Camino de Santiago Route Cantabrian coast in Paradores
Follow the Cantabrian coast from the Cantabrian inland to Santiago among beaches, cliffs, green hills and charming fishing villages.Day 1. Departure. Sunday. Parador de LimpiasOn the right bank of the estuary, where the waters of the river Asón approach the sea, is the welcoming and peaceful village of Limpias. Day 2. Monday. Parador de Santillana del MarGijón: historical, commercial and industrial, where the sea, the rolling mountains and the big city come together to create one of the most attractive cities in the north of Spain. Its mild climate invites you to enjoy it all year round. Day 3. Tuesday. Parador de Gijón.Following the coast along the Jacobean Route of the Northern Way we arrive in Ribadeo, a Lugo fishing town bordering Galicia and Asturias.Day 4. Wednesday. Parador de RibadeoWithout leaving the coast, we reach Ferrol, one of the most unknown corners of Galicia. In the centre of this marine, naval and military town, in its symbolic La Magdalena neighbourhood, the nerve centre of FerrolDays 5 and 6. Thursday and Friday. Parador de FerrolWe finish our pilgrimage in Santiago, where the Apostle’s tomb is located. Santiago is a world heritage site and offers visitors countless places to visit.Day 7. Saturday. Parador de Santiago de CompostelaSantiago is a magical city of almost indescribable beauty, where you will not only look, but you will also feel. In addition to the cathedral and the spectacular Obradoiro and Quintana squares, other sights include Santa María A Real do Sar Collegiate Church. The route includes: a 7-night stay in a standard double room under the chosen regime (bed and breakfast or half board).The route does not include: transport. This is at the expense of the guests, as are any tours and access to monuments or places of interest (the information offered is provided merely for guidance).