If you have walked a long time on one of the inland Caminos it is really great getting to see the ocean ahead of you in the distance when going to Finisterre first. I haven't walked directly from SdC to Muxia but I don't think you get that preview.does one walk to Finisterre first or Muxia first?
Hi, JudiAnne,What is the weather usually like walking this route in mid October? And does one walk to Finisterre first or Muxia first?
Typically it is a three day hike. It took us four days.Typically it is a three day walk from Santiago to either Finisterre or Muxia and one day between those two though you can stop in Liraes in between. There are more places to stop now than there used to be so you can take longer. Bus service is better to and from Finisterre than Muxia.
The tourist office in Santiago has a handout for the walk to Finisterre/ Muxia (free in 2015.) There is a PDF version online at:
http://www.caminodesantiago.gal/documents/17639/155453/Fisterra Muxía - Plano - EN.pdf?version=1.0
That's so very individual. I 've walked Fisterra 3 times ans Muxia 1. I think Muxia and then (through Lires) would be the best. First reason is that Fisterra has much better bus connections with Santiago and second reason might be that 4 stages to Muxia are very much of the same length.
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