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Santiago - Fisterra - Muxia - La Coruna

astonjd

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Hello - I start from St Jean on 14 September and had planned to take it fairly steady, have booked a flight home from La Coruna on 24 October. I know there is a bus from Santiago to La Coruna.

However, I am now thinking I might manage to walk to Fisterra and Muxia, if I keep a reasonable pace. Is there a bus from Muxia to La Coruna? I think there is one from Muxia to Santiago, I know there is one from Fisterra to Santiago (if I head for Muxia first, then Fisterra). However, it seems a bit daft to take that when I have to depart from Santiago to La Coruna probably almost immediately after.

Does anyone have any information, please? Many thanks
 
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Priscillian

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This just caught my eye and I thought it worth commenting. There is one direct bus from Muxia to A Coruna and there is one which drops you off on the main Cee - Coruna road and from there buses are frequent. There are more from Fisterre and several from Cee.
What I DID want to suggest - to anyone who just can't stopping walking and has plenty of time - is that you consider WALKING to A Coruna! There is a direct trail all along the Costa da Morte some of which I shall be waymarking to the Little Fox. It consists of Yellow and White parallel markers. Almost all is coastal and along the cliffs and beaches. I have walked bits of it and it is simply ESTUPENDO! You would pass through Ponte do Porto which was the original landing for Muxia from the sea (Ria de Camarinas). I would be very happy to help you in any way I can, and of course, would love to meet you here at The Little Fox House in Carantona (2.1 klms from Ponte) should you wish to chill for a few days.
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Joanne,
If you consider taking the Santiago, Muxia, Fisterra route there is a bus from Fisterra to A Coruna at 15:45 daily (except Domingos & Festivos) arrives in Coruna about 19:00.

Tracy,
Love your suggestion! I'll be back in Galicia in the autumn and now I'm looking at ways to stretch my available time.
 
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Josefine

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Priscillian, yes!! I would love to do that! Great idea! Once your in Muxia you just don't want to stop walking.
Josefine
 

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Josefine

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Francés Primitivo Aragonés/Francés, Portugues Fisterra/Muxia Norte San Salvador Via Gebennesis
Yes you are lucky, I'll be in Galicia at the beginning of July and I just might turn up to hear your stories ;). Today I'll make a long walk in sunny Stockholm just trying to get in shape, on Thursday I start my next Camino from from Somport so I AM LUCKY TOO !! :D
 

BrendanV

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I too am walking to Fisterra and then flying out of La Coruna (direct service to Heathrow is handy). Unfortunately, not enough time to walk!

If I am am reading this correctly, (my Spanish is quite poor) there are several buses a weekday from Fisterra to La Coruna:

http://www.autocaresvazquez.net/lin...=5&laborable=1&noitebus=0&consultar=Consultar

Depart: Arrive:
7.15 9.20
7.50 10.15
11.10 13.05
13.55 15.50
14.45 18.50

All for the reasonable fare of 13.30euros.

Has any one used this service by vazquez?
 
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Priscillian

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You can take the same bus to BAIO and then get off and change for Santiago. The bus goes via Zas and Santa Comba and is about 6.50 if I remember right.
 

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