Santo André de Teixido, (A Coruña, Galicia, España). This interesting and magic place was known from ancient times as one of the ancient world finisterrae. It is located on a hillside above the sea, among the highest cliffs of the Atlantic coast. It’s actually a small village of no more than 50 people with a reformed church in the sixteenth century, within which is worshiped the image of San Andres (St. Andrew), who according to tradition came to this place in a stone boat , and when he saw this place so abandoned complained to God, so his brother St Jacques (of Compostelle), had received a much more beautiful one. According to the same legend, God answered to him that as compensation everyone would visit dead to St Andrew, if they had never visited before to him in life. Really the cult to San Andrés is related to the cult of the dead, and its passage of souls to the afterlife, which are transported by boat San Andres in stone as Charon. This tradition under Celtic roots was brought in the sixth century by the Britons arrived to northern Galicia in this age. They established their own diocese with its own bishop named Maeloc, historical person who attended the first concilium of Braga. The church was destroyed in the seventh century with the Arab invasion of Spain and forcing 30,000 Britons established on this coast to migrate again to safer places.