The Camino de Santiago embraces one of the oldest, most popular and busiest routes in the world. People of all ages and different nationalities seek the most suitable routes to reach the Plaza del Obradoiro and therefore the Cathedral. However, for the more adventurous pilgrims looking for a final challenge, they can end their journey in one of the most magical places in Galicia: Finisterre.
Also known as the "End of the World", Finisterre is one of the must-see tourist attractions, regardless of whether or not we have achieved the Compostela. The town hides countless legends and treasures, with the Ézaro waterfall being one of the most spectacular natural wonders to be found in the iconic municipality.
The Jallas River merges with the sea at the Ézaro waterfall, providing a visual spectacle like no other. This natural wonder is located in Dumbría, in the province of La Coruña, and although you can enjoy a fantastic panoramic view at any time of the year, it is recommended to visit the enclave during the winter, when the flow is much more abundant thanks to the continuous rainfall.
The Ézaro waterfall is, in short, another of those many hidden gems in Galicia that are well worth a visit. In addition, we can visit the area by kayak to be at the foot of the waterfall, or enjoy all the views from its viewpoint.
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