A Galician fisherman with a knack for steering boats gets involved in tobacco smuggling. While in Panama, he's offered a new business proposition.
Sito switches from tobacco to cocaine, but when stormy weather in Galicia threatens the pickup of his first shipment, Roque's life is put in danger.
The Spanish government passes a new contraband law. Darío and his new team bug the smugglers' phones. Nieves confronts Sito about how he's changed.
Sito's popularity and influence grow. Darío secures evidence and raids an event to arrest the smugglers. A power struggle erupts among the Charlíns.
While the men hide out in Portugal, the women take care of business in Galicia. Sito forms a new alliance that tests his friendship with Roque and Oli.
Darío finds a new informant hungry for revenge. Camila grows tired of Sito's absences from her. The Charlín brothers get another chance from their dad.
The drug trade brings addiction to Galicia. The Charlín family takes the risk of partnering with the Colombians, using a human life as a guarantee.
Carmen Avenda?o and fellow mothers of drug addicts get vocal in their protests. In prison, one of the smugglers secretly writes a transaction record.
Judge Garzón in Madrid receives Portabales's notes and calls Darío. The shot Colombian sicario dies before he can be made to talk, but all is not lost.
The smugglers face trial and Portabales testifies against them. Sito offers Ballesteros one last shipment in exchange for help fleeing from Europe.