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Camino Francés from O Cebreiro to Santiago

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499 €*

Distance

~ 156 km

Duration

10 days / 9 nights

Difficulty

Easy

Bed and breakfast

Private room with bathroom

Backpack transport

Guided visit of Santiago

*Price per person in a double room.

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Day 1 : O Cebreiro
Day 1 : O Cebreiro

Arrival on your own (see transfer service). We are located between the O Courel and Os Ancares mountain ranges. It is the first Galician town on the Way of St. James. Much less crowded than Sarria, apart from the so-called "Milagro do Cebreiro", the special typical architectures of Galician culture "as Pallozas" and its impressive landscape stand out.

Day 2 : O Cebreiro - Triacastela (21 km ~ 5 hours)
Day 2 : O Cebreiro - Triacastela (21 km ~ 5 hours)

Difficulty level: medium.

Characteristic of its ups and downs. We start towards the top of San Roque, where there is the statue of the pilgrim, which will give us encouragement for the difficult climb to O Alto do Poio, where we will be at 1337 meters. Although it is not a long stage with many kilometers, due to this ascent it is one of the most complicated. Then we descend towards Triacastela.


Accommodation in Triacastela.

Day 3 : Triacastela - Sarria (18 km ~ 4 hours)
Day 3 : Triacastela - Sarria (18 km ~ 4 hours)

Difficulty level: easy.

We start this short stage towards San Xil. In a quiet area we take a pleasant walk through the beautiful landscapes. We cross the San Xil Valley, one of the most beautiful in Galicia, to get to our next destination: Sarria.


Accommodation in Sarria.

Day 4 : Sarria - Portomarín (22.2 km ~ 5 hours)
Day 4 : Sarria - Portomarín (22.2 km ~ 5 hours)

Difficulty: easy.

Sarria is the starting point for many as it is very close to the mythical and last 100 km, which is the minimum distance that must be covered to get the Compostela. This first stage is flat, without many slopes and with a comfortable route. We enter deepest Galicia and let ourselves be caught by the beauty of chestnuts, oaks, rivers, meadows ... as well as charming cities like Barbadelos or Ferreiros. The old town of Portomarin lies under the water of the Belesar reservoir. The Miño river indicates that we are coming.


Accommodation in Portomarin.

Day 5 : Portomarín - Palas de Rei (24.8 km ~ 6 hours)
Day 5 : Portomarín - Palas de Rei (24.8 km ~ 6 hours)

Difficulty level: easy.

We start the route towards Serra de Ligonde with a low level of difficulty, where we climb up to 725 meters. On this day, the green landscapes are mixed with some paved areas and we start to see the famous "Cruzeiros". The villages of Castromaior, Ventas de Narón and Ligonde deserve special mention.


Accommodation in Palas de Rei.

Day 6 : Palas de Rei - Melide (14.4 km ~ 3 hours)
Day 6 : Palas de Rei - Melide (14.4 km ~ 3 hours)

Difficulty level: easy.

We leave Campo dos Romeiros, an important point for the pilgrimage, towards Leboreiro, a pleasant walk in the middle of lush forests to cross a medieval bridge to reach Melide.


Accommodation in Melide.

Day 7 : Melide - Arzúa (14.1 km ~ 3 hours)
Day 7 : Melide - Arzúa (14.1 km ~ 3 hours)

Difficulty level: easy.

We leave the province of Lugo and arrive in the province of A Coruña. The few kilometers that await us allow us to enjoy some of the enchanting cities like Boente and Castañeda until we reach Arzua, famous for its cheese.


Accommodation in Arzúa.

Day 8 : Arzúa - O Pedrouzo (19.3 km ~ 4 hours)
Day 8 : Arzúa - O Pedrouzo  (19.3 km  ~ 4 hours)

Difficulty: easy.

Short and quiet stage to process everything that was experienced during the trip before arriving in Santiago the next day.


Accommodation in O Pedrouzo.

Day 9 : O Pedrouzo - Santiago de Compostela (19.4 km ~ 4 hours)
Day 9 : O Pedrouzo - Santiago de Compostela (19.4 km  ~ 4 hours)

Difficulty level: easy.

Excitement and strange mixed sensations. It is the last stage. We recommend that you start hiking early to take part in the pilgrimage, which is celebrated at 12:00 p.m. First we reach Lavacolla and continue climbing Monte do Gozo, where we can catch a glimpse of the long-awaited cathedral from a distance. Finally the Plaza del Obradoiro and the well deserved personal satisfaction of having reached this point.

Day 10 : Santiago de Compostela
Day 10 : Santiago de Compostela

Buen Camino and see you next time!

Included

  • Bed and breakfast in room with private bathroom
  • Luggage transport for each stage on the way (max. 20 kg - 1 piece of luggage per person)
  • Guided Tour in Santiago de Compostela (old town)
  • Galician cheese tasting in Santiago (Monday to Saturday)
  • 24-hour emergency line
  • Maps for all stages
  • Pilgrim pass
  • Pilgrim scallop
  • Travel Insurance

Optional

  • 3rd person disccount sharing room with 2 adults: 10%
  • Half board supplement: 18 € / person / night
  • Picnic Supplement: 10 € per person and day
  • Private transfer to O Cebreiro: on request
  • Private transfer to the airport: on request
  • One day tour Santiago - Fisterra: on request
  • One day tour Santiago - Rías Baixas & Wine Tasting: on request
  • One day tour Santiago - Rías Baixas, Wine Tasting & Boat Trip: on request
  • Extra piece of luggage: € 4 per stage and piece of luggage (maximum 20 kg)
  • Extra nights: on request
  • Travel cancellation insurance

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