Cooking at the end of the world
The indomitable ocean that has shaped this rugged coastline over time is the source of a unique gastronomic heritage from which the Parador Costa da Morte draws. Fish and seafood nourish the cookers where local gastronomy and traditional recipes are combined.
A gastronomic viewpoint over the Atlantic Ocean
The restaurant Nosa Señora da Barca of the Parador de Costa da Morte is a unique location with a terrace with amazing views of the Lourido beach where gastronomy and nature go hand in hand. Its menu features fish and seafood from the fish market, regional cheeses and precious meats such as Galician Ternera Rubia.
Type of kitchen
Barnacles from Muxía, Longueiróns (bivalve mollusc similar to the common razor shell) from Fisterra, Rice with lobster, Skate Caldeirada (stew), Sea bass in salt and Kid’s shoulder.
A magnificent balcony at the world’s end
The integration within its surroundings is at the core of this Parador's identity. Its design in terraces is focused on environmental respect, adapting itself to the natural orography with two innovative, panoramic lifts which move diagonally.
Here, every room looks towards the coast and has impressive views of the sea, while its spectacular infinity swimming pool merges itself with the Atlantic Ocean thanks to its glass walls. Additionally, the Parador hosts an artistic collection of its own, an exclusive display of sculptures and photographies closely linked the the livelihood, landscape, history and culture of Galicia.