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7-Day St James Pathway from Sarria to Santiago

7-Day St James Pathway from Sarria to Santiago

7 Days/6 Nights From
AU$1,143 Per Person
 
  • Tour Type
    Walking tourWalking tour
  • Duration
    7 Days/6 Nights
  • Tour Code
    IBCSJSS0318
7 Days/6 Nights From
AU$1,143 Per Person
 
  • Tour Type
    Walking tourWalking tour
  • Duration
    7 Days/6 Nights
  • Tour Code
    IBCSJSS0318
Description 
  • Tour Highlights
    AccommodationAccommodation Accommodation includedTransfersTransfers Luggage transfer between hotelsMealMeal Daily breakfastTransferTransfer Transfer from Santiago Airport to Sarria

Summary

Explore the scenic route of the St James pathway from Sarria to the Santiago de Compostela during this 7-day walking tour. Along the way, discover farming villages, historic towns, chapels and more.

Itinerary

Day 1, Santiago Airport - Sarria
Assistance upon arrival and transfer to Sarria (100 kms). We will bring you to take 'The Compostela'. Accommodation.

Day 2, Sarria - Portomarin (21 km)
After breakfast, we will start crossing Barbadelo, where to admire Church of Santiago, which was declared a National Monument. The next village are Rente, followed by Mercado de Serra, a humble village in which usually Jews came to negotiate and deliver goods to the pilgrims. Continue the route to Brea, Ferreiros, Rozas… and Vilachá, rural farming villages where there are the ruins of the Loio Monastery, origin of Medieval Knights of the Order of Santiago. Too, it’s remarkable Sta María de Loio chapel with Visigothic walls (before 7th century). We arrive at Portomarín, where the old village remains buried under the water after the construction of the dam.

Day 3, Portomarin - Palas de Rei (24 km)
After breakfast, the pilgrim returns to the Camino through Gonzar, Castromayor, Hospital da Cruz, Ventas de Naron, Lameiros, where you can stop to visit the Chapel of San Marco and admire a beautiful transept. The route crosses Ligonde, Ebbe, Albergo, Portos, Lastedo and Valos before reaching Palas de Rei, our goal today.

Day 4, Palas de Rei - Arzua (28 km)
After breakfast, we enter in the province of "A Coruña", crossing San Xulián, Pontecampaña, Casanova, Coto, Leboreiro, which preserves an ancient Roman road; Furelos, Melide (where locals say you can the best octopus ‘at the Galician style’ in the world ). Here we join with those coming from North route to Santiago from Oviedo. We will carry on by Carballal, Ponte das Penas, Raido, Bonete, Castaneda, Ribadiso, to reach Arzúa, the end of our journey.

Day 5, Arzua - A Rua/Pedrouzo (20 km)
After breakfast we will start walking through Las Barrosas, Calzada, Calle, Salceda, Brea and Santa Irene, and we will finish the route today in A Rua.

Day 6, Arua/Pedrouzo - Santiago (19 km)
The great day has come. We will begin the last journey to reach Santiago. At this point, you will have been able to admire the countless wonders along the Camino as a result of day by day pass of people. The route crosses tiny villages Burgo, Arca, San Antón, Amenal and San Paio. Then you get to Lavacolla, a village where centuries ago pilgrims washed and changed new cloths before entering in Santiago. Villamalor , San Marcos and Monte do Gozo (mount of happiness,) where the bell tower of the Cathedral of Santiago can be seen for first time. Finally, we reach Santiago.

Day 7
Breakfast. Santiago is a beautiful and vibrant city and of course you can add more days to enjoy it. Walk by the narrow streets. Or visit the old market, where you can buy the fresh fish and sea food and you can get they cook it for you in the bar inside market. Or simply relax and have a cup (not a glass!) of Ribeiro wine in whatever old tavern to remind inimitable experience for the mind and body, you have lived.

Inclusions

  • Transfer from Santiago Airport to Sarria (100 km) by car or minivan with private driver
  • 6 -night accommodation including breakfast on the “Camino”
  • Luggage transfer between hotels (1 luggage - 20 kilos)
  • Detailed itinerary
  • Credential of Camino, 'The Compostela'

Important Notes

  • Price based on double occupancy.

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