From the heights of Estaca de Bares, home to the northernmost lighthouse on the Iberian Peninsula, one hundred kilometres of coast burst with natural wonders along the shore, from the tranquil landscapes of the ría do Barquiero (Barquiero estuary), presided over by the bench at the Mirador de O Coitelo (O Coitelo Lookout), to the majesty of the Praia das Catedrais (Cathedrals Beach) or the estuario del Eo (Eo estuary). Heading inland, our path follows that of the pilgrims heading towards Santiago de Compostela along the Northern Route, where you can discover some artistic treasures and sample the extraordinary local cuisine. Along the western part of the coast near O Vicedo, a standout is Xilloi beach. Arealonga , in Foz, features a Celtic fort. A small isthmus can be found between As Cubelas, in Cervo, and Viveiro, capital of the Western Mariña, and surrounded by the largest estuary in the Cantabrian Sea. Its artistic offerings include the Puerta de Carlos V, as well as one of the most important rock music festivals in Europe, Resurrection Fest, held in July. But one of the biggest attractions here, without a doubt, is Holy Week (Semana Santa), a festival named as one of International Touristic Interest. The beautiful Souto da Reorta is also a highlight, believed to be the oldest eucalyptus trees in Galicia. We then recommend spending the night in San Cibrao, where you can enjoy several water sports, of which diving is the most popular.