We took an evening trip to Cabo Fisterra which is a is a rock-bound peninsula on the west coast of Galicia – and also the end point of the Camino de Santiago, where pilgrims would burn their clothes after the long journey.
In Roman times it was believed to be the end of the known world.
It was a good idea to come “early” for the sunset, as the places on the rocks filled up with people quickly. All in all a bit disturbed by a German girl who had to tell her life story, really loud and clear for about an hour. But if you managed to block her out, it was an impressive scene.