You will leave Salamanca in the direction of Aldeaseca de la Armuña, continuing towards Castellanos de Villiquera. You will continue along dirt tracks towards Calzada de Valdunciel, where you will be able to visit an Interpretation Centre of the Historical Roads. Afterwards you will arrive at Cubo del Vino, after 35 kilometres of the stage, so this will be a good place to make a stop. From here the road continues almost entirely on plains between dirt tracks, which makes it a very relaxed stretch. You will pass through Villanueva de Campeán before reaching Zamora.
Zamora is a city that preserves a great medieval Romanesque heritage. In its old town, you can visit places like the Castle, the Cathedral, the Plaza Mayor and El Merlú, the Stone Bridge, the church of San Juán Bautista, and of course its wall, with the Puerta del Obispo de Olivares. After strolling through the streets and visiting its heritage, you can come to rest and have some good pinchos in one of the bars in the old part of the town.