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8 Days & 7 Nights
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Camino Final Stage - Sarria to Santiago - 8 Days

  • Walk the last 100km of the Camino de Santiago
  • The pilgrim's mass at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
  • Collect your Compostela from the Pilgrim's Office in Santiago
  • Forge lifelong friendships with fellow pilgrims from all over the world
  • Visit an abundance of churches, chapels, and historic landmarks along the path
Walk the classic final stage of the Camino de Santiago, covering the last 100km over six walking days. This breaks up the longest day (usually 28km) between Palas de Rei and Arzua. By adding an extra night you will have more time and energy to embrace all that the final stage of Camino Frances has to offer. The gentle rolling hills of Galicia, charming villages with pretty churches, outstanding local cuisine, and the friendliness of the locals all combine to create a truly unforgettable experience of rural Spain.

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Sarria and overnight Day 2 Sarria to Portomarín 14.9 miles / 24 km Day 3 Portomarín to Palas de Rei 14.9 miles / 24 km Day 4 Palas de Rei to Melide 9.3 miles / 15 km Day 5 Melide to Arzúa 8 miles / 13 km Day 6 Arzúa to A Rúa 11.8 miles / 19 km Day 7 A Rúa to Santiago de Compostela 11.2 miles / 18 km Day 8 Onward travel
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  • Walking the Camino de Santiago

    The Camino de Santiago in Spain is the heart of the modern pilgrimage world, and every year, thousands take to its various paths to trek to Santiago de Compostela. A deep spiritual sense accompanies this walk, whether you are looking for it or not. People undertake pilgrimages for a multitude of reasons and it is meeting these fellow pilgrims, hearing their stories and sharing your adventure with them that makes a Camino tour a life-changing event.

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  • Everything you need to know about the Camino de Santiago.

    In this video, Rachel and Ewan talk through the main points of walking the Camino.  While there are more detailed videos on most of the points covered, this is a great place to start to give you a general overview of what walking the Camino Frances is going to be like.  

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  • What to pack for the Camino de Santiago

    One of the most important things people think about when walking the Camino is what to pack.  There are some essentials, but most people are trying to lighten their load and carry their backpacks with them as they go.  This is amazing, but with Macs Adventure, we transfer your luggage for you (which is not cheating!!) so you can pack whatever you like.  

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  • How to travel to the Camino de Santiago

    How do you get to Sarria?  How do you get back from Leon? There are so many start and endpoints on this massive spiritual journey, that we thought it would be helpful to make a video that told you exactly how to get to and from the various points along the route.  No longer need you wonder about getting from Biarritz to St Jean Pied de Port, it is all laid out here for you.  

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  • How many days to walk the Camino?

    With a walk that stretches all the way across the north of Spain, you might imagine that there is a lot of different itineraries on this route.  In this video we break down how many days it takes to walk the Camino de Santiago and all the different ways you can break it up. 

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