Self-guided trails of the Camino de Santiago
The Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain is an ancient pilgrimage route, popular with pilgrims and hikers alike. For those who do not want to stay in shared accommodation (as infamously shown in the movie "The Way") and do not want to carry their luggage, this self-guided trip from Cruz de Ferro to Santiago de Compostella along the final section of the Camino Frances, is perfect. Enjoy the best of this hiking route in comfort.
Activity / Theme
Moderate / Comfortable
On foot, vehicle transfers
2-, 3- and 4-star hotels, including converted water mills, hilltop monasteries and stylish farmhouses
Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:
The Camino gets busy during holidays such as Easter as well as during weekends and summer months. You should book well ahead of time.
DAY 1 Start Leon
DAY 2 Walk from Cruz de Ferro to Molinaseca
DAY 3 Transfer, hike Valcarce Valley to O'Cebreiro
DAY 4 Transfer, walk between villages to Sarria
DAY 5 Hike to Portomarin
DAY 6 Walk to Lestedo
DAY 7 Hike to O'Coto
DAY 8 Walk to Arzua
DAY 9 Hike to Rua
DAY 10 Hike to Santiago, receive your compstella
DAY 11 End Santiago
All buffet breakfasts and 7 dinners
All accommodation (see accommodation section)
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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