Santiago Way in a group from Sarria

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Discover the Santiago Way in a group from Sarria

This itinerary that we have designed for the Camino de Santiago in a group from Sarria is ideal for groups of friends who want to experience this ancient pilgrimage route in private hostels, sharing accommodation and bathrooms with other pilgrims from different nationalities and cultures. On the other hand, if you are looking for a different level of comfort and privacy, we recommend the Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago in charming accommodations with private rooms.   MINIMUM GROUP OF 15 PEOPLE: The price per person provided is for groups of friends, family, schools, associations, etc., who come already formed at the time of booking.

Safety and Peace of Mind

Our rates include travel insurance and vehicle assistance in case of emergency, for your safety and peace of mind.

Customized Way

If you want to cover fewer kilometers per day, we can design this route with more days of duration (suitable for older people or families with children).

Special Discounts

Discounts available for groups starting from 4 people. Inquire. (Not combinable with other discounts)

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Full and customizable services for a worry-free experience on the Wey of Santiago.

Services Included

Shared Rooms with Bed (Bunk)

Special breakfast

Travel Assistance Insurance in Spain

Emergency roadside assistance vehicle

Digital Information Dossier of the Way

On-Route Telephone Assistance

Luggage transfer on the stages

✓ 1 suitcase per person, maximum 20 kg


✓ Pilgrim Credential
✓ Pilgrim's Scallop Shell
✓ Typical Galician Product

No cancellation fees

✓ Up to 10 days before starting the Camino


Optional Services

Divide the Palas de Rei-Arzua Stage (into 2 stages)

✓ Consult rate.

Extra night in Santiago

✓ Consult Rate.

Transfer from Santiago Airport

Cancellation Insurance (Spanish)


One-day Excursions (Bus)

✓ Finisterre (Costa da morte) and/or Rias Baixas.

Additional baggage

✓ Consult rate if you bring more than 1 suitcase per person

Remember that the cost of the optional services chosen will be added to the base price of your route. We are committed to making your pilgrimage an unforgettable and carefree experience. Welcome to the Wey!


Discover the Wey of Santiago towards the majestic Santiago de Compostela.

Welcome to the beginning of your journey. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

  • Duration: 5h 30m
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the first stage of our Camino de Santiago from Sarria. This is one of the most emblematic sections of the Camino Francés, traveled by many pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela, passing by the mythical milestone of “kilometer 100.”

The beauty of the landscapes is noteworthy, with majestic forests along the riverbanks enhancing the charm of the place.

We traverse narrow and sometimes winding “corredoiras” (paths) that connect paths between typical Galician villages in rural Galicia, with its rich architectural heritage.

Finally, a mention of the views of the Belesar Reservoir, reached before Portomarín, under which the old town is submerged.

Arrival in Portomarin. End of the stage. Lodging.

  • Duration: 6h 15m
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

We start the Camino and, after leaving Portomarín, ascend towards the Serra de Ligonde.

In this easily traversed terrain, we encounter sacred symbols with significant religious connotations, called “Cruceiros.”

It is also important to mention a temple near the town of Palas de Rei, such as the Monastery of San Salvador de Vilar de Donas.

Arrival in Palas de Rei. End of the stage. Lodging.

  • Duration: 7h 30m
  • Difficulty: Medium

Breakfast and start of the stage.

This stage is the longest in Galicia.

We leave Palas de Rei and the province of Lugo. Entering the province of A Coruña and venturing into its dense forests, leading us to a path of oaks and eucalyptus.

We pass through and visit villages like Leboreiro and the town of Melide, well-known for its octopus, which must be tasted.

We continue towards places of great beauty like the Catasol River. Through its beautiful surroundings, it leads us to the Ribadixo da Baixo Bridge and to the Municipality of Arzúa, renowned for its cheeses.

Arrival in Arzúa: End of the stage. Lodging.



For pilgrims with low physical fitness or those who prefer to take this longer stage more leisurely, it would be advisable to divide it into two days:

Stage: Palas de Rei – Melide (15.2 km)

Stage: Melide – Arzúa (14.5 km)

  • Duration: 4h 40m
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

A comfortable journey with slight inclines where we cross forest tracks through small villages, alternating with stretches of road.

Once again, eucalyptus trees are the protagonists, populating the meadows and enhancing the Galician horizon. The arrival in Santiago de Compostela and its Cathedral is approaching.

Arrival in Pedrouzo. End of the stage. Lodging.

  • Duration: 5h
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

Arriving in Santiago is something special for every pilgrim. Many sensations mix, but the emotion upon stepping into Obradoiro Square is guaranteed.

The route again proceeds calmly between masses of trees leading to the last villages in the O Pino area.

From the hill of Monte do Gozo, the city of Santiago de Compostela awaits, and thus begins a journey through an urban section that ends at the Cathedral.

Arrival in Santiago de Compostela. End of the Last 100 Kms of the Camino de Santiago from Sarria and the beginning of “Your true Way.” Lodging.

All of Santiago de Compostela is noteworthy, especially the Cathedral of Santiago and its restored Portico of Glory, which deserves a special visit on its own, as well as its surroundings.

DID YOU KNOW that the Camino de Santiago from Sarria does not end at the Cathedral of Santiago?? To the end of the world! ¡Ultreia et Suseia!

Once in Santiago, which is the end of the Camino Francés, if you have more days, you can extend the Camino to Finisterre-Muxia, which was once, for our ancestors, “the end of the known world.”

Another option is to add additional nights in Santiago and take day trips to Finisterre and/or Rías Baixas.

¡We’ve reached the last day of your trip! Enjoy a breakfast and conclude this unforgettable experience with us. Thank you for being part of this adventure!

This itinerary will take you through the most popular stages, allowing you to experience the beauty and culture of the Wey of Santiago. Be sure to book accommodation in advance, as it can get crowded, especially in the high season.
Safe travels and Buen Camino!


In our constant effort to provide the best experience to our customers, we want to assure you that we are committed to your rest and comfort. The accommodations we offer have been carefully selected and provide private rooms with private bathrooms, along with all the necessary services to make the most of your stay. It is important to note that we will never put you up in hostels.

Since these accommodations have a limited capacity, we will provide you with the exact name once you confirm your reservation and we verify availability on the dates of your choice. Your satisfaction is our priority!

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