End of The Way
If Galicia is crossed by pilgrimage routes to Santiago by all of its sides, it is towards its impressive coast where the End of the Way is heading, the last steps of those paths that built Europe through the centuries. Because the pilgrimage to Santiago is not complete without reaching the ‘end of the earth’ and its this end wich we want to enjoy by bicycle.
Scenario of historical shipwrecks, the people of Costa da Morte have witnessed the fury of the sea for centuries. Its geographical orientation, open to the Atlantic, its rock formation and the harsh climate have made this region a legendary place, where enjoy the contrast of its dangerous sea, full of shipwrecks, with the overwhelming beauty of its landscapes.
This is the unique scenario in which takes place this event, that focuses its essence on the Ézaro Waterfall, where the Xallas River flows directly into the sea with a 40-meter waterfall unique in Europe. The violence of the fall of the water leads to the crystalline waters of the cove that flows into the Atlantic.