We will begin today´s walk after a quick transfer to the small village of Martineto, in the middle of the woods, strolling along a quiet path towards the coastline descending to the beautiful small Playa Moreira beach towards the Cabo de Touriñán with it´s beautiful views of the open Atlantic Ocean. Continuing on we will cross the village of Touriñán and the Coido das Negras (famous for it´s dangerous rock barriers where many shipwrecks took place) and down to the little village and beach of Nemiña where we will take our transfer back to our hotel at Muxía.
At Muxía we can visit the Santa María church and we can ascend to Monte Corpiño from where you have a wonderful sight of the lighthouse and the Ría das Camariñas. Following the track to the lighthouse we will find the Virxe da Barca Sanctuary (famous pilgrimage ends here to visit the sanctuary). It is said that Santiago (Saint James) had a visit from the virgin to encourage him to reconquer this area for the Christians.
In the evening, we can stroll along the Paseo de la Memoria (Pathway of Memory) that takes us along the way to the Monumento da Ferida (Monument of the Wound) in memory of the oil spill of the Prestige in 2002. It is a monument for the voluntaries that arrived from all over Spain to clean the beaches and help save the wounded wildlife, they were known as the “White tide” (as they wore white protection clothes).