Malpica to Praia de Niñóns
According to most of the guides on this route, everyone should start in the municipality of Malpica, explore this typical seaside town a bit and prepare to leave early in the morning if they want to make the most of the day. When you are ready, you must go along the entire coast passing through the Seaia beach, and make a short stop at the San Adrián viewpoint to have a panoramic view of almost the entire municipality.
Then, wait for a long road where you will have to go through Beo, cross a river to reach Seiruga beach, walk to Barizo port, and finally reach the Punta Nariga Lighthouse. This lighthouse you can appreciate a sight that is worth seeing at least once in your life and you can feel proud of the path you had to travel to get there.
However, this does not end here because you have to walk a little further until you reach Playa de Niñóns and end the day in this place.
Praia de Niñóns to the municipality of Ponteceso
After spending a comfortable night in Niñóns, it is recommended to start the route to reach the beach of Santa Mariña, Playa da Barda, go through the difficult part of the Costa de Tremosa and approach the next lighthouse from the village of Roncudo. In this lighthouse you can see a very different perspective than the previous one, not only because it seems to be taken from a Hollywood movie, but also because here are the barnacles that are in charge of fighting against the sea to earn a living.
When you finish admiring this imposing lighthouse, be sure to enjoy the road to Corme-Porto, stock up in this fishing village if you have the opportunity; and then go through the beaches of Rio Covo, Balarés, Praia do Medio, ending in Ponteceso to spend the night and rest for another day on the road.
Ponteceso to Villa LaxeIf at this point you thought that everything was beach and coast, you are wrong. After spending a night in Ponteceso, it is time to go to Cabana, which is to the south, reach Urixeira beach, take the Anllóns path, walk through the old streets of A Telleira observing the fishing history of the place, and quickly arrive at So Grelas. Then, you should take a tour to Dolmen de Dombate (you can get to Torres dos Allo if you have a lot of time), take a detour to Fontefría, go up Monte Castelo to admire the masterpiece that nature has made, go down to Toboído, and head towards Punta de Canduas until you reach Rebordelo beach. After this long journey, you just need to follow the coast until you reach Laxe beach, stock up and recharge your batteries for another day.
Laxe to Arou
Of all the sections to do this long trail, this is the shortest and easiest to walk. The lighthouse is a few kilometers from the port of Laxe, and the route to take to get there is quite intuitive. Upon reaching the lighthouse, you can feel proud that you walked almost a quarter of the route, you can enjoy several nearby attractions such as the Miradoiro Da Insua, or go to interesting beaches such as dos Cristais.
After having appreciated the first stop, you must take the route until you reach Furna de Soesto, arrive at Arnado beach, follow the path to Mordomo to take a short break. When replenishing your energy, there is only one route that will take you near Sabadelle until you reach the Camelle parish to enjoy its tourist attractions and walk a little more to complete the route in Arou.
Arou to Camariñas municipality
Before starting this path, you must be clear that it is not easy, the slopes and ascents are very steep, the landscapes never cease to amaze, and here you will find an answer to why it is called "Costa Da Morte". So remember to keep a good pace, don't get up late and don't give up on the road.
Early in the morning you must take the route that goes to the Enseada de San Ferreiro, continue along the Lobeiras beach, arrive at the Insua das Insuelas and make a mandatory stop at the port of Santa Mariña to contemplate the vast ocean. Leaving the port, you must go around Monte Branco along the coast, continue along the beach of thirteen, walk to the English cemetery to observe a minute of silence in his honor and discover the depths of the culture of Costa Da Morte.
From this point it only remains to walk along the coast in the direction of Balea beach, passing by the tourist attraction “The bench overlooking a most beautiful lighthouse in the world”, contemplate the Cabo Vilán Lighthouse, and continue along the entire coastline until you reach the last point, which is the municipality of Camariñas.
Camariñas to the Muxía municipality
Don't be scared when you see that this is the longest stretch of all, because the path is practically flat, easy to walk and there are more than 10 towns that you can visit while you take a break because it is a route of almost 32 km.
The first thing to do when leaving Camariñas is to go around Enseada Da Basa, enjoy the nearby restaurants if you want to eat something and follow the path to Ariño beach, which is next to the mouth of the Ría do Porto. Upon arrival, from surrounding this river following the route that leads to Tasaraño, Dor, Lugar Allo, A Ponte do Porto and Porto de Cereixo; Yes, it sounds like a long route, but each location makes it worth it.
When you get to Porto de Cereixo, you should look for a route towards Area Grande beach to get to Barreira beach, walk less than 1 km to see the lighthouse on the lake, and give yourself a few minutes of relaxation in the sea because a good part of the route.
In order not to go into great detail with the route, you just have to go south until you reach the town of Merexo, continue down to Os Muíños (if you have time to spare, do not miss the cultural attractions of Os Muíños) look for the path that leads to Chorente, and continue to the community of Muxía to end the day with a flourish.