Leaving Santiago de Compostela, you'll go to the wonderful city of Lugo, a city famous for its incredible Roman wall surrounding the city. You'll also visit the majestic and stunning Cathedrals' beach and when it's low tide you will be able to enjoy rock formations made by erosion of the sea.
First, you'll visit the city of Lugo, making a tour of the old town lasting about one hour and a half, you'll discover the famous Wall of Lugo, an almost intact Roman walls and cathedral, and wander and get lost in the old city.
Afterward, you'll head to the beach Aguas Santas, or as it is popularly known, Beach of the Cathedrals. Its large rock formations evoke the flying buttresses common in Gothic cathedrals and that's why it's commonly known with that name.
*Depending on the tides, the tour itinerary mvary. You might visit first the city of Lugo and secondly the Cathedrals' beach or vice-versa.