Parador Costa da Morte
The impressive Parador Costa da Morte is the latest to join the Parador Network. A new building located in the Lourido Beach in Muxía, it lies a short distance away from Cape Fisterra, called “the world’s end” by the Romans, and the end of the natural extension of the St. James’ Way. Its contemporary architecture was designed so that guests could enjoy the surroundings from all the spaces in the Parador, with spectacular views of the sea.
The Parador is designed in line with the natural orography of the site with terraces on the hillside, thus drawing attention to caring for the environment and respect for its surroundings. The unevenness of the terrain has been bridged by two new panoramic lifts that move diagonally.
During your stay at the Parador, you’ll discover a breath-taking natural setting with amazing views of the cliffs and stunning beaches where the sea has made an impact over the years, in addition to an extraordinary culinary heritage.
The interior of the Costa da Morte is an extension of its extraordinary landscape. The decoration of each room is inspired by organic shapes, stones and vegetation. Timeless, simple designs that transmit wellbeing and tranquillity. The materials used are the same types of stone and wood used to build the Parador’s structure, respecting the neutral, warm tones that are part of the architecture.
Its integration with its surroundings is the hallmark of this Parador which looks directly onto the sea. All of its rooms have a path leading to the coast, and its restaurant, bar and café share the impressive ocean views. The spa and its glass-walled pool overlooking Lourido beach are also worth a special mention.
Rooms to dream about
The rooms at Paradores combine design and modern services to perfection. In each room you can enjoy the comfort and elegance of the design and furnishings, and the best views in destinations you will want to return to again and again.
All the comforts you need
Conferences and meetings
Breakfast in the room
Minibar with a carefully selected selection of products
Flat screen TV
Heated swimming pool
Seasonal swimming pool
Laundry and ironing service
Work area with internet access
The best regional cuisine in unique spaces
Paradores offers the exclusive experience of enjoying regional, local and local cuisine in unique spaces. Our cuisine is strongly linked to the places where the 98 hotels are located, presenting the best gastronomy from the different Spanish regions. Pioneers in local cuisine, we have reinforced our commitment to local products in search of the best raw material and reaffirming our commitment to sustainability.
Advanced reservations are required for the circuit and the treatments. The SPA is in the access plaza, with excellent views to the sea, and it is for both internal and external use.
Situated in a unique enclave between nature and the sea, Muxía lets you enjoy the beautiful beaches in the area, as well as the many routes and places of interest nearby. The Parador also houses an interesting collection of Galician art reminiscent of its rich artisanal tradition, and another of historical and modern photographs. Some images were taken by renowned 20th-century Galician photographers such as Ramón Camaño, José Suárez, Manuel Ferrol, José Vidal and Virxilio Vieitez. There are also contemporary photographers: Manuel Zendón and Xurso Lobato, the author of the iconic image of the sinking of the Prestige.
Paradores has also acquired the works of two outstanding contemporary sculptors: Francisco Leiro and Álvaro de la Vega who hold exhibitions in Costa da Morte. The library has plenty of Galician literature, including the works of writers from the so-called Costa da Morte Literary Battalion movement. The famous embroidery of Camariñas and the pottery of Buños are also represented -in their most contemporary versions- in the building’s decor.
In Muxía you will find the mythical Sanctuary of the Virgen da Barca, a place where you can discover many of the secrets hidden in the famous St. James’ Way. This is also where you can visit the impressive 40-metre high Ézaro waterfall. The only waterfall in continental Europe that flows directly into the sea. Nearby is the town of Carnota, where you can visit one of the largest granaries or hórreos in the world, around 35 metres in length.
You can also visit the Cabo Vilán lighthouse, the Praia de Nemiña beach, the famous Meigha Lirea route and the Sanctuary of the Virgen da Barca. And if you want to go further afield, Santiago de Compostela is 73 km away, and a little ahead, 90 km away, is A Coruña.