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Mirador Ezaro

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Address: Dumbria, Spain

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Wild & mesmerising

Make sure to check not only the waterfall itself from the city point of wiev, but also from the top of the mountains - there is a wonderfull bridge of the dam overlooking aaall of... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Ieva K
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Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

Make sure to check not only the waterfall itself from the city point of wiev, but also from the top of the mountains - there is a wonderfull bridge of the dam overlooking aaall of the valley - breathtaking <3

Thank Ieva K
Malton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 30 August 2016

We drove from Finisterre to Costa da Morte and to Mirador Ezaro. Along the drive to Mirador Ezaro we found beauty's nature at it's best with astonishing and fantastic views all round. It's a pity that this area cannot be reached by public transport. Although it was August there were only hundreds of tourists around. We walked for about 5/8... More 

Thank Gaetano A
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Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

Powerful Waterfall , great for pictures. A lot of birds around too. We hired a few guided kayaks which was €7 per kayak and great fun, before driving to the top of the waterfall to the stunning scenery.

Thank stephenmaher
Frankfurt, Germany
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Reviewed 17 January 2016

This is what Galicia is about: raw nature. There may be wind and rain, but you can still see special natural things like this. There were not that many tourists here despite it being August. Dont forget to bring a jacket. I saw people having brought too little clothing. It is always a bit rainy near the fall.

Thank Evoqueen
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Reviewed 24 September 2015 via mobile

We did this as part of a tour and it's probably difficult to get here without a car. Nice diversion and good photo stop

Thank W13_and_beyond
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Reviewed 19 August 2015

Breathtaking views! Not so crowded in the morning so best time to visit for photography buffs.A lovely hotel Casa de Santa Uxía & top notch restaurant Landua nearby, 10 mins by car up the steepest road with the most picturesque views - Mirador de Ézaro.

Thank Milada K
Manila, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 July 2015 via mobile

We were on a day trip through Galicia when we came here. The falls provide power. We walked past the power plant. This is when the falls become visible. It is a lovely sight and a nice spot for pictures.

Thank Coellum
Budapest, Hungary
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Reviewed 2 July 2015

I had an extremely foggy and rainy weather as I visited the falls, but it was ideal for me, cause nobody was around and I could admire this breathtaking wonder of nature alone… I have to thank to the Director for this perfect coincidence! ;)

Thank Giuliano U
Katikati, New Zealand
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Reviewed 4 June 2015 via mobile

While in Cee it was worthwhile visiting the falls at Ezaro. The drive along the coast was amazing and then the falls. We drove up to the lookout point above the falls for a spectacular view over the coast and beyond. I found some frogs in a small pond along with lots of tadpoles. Nature at its best.

Thank Gael G
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

We stopped here on our drive along the Costa de Morte. Supposedly the only waterfall that falls into the Atlantic Ocean in Europe, but really it's more like "near the Ocean" since there is a river delta before it reaches the beach. However, the waterfall is huge and there is even an electrical substation which captures most of the power... More 

Thank MTRose

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