Cape Finisterre is a rock-bound peninsula on the west coast of Galicia, Spain.
The sine determined by the Finisterre and the tip of Our Lady of Remedies, can be called Gulf or Finisterre Bay or perhaps better of the Pindo, by the grave and beautiful testa of this symbolic mountain, which from the center of the curve and in imposing fallen on the coast, presides and centers its horizons. To this bosom no great valley flows, only a simple estuary scheme is drawn in it, the outer beaches reach great development and the course of the Xallas, precipitated in cascade, does not establish just an estuary beginning.The Finisterre bay itself is decorated, decorated by the beaches of Langosteira and Sardiñeiro, in front of that of the fixed dunes of Duyo, the Corcubión and Cée estuary, with simple shapes and mouth determined by the Galera point, the Pindo area with beaches of berde in front of which the two Lobeiras islets rise and the fall of the Xallas river between the Ezaro and Pindo itself, in a landscape of great deployment of the river and ocean dynamics in struggle with the powerful resistance of the mountain rock said, and the semi-moon beaches of Carnota and Lira, supported by the tips of Caldebarcos and Nuestra Señora de los Remedios and drawn isochronously by small currents. Otero, Pedrayo, R ,. (1980). Guide of Galicia. Vigo Ed: Galaxy.
Estrada do Faro 15155 Fisterra (A Coruña)