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  • Astorga appears at the confluence of two important routes. The oldest of them, the Vía de la Plata route, dates back to Roman times. Following this route (Gijón-Seville), the metals extracted from the mines in the north of the peninsula were transported to the commercial ports in the south. During the Middle Ages it was crossed by Arab and Christian troops, in times of conquest and reconquest. Excellent communication route for centuries, it became a pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. This Camino is undoubtedly one of the most gastronomic richness can offer. The regions of Maragatería and Bierzo are the perfect appetizers for the excellent Galician gastronomy. A perfect Camino for those with a sweet tooth and those who want to enjoy copious and delicious delicacies as a well-deserved reward for some stages that are not far behind. The natural wealth of the northwest of the peninsula will not leave anyone with a bad taste in their mouth.
    From 370€
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  • Ponferrada is the capital of the region of Bierzo, the best prelude to Galicia. Emerged under the protection of the Camino de Santiago in the eleventh century, it has become throughout history an essential site for the French Way, so the former Templar capital will be the best starting point for your Camino. In this stretch of the French Way from Ponferrada to Santiago, you will discover a lot of similarities between the Leonese region of El Bierzo and the Galician community, both in its culture and nature as well as in its language and gastronomy. You will discover medieval villages, cathedrals, Templar castles and beautiful natural landscapes such as the Bierzo Valley and O Courel. Entering the ancient forests of chestnut and oak trees, you will make your way to Compostela. Numerous hórreos, castros, hermitages and cruceiros will guide you through the small villages that make up the deepest Galicia, where delicious delicacies are grown and worked that will become that comforting prize at the end of each stage.
    From 310€
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  • The small village of Roncesvalles is considered the first stop on the Jacobean route in Spain and the starting point for thousands of pilgrims on their way to Compostela. This Camino will take you in the footsteps of millions of pilgrims who throughout history have contributed to the Jacobean route. Centuries of effort, adventure and self-knowledge at every step bathe the paths and trails through which, stage by stage, you will reach Santiago de Compostela. On your journey to what was once the ends of the Earth, you will cross landscapes as diverse as they are spectacular, which will undoubtedly make this experience one of the most important of your life, as confirmed by the hundreds of thousands of pilgrims who come to the Galician capital every year.
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  • This trip is designed for you to intensely enjoy the experience of the Camino de Santiago even if you only have a few days. The last 110 kilometres of the French Way from Sarria will offer you the best pilgrim atmosphere surrounded by a magical rural environment. You will walk through lush forests of chestnut and oak trees, millenary witnesses of the passage of the pilgrims to Compostela. Hórreos, hermitages and cruceiros will guide your steps through green meadows and small villages that reveal the importance of agriculture in Galicia. You will have at your disposal all the necessary services for an experience of ten, including the best recommendations of bars and restaurants where you can taste the real Galician gastronomy accompanied by a cold Estrella Galicia, the best reward at the end of each stage. A way to disconnect, learn, reflect, get to know yourself better and improve yourself, but also to laugh, fall in love, make friends... and above all to get hooked. Because once you do it, you'll only have one problem, and that's that you'll want to do it again.
    From 185€
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  • The perfect trip to enjoy all the essence of the Camino de Santiago in just one week. The last 110 kilometers of the French Way from Sarria will offer you the best pilgrim atmosphere surrounded by a magical rural environment. This time we added an extra day to the trip by dividing the longest stage of 30 km into two days. A much lighter tour, perfect for families travelling with children or for those who prefer to take it easy. We will also have the opportunity to spend the night in Melide, a small village known for its exquisite preparation of octopus á feira. You will walk through lush forests of chestnut and oak trees, millenary witnesses of the passage of the pilgrims to Compostela. Hórreos, hermitages and cruceiros will guide your steps through green meadows and small villages that reveal the importance of agriculture in Galicia. You will have at your disposal all the necessary services for an experience of ten, including the best recommendations of bars and restaurants where you can taste the real Galician gastronomy accompanied by a cold Estrella Galicia, the best reward at the end of each stage. A way to disconnect, learn, reflect, get to know yourself better and improve yourself, but also to laugh, fall in love, make friends... and above all to get hooked. Because once you do it, you'll only have one problem, and that's that you'll want to do it again.
    From 215€
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  • On this trip you will follow the complete route of the French route in its Galician section, the French Way from O Cebreiro. You will start your adventure in a small village in the mountains of Lugo, a treasure of the ethnographic heritage of Galicia. You will only need a stroll through its cobbled streets to fall in love with it. Get ready to discover ancient pallozas. Buildings that in the past were homes where people and livestock lived together and sheltered from the harsh winters of the mountains of Los Ancares. A church that holds the mystery of the Eucharistic Miracle of the Holy Grail and one of the most impressive panoramic views of the entire French Way. But this fairytale village is only the beginning of a great adventure. You will be immersed in rural Galicia, full of rich traditions, legends, amazing landscapes and imposing monasteries such as the one in Samos, one of the oldest in the region. From Sarria onwards the pilgrim atmosphere will be livelier. You will meet many people of different nationalities who will accompany you stage by stage to Santiago de Compostela.
    From 250€
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  • The town of Tui contemplates its reflection on the calm waters of the river Miño. A border town chosen by thousands of pilgrims to begin their adventure on the Portuguese Way and reach Santiago de Compostela. If you decide to become a pilgrim on this route you will walk through small rural villages surrounded by vineyards and fields. Halfway you will find an encouraging travel companion, the Atlantic Ocean, which will guide you for much of the route, giving you amazing views of the estuaries of Vigo and Pontevedra. An ocean that will leave you to give way to beautiful medieval bridges, chapels and thermal villas. The Portuguese Way from Tui is also a journey for the senses; you will discover landmarks of Galician gastronomy. Impossible to resist the famous Arcade oysters, a portion of mussels washed down with an unmistakable Albariño wine or to discover if the real Padrón peppers are hot... or not.
    From 250€
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