To do the Camino de Santiago as part of a group is an enriching experience both on a social and a personal level. During a week you will be travelling the last 110 kilometers connecting Sarria to Santiago along with other people like you who want to embark on this adventure. There will be a tour guide that accompanies us during the different stages. At the same time, It is not mandatory to follow the rhythm of other pilgrims. You can enjoy moments of solitude and walk at your own pace. Our starting point will be Sarria.

Arrival in Sarria (Lugo)

If you have chosen the option of traveling with our bus service you should only adapt to the departure time from your city. Departure times and places will be announced one month prior to the start date of the trip. If you choose to arrive to Sarria by your own, the traveller is responsible to arrive at the given accomodation on the chosen date.

First thing to do when we arrive in Sarria is go to the accommodation for check in and meet the group. The monitor will schedule an information meeting. At the meeting we will give to each traveler the pilgrim’s credentials, the luggage transport labels and some other gifts. After the meeting we can visit the village and get to know Sarria.

Sarria – portomarín

Dificultad LowTiempo estimado 5h 30’Distancia22,75 Km

The departure time will be after breakfast, the guide that will give us some details about the stage. After the introduction, it’s time to start walking.

The first part of the stage is characterized by landscapes and nature. A very comfortable path for the pilgrim who will not only find beauty in the landscape but also will have the opportunity to see some monuments such as the Churches of Ferreiros and Barbadelos, or the Fortress of San Nicolás. A few kilometers before reaching the end, we will find the Belesar basin near to Miño River, an indicator that we are already arriving. Finally we will reach Portomarín. End of the stage and arrival at the accommodation.

Portomarín – Palas de Rei

Dificultad LowTiempo estimado 5h 30’Distancia25 Km

This second stage is a bit more difficult than the first one, we will propose 7:30 am as departure time. We will start our journey after the guide’s speech. We will find some paved areas in contrast with the green landscapes.

During the walk we will have the chance to see the famous cruceiros and also we can contemplate two Monasterys: Vilar de Donas and San Salvador. It is an easy walk until getting to Palas de Rei.

Palas de Rei – Arzúa

Dificultad MediumTiempo estimado 7h 30’Distancia28,8 Km

The difficulty gradually increases so we will leave earlier than the previous phase. We will start our journey after the guide’s speech.

We are in the province of A Coruña. This stage is characterized by dirt roads, medieval bridges and leafy forest. Difficulty increases due to the distance and the differences in ground level. Once in Melide we have covered half way, from Melide there are only 14 kilometers to reach Arzúa, the end of the stage.

Arzua – Pedrouzo

Dificultad LowTiempo estimado 4h 40’Distancia19,2 Km

After the previous stage, we deserve a good rest so the starting time will be around 8 AM. It is the shorter and easiest stage of the entire tour. Its beauty will make us invest the time saved in stopping to look carefully at every detail. We will find amazing landscape and historical monuments before to arrive at Pedrouzo and find the accommodation.

Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela

Dificultad LowTiempo estimado 5h 00’Distancia19 Km

Even being the shortest stage we will start around 7 AM to take advantage of the day in Santiago. This is the last and the most exciting of the stages, after 5 hard days walking we will finally arrive to our goal, Santiago de Compostela. The shortest stage but one of the most exciting. We highly recommend to start walking early in order to arrive to Santiago as soon as possible to enjoy the rest of the day in the city.

Monte Do Gozo its a strategic point, located just 4 km from the Cathedral. Once there we will observe in the distance the towers of the long-awaited Cathedral of Santiago and we will feel a great personal satisfaction. We must let ourselves be guided downhill, the end of our Camino is near. We will arrive at Obradoiro Square, where the Cathedral is located.

Santiago de Compostela

Mission completed. After sealing our credential at every stage and collecting our Compostela, we deserve this great reward. A good opportunity to get to know the city, enjoy its culture, people and gastronomy, after all the effort invested you’ve earned it.

** After leaving the accommodation our services will be concluded.


  • 7 days/6 nights in the chosen accommodation
  • Support Vehicle between stages
  • Tour guide 24h
  • Backpack transfer service (1 package – máx. 20 kg.)
  • Travel assistance insurance
  • Credencial (Pilgrim’s passport)
  • Support vehicle between stages
  • Telephone assistance service 24/7
  • Extra night in Santiago: 25 €/pax
  • Single room supplement: 120 €/pax
  • Extra night in Santiago: 35 € double room / 55 € single room
  • Breakfast: 45 €/pax
  • Half Board: 130 €/pax
  • Single room supplement: 150 €/pax
  • Extra night in Santiago:45 € double room / 70 € single room
  • Breakfast: 55 €/pax
  • Half-Board: 175 €/pax
  • From airport to Sarria: 130 €
  • From Santiago to Sarria: 140 €
  • BUS FROM YOUR CITY (Return trip)
  • From Bailén: 90€ / pax
  • From Granada: 90€ / pax
  • From Jaén: 90€ / pax
  • From Madrid: 85€ / pax
  • From Málaga: 99€ / pax
  • From Sevilla: 99€ / pax


  • 250 € pax private shelters
  • 395 € pax hostels
  • 480 € pax Hotel or superior accommodation


If you choose the organized trip with group you can also add bus transfer (return trip) from the following cities: Bailén, Jaén, Granada, Madrid, Malaga or Sevilla *.

  • From April 5th to 11th
  • From May 17th to 23rd
  • From June 21st to 27th
  • From July 5th to 11th *
  • From July 19th to 25th *
  • From August 1st to 7th
  • From August 2nd to 8th *
  • From August 15th to 21st
  • From 16th to 22nd August *
  • From September 6th to 12th *
  • From September 20th to 26th
  • From October 4th to 10th


If you have no way of getting to Sarria or if you prefer to relax and start from your city, you can travel on our buses (Only available for certain dates marked with *).

  • From Bailén – 90 € (Return Trip)
  • From Granada – 90 € (Return Trip)
  • From Jaén – 90 € (Return Trip)
  • From Madrid – 85 € (Return Trip)
  • From Málaga – 99 € (Return Trip)
  • From Sevilla – 99€ (Return Trip)


If we dont reach a minimum number of places to complete a bus from the mentioned cities you will need to make the first section on an alternative bus line until you join our private bus in Madrid that will take you directly to Sarria.


We offer three options:

Albergues privadosPrivate Shelters 250€
Hostales y/o pensionesHostels and Guesthouses 395€
Hoteles y alojamiento superiorHotels or sup. accommodation 480€

* All the accommodations are of the best quality, carefully selected after years of experience and approved by our clients.


Accommodation in private shelters

The rooms are arranged in bunk beds, from 8 to 10 people approximately. The mattresses are of good quality, blankets and disposable cushions are provided. The bathrooms and showers are divided by gender and the facilities are equipped with kitchen, laundry, leisure rooms, etc. It has the perfect facilities to rest.

Accommodation in private hostels and guesthouses

Accommodation in private hostels or guesthouses includes double, triple or quadruple rooms, always with private bathroom. They are simple, comfortable and very welcoming, ideal for sleeping and resting.

* For Individual rooms it is necessary to pay a supplement.

Accomodation in hotels and superior accommodation

The third option is to stay in hotels or superior rural accommodations. As in Private hostels and guesthouses the rooms are double or triple. The only difference is the quality of the accommodation, clearly superior.

*For Individual rooms it is necessary to pay a supplement