4 routes, 1 destiny: Do the Camino de Santiago
How about you? Surely you've thought about making the journey...
Why did we choose Camino de Santiago? It is a world-famous route. Medieval pilgrims travelled the different paths to Santiago as a purification journey to achieve inner peace. These days it's very common to do the route for personal reasons.
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Day 1Cycling Team
The BIKE team highlighted the climb to Cruz de Hierro, leaving the traditional stone and with their wishes. The route left them with beautiful trails that led to the flat fields of Castilla y León before reaching the forested landscape of Galicia.Check itinerary Hiking Team
The HIKE team had more than 40 km ahead of them on a very varied terrain and with little unevenness. They deviated from the Camino de Santiago route but thanks to Land they reached Praia Rio Sandeu without difficulty thanks to their GPS (Cross, Trail and Aventura 2).Check itinerary Read more
Day 2Cycling Team
The BIKE team faced the hardest stage, 85 km with more than 1,500 meters of positive elevation gain. Ports such as Alto de San Roque and the mythical O’Cebreiro have been conquered.Check itinerary Hiking Team
The HIKE team has taken this day to collect garbage from the road (action also known as Plogging) and raise awareness of the fragility of our environment and how important it is to take care of it.Check itinerary Read more
Day 3Cycling Team
The BIKE team had 58 km ahead with 1200 meters of positive elevation gain. A very fun stage where they passed through Sarria, its wooded areas of thousand-year-old trees, Portomarín with the company of the Miño river where they rang the bell of the viewpoint.Check itinerary Hiking Team
The HIKE team faced a stage of 25 km and little unevenness. They left Bruma and crossed endless villages between farm fields and forests, until they reached Sigüeiro. The final destination is very close...Check itinerary Read more
Day 4Cycling Team
The BIKE team has faced 70 km and 1200 meters of positive slope to cover the distance that separated them from Santiago de Compostela, where they finally met the HIKE team.Check itinerary: Part 1 Check itinerary: Part 2 Hiking Team
The HIKE team had a short but very nice stage ahead of them. The night before, they used Land to find an alternative route to the usual path that would lead them to the Plaza del Obradoiro through more wooded and hidden roads.Check itinerary Read more