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    Camino Frances - Section Easy Days 65km

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    Day 1 - Palas do Rei

    You will be booked in a hotel in the heart of the lively town of Palas do Rei. The rooms are en-suite.

    Day 2 - Palas do Rei to Melide (3h30, 14km)

    Today, the Camino continues slightly downhill, passing the village of Casanova and the charming village of Leboreiro. At Melide (454m), stop in one of the many restaurants to try some local specialties.

    Day 3 - Melide to Arzua (3h30, 14km)

    This is the perfect start as the stroll quickly leaves Melide and heads off to the quiet countryside, along forest track and through a few hamlets. At Boente de Ariba, you will pass by the ancient church of Santiago before continuing through a forest track and reaching Catanada. You will then cross a few streams, and the last stretch to Arzua is an long uphill bit. Once in Arzua, you can then relax in the hotel.

    Day 4 - Arzua to Rua-O Pino (4h30, 18km)

    This shaded section of the Camino will pass through woods, along streams and through sleepy villages. Take your time and visit the chapel of Santa Irena, with its unique statues of Santiago. The rest of the way to Rua/Opino is on a good and quiet country road. Rua (310m) is one of the less crowded stopping points before Santiago de Compostela.

    Day 5 - Rua to Lavacolla (2h30, 10km)

    The first few kilometres after Rua are mainly spent through wood and farmlands, on forest tracks and quiet country roads. After passing through the hamlet of San Paio, a few steep uphill bits lead you to Lavacolla, a long established landmark on the Camino.

    Day 6 - Lavacolla to Santiago de Compostela (2h30, 9.5km)

    Lavacolla was once the last village crossed by pilgrims before reaching their ultimate goal in Santiago. Leaving it behind you, you continue up and down through the quiet countryside before reaching the famous Monte de Gozo where pilgrims used to see the cathedral for the first time after weeks of walking. Quickly after it, you will enter the city of Santiago! (more info on Santiago)

    Day 7 - Santiago de Compostela

    After breakfast we bid you farewell.

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    Make it WOW

    Try a day tour to Fisterra and Muxia
    Visit Santiago and it's Cathedral with a Guide
    Do it Camino Royal Way or
    Add a quirky element to it like Yoga, aromatherapy, etc.


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    • Grade:Camino Walking Package difficulty
    • Distance:65 km
    • Duration:7 Days
    • Trip style:Self Guided
    • Price from:620 EUR
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