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CAMINO SARRIA TO SANTIAGO 8 DAYS

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5-7 hours

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Unlimited

Languages

English

Overview

The Camino Sarria to Santiago (or Way of Saint James) is the most popular section of the entire Camino de Santiago. This section, the camino Sarria to Santiago, is perfect for those pilgrims who want to experience how it is to be a pilgrim capture the essence of the Camino de Santiago.

Meet other pilgrims

During your Camino Sarria to Santiago, you will have the opportunity to venture off on many pleasant hikes, all while getting to enjoy the wonderful local cuisine. This route is ideal for meeting other pilgrims and immersing ourselves in the incredible natural setting that will accompany us throughout the entire Camino de Santigo.

Camino Sarria to Santiago

Your Camino Sarria to Santiago departs from the Galician town of Sarria, which is located about 100 km away from Santiago de Compostela. The distance of the Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago is around 100 km, which is the minimum distance required for pilgrims to receive the traditional “Compostela” certificate, verifying they have done the Camino de Santiago.

Camino Sarria to Santiago

Your destination

During your Camino Sarria to Santiago you will walk through beautiful forests, farmlands and rustic villages following trails and paths that are surrounded by stonewalls. You will be able to admire the beautiful green landscape that is so characteristic of Galicia. At the end of this stage we will reach our destination: Santiago de Compostela.

In Santiago de Compostela you can receive our “Compostela” certificate and visit the city’s beautiful old town, which has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site.

FROM DAY TO DAY

Your daily program during your Camino Sarria to Santiago. 

Day 1 Arrival in Sarria

After arriving at the airport you go to Sarria. Once you arrive in Sarria, you can visit the town centre where you can discover churches, chapels, monasteries and hospitals of pilgrims that will connect you from the first day with the essence of the Camino de Santiago. The main street of Sarria, Rúa Maior, has a picturesque atmosphere where we suggest you enjoy a good coffee during the afternoon. It is advisable to visit the Church of Santa Mariña with its evocative pilgrim mural, the Castle and the Fortress of Sarria, as well as the La Magdalena Monastery. Now get some rest, tomorrow your Camino Sarria to Santiago starts!

Day 2 Sarria – Portomarin 22 km

For your first day of walking on your Camino Sarria to Santiago, you will have a quiet route through beautiful villages under the shade of oak trees along extensive rural roads. Along the trail you will find traditional Galician barns. It is advisable to visit the Romanesque Church in the village of Barbadelo. After you cross the river Mino and climb the stairs, you can relax in the village  Portomarin.

Camino Sarria to Santiago

Day 3 Portomarin – Palas de Rei 25 km

Once you leave the beautiful town of Portomarín, the Camino Sarria to Santiago crosses the River Miño 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. Take a rest at the Romanesque Church of Santa María de Castromaior and the Romanesque Church of Eirexe where you can see a sculpture of the Pilgrim of Santiago. 

Day 4 Palas de Rei – Melide – 15 km

The Camino Sarria to Santiago on this journey will start on the descent and take you inside beautiful rural trails to Coto. You will continue uphill and downhill through beautiful places like that formed by the River Iso, in Ribadiso. Your next destination is Melide, where you can eat the best ‘pulpo’ of Galicia. Try it!

Day 5 Melide – Arzua 15 km

The next stage on your Camino to Sarria to Santiago goes to Arzua. You walk through meadows to the cobbled passage of the River Catasol  and let yourself be seduced by the beauty of the landscape, almost like a postcard. Once in Arzúa, try its famous local cheese, as well as visit the churches of Santa Maria and A Magdalena.

Day 6 Arzua – A Rua 18 km

On this stage of the Camino Sarria to Santiago you will start walking downhill and then pass through beautiful forests, quiet villages and several streams throughout the day. When you are in A Calle de Ferreiros you should take an exit to the right and cross the village of Boavista. You will have the opportunity to visit the Chapel of Santa Irene, with its famous statue of Santiago, just before making the last stretch of the stage before entering A Rúa.

Day 7 A Rua – Santiago de Compostela 21 km 

Once you leave A Rúa, the next point on your route will be O Pedrouzo. Once there, you will have to take Calle Concello and, when you pass by the football field, turn left onto a dirt track. You will cross San Paio, just after bordering Santiago Airport and, a little further on, you will pass in front of the Church of Lavacolla. You will continue the pilgrimage to Monte do Gozo from where you can contemplate the majesty of the Cathedral of Santiago.

Camino Sarria to Santiago

Once you arrive in Santiago, you will be able to admire its rich local architecture and delight in its historic centre declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. If you want to attend the Pilgrim’s Mass, in Santiago de Compostela, start your route very early in the morning so that you will have finished your Camino before noon.

Day 8 Return from Santiago de Compostela

After breakfast you can enjoy the pilgrim town for a while before your journey home starts. If you want to extend your Camino Sarria to Santiago with an extra day in Santiago de Compostela, let us know. It’s definitely worth it!

