15 September 2015: We’re on the final day of our organised tour and have arrived at a place called Fisterre. The name derives from Finis Terre, or end of the world, as at one time this was considered the most westerly point of the world.
I relive last year’s fantastic holiday by bringing posts over from the trip blog. This doesn’t aim to be identical to the trip blog, but an improvement, with text edits and more / better photos. Find all these posts under the tag: Spain2015.
We’ve had an excellent seafood dinner: for me sea bass and boiled potatoes, for Deb, crab and squid.
It’s a tiny and remote fishing village so below are photos around the harbour. Along the way we stopped at an amazing little spot called Río Ézaro where we could see wind turbines on the ridge, large pipes bringing water to a hydroelectric power station, a museum of electricity and a beautiful waterfall. At night it must be wonderful as they have lights set up all around.
The scenery there was of stunning boulders. It was all just beautiful.
Watch a 17 second video of the waterfall.