The final 100 kilometers to Santiago

Earn the Compostela in 7 days

About the Journey

Moderate. Daily walks between 20 to 30 kms a day (12 to 18 miles)

from 498€

All seasons

Self Guided

7 days / 6 nights

This itinerary covering the final 114 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago is for pilgrims who would like to earn the Compostela – the certificate awarded to pilgrim who have made the journey to Santiago for devotional, religious or spiritual reasons – but who do not have the time to devote to a longer journey. Because the cathedral authorities require pilgrims requesting the “Compostela” to have completed at least the final 100 kilometers on foot in a continuous fashion, in this, the final stage of the Camino de Santiago in Spain, you will enjoy the unparalleled hospitality of the Galician people as you make your way to the tomb of St. James in Compostela. Once there, you can request your Compostela at the Pilgrim’s office, and then attend the evening Pilgrim’s Mass at the cathedral, before taking in the sights and sounds of this ancient city with its unique mix of local residents, university students, and pilgrims from all over the world in Santiago’s lively historic city center.

DAY 1

Origin – Sarria

DAY 2

Sarria – Portomarín (21,6 kms. / 13,5 mi. )

DAY 3

Pamplona – La Rioja

DAY 4

Opción A Palas de Rei – Arzúa (28,7 kms / 17,8 mi.)
Opción B Palas de Rei –Melide 15 kms / 9,3 mi.)

DAY 5

Arzúa – Pedrouzo ( A Rúa) (19,2 kms. / 12 mi.)

DAY 6

O Pedrouzo ( Arca) – Santiago de Compostela (19,4 kms. / 12,1 mi.)

DAY 7

Santiago de Compostela – Return home

What is included:

  • 6 nights in double room with breakfast included.
  • Lugagge transportation.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Trip dossier
  • Continuous assistance from our office for the duration of your journey.

What is not included:

  • Transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the stages contracted.
  • Entrance fees to museums and monuments visited
  • Laundry.
  • Any extras not otherwise indicated.

OPTIONALS:

  • Transfer to /from airport, to /from hotel. ( upon request)

TO CONSIDER:

  • Available accommodation along the Camino varies from village to village. Your accommodation may be in one (*) or two (***) star hotels, bed and breakfast style accommodation or similar, monastic guest houses etc. All rooms contracted have private bathrooms.
  • The breakfast included in the price is usually a typical Spanish breakfast, consisting of coffee, hot chocolate tea (depending on the season), toast, jam, pastries and juices etc. Where your accommodation offers other options, this may be reinforces by cereals, cold cuts, cheese, hard-boiled eggs etc.
  • Where contracted, dinners are set-price menus that include an appetizer, a meat or fish entreé, dessert, bread, water or wine. After dinner coffee and drinks are not included. Dinners are reserved and served in the restaurants of the contracted hotels wherever possible. In some cases it may be necessary to reserve dinner in nearby restaurants.
  • Where contracted, the luggage transport service gives each individual traveler the right to the transport of one (1) piece of luggage weighing no more than 15 kilos (33 lbs).

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About the Journey

Moderate. Daily walks between 20 to 30 kms a day (12 to 18 miles)

from 498€

All seasons

Self Guided

7 days / 6 nights

This itinerary covering the final 114 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago is for pilgrims who would like to earn the Compostela – the certificate awarded to pilgrim who have made the journey to Santiago for devotional, religious or spiritual reasons – but who do not have the time to devote to a longer journey. Because the cathedral authorities require pilgrims requesting the “Compostela” to have completed at least the final 100 kilometers on foot in a continuous fashion, in this, the final stage of the Camino de Santiago in Spain, you will enjoy the unparalleled hospitality of the Galician people as you make your way to the tomb of St. James in Compostela. Once there, you can request your Compostela at the Pilgrim’s office, and then attend the evening Pilgrim’s Mass at the cathedral, before taking in the sights and sounds of this ancient city with its unique mix of local residents, university students, and pilgrims from all over the world in Santiago’s lively historic city center.

+ Program

DAY 1

Origin – Sarria

DAY 2

Sarria – Portomarín (21,6 kms. / 13,5 mi. )

DAY 3

Pamplona – La Rioja

DAY 4

Opción A Palas de Rei – Arzúa (28,7 kms / 17,8 mi.)
Opción B Palas de Rei –Melide 15 kms / 9,3 mi.)

DAY 5

Arzúa – Pedrouzo ( A Rúa) (19,2 kms. / 12 mi.)

DAY 6

O Pedrouzo ( Arca) – Santiago de Compostela (19,4 kms. / 12,1 mi.)

DAY 7

Santiago de Compostela – Return home
+ Includes

What is included:

  • 6 nights in double room with breakfast included.
  • Lugagge transportation.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Trip dossier
  • Continuous assistance from our office for the duration of your journey.

What is not included:

  • Transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the stages contracted.
  • Entrance fees to museums and monuments visited
  • Laundry.
  • Any extras not otherwise indicated.

OPTIONALS:

  • Transfer to /from airport, to /from hotel. ( upon request)
+ Notes

TO CONSIDER:

  • Available accommodation along the Camino varies from village to village. Your accommodation may be in one (*) or two (***) star hotels, bed and breakfast style accommodation or similar, monastic guest houses etc. All rooms contracted have private bathrooms.
  • The breakfast included in the price is usually a typical Spanish breakfast, consisting of coffee, hot chocolate tea (depending on the season), toast, jam, pastries and juices etc. Where your accommodation offers other options, this may be reinforces by cereals, cold cuts, cheese, hard-boiled eggs etc.
  • Where contracted, dinners are set-price menus that include an appetizer, a meat or fish entreé, dessert, bread, water or wine. After dinner coffee and drinks are not included. Dinners are reserved and served in the restaurants of the contracted hotels wherever possible. In some cases it may be necessary to reserve dinner in nearby restaurants.
  • Where contracted, the luggage transport service gives each individual traveler the right to the transport of one (1) piece of luggage weighing no more than 15 kilos (33 lbs).
+ Questions

BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!

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