Walk the final stages of the ancient pilgrim’s route, the Camino Frances, as it wends its way through the lush verdant Galician landscape. A delightful route passing through hamlets and small towns, giving you a real flavour of this rural corner of Spain.
Folk have been walking the Camino de Santiago for over a 1000 years as they make their way to the reputed resting place of the apostle St James.
The route is well marked but, as usual, we will also provide you with maps and an info pack to make sure you don’t go astray. This last section also entitles you to a certificate reflecting your achievement on reaching Santiago de Compostela.
Santiago de Compostela is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a beautiful city, well worth taking the time to explore. Its maze of ancient streets, the many museums, and of course the rich variety of tapas bars and eateries will keep you busy.
- 7 nights accommodation with breakfast in B&B lodgings, normally with ensuite bathrooms
- 6 days luggage transfer
- Maps and Information Pack
- 24/7 back up emergency telephone
- Transport to the start and from the finish (local transport can be
Price - per person - from £445.00
For 2 people sharing a room, with breakfast
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Itinerary (7 nights)
Total Distance (Max) - 40 miles, 65k
Longest Day - 10 miles, 16k
Average Day - 7 miles, 11k
Available from April to end of September
Day 1 - Arrive Sarria
Flights to Santiago or Leon
Day 2 - Sarria to Portomarin (23km, 14.5 miles)
Day 3 - Portomarin to Palas de Rei (24km, 15 miles)
Overnight in Palas de Rei.
Day 4 - Palas de Rei to Melide (15km, 9.5 miles)
Overnight in Melide
Day 5 - Melide to Arzua (16km, 10 miles)
Day 6 - Arzua to Arca (20k, 12.5 miles)
Day 7 Arca to Santiago (20k, 12.5 miles)
Day 8 - Depart Santiago