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Oliverioa to Muxia then Finisterra

handzondeck2

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Hi all is the way to Muxia well marked from the Finisterra/Muxia signpost out of Hospital? I would like to do the route then go to Finisterra and return to Santiago de Compostela by foot. Last time I did the reverse from Finisterra to Muxia then Oliveroa and lost my way as some of the marking wasn't that good. So back to my original question - is the way to Muxia well marked? Sharon
 
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Deirdre

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Hi Sharon,
I walked that route on Aug of 2008 alone and found it to be very well marked. There was only one small place near the lake before Olveiroa where I got a little confused, but it was near a town and I soon found the markers very well. And I might have been so enthralled with the scenery that I missed the markers!
Buen Camino,
 

JohnnieWalker

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Hola - yes, I agree. This is exactly the way I did that route. I felt it made sense to walk to Muxia first from Hospital then round to Finisterre. I thought the route was lovely and well way marked.
 

handzondeck2

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Thanks. i'm walking the Camino Portugues with my 12yr old nephew and we are then walking onto Finisterra via Muxia. :D
 

handzondeck2

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Thanks all,

I'm sure my 12yr old nephew will enjoy the scenery and experience :D
 
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