Spanish immersion courses in Galicia
Learn Spanish in Muxía, Galicia. Enjoy and practice Spanish in the most beautiful environment.
Muxia is a small town at the end of the Camino de Santiago. It’s located near Finisterre and is surrounded by forests and the sea. It has long been considered as the end of the world. Even nowadays, it is a secluded area. Here, winters are rough and summers are pleasant and tranquil.
The location of Muxia allows you to enjoy the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
If you enjoy walking, you will find plenty of trails to small beaches, charming villages and peaceful forests. One of the most interesting trails is called the Lighthouse trail, which connects ancient and modern lighthouses through the coast.
Events and activities
During the summer, the village of Muxía and it’s region comes to life with an endless list of festive events and activities.
In July, the fiesta de la virgen del mar honors the Virgen del Carmen, the Virgin that proctects sailors.
In August, the Feria del Mar is an opportunity to meet artisans from the whole region and discover their many talents: jewelry, leather, lace…
In september, the Romería de la Barca is a popular festivity with live concerts, food and drinks.
Come and feel the tradition!
Online Spanish course:
Get ready for the camino
Weekly Spanish-speaking meeting:
Every week, we meet with pilgrims from the Camino. We share our experiences and to discover more about the region.
3 euros per person (drink included)
Groups of 3-10 people
Spanish immersion course:
Beginner, intermediate, advanced
Starting at 10 euros / hour
Groups of 2-8 people
Free time activities
During your free time, you can choose from a variety of activities:
Discover the secrets behind sacred rocks in A Barca, take a walk through ancient mills in Os Muiños, enjoy the views from above in Monte Facho and explore the beach of Lourido.
Raciones en Muxía:
Pulpo, zamburiñas, pimientos del padrón, rabas… Join us for a delicious get together where you will taste the most traditional tapas in a friendly environment.
Galician cooking lessons:
Visit the market with us and learn how to cook tradtional dishes such as empanada, pulpo and tarta de Santiago.
Wine and cheese tasting:
Discover the variety of wines and cheeses available in Galicia.
Care for nature:
Join us to learn more about the Prestige oilspill in the museum and help us clean surrounding beaches.
Learn how to surf
Open air yoga:
Practice yoga by the seaside with a qualified instructor
Taste blackberries and prepare a home-made cake.
Hop on the bus and enjoy a day away in Fisterra, A Coruña or Santiago.
Read more about the Camino de Santiago and how to make the most of your trip.