Camino Frances Easy Walk | Last 100km Guided Tour

  • 8 October 2022
  • 10 Nights
  • 995 Per Person
  • Dublin
  • Spain

Experience the famous Camino Frances from Sarria at a relaxed pace with this Easy Walk guided Camino tour. There are Camino de Santiago routes but the Camino Frances is by far the best known, as featured in movies such as Martin Sheen’s The Way. Our Camino Frances Wasy Walk guided tour takes pilgrims on a wonderful journey, walking the last 100kms of the famous Camino Frances route into Santiago de Compostela over 10 days.
Sarria is the pilgrims’ favourite starting point as 100kms is the distance required in order to be able to request your Compostela pilgrim certificate. The group will be walking a manageable distnace of approximately 10kms each day so you can experience the Camino at a gentle pace.
From the market town of Sarria, the group will walk through the rolling green countryside of Galicia, across oak forests, little villages and pretty hamlets.
The group will travel by bus to the trail each morning so you don’t need to pack your bags each day and enjoy your Camino experience in comfort.
All walkers will get their official pilgrim passport so you can stamp it along the way and get your Compostela certificate at the Pilgrims Office.
If you have always dreamt of walking the Camino de Santiago and you wanted to join a guided group to share this experience with, the Camino Frances Easy Walk guided tour is perfect for you.

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Camino Frances Easy Walk | Last 100km Guided Tour

Experience the famous Camino Frances from Sarria at a relaxed pace with this Easy Walk guided Camino tour. There are Camino de Santiago routes but the Camino Frances is by far the best known, as featured in movies such as Martin Sheen’s The Way. Our Camino Frances Wasy Walk guided tour takes pilgrims on a wonderful journey, walking the last 100kms of the famous Camino Frances route into Santiago de Compostela over 10 days.
Sarria is the pilgrims’ favourite starting point as 100kms is the distance required in order to be able to request your Compostela pilgrim certificate. The group will be walking a manageable distnace of approximately 10kms each day so you can experience the Camino at a gentle pace.
From the market town of Sarria, the group will walk through the rolling green countryside of Galicia, across oak forests, little villages and pretty hamlets.
The group will travel by bus to the trail each morning so you don’t need to pack your bags each day and enjoy your Camino experience in comfort.
All walkers will get their official pilgrim passport so you can stamp it along the way and get your Compostela certificate at the Pilgrims Office.
If you have always dreamt of walking the Camino de Santiago and you wanted to join a guided group to share this experience with, the Camino Frances Easy Walk guided tour is perfect for you.

Itinerary

Direct return flights from Dublin to Santiago de Compostela (Flights from other airports can also be arranged. Please enquire for details)
Hand luggage & checked luggage (subject to airline’s terms and conditions)
Meet & greet on arrival
Private coach transfer to your hotel with English speaking guide assistance
5 nights hotel accommodation in Lugo
5 nights hotel accommodation in Santiago de Compostela
Meals: daily breakfast and dinner at your accommodation
24/7 assistance by our team of local representatives and Camino specialist guides
9 walking days accompanied by Camino specialist guides
2-hour guided walking tour of Santiago de Compostela
Private coach transfers between hotel and the walking route
Camino information pack including route notes, practical information and the official pilgrim passport

OPTIONAL
Travel Insurance (please refer to our travel insurance page for details)

DAY 1: Start your Camino journey
It is time to start your Camino journey! After your flight to Santiago de Compostela – Rosalia de Castro Airport, the group will meet the guide at the arrivals hall and travel to the hotel in Lugo city where you will be staying for the next five nights.

DAY 2 – WALKING FROM SARRIA TO MORGADE – 12KMS
Your first day walking the Camino de Santiago from Sarria is quite easy and the group will be walking 12kms to the hamlet of Morgade along oak woods and quiet country roads. You will be crossing the medieval bridge of Ponte Aspera and the Romanesque Saint James Church in Barbadelo.

DAY 3 – WALKING FROM MORGADE TO PORTOMARIN – 10KMS
From Morgade the Camino trail continues to the small village of Ferreiros and along country roads mainly downhill until you reach the bridge over the River Mino. Across the river and up the steps you will enter the town of Portomarin, which was moved from the valley in the 1960s when the river dam was built.

DAY 4 – WALKING FROM PORTOMARIN TO VENTAS DE NARON – 13KMS
Today we leave Portomarin behind, cross the River Mino again and walk uphill towards Gonzar and the Castromaior with its lovely Romanesque Santa Maria Church and nearby ‘castro’ village.

DAY 5 – WALKING FROM VENTAS DE NARON TO PALAS DE REI – 12KMS
Today the group has an easy walking day ahead from Ventas de Naron, passing small hamlets such as Eirexe and Lestedo across the Serra de Ligonde.

DAY 6 – WALKING FROM PALAS DE REI TO MELIDE – 15KMS
Wonderful forest and country trails await today as you leave Palas de Rei behind. About 3kms from Palas, you will pass the pretty hamlet of San Xiao do Camino with its wayside cross and Romanesque Church.

Spot the iconic Galician granaries known as ‘horreos’ which are used to store grain and a constant feature in rural Galicia. More Romanesque churches, farmland and country lanes make today’s journey.

DAY 7 – WALKING FROM MELIDE TO ARZUA – 14KMS
From Melide, the Camino continues today to the market town of Arzua, famous for its ‘tetilla’ cheese. The group will walk along country lanes and pass the lovely hamlet of Ribadiso with its medieval bridge.

DAY 8 – WALKING FROM ARZUA TO RUA – 18KMS
From Arzua, the Camino de Santiago trail takes pilgrims again through more woodland and quiet little hamlets in rural Galicia.

Don’t forget to stamp your pilgrim passport twice each day, you can do that at churches (stop at the Santa Irene Chapel with the figure of St James), cafes, shops and hotels and guesthouses.

The trail to the pretty hamlet of Rúa offers pilgrims a good mix of country roads and forest tracks.

DAY 9 – WALKING FROM RUA TO LAVACOLLA – 11KMS
Today you have another easy walking day ahead, along forest tracks and small hamlets to the tiny village of Lavacolla, in the outskirts of Santiago.

DAY 10 – WALKING FROM LAVACOLLA TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA – 10KMS
Today is your last day walking the Camino de Santiago and you can sense the excitement.
From Monte do Gozo you will catch your first glimpse of Santiago Cathedral.

As you walk down the steps into Praza de Obradoiro this is the culmination of your Camino journey: you have arrived at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. This is a wonderful and emotional moment for pilgrims, a day to remember, enjoy it!

DAY 11 – SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
The group will travel back to the airport around lunchtime but before that, enjoy a guided tour of Santiago de Compostela, exploring its wonderful UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town.

We hope you enjoyed the Camino de Santiago Easy Walking tour!

Price per person based on two adults sharing rooms with private facilities
Single occupancy is available on request at a supplement (enquire for details)
Airport taxes, charges and airline related fees included
Travel insurance is available as optional extra
Deposit of €200 is required at the time of booking
Meals where not stated, in-flight catering and expenses of personal nature are not included
Itinerary may be subject to change
Bookings are financially protected under our license and bond held with the Commission for Aviation Regulation

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