Concello de Dumbría

Without a doubt, the greatest support for Gran Fondo Ézaro has to carry out. Dumbría is a small town on the Costa da Morte that has about 3,000 inhabitants. Of exceptional landscape beauty, the Xallas River Waterfall or the Mirador do Ézaro are two tourist attractions that attract thousands of people every year.

Concello de Carnota

Another council with an incalculable landscape value, the well-known beach of Carnota, a sandy beach 7 kilometers long (the largest in Spain) and the Caldebarcos Marshes are a must visit. In this edition, the route will run in two directions through this municipality. At the beginning of the race, enjoying the views of the Fisterra Lighthouse and the Atlantic Ocean, and also looking for the end of the stage, bordering the border with the municipality of Mazaricos in the direction of Monte Pindo.

Concello de Muros

The southernmost town hall where the test runs. Of about 8,700 inhabitants, it is a town with a high fishing and seafood tradition.

Concello de Outes

Outes is a place embraced by the sea and the mountains, where every corner shows us a space carved by generations of farmers and sailors over the centuries.

From its summits we have the best views of the valleys, rivers and the coastal area that adorns the entire territory of the municipality.

Concello de Mazaricos

Eminently livestock, Mazaricos is a municipality that stands out for having some natural areas to explore and an infrastructure for rural tourism in constant growth. A detail that helps to be part of the extension of the Camino de Santiago to Fisterra and Muxía.

Concello de Cee

With a population of about 7,000 inhabitants, the peloton will skirt this municipality and, after a steep descent, head for the last climb before reaching the foot of the pass in O Ézaro.

Concello de Muxía

A town full of history, the Sanctuary of Virxe da Barca, Cabo Touriñán or the beach of Lourido are three points of interest that will undoubtedly make your visit to the Costa da Morte more unforgettable.

Concello de Vimianzo

Rich in archaeological elements of megalithism, it stands out as one of the places with the highest concentration of dolmens and burial mounds throughout Galicia. In addition, in its territory you can see some of the most unique and characteristic, such as Pedra Cuberta where Georg Leisner located the first cave paintings in a peninsular northwest dolmen. A tourist route is developed throughout the municipal territory to visit different prehistoric monuments.

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