Fisterra (Galician pronunciation: [fisˈtɛra], Spanish: Finisterre) is a municipality in the province of A Coruña, in the autonomous community of Galicia, Spain. It belongs to the comarca of Fisterra. Fisterra is on Cape Finisterre, the final destination for many pilgrims on the Way of St. James.
Things to do in Fisterra
4 based on 1 reviews
Visited for lunch, recommended by another Fisterra restaurant that was fully booked, and we loved this place. Lively beach front spot along a beautiful bay looking back at the rest of Galicia. Full of locals on this Saturday lunch.
Warm welcome and assistance ordering clams, barnacles, razor clams (a sublime local speciality), small and large scallops...all accompanied by local Albarino wines from Rias Baxias and delicious bread. The restaurant also serves wonderful looking whole fishes, but we have access to great snapper, grouper, sword and others here in FL. Not so with the shellfish...so that was our focus.
Very professional service and deliciously prepared food in a charming, clean and vibrant spot. Wish I could be there for lunch this Saturday, make that every Saturday!
4 based on 243 reviews
We were on honey moon last summer and luckily we got and hint of this fabulous restaurant by a local people. We spent a marvellous night eating a top level (per quantity and quality) "mariscada" and good wine suggested by the innkeeper. At the and...only 25€!!! The day after we had a look around and we see the same dish at 60€!!! No comment. So, dear pilgrims, should you find yourself weak and starving after having walked 800km to Santiago, I warmly suggest to you to visit "Don Percebe". You won't regret it! Buen camino caminantes!
4.5 based on 79 reviews
This is the best value and super fresh and tasty grilled big prawns I ever had. I didn't know what size of the prawns when i placed order. And I enjoyed the prawns very much as they were really fresh and meaty. It was indeed the best value and freshest super tasty grilled prawns i ever had - 6 huge sized prawns for 9 euro (45 ringgit malaysia). And the pimiento de padron were also really good and came in huge portion.
The staff were helpful and friendly.
Simple place but warm and comfortable dining experience.
Highly recommended if you like to eat prawns like I do.
4.5 based on 336 reviews
Market Kitchen Restaurant , product and Proximity. We work only local , fish , seafood, meat , organic vegetables products; We are located in an idyllic location , with the view across the Sea, the beach, the Monte Pindo , El Puerto de Finisterre, from the restaurant you can watch the fishing boats and different kinds of birds , hawks, blackbirds etc ...
This restaurant was a surprise (but a very good one). It is an ultra-modern building hidden on a hill with a beautiful view over the atlantic ocean. Although located in remote Fisterra, this restaurant is absolutely first class and serves a very refined local kitchen, that is of course centered around the fantastic local fish. The service is also quite sophisticated. If they keep it up I am sure they will go far and they fully deserve a 5 out of 5 to achieve this level in this remote location. Bravo!
4 based on 578 reviews
Familiar and traditional restaurant where the quality it's the aim. Here you can try the best fish and shellfish what are caught everyday by galician fhishermen, most of them are local, and all cooked in a simple and traditional way. Remarcable are as well the different kind of rices with assorted seafood. All that in a warm and charming atmosfear...
My husband and I were on a private tour of Finisterre and stopped at this wonderful restaurant for lunch. We sat on the Terrace overlooking the sea, and at the server's recommendation ordered grilled "Alfonsino Rojo." It was nothing short of magnificent! We so enjoyed...MoreMuchas Gracias
4.5 based on 752 reviews
We had a variety of seafood dishes here and all were excellent - the razor clams, octopus, baby scallops, prawns and HUGE mussels. All really delicious. Only slight downside was that the mussels hadn't been debearded and the padron peppers were slightly overdone. Try the house albariño - it's great. Overall, really tasty and excellent value. Would recommend
4 based on 220 reviews
Liked this restaurant. It is light and airy spread out over a couple of floors, depending how busy it is.
It has big windows overlooking the harbor/water and also an outdoor Seating area.
We shared spaghetti vongole, ravioli with sage butter, caprese salad as well as focaccia and it all tasted nice, fresh and authentic.
The service was friendly and prompt. Prices are very reasonable.
Did notice some great looking pizzas come by although of course can not comment on the taste!
But they looked good.
4 based on 202 reviews
The restaurant offers a very good menu for 12€. We went there twice and had as first course mussels/octopus/fish soup/mixed salad which were all fairly good and as second course paella with fish which was one of the best paellas I had in 1.5 months.
The first time we've been there, we had a fantastic white house wine (no lable) that unfortunately was sold out the day after.
4 based on 235 reviews
I highly recommend this restaurant. Down the backstreets you'll find the bar - need to go upstairs to the restaurant. Their seafood platters are just fantastic. My first experiences of Percebes - ugly but fabulous. The prawns perfectly grilled. Crabs galore, et.al. Almost defeated us there was so much. And the price? Ridiculously cheap. Best value seafood and so fresh. Simply cooked. We will take our own chilli sauce if we come back here. That's our only criticism. We like fresh beautifully cooked seafood, but like a nice dipping sauce. They did accommodate with what they could, but need good picante with such great fresh food.
4 based on 144 reviews
very nice place, very nice although the decor! a little flaw in the table presentzione ... Too bsilare ... Very good food!
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