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Follow in the footsteps of centuries of pilgrims on a 7-day self-guided walking tour along the historic Camino de Santiago route. Complete the last 62 miles (100) of the UNESCO-listed pilgrimage, known as the Camino Francés, beginning in Sarria and finishing in Santiago, where you can your pilgrim’s passport stamped and admire the shrine of St. James the Great. Accommodation, breakfast and dinner each day, and luggage transfer are all included so you can focus on a meaningful walk through the scenic towns and forests of Galicia.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Arrival at the accommodation on behalf of the client (check transfer service).
Sarria is for many the starting point, because it is very close to the mythical and
last 100 km, which is the minimum distance to travel to get the Compostela.
That is why this medieval town is one of the towns with more movement, and
that does not disappoint the experts or the most recent pilgrims. It is a day to
rest, acclimatize and mentalize for the adventure that will begin the next day.
This first stage is smooth, without much unevenness and a comfortable ride.
We enter the deepest Galicia, and we get caught up in the beauty of its
chestnut trees, oaks, rivers, meadows … besides passing through charming
villages like Barbadelos or Ferreiros. The old town of Portomarin is located
under the waters of the Belesar reservoir. The Miño River indicates that we are
arriving. Accommodation in Portomarin.
We begin the route ascending towards the Serra de Ligonde where we climb up
to 725 meters. On this day, the green landscapes will be mixed with some
asphalted areas and we begin to see the famous “cruises”. The villages of
Castromaior, Ventas de Narón and Ligonde stand out. Accommodation in Palas
We enter the province of A Coruña. We leave Palas through Campo dos
Romeiros, a traditional pilgrim meeting place, to enter lush eucalyptus forests
and medieval bridges through beautiful villages such as Furelos, Boente and
Castañeda. This stage is harder due to the distance, so it is advisable to make
a stop in Melide and take the opportunity to eat the famous “octopus a feira”, to
finally reach Arzua, famous cheese town. Accommodation in Arzua.
Day 5: Arzua – O Pedrouzo / Amenal (+/- 19.3 km / +/- 22.6 km)
Stage brief and quiet to assimilate everything lived during the road before
arriving the next day to Santiago. Accommodation in Amenal / O Pedrouzo
Strange sensations. It is the last stage. We recommend leaving early to attend
the pilgrim’s mass that is celebrated at 12:00 hours. First we arrive at Lavacolla
and continue to climb Monte do Gozo, where we can see, from afar, the first glimpse of the coveted Cathedral. Finally, Plaza del Obradoiro and the
deserved personal satisfaction of having come here. Accommodation: Santiago.