Sarria to Santiago 11 Days

Self-Guided Camino

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LENGTH

11 Days

DIFICULTY

Moderate

START & END

Sarria - Santiago

DISTANCE

117 Km

ACCOMMODATION

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From 1.320€ / per person
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LENGTH

11 Days

DIFICULTY

Moderate

START & END

Sarria - Santiago

DISTANCE

117 Km

ACCOMMODATION

Premium

From 1.320€ / per person
4.5/5

Overview

This Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago spans approximately 117 kilometers, with shorter and manageable stages, it is perfect for those preferring a relaxed pace, offering pilgrims a condensed yet enriching experience. Sarria is a town known for its medieval charm, pilgrims embark on a journey characterized by verdant landscapes, charming villages, and profound encounters.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • World Heritage
  • Medieval route
  • Walk the best sections of the Camino Trail
  • Qualify for your Compostela
  • Local producers
  • Romanesque art
  • Delicius gastronomy
  • Premium Accomodations
  • Higer service level

ITINERARY

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The town of Sarria, in the province of Lugo, is for many the starting point of the French Way or Camino Francés, as this town marks the 100 kilometers needed to attain the Compostela certificate. Once you arrive , we recommend that you visit the town center where you can discover churches, chapels, monasteries and pilgrim hospitals that will connect you from your first day with the essence of the Camino de Santiago. Sarria is a busy, modern town with plenty of shops, hotels, restaurants and bars. Rua Maior has a picturesque atmosphere where we suggest you enjoy a good coffee during the afternoon. If you follow the Camino route to the top end of town you will see the ancient convent Monasterio de Magdalena, the ruins of the castle and the medieval bridge Ponte Aspera.

Accommodation: Standard or Superior

Meals: Breakfast

Today is the first day and the first stage for lots of pilgrims that have chosen Sarria as their starting point. To exit you have to cross the bridge of A Áspera and walk parallel to the railway tracks for 1 kilometre towards Barbadelo, up the most difficult hill of the day.

It will be a lovely walk separate from the road. You will go through Sarria, Paradela and Portomarín and you will cross many rivers through its medieval bridges. It is an easy stage with lots of establishments.

Accommodation: Standard or Superior

Meals: Breakfast

Once you leave the beautiful town of Portomarin, the Camino de Santiago crosses the River Mino and you will begin the ascent towards the Serra de Ligonde. You will pass through charming little villages such as Gonzar and Ventas de Narón. You will also see lots of Romanesque churches and also the Cruceiro dos Lameiros stone cross and the Yacimiento de Castromaior site. All these things will make this stage more entertaining. It is an easy stage but sometimes you will have to walk up some slopes that could be a little bit hard.

Accommodation: Standard or Superior

Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast you are free to check out of your hotel any time before 11am. If you would like to explore Santiago further you are able to leave your bags with reception.

Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast you are free to check out of your hotel any time before 11am. If you would like to explore Santiago further you are able to leave your bags with reception.

Meals: Breakfast

On this journey the Camino de Santiago will start descending and take you along beautiful rural trails to Coto. You will continue uphill and downhill through beautiful places such as those found by the River Iso, in Ribadiso.

This is the longest stage you will have to walk in the Galician Territory. 

This is a tough and irregular stage. We will find short recurrent slopes that will demand our effort.The landscapes will combine sections with a good state of preservation as we cross nice villages with non gratifying views from some industrial areas.

Accommodation: Standard or Superior

Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast you are free to check out of your hotel any time before 11am. If you would like to explore Santiago further you are able to leave your bags with reception.

Meals: Breakfast

The majority of today’s walk to O Pedrouzo is through wonderful pine and eucalyptus scented woodland. You will start walking downhill and then pass through beautiful forests, quiet villages and cross several streams throughout the day.

The path is clearly signposted and abounds in restaurants and services for pilgrims. The small villages of Calle and Salceda mark the midpoint for the day’s journey. 

Accommodation: Standard or Superior

Meals: Breakfast

Almost there! The last phase of the Camino Francés begins in Pedrouzo and heads towards Santo Antón, on a hill ascent to A Lavacolla.

The route passes through eucalypt forests with most of the route on quiet roads and pathways before the final kilometres and a climb to Mount Gozo before descending into the suburbs of Santiago. The path runs alongside the airport and you will see many crosses of twigs and branches used by pilgrims to decorate the fence.

Accommodation: Standard or Superior

Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast you are free to check out of your hotel any time before 11am. If you would like to explore Santiago further you are able to leave your bags with reception.

Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast you are free to check out of your hotel any time before 11am. If you would like to explore Santiago further you are able to leave your bags with reception.

Meals: Breakfast

INCLUSIONS

INCLUDED
  • Daily breakfast
  • The best authentic accommodation / Superior
  • Private ensuite rooms on a twin share basis
  • Luggage transfers from hotel to hotel
  • Pilgrim Pack, pilgrims passport and shell
  • Camino guide book 
  • Organizing a support vehicle if needed
  • Travel Insurance
  • 24/7 Spanish support assistance 
EXCLUDED
  •  Flights/trains
  • Drinks/Lunch
  • City Tax
OPTIONAL INCLUSIONS
  • Single room Supplement
  • Extra nights
  • Day trips
  • Airport transfers
  • Dinners
  • Accommodation in Parador de Santiago

ACCOMMODATION

Historic Hotels & Unique Casas Rurales

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There are several historic hotels along the route that offer pilgrims and travelers a unique and memorable experience. These establishments often have a rich history and character, making them more than just a place to stay.

Country houses, also known as "casas rurales" in Spanish, offer a more rustic and traditional experience. They are often found in smaller villages and rural areas along the Camino.

Superior Collection & Paradores

We have selected  4 and 5-star hotels, boutique guesthouses, relaxing country homes and stunning heritage ‘Parador’ hotels so you can feel pampered. Rest assured when you select Superior Collection, you will enjoy the full experience of our best hotels and top guesthouses when and where this option is available, 

ON THE TRAIL

Terrain: The terrain is relatively gentle, and you'll pass through scenic countryside, charming villages, and forests. There are some hills and moderate elevation changes, but it's not overly strenuous.

Food and Cuisine: You'll have the opportunity to enjoy the delicious Galician cuisine, including fresh seafood, pulpo a la gallega (octopus), and other regional dishes. Don't forget to try the local Albariño wine.

Waymarking: The route is well-marked with yellow arrows and scallop shell symbols, making it easy to navigate.

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