 

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • During your camino Sarria to Santiago you walk in 6 stages from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela
  • You follow the route from the famous Camino to Santiago
  • The total number of kilometers is 125 and the stages are about 20 km per day
  • You walk from the beautiful medieval town of Sarria to Santiago de Compostela in the green and natural Galicia
  • Passes Portomarin and Melide, famous for its pulpo, you reach Santiago de Compostela
  • Along the way you will enjoy the cultural richness, the delicious gastronomy and the cordiality of the local inhabitants
  • Departure every day of the year
  • Accommodations are selected on the basis of quality and are located
  • Rooms with bathroom and breakfast included

What you will do

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Day 1 Arrival in Sarria
Day 1 Arrival in Sarria
After arriving at the airport you go to Sarria. Once you arrive in Sarria, you can visit the town centre where you can discover churches, chapels, monasteries and hospitals of pilgrims that will connect you from the first day with the essence of the Camino de Santiago. The main street of Sarria, Rúa Maior, has a picturesque atmosphere where we suggest you enjoy a good coffee during the afternoon. It is advisable to visit the Church of Santa Mariña with its evocative pilgrim mural, the Castle and the Fortress of Sarria, as well as the La Magdalena Monastery. Now get some rest, tomorrow your Camino Sarria to Santiago starts!
Day 2 Sarria - Portomarin 22 km
Day 2 Sarria - Portomarin 22 km
For your first day of walking on your Camino Sarria to Santiago, you will have a quiet route through beautiful villages under the shade of oak trees along extensive rural roads. Along the trail you will find traditional Galician barns. It is advisable to visit the Romanesque Church in the village of Barbadelo. After you cross the river Mino and climb the stairs, you can relax in the village  Portomarin. 
Day 3 Portomarin - Palas de Rei 25 km
Day 3 Portomarin - Palas de Rei 25 km
Once you leave the beautiful town of Portomarín, the Camino Sarria to Santiago crosses the River Miño 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. Take a rest at the Romanesque Church of Santa María de Castromaior and the Romanesque Church of Eirexe where you can see a sculpture of the Pilgrim of Santiago. 
Day 4 Palas de Rei - Melide 15 km
Day 4 Palas de Rei - Melide 15 km
The Camino Sarria to Santiago on this journey will start on the descent and take you inside beautiful rural trails to Coto. You will continue uphill and downhill through beautiful places like that formed by the River Iso, in Ribadiso. Your next destination is Melide, where you can eat the best 'pulpo' of Galicia. Try it! 
Day 5 Melide - Arzua 18 km
Day 5 Melide - Arzua 18 km
The next stage on your Camino to Sarria to Santiago goes to Arzua. You walk through meadows to the cobbled passage of the River Catasol  and let yourself be seduced by the beauty of the landscape, almost like a postcard. Once in Arzúa, try its famous local cheese, as well as visit the churches of Santa Maria and A Magdalena.
Day 6 Arzua - A Rua 18 km
Day 6 Arzua - A Rua 18 km
On this stage of the Camino Sarria to Santiago you will start walking downhill and then pass through beautiful forests, quiet villages and several streams throughout the day. When you are in A Calle de Ferreiros you should take an exit to the right and cross the village of Boavista. You will have the opportunity to visit the Chapel of Santa Irene, with its famous statue of Santiago, just before making the last stretch of the stage before entering A Rúa.
Day 7 A Rua - Santiago de Compostela 21 km
Day 7 A Rua - Santiago de Compostela 21 km
Once you leave A Rúa, the next point on your route will be O Pedrouzo. Once there, you will have to take Calle Concello and, when you pass by the football field, turn left onto a dirt track. You will cross San Paio, just after bordering Santiago Airport and, a little further on, you will pass in front of the Church of Lavacolla. You will continue the pilgrimage to Monte do Gozo from where you can contemplate the majesty of the Cathedral of Santiago.
Day 8 Return from Santiago de Compostela
Day 8 Return from Santiago de Compostela
After breakfast you can enjoy the pilgrim town for a while before your journey home starts. If you want to extend your Camino Sarria to Santiago with an extra day in Santiago de Compostela, let us know. It's definitely worth it!

Included/Excluded

  • Price per person in a double room
  • 7 nights in a double room with private bathroom and breakfast
  • Luggage transport from accommodation to accommodation
  • Flights
  • Transfers from your airport to Sarria

Languages

English

Activity Types

Camino Santiago

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FAQs

Why is Santiago de Compostella the end point of the Camino Santiago?
The pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostella (also called Saint James route or Way of Saint James) is the pilgrimage route to the tomb of the apostle James in Santiago de Compostella in Spain. The main route through Spain is the Camino Francés, which runs from the Pyrenees to the tomb of James. This route passes through the cities of Pamplona, Estella, Logroño, Burgos, León, Astorga and Ponferrada.
Is the route suitable for inexperienced walkers?
Although the camino is accessible to everyone, experience and good physical condition are recommended.
What to bring during my walking trip?
On the way you walk with a small backpack. In it you put some things you need for on the go. Think of some food, drinks, sunscreen, a raincoat. The rest of your luggage is taken from accommodation to accommodation.
What if I have an accident on the way or if something happens to me?
You can contact us anytime and we will like for a solution together.

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