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Camino de Santiago Walking Experience 7D/6N (from Sarria)

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Camino de Santiago Walking Experience 7D/6N (from Sarria)

Day 1: Sarria, Spain

Today you'll make your way to your accommodation in Sarria. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.

Sarria accommodation check-in
Today you'll make your way to your accommodation in Sarria to get checked in. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure to relax, explore, and get ready for your big adventure. Overnight in Sarria.

Day 2: Sarria – Portomarin, Spain

Begin your pilgrimage traveling through authentic rural Spain and its verdant forests, grassy meadows, fertile orchards and simple stone-built hamlets to Portomarin.

Walk from Sarria to Portomarin – 22.5 km (B)
Galicia is one of the most beautiful regions in Spain, both in nature and glorious tradition. Today's walk is one of the most attractive stages of the entire Pilgrim's Way; traveling through authentic rural Spain and its verdant forests, grassy meadows, fertile orchards and simple stone-built hamlets.

Day 3: Portomarin – Palas de Rei, Spain

Continue along farm tracks and quiet country roads through the lush Galician countryside to Palas de Rei.

Walk from Portomarin to Palas de Rei – 24.8 km (B)
The terrain becomes flatter, though still hilly. Optimism takes over in this magnificent, lush area. By now your goal feels achievable. The journey continues along farm tracks and quiet country roads through the lush Galician countryside to Palas de Rei. Palas de Rei is a small village of around 2,000, with an illustrious past, although nothing remains today as a reminder since the historic city was engulfed in 1960 with the water from the dam and lake that were built.
NOTE: the two stages between Portomarin and Arzua can be divided into three stages with the following km. distribution: 17, 16 and 20 km.

Day 4: Palas de Rei – Arzua, Spain

Walk through stunning natural landscapes to Arzua

Walk from Palas de Rei to Arzua – 28.5 km (B)
Today's views will seem somewhat familiar. A typical day on the Camino de Santiago, through rolling green landscapes, dotted with cows, stone walls and tiny Romanesque churches. Take time to talk and learn about the myriad of legends and stories that this route offers. Today's stage can also be divided into an extra night in Melide.
NOTE: the two stages between Portomarin and Arzua can be divided into three stages with the following km. distribution: 17, 16 and 20 km. Or we can just divide the long stange between Palas de Rei and Arzua in two stages.

Day 5: Arzua – O Pedrouzo, Spain

Reach the lovely town of O Pedrouzo travelling along natural pathways through tall groves of Eucalyptus that provide superb shade during your walk.

Walk from Arzua to O Pedrouzo – 20 km (B)
An exhilarating atmosphere unfolds as your journey's end draws closer. Pilgrims now feel the close joy of having reached their goal and they begin to revel in happiness and relief with the many companions they met along the way. Today's walk is along natural pathways through tall groves of Eucalyptus that provide superb shade during your walk.

Day 6: O Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Congratulations, you achieved an admirable goal! So it's time for a number of traditional pilgrimage rituals.

Walk from O Pedrouzo to Santiago de Compostela – 19.4 km (B)
Congratulations, you achieved an admirable goal, so it's time for a number of traditional pilgrimage rituals. First, be sure to get proof of this feat: the last stamp in your pilgrim passport. Along with the rituals, enjoy the End Station of the Pilgrim Route, Santiago de Compostela, which offers a veritable cornucopia of attractions and one of the world's most important cultural centers. This university town exudes charm and has a myriad of cozy streets offering ample opportunity to sample the many local delicacies. The Cathedral is surrounded by a historic center which is on UNESCO's World Heritage Site list, and its old town is incomparable to any other. Its monuments stand as true works of art in different architectural styles.

Day 7: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

All good things must end. Today your adventure ends after check-out.

Santiago de Compostela accommodation check-out (B)
All good things must end. Today your adventure ends after check-out. Happy trails!

Summary

What’s included?

Extra expenses at the destination
No Local Payment

Accommodation

6 night(s) accommodation included

Meals

  • 6 Breakfast(s)

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