Cabana de Bergantiños is a town located in the province of A Coruña, in Galicia. Located at the bottom of the Corme y Laxe estuary, its original name was Cesullas, a parish where the village of Cabana is located. However, they modified it and established the name that it currently owns "Cabana de Bergantiños", stemming from the existence of cabanas in the area.
It is a coastal town located 300 meters above the sea, and made up of 10 parish entities: Anos, Borneiro, Canduas, Cesullas, Corcoesto, Cundíns, O Esto, Nantón, Riobó and A Silvarredonda. This coastal complex has a population of around 5,050 inhabitants, which extend over approximately 101 kilometers.
Cabana de Bergantiños offers a wide heritage site to all visitors. The prehistoric and medieval vestiges stand out, in addition to all the natural value of the environment and the relief of its coast.
In the municipality of Cabana de Bergantiños you can enjoy the O Carme de Briño pilgrimage, held every July 18. At present, it is the best festival in the Borneiro parish, in honor of San Xoán. Also from the San Fins de Castro pilgrimage, known for its traditional Dried Cress, one of the most anticipated events during the festival. This pilgrimage is one of the most famous on the Costa da Morte, as it is an example of devotion and fun. El Berro Seco consists of repeating three times in a row the liberating cry directed by the parish priest of Cesullas, according to tradition, also used by the castreños of all the people of Cabanes.
You can get to Cabana de Bergantiños by bus, train, taxi or car. If you want to do it by bus, you can choose the different companies that go to the municipality (Transporte de Galicia, Arriva and Monbus). If you prefer to do it by train, Renfe is an option. The closest train station to Cabana de Bergantiños is the A Coruña medium and long distance station, located 48.48 kilometers from the municipality. By road, you can access the municipality by the AP-9 and AG-55.
Following the Camino de Finisterre and Muxía, you will arrive at Cabana de Bergantiños. One of the most successful routes due to its beautiful itinerary along the coast. Once you arrive at the destination, the Cathedral of Santiago, the Way to FInisterre and Muxía is an excellent option if you still have time. It is the only route with origin in Santiago, where you will find places of great symbolism and Jacobean connections.
If you are traveling on the Camino de Santiago or are planning to do so soon, you should know that the distance separating Cabana de Bergantiños from Santiago de Compostela is 55 kilometers.
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