French Way Guided Tour | Lux

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French Way Guided Tour | Lux

Departure Dates:

5th of June 2018

25th of September 2018

Thinking about walking the last 100 km of the French Way in style? Join our guided tour on the Camino de Santiago, and stay in lovely country cottages, historical buildings and the 5* Parador de los Reyes Católicos in Santiago de Compostela!

And all this accompanied by an English and Spanish speaking guide! With our assistance it will be easier for you to finish the last 100 km of this route.

There will always be a support bus in case you have any problem or if you are too tired.

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Day 1:

You will be transferred from Santiago Airport to Sarria, on a private van.

Day 2: Sarria – Portomarín (22 km)

The group will depart from the centre of Sarria. The walk to Portomarín is quite peaceful, through rural areas and unpaved paths. We recommend to stop in Morgade, which is half way, to get some rest.

Day 3: Portomarín – Palas de Rei (25 km)

Second day, and probably the most challenging one. We recommend to stop at the church of Santa María de Castromaior.
There are other Romanesque constructions on the way, that are worth a visit.

Palas de Rei will mark the end of this walking day.

Day 4: Palas de Rei – Melide (14 km)

The walk from Palas de Rei to Melide is quite pleasant, as is it is shorter than the previous days. The Camino passes through small rural areas, woods and the countryside (but still some facilities on the way if you need to stop and rest).

Melide is very popular because of the way octopus is cooked. We strongly recommend you to taste this Camino de Santiago delicacy!

Day 5: Melide – Arzúa (15 km)

The way from Melide to Arzúa will take the group through Ribadiso. This small hamlet is in the entrance of Arzúa, and it is considered by many pilgrims “the best spot of the whole French Way”.

What do we recommend to eat in Arzúa? Of course, the local cheese!

Day 6: Arzúa – Pedrouzo (19 km)

Be ready again for a longer walking day (comparad to the previous ones). But the terrain is not particularly challenging.
There are some highlights on the way from Arzúa to O Pedrouzo: for example, the Chapel of Santa Irene.

Day 7: Pedrouzo – Santiago (20 km)

And the final stage of the French Way is here: from O Pedrouzo to Santiago.

The group will stop in Monte do Gozo for a few minutes, right before approaching the city centre of Santiago de Compostela. This is like a tradition, made by all those pilgrims walking the final kilometres of the French Way.

After checking in, it’s time to go to the Pilgrim’s Office to get the Certificate.

Day 8:

Check out Santiago

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