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Sarria. Portomarin. Palas Do Rei. Melide . Arzua . Amenal . Santiago de Compostela

The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage is an enjoyable and achievable way to experience the beautiful landscapes of northern Spain while taking an inner journey.


With stunning scenery and historic landmarks, this is a walk that will stay with you long after the trip has ended. You'll explore the many trails and villages that make this pilgrimage so unique and revered. Take in the breathtaking views and immerse yourself in the culture as you make your way to Santiago de Compostela.


If you’re looking to take on your own pilgrimage – along a route filled with beautiful countryside and rustic villages of Northern Spain – start here, at the Camino de Santiago.


On this eight-day trip, complete the last 60 miles of the pilgrimage route to Santiago and receive a "compostela" at the finish to prove your accomplishment. Refuel with tasty Spanish food and take the time to stop and smell the flowers – it’s active but at a slower, more picturesque pace.


8 days l 7 nights


From $1299 per person sharing


7 nights accommodation

6 days trekking with bilingual guide

7 breakfasts 

Luggage transport throughout


Daily April through October

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Day 1 Sarria

Arrive at the joining hotel at any time. At leisure until our welcome meeting and walk briefing tonight. 

Accommodation: La Casona (or similar)


Day 2  Sarria/Portomarín

Start hiking from Sarria to Portomarín, covering about 14 miles over the course of the day. Pass through many lovely towns along the way and choose to have a picnic in places such as Barbadelo, Renta or Ferreiros. Spend the night in the riverside city of Portomarin.

Accommodation: Hotel Villajardin (or similar) (B)

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Day 3   Portomarin/Palas de Rei

Leave Portomarin behind in the early light of the morning to make the most of the day. This stretch is a mix of ups and downs through beautiful scenery. The entire area has a rich history, especially during the Middle Ages.

Accommodation: Alda Palas de Rei (or similar) (B)

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Day 4   Palas de Rei/Melide

Head west and continue the pilgrimage, passing through the lush green valleys of Galicia. Covering about 10 miles today, the day again passes through many lovely villages and towns along the way, offering ample opportunity for rest stops and time to pick up any needed supplies before arriving to Melide.

Accommodation:  El Chiquitin (or similar) (B,)


Day 5  Melide/Arzúa

Leaving Melide, the Camino crosses several streams and follows a forest track to the village of Boente with its church of Santiago. Next is the scenic medieval village of Ribadiso and finally the town of Arzúa. In Arzúa, visit the churches of Santa María and A Magdalena.

Accommodation:  Pensión Domus Gallery  (or similar) (B)

Image by Katie Moum

Day 6  Arzúa/Amenal

Walk through pretty woods, sleepy villages and across streams most of the day. The chapel of Santa Irene, with its unique statue of Santiago, is worth a visit. En-route, don't miss the lovely hamlet of Rúa. The rest of the route to Amenal is along a mix of good and calm country roads and forest tracks.

Stay:  Hotel Amenal, (or similar) (B)


Day 7  Amenal/Santiago de Compostela

Leave early in order to reach Santiago de Compostela in time for the pilgrim's mass. Walk the last part of the pilgrimage and enjoy the scenery before the baroque, painted towers of the cathedral come into view. Later, explore this fascinating city and sip some wine in a café to celebrate the incredible journey. Upon reaching our goal, the pilgrimage is not complete without a visit to the cathedral on the magnificent Praza do Obradoiro, which houses the supposed tomb of St. James the Apostle.

Accommodation: A Tafona do Peregrino, (or similar) (B)

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Day 8  Depart Santiago de Compostela

Depart at any time.


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