French Camino-Final Stretch | Our Walking Guide Tours | J Barter Travel

 FRENCH CAMINO - FINAL STRECH

 

Our second Camino adventure in 2020 also happens to be an exciting new collaboration. The challenge laid down by Make A Wish Ireland’s “Camino Walk for Wishes” is to complete the classic final stretch of the French Camino, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. We’re really looking forward to sharing the Camino’s country lanes and dirt trails with people who have raised funds for a charity that strives to enrich the lives of children with life-threatening illnesses.

 

Dates of travel

From May 29th to June 5th, 2020
Registration open until March 27, 2020

Adult Price: €810
Single Supplement: €195
Fundraising Target: €750


CONTACT: Sheila Kelly at sheila@makeawish.ie or 01 2052007

What’s Included

Price Includes

  • En suite hotel accommodation
  • Breakfast and evening dinner
  • Daily luggage transfer
  • Pilgrim’s kit (passport and shell)
  • Detailed information prior to start
  • Two experienced guides
  • All transfers to and from airport

*Flights are not included (available on request)

More Information

This route marks the final section of the famous Camino route known as the French Way. Sarria, situated 112 km from Santiago de Compostela, is the ideal starting point for a journey that culminates with the tired traveller receiving their pilgrim’s certificate, or Compostela. Our path takes us along country lanes and dirt trails through forests, farmlands and rustic villages. Wonderful examples of medieval architecture and Galician cuisine are our final reward when we arrive in Santiago de Compostela.

Walking stages:

  • Sarria-Portomarin (23 km)
  • Portomarin-Palas de Rei (25 km)
  • Palas de Rei-Arzua (28 km)
  • Arzua-Pedrouzo (20 km)
  • Pedrouzo-Santiago (19 km)

Highlights:
. Winding our way through the beautiful Galician landscape dotted with charming villages
. Finding out about the many historic churches and monasteries along the way
. Soaking up the Camino’s unique atmosphere of friendship and solidarity
. Reflecting on our journey in the famous Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela


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