It ranks as one of the most rewarding walks in the world (James Michener rates it as one of the top 3 journeys). It’s a pilgrimage to many, but whatever your reason, you are likely to be transformed by the experience of walking this historic footpath. Starting from Sarria will provide in excess of 100 km which grants you the Compostella on completion. Walking without heavy pack (we arrange transfer of your luggage), and with pre-arranged hotels (no need to compete for refugio beds), this itinerary will allow you to enjoy the walk without the stress of logistics. Having completed the camino many times, we know the secrets of making this trip special.



Sarria, Spain

Day 1


Portomarín, Spain

Day 2

Palas de Rei

Palas de Rei, Spain

Day 3


Arzúa, Spain

Day 4

O Pino

O Pino, Spain

Day 5

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Day 6+7

What’s Included in the Cost of Your Trip?


6 nights hotels
All breakfasts and 1 dinner
Luggage transfers
Comprehensive Tour Details with detailed pre-trip information
Detailed route instructions and maps
Personal meet & greet with our local Area Manager
Area manager available on call throughout the tour
Access to Loyalty Program and other exclusive benefits



Any dates between February to November (except starting day on Saturday or Sunday)
Custom trips available and can start any date. Call or email for details.


7 days / 6 nights, with 5 days of hiking


Sarria / Santiago de Compostella


Moderate to challenging


Hilly but most of the gradients are moderate


Land Cost*: US $1,990
Single Supplement: US $500

*This Randonnee Tour is a mix of Casual, Classic & Luxe accommodations.

Please note: Final itinerary is subject to revision; any changes made are done so in an attempt to provide the best possible trip given route conditions and available services. Due to the nature of our business and exchange rates, prices are subject to change. All prices quoted are U.S. dollars but we gladly accept payment in Canadian dollars also. If you have any questions before making your reservation, please contact us.

Getting there

You can reach Sarria via Madrid. We will provide you further information on how to get to the tour start in your information package.


Day 1


Arrive to Sarria. Most people arrive via Madrid; there are train and coach options. Settle into your inn, enjoy dinner and prepare for the journey ahead.


Day 2

Sarria to Portomarin

Begin your walk passing Barbadelo and other villages, through a varied landscape of oaks, chestnuts and fields enclosed by slate walls or chantos, indicating Celtic history. The terrain becomes more rugged until arriving at Portomarin, which overlooks the river Mino. The importance of Portomarin is demonstrated by the fact that three great military religious orders had headquarters there: The Knights of Santiago; Templars and Order of St. John of Jerusalem.
Hike distance: 23 km


Day 3

Portomarin to Palas de Rei

The landscape continues to change as the countryside becomes softly undulating with small oak trees, pines and gorse. You will see typical Galician horreos, built of wood or stone and raised storage for grain granaries which date back to the 12th century.
Hike distance: 25.5 km


Day 4

Palas de Rei to Sedor

After passing the villages of San Julian do Camino, Porto de Bois and Coto, you leave the region of Lugo and enter la Coruna via Cornixa and Leboreiro following an ancient medieval road.
Hike distance: 24 km


Day 5

Sedor to O’Pino

In Arzua is the convent of La Magdalena, a 14th century Augustinian foundation, and other monuments. Arzua to O’Pino of the camino pass through many small hamlets hidden amongst eucalyptus trees. You will see and feel a heightened excitement as Santiago nears. Your lodging tonight is a charming village inn with 7 guestrooms and a museum attached.
Hike distance: 27.5 km


Day 6

O’Pino to Santiago

After 5 days of walking, your anticipation will build as you make your way towards the completion of your pilgrimage in Santiago itself. Arriving to the main plaza, admire the Santiago cathedral and the many architectural gems of this city. Receive your compostela (a certificate of accomplishment for having walked the camino) and then reward yourself with a fine dinner in one of the many great restaurants (we will provide our favourites), or celebrate with the many pilgrims who will be with taking tapas drinking vino tinto in the streets around the main plaza.
Hike distance: 25 km


Day 7

Departure Day
Depart from Santiago. After breakfast at your hotel, you can depart at your leisure. If you have time, we suggest you consider the noon pilgrim mass where you can observe the tradition of the botafumeiro incense to bless pilgrims.


Hotel Mar de Plata, Sarria

Located in Sarria (Lugo), Hotel Mar de Plata is within a 15-minute walk of Sarria Plaza and Church of Santiago de Barbadelo.

Pousada de Portomarin, Portomarin

The Pousada de Portomarín is an excellent choice for a stay in one of the jewel-cities of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Whether you are staying for tourism in the area of ​​Portomarín-Ribeira Sacra, or if it is to take a break from Camino de Santiago, our hotel will provide you with the comfort and rest you are looking for.

Casa Leopoldo, Palas de Rei

Situated 50 m from the church in the town center, this charming hotel holds 6 rooms and a Galician restaurant.

Pazo De Sedor, Sedor

This charming 17th century mansion holds spacious rooms and relaxing lounges with many original features still in tact.

O Muino de Pena, O Pino

Housed in an old mill, this charming hotel enjoys a stunning rural location.It boasts beautiful and spacious rooms, decorated in the historical style, and modern facilities.

Monumento San Francisco, Santiago de Compostella

Situated in the historical city centre just 150 m from the Cathedral, this 18th century Franciscan convent has been renovated into a luxurious, historic 4-star hotel with heated swimming pool and jacuzzi with views of Mt. Pedroso.

Trip starting at
USD $1,990

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