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Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago Overview

Discover the great pilgrims’ city of Santiago de Compostela after walking the final stage of the Camino de Santiago.

Highlights of Camino de Santiago

  • Experience the tranquillity of the Camino del Norte in rural Northern Spain
  • Arrive at Santiago de Compostela - the culmination of 7 days and 160km of walking
  • Receive a Compostela Certificate when you successfully complete your pilgrimage
  • Stay at the exquisite Pazo Santa Maria country house and the Parador de Vilalba - a converted medieval tower
  • Visit magnificent medieval monasteries and cathedrals en route

    This interesting pilgrimage walk takes you along the final stretch from Ribadeo to Santiago, before arriving at the famous Santiago de Compostela on foot. The Camino Del Norte is not as busy than other parts of the Camino de Santiago so you can walk in relative solitude, quietly contemplating your pilgrimage, and taking in the lovely scenery of rural Galicia in Northern Spain. Trip highlights include tasting local cuisine, staying in some beautiful hotels which are full of character, strolling along pretty forest trails, and of course, arriving at the striking cathedral as the finale of your journey.

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