Corcubión, a land of calm and bravery
Where We Are
The Town Council of Corcubión is located in the western part of Galicia, and its estuary is the highest one in Rías Baixas, forming part of the so-called Costa da Morte.
Corcubión é, polo tanto, terra de transición entre o sosego e calma das Rías Baixas e a bravura e a natureza viva propias da Costa da Morte.
O noso Concello é un dos máis pequenos de Galicia. Ten unha extensión de 7,6 km2 e unha poboación duns 1600 habitantes. Esta constituído por dúas parroquias: a de San Marcos de Corcubión (a zona urbana) e a de San Pedro de Redonda (zona rural).
From A Coruña
the fastest route is to take the AG-55 A Coruña-Carballo toll road, from which it links directly to the Costa da Morte motorway, without the need to take any detours. When the motorway ends, at the roundabout take the first exit to continue along the AC-552, towards Vimianzo and Fisterra. We continue on this road for about 32km and we will arrive at Corcubión.
From Santiago de Compostela
the fastest route is to take the AG-56/N-550 Pontevedra-Noia. We join the AG-56 towards Noia and, after about 6km, we take exit 7 towards AC-544/CP-0203, Bertamiráns Norte/Negreira/Ames. In the roundabout we take the second exit, joining the AC-544, towards Negreira/Muxía. Continue along the AC-544 for about 12km, always taking the second exit at the roundabouts you come across. Then we must continue on the AC-546, taking the second exit at the roundabout towards AC-546 A Pereira / AC-552 Cee. From here, continue straight on the AC-546 for about 13km: you will pass through a small roundabout which you must follow straight on and, shortly after, you will reach another slightly larger roundabout where you must also follow straight on, taking the second exit towards AC-441 Brandomil/Muxía. From here we continue 21km to turn to the left in A Boudañeira, taking the deviation in direction AC-442 Berdeogas/Dumbría. We continue about 4km until we reach a detour where we turn left to take the AC-552 towards Cee/Corcubión/Fisterra, which is the road that will take us to Corcubión.
Another option to come from Santiago de Compostela to Corcubión is to go through Noia, Muros, Carnota, etc. It is a longer route, but along the whole coast.
From A Coruña
you can reach Corcubión with the transport company Arriva Galicia. There are several lines during the day to get from A Coruña to Corcubión, taking the bus that makes the route A Coruña - Fisterra. It has an approximate duration of one hour and forty five minutes. You can consult the timetables of these routes through the web page https://arriva.gal/.
FromSantiago de Compostela
you can reach Corcubión with the transport company Monbus. This company does the route from Santiago de Compostela to Fisterra, which has a different duration depending on the route: if the bus goes through Noia it takes approximately three hours to reach Corcubión; if it does not go through Noia it takes more or less two hours. You can consult the timetables of these routes on the Monbus website: http://www.monbus.es/es.
From the Galician airports the distances to Corcubión are as follows:
- Lavacolla Airport, in Santiago de Compostela: a 88km
- Alvedro Airport, in A Coruña: a 100km.
- Peinador Airport, in Vigo: a 153km.
There is no train service to Corcubión, but the nearest train stations are the following:
- Santiago de Compostela train station: a 74km
- A Coruña train station: a 95km.