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Ribadeo - Santiago de Compostela by foot

North Road or Coast Road In both ways, this historic Camino de Santiago is known, the most traveled long route after the French Way.The oldest Camino de Santiago. Its origin dates back to the discovery of the tomb of the Apostle, when Alfonso II the Chaste pilgrim from Oviedo, capital of the young Kingdom of Asturias, to contemplate the newly discovered tomb.The itinerary will be the following, staying in selected hotels and charming houses:Day 1 - Arrival at RibadeoDay 2 - Ribadeo - Lourenza - 29 KmDay 3 - Lourenza - Abadín - 24 KmDay 4 - Abadín - Vilalba - 21 KmDay 5 - Vilalba - Baamonde - 21 KmDay 6 - Baamonde - Miraz - 20 kmDay 7 - Miraz - Sobrado - 20 KmDay 8 - Sobrado - Arzúa - 21 KmDay 9 - Arzúa - O Pedrouzo - 20 KmDay 10 - O Pedrouzo - Santiago - 20 KmDay 11 - Breakfast and end of the services.Available:Extra Night in Santiago: 70 € / personIndividual Room Supplement: 325 € / PersonHalf-board Supplement: 220 € / PersonCancellation Insurance: 20 € / PersonParador Supplement ( per person): 90 €Includes:Luggage transfer between stages.Travel InsuranceFull Itinerary of the RoutePilgrim's credentialsPhone support during the routeVAT

Price 740.0€ per person (taxes included)
Activities available in the following languages Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Place Arzúa (A Coruña) Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña) Sobrado (A Coruña) Abadín (Lugo) Lourenzá (Lugo) Ribadeo (Lugo) Vilalba (Lugo)
Duration 11 days
Activity category Spanish culture and traditions, The Camino de Santiago
Who is it for? LGBT, Senior, Adults without children, Families, Young people
Organising company CAMINO DE SANTIAGO RESERVAS
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