The Finisterre Way (or Camino de Finisterre) is considered to be an extension of the Camino walk, from Santiago de Compostela to Finisterre or Muxía. It is the only Jacobean route that starts in Santiago de Compostela.
The Romans believed that Finisterre was the End of the World, and the easternmost point of Europe. Both the Romans and Celts used to contemplate the sunset from the Cape Finisterre, as a sort of ritual. Nowadays, all those pilgrims coming from all over the world follow the same rituals, and contemplate the sundown, same as our ancestors.