harbour (10 m) you see on the opposite shore of the cove the
building of "Almacenes Pescadores".
Take the concrete way on your right to this building and continue along
the shore on a
walkway uphill, pass a lookout spot (4min) (15 m), to the tip of
the breakwater, where the walkway ends (9min) (10 m). From this point
starts a grassy
Soon the path turns into a
When it forks (18min) (25 m), go left. From the
cape of Coutiellas
(24min) (20 m) you see a long stretch of the rugged
The track turns into a path that leads to the
cape of Picón
(30min) (25 m).
After crossing a
you walk across the stony shore of the
Asteiro cove and
come to a track (40min) (25 m), which you follow to the left. In a
couple of minutes you turn right to a grassy field with a narrow path
running along its edge. Later you see a large stony
cove of Canares
below (46min) (20 m).
The path turns into a track (49min) (20 m). When you come to a
junction (51min) (25 m), turn left. The track bends left and turns into
a path on the
cliffs. Later the path draws away from the
shore (1h11min) (40 m) and turns into a track.
At the next junction (1h16min) (50 m), you go left again. Once more
the track turns into a
Soon after that you encounter wooden steps on your left (1h25min) (55 m).
descend to the
Barayo (1h33min) (5 m). The
Climb the steps back up and return to the junction (1h48min) (50 m),
where you keep straight ahead following the
sign for "Vigo".
In Vigo (1h54min) (65 m), you follow the road through the village to a
junction (1h57min) (65 m), where you turn right.
At the next junction (2h02min) (45 m), turn left. The road bends right
and comes by a fountain to the highway. Later you branch off right to a
track (2h08min) (45 m). At the following junction (2h15min) (25 m) turn left and follow the
already familiar route back to Puerto de Vega (2h40min).