FRENCH SANTIAGO PATH[/text_box] [text_box width=”43″ position_x=”50″ position_x__sm=”20″ position_y=”85″ position_y__sm=”85″ position_y__md=”80″] [button text=”book this trip” color=”secondary” radius=”99″ link=”#form”] [/text_box] [/ux_banner] [row style=”collapse” width=”full-width” v_align=”middle” h_align=”center” depth_hover=”2″] [col span=”3″ span__sm=”12″ align=”center”] [featured_box img=”146″ inline_svg=”0″ img_width=”31″ pos=”left” font_size=”large”]
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Fátima – Sarria Santiago – Fátima[/featured_box] [/col] [col span=”3″ span__sm=”12″] [featured_box img=”148″ img_width=”31″ pos=”left” font_size=”large”]
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The last 100 kilometers from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela.
With the meeting point set in Fátima, we take the road where in Galician lands we start our French Way, covering wonderful natural landscapes. We can see different cultures and enjoy the local cuisine, such as the famous “pulpo” in Melide. There are many pilgrims who travel this mythical path, together we will walk in 5 beautiful steps to Santiago.[/col] [col span=”3″ span__sm=”12″ padding=”20px 0px 0px 0px”] [button text=”Book Now” color=”secondary” size=”large” expand=”true” link=”#form”] [/col] [/row] [row style=”collapse”] [col span__sm=”12″] [tabgroup style=”tabs” nav_size=”xlarge”] [tab title=”Daily Itinerary”] [row_inner] [col_inner span=”6″ span__sm=”12″]
Fátima – Sarria (Route in our private vehicle)
Our meeting point will be in Fátima – Rotunda Sul at 1:20 pm. Where we will leave towards Sarria. The estimated time of arrival in Sarria will be at 7:30 pm. In Sarria, we spent the night, in a Private Hostel.
Sarria – Portomarín (22Km)
On the way to our first stage we will discover many beautiful villages like Barbelo, Ferreiros, Vilachá and Portormarín, where we will sleep. We will also see important monuments, such as the “Santiago de Barbelo” Church, famous for its shocking architecture, the Romanesque portico of the Ferreiros Church, the legendary
kilometer 100 landmark and the fortified church of San Nicólas in Portomarín.
Portomarín – Palas de Rei (25 Km)
Today’s stage will take us through paths between beautiful oak and eucalyptus forests, passing through the villages of Gonzar, Ventas de Narón, Ligonde, Airexe, A Brea and finally Palas de Rei, where we will spend the night. Here, we can admire the Romanesque portico of the Church of “San Tirso”.
Palas de Rei – Boente (21 Km)
Today we will cross the border that separates the provinces of Lugo and A Coruña, crossing an ancient Roman bridge. Once in the province of A Coruña we can marvel at real jewels of the French Way, such as the Church of La Virgen de las nieves, the Roman bridge in Furelos, the Churches of Sancti Spiritus and Santa Maria de Melide, in Melide, where we will be sleeping. Melide is a very famous place for its octopus, and you certainly do not want to miss this special delicacy. Today’s stage ends in Boente a few kilometers after Melide, where we return in our private vehicle.
Boente – Pedrouzo (27Km)
Today will be the longest leg of our journey, but these 27 km will certainly remain in your memory, as its natural beauty will not be easily erased. From Boente, a small town with the spectacular church of Santiago de Boente, we will depart towards Arzúa where we can see the beautiful chapel of La Magdalena, built in the Gothic style and founded in the 19th century. XIX. Arzúa is also known for its famous and delicious cheese with a designation of origin and produced in this Galician city. After passing Salceda and Santa Irene, we will end this long but beautiful stage in Pedrouzo, where we can attend mass in the Church of the “Concha” and where the Priest usually blesses all the pilgrims who attend it.
Pedrouzo – Santiago (20Km) The day of emotion!
These 20 km that connect Pedrouzo to Santiago,
make this stage the stage of consecration. After leaving Pedrouzo and going around Santiago Airport, we quickly arrived at Monte do Gozo, preceded by a huge straight line, the straight line of the Galician television station, in São Marcos. In Monte do Gozo, which is in itself one of the most emblematic places on the whole Way, due to its spectacular panoramic view of Santiago de Compostela, where from the monument to Pope John Paul II we can see our goal: the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
Free day in Santiago and return to Fátima
Free day in Santiago, where we recommend attending the Mass of the Pilgrim, in which if we have the opportunity we can still watch the Bota-fumeiro. You can take the opportunity to go to Compostela, visit the historic area full of monuments, squares and streets. You can see the market, where we can buy local products. After the visit and at the agreed time, we returned to Fátima. Where a new path for your life begins![/accordion-item] [/accordion] [/tab] [tab title=”Dates & Prices”]
25 / Apr-01 / May
16 / May-22May
20 / Jun-26 / Jun
15 / Aug-21 / Aug
26 / Sep-02 / Oct
07 / Nov-13 / Nov
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THE FEEDING[/ux_image_box] [/col_inner] [col_inner span=”8″ span__sm=”12″]
- All breakfasts are included.
- As well as snacks, bars, fruit, water, (small snacks) are included along and throughout the Way.
- Lunch and dinner NOT included, and for dinner, it is possible to cook in the hostels, as they are equipped with a kitchen.
- It is recommended to bring food for the first day.
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- All overnight stays are included, it will be 6 nights in private hostels that we have carefully selected to make you feel at home.
- The hostels are equipped with: Kitchen for free use, washing machine and dryer, Internet (Wi-Fi); bar and restaurant.
- To sleep in hostels you need to bring a sleeping bag.
- The hostels selected by us, are comfortable and will be a point of sharing experiences with other pilgrims who also spend the night there.
THE Walk[/ux_image_box] [/col_inner] [col_inner span=”8″ span__sm=”12″]
You will walk at your own pace. The path is well signposted and you will not have to accompany anyone. We will have meeting points along the way with our support vehicle, roughly every 4 kilometers. The support car will have at your disposal: Snacks, bars, fruit and water, as well as ensuring that everything is fine with you. We also offer assistance for unexpected situations or simply to relieve any muscle pain and blisters on your feet that may arise. Do not worry that you are never alone on the way, and if for any reason you cannot keep walking, you can use our support vehicle until you wish or continue on the way the next day.[/col_inner] [col_inner span=”4″ span__sm=”12″] [ux_image_box style=”push” img=”126″ image_height=”56.25%”]
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Our journey begins in the city of Fátima with the meeting point scheduled on Saturday.
However, if you wish, we can pick you up at Lisbon Airport, Porto Airport, your home, in short, anywhere, just send us a message and we will try to get you all the details, as well as the additional cost of doing so.
Extra nights: if you want to stay a few more days in Santiago or Portugal, even if it is before or after making the journey, we are at your disposal to assist and we will be delighted to be able to help you in this whole process.[/col_inner] [/row_inner] [/tab] [tab title=”More Information”]
Camino de Santiago With Outmore includes:
- Private support vehicle and all transfers
- Overnight stays in private hostels
- All breakfasts
- Snacks, water, fruit and bars along the way
- Logistical assistance along the way
- Radio intercom
- Stage program and cultural information
- Vieira and pilgrim credential
- Travel insurance during the tour
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