Rural Tourism in Muxia

The Galician town of Muxia commitment to Tourism quality to cope with the damage caused by the storm suffered late last year and had its most visible effects on the Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Boat, that was destroyed as a result of a fire caused by the fall of lightning.

'Muxía, Q goal of the road with rural quality’ It is a project presented at the International Tourism Fair (features) held in Madrid and for which “House Ceferino” It offers the traveler a unique experience thanks to the distinction of the Q for Quality Tourism.

Muxía It is a municipality located in the Costa da Morte who serves as ultimate fate of the Camino de Santiago. “Nobody just the pilgrimage if not reach the Costa da Morte. Muxia offers gastronomy, culture, heritage and Camino de Santiago“.

The mayor took the opportunity to thank the solidarity received in the “difficult stage” he had to live the city this year. “Face of adversity, tenacity and work”, has offered to change highlighting the “vitality and joy” of its inhabitants.

“To the elements of the nature we can not fight, but we can keep working and Muxía will shine as it has always”, He has coincided director Tourism Galicia, Nava Castro.

While, the representative of the association of the way of Santiago in Madrid Francisco Ladrada recalled that during the Middle Ages all European pilgrims were on their way far inland sea until his arrival in Santiago de Compostela, where they enjoyed three days of hospitality. After, They traveled to the Costa da Morte to see the sea, “many for the first time in his life and perhaps last”.

Also the president of the Institute for Quality Tourism Spanish (ICTE), Miguel Mirones, He has encouraged to take advantage Muxía “mishaps” suffered to relaunch their tourism, as he assured that he has made the town of Lorca (Murcia) after the devastating earthquake suffered in 2011.