8 days
3 to 15 pers
Santiago's road, Hiking and Mountain, Religious tourism
Planned itinerary
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At 7:30 p.m., we meet the group in Sarria, where many pilgrims begin their journey to Compostela. Informative meeting and delivery of documentation for your Pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago. Afterwards, we will take you to get your first stamp in your Pilgrim's Passport before dinner, where we will continue to answer your questions in a more informal way and with a glass of wine. Accommodation.


Our guide accompanies you a section indicating the various markers of the Camino and the famous yellow arrows. Leaving Sarria, we will walk among the ancient chestnut trees and the ancient Celtic ruins that are hidden among the vegetation. Here we will offer you one last "Buen Camino", as you continue on your own along the Camino!

Strolling between a combination of small back roads and country trails, you pass the 100 km marker, a milestone for the millions of pilgrims who have traveled this very place over the last millennium. Continuing towards Portomarín, the Church of San Juan, from the 12th century, awaits us, a fortified church guarding the Miño River.

Accommodation: Portomarin / Walking: 23 km


Leaving Portomarín, the walk begins with a gentle climb out of the river valley and through typical Galician villages, decorated with granaries, and occasionally carved granite. In the village of Lameiros pay special attention to the 17th century Cross that shows the Crucifixion of Christ. As you progress towards Palas de Rei, you will begin to notice the many eucalyptus forests of Galicia.

Accommodation: Portomarin / Walking: 20 km


We will continue the path up and down the hills along quiet forest trails. Little has changed this quiet corner of Spain, and the peaceful rural setting of local farmers in stone houses takes us back to another era.

We will quickly reach the bustling town of Melide, where octopus is boiled in large copper kettles on the side of the street!

Accommodation: Melide / Walking: 19 km


On the outskirts of Melide, we can admire the 12th century church of Santa María, a jewel from the Romanesque period. Following the Camino through eucalyptus forests, you quickly reach Boente, whose tiny Church of Santiago has a simple, but precious, wooden altarpiece.

Accommodation: Arzua / Walking: 14 km


Today, we will get closer to Santiago and the excitement begins to build! We will cross paths with the local population. We will see how these quiet and reserved people quickly wish you the best on your trip to Santiago.

On this walk, you are no longer a tourist, but a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago! Just a few steps from Santiago

Accommodation: Ark / Walking: 18 km


6 days and 115 kilometers, to get to Santiago de Compostela. We will go to the Pilgrim's Office to obtain our last stamp in the passport, and that well-deserved certificate, the Compostela, for having walked to Santiago. You are going to love this magical city, full of fantastic monuments and the lively bustle of pilgrims and university students that fill its medieval streets.

Accommodation: Santiago / Walking: 21 km


After breakfast, our historian and local guide will give us a closer look at the incredible

Cathedral, which has seen so many transformations since the original chapel built in the 9th century. After the tour, we sadly say our last "Good Way!" As we will finish the visit at the Cathedral in time for the pilgrims' mass at noon.

April: 17, 24 and 28
May: 5,12, and 22
June: 9,23 and 30
July 7 and 14
August: 4 and 11
September: 1, 15 and 29
October: 13 and 27

Group 3 to 15 people: € 900 / person

Individual Spto: € 250


Welcome meeting in Sarria with our guide . At this meeting, all the necessary documentation will be delivered to become a Pilgrim; Credentials (Pilgrim's Passport), a scallop shell, daily route maps, a guide with historical information on the towns you will pass through, and some goodies for the trail! We will answer any questions you have before embarking on your trip to Santiago.

Accommodation: 7 nights in a combination of 3 * and 4 * hotels, restored manor houses and small guesthouses / inns located on the Camino. All rooms have their own bathrooms. We have chosen these accommodations for their hospitality, comfort and location. Although in some rural areas it will not be possible because there is no possibility of 3 * and 4 * hotels.

Meals: All breakfasts are included in your hotels. We have arranged to be complemented by the standard Spanish breakfast of coffee and toast. The first night of the itinerary, our guide will take you to dinner in Sarria with wine and beer included. Afterwards, we will provide you with a list of places along the Camino with food recommendations. If you have any dietary restrictions, let us know so that we can transfer it to our hotels.

Limited Group Size: Although this tour is self-guided, we have limited the size of each outing to 15 passengers.

Luggage transport : We will organize the transfer of 1 backpack / piece of luggage (20 kgs) per person between your hotels on your walk along the Camino. If you need more than 1 piece, please contact us for details.

Guided visit: In Santiago we will have a guided visit with our art historian and local guide, to the Cathedral and the surrounding squares. A minimum of 5 people is required for this service to be provided.

Pre / During / Post Service: We are here to help! Do you need help with hotels before or after your trip? Are you coming back from Sarria? Train tickets to Sarria? Questions about what to wear? Do you need a taxi while on the trail? We are here to make sure your trip runs smoothly, as it should be.

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