Muxía (Galician pronunciation: [mu.ˈʃi.a]) is a coastal town and municipality in the province of A Coruña in the autonomous community of Galicia in northwestern Spain. It belongs to the comarca of Finisterre. It is one of the final destinations for pilgrims on the Way of St. James after visiting the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in Santiago de Compostela. Muxía is known for its spectacular beaches. It has an active fishing industry. Muxía is part of the 'Costa da Morte' or 'Costa de la Muerte' (i.e., the "Coast of Death"). The Costa Da Morte was given this name because of the large number of shipwrecks along its rocky shore. The Costa Da Morte is one of the three regions of the Costa del Marisco, or "The Seafood Coast." Muxía is 3 kilometers from a famous Benedictine monastery that is now used as a church, the Church of San Xulián de Moraime. The name of the town, "Muxía", refers to the monks who established this monastery. Another famous church in the area is the Santuario da Virxe da Barca which stands on a rocky ridge above the surf. There are several locations along the Costa da Morte that have a "pedra de abalar", (i.e., an "oscillating stone"), or rocking stone. One of these is in Muxía, the "Pedra da Barca". These are large stones that are balanced on a point, so that they can be moved back and forth easily, or even wiggle in response to the wind. These were used at one time to determine the guilt or innocence of those accused of serious crimes. There was a serious oil spill involving the oil tanker "Prestige" along the Muxía part of the coast in November, 2002, leaking about 70,000 gallons of oil into the Atlantic.
Albergue da Costa offers private and shared rooms, a shared garden, a terrace with sea views and free WiFi throughout in Muxía. The beach is 800 metres away.
Albergue Arribada is a hostel offering accommodation in Muxia. This hostel offers free WiFi. The accommodation features a shared kitchen and a shared lounge for guests.
Muxia Mare in Muxia features accommodation with a shared lounge. All rooms boast a kitchenette and a shared bathroom. The accommodation offers a shared kitchen and free WiFi throughout the property.
Albergue Bela Muxia, a hostel, is a property located in Muxia. Free WiFi is available. Finist
Featuring free WiFi, Albergue @ Muxia offers accommodation in Muxia, 22 km from Finisterre. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
Nice funky place and relaxed atmosphere. The hosts were very welcoming and I I felt very comfortable here.
A de Loló - Hotel de Encanto is a centrally located design hotel, 100 metres from Muxía Marina. It features a sun terrace and offers free Wi-Fi and free parking nearby.
Set on Playa de la Cruz Beach, 500 metres from the centre of Muxia, Hostal La Cruz offers a free Wi-Fi zone and free parking.
Located 22 km from Finisterre, Apartments Sambad offers accommodation in Muxia. Guests benefit from terrace and have direct access to the promenade.
This charming guest house is located in A Baiuca, on the beautiful Costa da Morte. The nearest beach is 400 metres away and the town of Muxía is 10 minutes’ walk of the property.
Set in a restored fishing stone house, Apartamentos Praia do Capitàn offers apartments within 5 minutes’ walk of both Muxia fishing port and Santuario Virxe da Barca. Free WiFi is provided.
Set in Muxia, Pensión Rustica Alemana offers accommodation with private terrace. The property boasts 2 balconies, as well as a bar. Guests can enjoy sea views. Free parking is available 100 metres from the property.
Piso en el centro de Muxía/Flat in Muxía's centre is an apartment situated in Muxia. Guests have a private balcony. Finisterre is 22 km
Apartamento Coído is an apartment located in Muxia. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a fully equipped kitchen. If you would like to discover the area, hiking is possible in the surroundings. Finisterre i