Camino de Santiago - Day 30

Cape Finisterre, with it's famed lighthouse is one of the most recognized landmarks in all of Galicia. For peregrinos, it is the end of a long walk - 880 km - if beginning the Camino in Roncesvalles. Because the northwest coastline of Galicia is rough, jagged, and treacherous - it is known as Costa da Morte, the Coast of Death. Many vessels from ancient times to the present are resting on the floor of the Atlantic, along with lives lost multiplied many times more. At one time, this was considered the end of the earth... and it feels a little like that as you look out to the sea...