Camino from Santiago to Fisterra extension to Muxía
This Camino from Santiago to Fisterra extension to Muxía is an epilogue of the Jacobean route. It leaves directly from Santiago in the direction of Fisterra, specifically to Cape Fisterra.
This point was long considered the end of the world. Some pilgrims choose to do the section in reverse. The signage throughout the tour is good. More and more people want to live this experience and it is gaining popularity, so the City Council of Fisterra has created the “Fisterrana”, which is obtained by showing the duly stamped credential. In any case, please do not forget that this certificate is not official.
This stage is two-way. Some, like us, are going to Muxía, but many others are heading towards Finisterre, that is why there are signs in both directions. There are those who prefer to do the kilometers that make up this Camino in one go. In this case we divide the section in two, which makes it much more enjoyable and bearable and allows you to enjoy the experience more without getting too tired.
As is the case on the Camino a Fisterra, pilgrims who continue to Muxía can obtain the “Muxiana”, a document that certifies the pilgrimage up to this point. Although it is not official, it is a good memory to take home and remind us of this beautiful experience.