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Choosing between Corcubion and Cee for your stay: Any recommendations for accommodations?

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Which of these places would be your choice to stay? Any recommendations for accommodations? Thanks

Both are so close to each other that you could easily do an afternoonstroll between both.
I stayed at a pension right between the two. Perfect.

 
Walking west across the rolling hills above Cee you first glimpse the distant sea. Near-by is the simple, welcoming albergue at San Roque/Corcubion. >>

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In the dark from their dorm window when you see the lighthouse beacon at Finisterre shining on the silver sea it is magical.
It is a great stop before the nrxt day's walk along the beach into Finisterre and kilometer 0. GO!!
 
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When we walked to Fisterra, we stayed in Corbubion at the Hotel Praia de Quenxe. Right on the water with a great view of the harbor, but it was a bit isolated. Although breakfast was included, we did have to walk back toward Cee to find a place for dinner. If we were to do it again, we’d probably stay in Cee. More of a town atmosphere with more budget accommodation offerings and a bigger choice of eateries. Downtown Cee seemed quite pleasant.
 
If you're looking for a lovely pension, I've stayed at Casa Balea three times in Corcubion. Highly recommend. Beautiful views out to sea and wonderful rooms.
 
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We stayed at the 14 bed tiny albergue at Cee. A good staging post.
 
Which of these places would be your choice to stay? Any recommendations for accommodations? Thanks
I've only stayed at the albergue in Cee. Nice place. At the side of the bus station there is a sort indoor shopping area with a supermercado. In front of the supermercado (but still indoors) is a bakery counter that had THE BEST pan au chocolat--and I am VERY particular when it comes to my chocolate!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Both are so close to each other that you could easily do an afternoonstroll between both.
I stayed at a pension right between the two. Perfect.


Yet another vote for Pensión Beiramar. It's on the "far" side of Cee coming into town, so an easy walk to Corcurbion the next morning. The view from my room was pretty spectacular.

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It was the 14 bed albergue in Corcubion that we stayed at in 2016 not Cee.
 

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