Scuba diving courses certified by PADI
A center created to enjoy the sea and seabed, discovering its immense biodiversity in Finisterre, the end of the world.
We manage the accommodation in Fisterra hotels offer special rates with dives.
Buceo Finisterre can help you to plan and prepare your next trip to Finistère
Dive into a sea with a surprising biodiversity. Enjoy the many opportunities for recreation and tourism in Finisterre
Its name comes from latin finis terrae, end of the world; and it's also the final point of the Camino de Santiago.
Fisterra is located in the Cape Finisterre, that it was declared European Heritage in 2007 by its rugged landscapes and breathtaking beach.
It's the most important lighthouse in Costa da Morte. Its light drives ships on these dangerous waters.
After Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, it's the most visited place in Galicia.
Finisterre is surrounded by beaches, some with great surfing strong waves, and others with calm, clear waters.
The Camino de Santiago to Finisterre, passing Muxía, It is a kind of epilogue divided into four stages that pilgrims venture to undertake after visiting the Apostle to see themselves the "end of the world".
This fort was built in the eighteenth century in order to defend the coast from attacks by foreign vessels
Nowadays, it's a museum that shows fishing evolution through time.
In this building, the fish coming from the sea is auctioned and the visitants can see how this first sale is made.