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Priscillian

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Frances 1999, Aragones 2000, Desde Le Puy 2002, Portuguese 2009, hoping RDLP 2014
Yes, you transfer in Cee, but it´s pretty painless. Bus timetables are likely to change in May so make sure that the info you get is up-to-date. (And of course, if you have the time, do walk. It has been described to me many times as one of the best days on the Camino. It´s 29 klms.)
 

formysons

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Roncesvalles - Santiago 2009; Portuguese, Ingles, Finesterre and Muxia - 2019.
If I want to walk from Finisterre to Muxia can I do it in two days, I want to do a slow walk to appreciate everything on the way, so will need an albergue after about 16km ??
 

Priscillian

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Frances 1999, Aragones 2000, Desde Le Puy 2002, Portuguese 2009, hoping RDLP 2014
Rural hotels and a hostal in Lires and if you walk a bit further on Casa de Trillo in Santa Mariña is highly recommended. Jesus and Rosa have long standing connections to the Amigos del Camino in Galicia.
 
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Lires makes a great staging point between Fisterra and Muxia, though we were walking the other way. The Hostal is very pilgrim friendly, as is the bar on the headland above the bay on the "alternative" route.
 

DamianG

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French Camino 2016, Finisterre and Muxia
If I want to walk from Finisterre to Muxia can I do it in two days, I want to do a slow walk to appreciate everything on the way, so will need an albergue after about 16km ??
Its a relatively easy one day walk so taking two days will give you ample time to appreciate the way. There are facilities along the way, as detailed by other respondents. Cheers.
 

C clearly

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Most years since 2012. Hoping now for 2022.
This thread is old, and any information addressing the original questions about bus transport would be out-of-date, so I will close the thread to further replies.
 
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