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Camino de Santiago – Last 60 miles

The sound of footsteps and walking sticks. The smell of fields and freshly baked bread. The morning mist on your skin and the feeling of the little pebbles that make their way into your boots. The octopus, the empanada and the Santiago pie. The road in front of you: flat, steep, straight, winding, marked by yellow arrows and worn shells. To disconnect from everything and find yourself again, to let yourself go with your senses exposed and ready. Experience the magic, the spirit, the challenge and the satisfaction of being on the move.

It is always possible to experience the Camino de Santiago in a short time, if we travel the last 60 miles by one of its variants, arriving in the city of Santiago de Compostela.

If we choose this French road, we will travel about 71.4 miles surrounded by eucalyptus fields, old villages, ancient forests and roads where millions of pilgrims have left their mark on a history that is more present than ever.



DAY 1: City of origin - Sarria

You will arrive in Sarria on your own. Upon arrival in this beautiful town, you can sit on one of the terraces of the Malecón and enjoy a cool drink with a beautiful view of the Sarria River. You can walk along the river until you reach the O Chanto area and take a dip in its pools. Do not forget to visit the convent of the Magdalena. Sarria is a paradise for art lovers, you will have the opportunity to discover antique pieces and learn first hand the art of restoration.

Accommodation in a 4* hotel.


DAY 2: Sarria - Portomarín → 13.6 miles

You will travel along country roads or corredoiras, among oak groves and small villages such as Lavandeira or Ferreiros. At the gates of Portomarín, you will cross the Miño River, under whose waters lies the old Portomarín. You will visit the church of San Nicolás de Portomarín, rebuilt stone by stone when its original location on the banks of the Miño River was completely flooded due to the construction of the Belesar Dam.

Accommodation in a 2* hotel.


DAY 3: Portomarín - Palas de Rei → 15.5 miles

You will go up to Castromaior and then to the Sierra de Ligonde to descend gradually through the villages of Eirexe and Ligonde to the village of Palas de Rei. Very close to Palas de Rei is the Castle of Pambre, a 14th century fortress. In 1484 it became the property of the Counts of Monterrei with military functions to guard the Camino de Santiago and collect tolls.

Accommodation in a 2* hotel.


DAY 4: Palas de Rei - Arzúa → 18.6 miles

Today you will continue through an agricultural landscape that will take you to Arzúa, after crossing the beautiful river Iso. The most interesting monument of this town is the Chapel of the Magdalena, built by the Augustinian Order in the 14th century to care for the pilgrims.

Accommodation in a 2* hotel.


DAY 5: Arzúa - Rúa → 12.4 miles

You can’t leave Arzúa without tasting the delicious Arzúa-Ulloa D.O. cheese and sealing your pilgrim’s certificate in the church of Santiago de Arzúa. Green hills will be your travel companions to the town of Rúa. You will find hermitages like Santa Irene.

Accommodation in a 2* hotel.


DAY 6: Rúa - Santiago → 14.2 miles

After passing behind Pedrouzo, you go up through Amenal and down to Lavacolla. You will climb again until you reach Monte do Gozo. From here you will see the towers of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela for the first time. Only four kilometers separate you from the city. Go through the Barrio de San Lázaro, pass through the Porta do Camiño or Puerta del Camino, leave Plaza Cervantes behind you and walk through the beautiful streets of the old town of Santiago de Compostela until you reach the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Congratulations, you did it!

Accommodation in a 3* hotel.


DAY 7: Santiago

Feel free to enjoy the city at your leisure.

Accommodation in a 3* hotel.


Day 8: Santiago - City of Origin

For now, the Camino has come to an end. But don’t worry, it will knock on your door again and you will come back again (or as many times as it takes).

But if you feel you can’t stop and want to continue discovering what the Camino has to offer you, you can go all the way to the end of the world, to Finisterre.


* Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


Important Notes

✔ 7 night-accommodation (room with private bathroom) in charming hotels and guesthouses.
✔ 7 special breakfasts.
✔ Luggage transfer during the stages (1 piece of luggage – max. 44 lbs).
✔ Transfers specified in the program.
✔ Complete documentation and travel notebook.
✔ Pilgrim’s credential.
✔ 24/7 Telephone assistance for emergencies
✔ Essential Travel insurance.
✔ VAT.

Does not include:

✘ Transportation City of origin – Sarria/ Santiago – City of origin.
✘ Personal expenses.
✘ Tips.
✘ Any service not specified in the above itinerary.


The trip is entirely on foot.

Fair Trade

There are many opportunities to consume products produced by local people.

Slow Food

Many of the dishes, fruit, cold meats, etc. that you will sample along the way come from the orchards that you will walk by along the way.

Culture and tradition

The Camino is full of legends, traditions and customs. Approach, ask politely, discover. Get to know all the people who come from different countries, open up, ask questions, share… It is an essential part of the experience.


Comfortable clothing and shoes. Low- or medium-heeled hiking boots. Flip-flops for showering and walking. Something warm for the mornings and evenings (in summer). For the rest of the year, clothing should be adapted to the season. Clothing suitable for hiking. Windbreaker jacket.

Our trips are tailor made so you can choose what works best for you.

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