This was the last stop on our adventure along the Costa de Morte - and it's definitely worth visiting. It's a naturally wild and beautiful spot (I liked it better than Finisterre). Interesting history and lots of stories and legends. This place also seems prone to disasters (ship wrecks, the oil spill, and now the church being struck by lightning last December) which gives it an eerie and mysterious feeling. Walk up the hill behind the church for a beautiful view of the coastline.
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