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"In each of us dwells a wanderer, a gypsy, a pilgrim. What matters most on your journey is how deeply you see, how attentively you hear, how richly the encounters are felt in your heart." ~ Phil Coustineau, from his book, "The Art of Pilgrimage."
Day Five on the Camino de San Salvador is a long jaunt down two river valleys, first the Río Lena and next, the Río Caudal. On the way, you pass many historic places, the most significant being the 9th century UNESCO, world heritage Iglesia de Santa Cristina de Lena.
Our Day Four on the Camino de San Salvador
Day three on the Camino de San Salvador was an stunning climb out of Poladura to the Cross of San Salvador and the highpoint, the Canto la Tusa, and a gorgeous walk over the Puerto de Pajares at 1378 meters. The views of the mountains are nothing less than than fabulous!
By the end of day two on the Camino de San Salvador, the Way takes the pilgrimage traveler into the heart of the Cantabrian mountains, leaving civilization behind. The scenery and the difficulty that you have been waiting for, finally arrives!
Day one on the Camino de San Salvador is a walk northward out of León, leaving the Camino Francés far behind as it heads for the Cantabrian mountains of Asturias.
The Camino de San Salvador is perhaps the most mountainous of all the Caminos de Santiago. This short, pilgrimage path of only 122.14 kilometers (75.9 miles), figures by my GPS tracks, will physically test most of you! Do not be fooled by the short length.
Newly updated in December of 2018, our eBook is packed with new information on albergues, pensions and rural homes and also includes recent changes in the route. This guide book in digital format is a must-have for an optimal Camino Primitivo!
Camino Finisterre Ebook ~ New and updated in November of 2018, including all the recent route changes! We just re-walked this Camino and our eBook guide is full of great, new advice for the pilgrimage traveler! It even includes the northern route to Muxía!
This is our journey on the northern alternative for day three on the Camino Finisterre to Muxía.
Muxía, Spain is a seaside spiritual site that shouldn't be missed at the end of your pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago. It is a most sacred place, rife with legend, natural beauty and a unique and intimate ambiance.
Extending your Camino Finisterre to Muxía, the second, medieval "End of the World," is a rewarding and intense experience, especially if you are seeking more Presence in an intimate place.
The end of your Camiño Fisterra journey is not the town of Finisterre but four more kilometers from the Baixar Cross to the Cape. If you made it here from Santiago in three days, another day may be needed to go the final distance to this medieval End of the World.
Day three on the Camino to Finisterre is a rewarding and lovely challenge, a most joyous walk with amazing views as you approach the Costa da Morte. This day's adventure will take you all the way from Olveiroa to the cross in Finisterre.
Day two on the Camino to Finisterre is a strenuous one with two significant climbs. It is a joyous day, filled with many open, high views of the Galician countryside, more enchanted forests, many old stone horreos, and lovely stone cafés and albergues to tempt you to linger.
Day One on the Camino to Finisterre, after leaving Santiago de Compostela, is a beautiful Camino through an enchanted forest, medieval towns and gorgeous countryside.
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Our recommendation for the best trekking pole. Carbon fiber construction (not aluminum) makes them ultra lightweight. Hide your poles in your pack from potential thieves , before you get to your albergue! (See more of our gear recommendations!)