They say that Finisterre is the end of every path and the destiny of every pilgrim who makes the Way. The path of Olveiroa up until Dumbria put us on the doorstep of the beautiful Muxia, to go to the Finis Terrae the beautiful trails, forests, rivers and the Atlantic Ocean in one of its most beautiful and wild coasts.
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Spaces combined with the mysterious halo, religious, romantic and cosmopolitan modernity in Obradoiro Square. The happy pilgrim discovers a stone city obscured by the passage of time and the persistent rain. The cathedral represents the culmination of the Way and in it lies the Apostle.
The beautiful and sublime Portico of La Gloria, Romanesque building erected by Maestro Mateo and completed in 1188..
It is located on the facade Praterías. It is a filigranero set of three arches, the gifted center mullion, varied iconography taken from the Apocalypse of St. John.
Near the village is the chapel of St. Lucia. The fountain at the entrance has "miraculous" properties for vision problems and is it normal, during the pilgrimage, to soak a handkerchief, rubbing your eyes with it, and tie it to one of the bars of the chapel.
The first document that remains of this temple dates back to 1544, although the foundation of the first chapel, dedicated to the Virgin, has to be much older. The present church has a Latin crucifix, measuring 33 m. long by 19 wide, on the cross. Its style is baroque and has similarities with the other existing temples in Galicia.
No document testifies the exact date of its foundation. It received the status of villa on 1345, and apparently its origin is linked to the monastery of San Xulián of Moraime and the Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Barca.
It was declared in 2007 as a European Heritage site. The lighthouse was built in 1853. The lighthouse tower, stone, is the octagonal base, and finishes in a mantel on which rests the balcony
Above is the dome with a polygonal lantern. The tower is 17 meters and its light, situated at 143 meters above sea level, reaches more than 30 nautical miles.