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 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.