It is the road that connects Santiago with the south of the peninsula, it follows the route of various “Roman roads” that linked the north with the south of the peninsula. A road less traveled but no less beautiful for that.
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Arrival in Ourense (own expense) and accommodation. Free time to enjoy a city full of charm, starting with its incredible hot springs (already appreciated by the Romans).
We will leave Ourense for the well-known Roman bridge (symbol of the city of the burgas) and we will face our 22 km walk until we reach San Cristobo de Rea (charming town famous for its artisan bread that has a protected designation of origin). Accommodation in San Cristobo de Cea.
Today we face one of the hardest stages but also the most beautiful … we will go through forests, villages until we reach Lalín (where we can taste their famous Galician stew). End of stage and accommodation.
We left Lalín to face a stage that does not entail too much difficulty, we will cross the Dela River (which gives its name to the region and which was the fief of the powerful Counts of Deza) and after crossing the Tranfontao forest we will arrive at Bandeira where we will finish our stage and we will stay.
Today’s stage (simple and short) will take us to cross the Ulla river that borders the province of La Coruña and Pontevedra and which owes its fame to lamprey fishing (delicatessen appreciated since the time of the Romans). We will finish our stage in Vedra where we will stay.
Today we face our last stage before reaching Santiago de Compostela, crossing villages and forests.We enter the city using part of an ancient Roman road and with the Obradoiro square (km 0 of our pilgrimage) more and more near.
Free day in the city of Santiago de Compostela to discover its squares, the cathedral, the beautiful panoramic view from the Alameda of the old town and its streets. City tour included. Late free to shop, rest or lose yourself in its streets.
7 Hotel nights
The trip includes basic coverage insurance
(does not include cancellation insurance).
Transport of backpacks for each of the stages along the way (max. 20Kg per backpack - 1 bag per person)
1 Tasting of Galician cheeses in Santiago de Compostela (from Monday to Saturday).
1 Guided tour of Santiago (old town) in Spanish
Stages map, pilgrim's credential, scallop ...
Even today is the most traveled road after the French one, follows the route that in the 15th century took the queen “Saint Isabel of Portugal” to Santiago
For most of the pilgrims, their path did not end in Santiago, but they wanted to continue a little more and know the mythical “Finis Terrae” at the end of the world. Today many pilgrims also decide to go to the end of the medieval world and enjoy a amazing sunset.
Its name comes from the country that it passed through in the Middle Ages and that has left its mark in places as important as Paris and its Tour de Saint Jacques. Today it is the most popular route, not in vain more than 60% of pilgrims who walk to Santiago choose her. Despite being the busiest it does not lose an iota of its charm and that is shown by the pilgrims who repeat.