This was the first of many weekend we spent on the road camping in Galicia. We ended up doing this ritually every weekend i was there, and look forward to doing it when im back.
Finisterre, the name derives from Latin meaning 'Lands end' and there is still a misconception that this is the most western point of continental Europe, rather it is Cabo de Roca in Portugal. None the less it holds incredible 360 degrees views and proved to be a great place to camp for the night. Although we nearly rolled our hire car of the side of a mountain while searching for a camping spot. I was directing Chay back and the land gave way and the front right tyre of the car was completely hanging over the side of the road. Some how we got it out after pilling up a mountain of rocks and firewood under the jacked tyre.
On the sunday we followed 'Costa de la Muerte' (Death Coast) down to Rias Baixas, the views and countryside was incredible! We swum on an empty, clean, white, crystal sand, clear-watered beach and then headed to 'Santiago de Compestela' to have a wonder around and eat some dinner.