Easy Camino Frances from Sarria Last 100km in 10 days

Rate:
Price: 10 nights from €881
  • Activity Walking or Easy Walking or Cycling or Easy Cycling
  • Distance 111 km
  • Duration 10 nights
  • Difficulty Easy
  • Tour Type Self-Guided Caminos
  • Time To Go All Year Round

Easy Camino Frances from Sarria, low daily kilometres

If you are looking to experience the Camino de Santiago at your own pace, the Easy Camino Frances from Sarria is the perfect trip for you. You will be walking the last stretch of the famous Camino Francés from the market town of Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. You will walk across the lush green countryside in Galicia over 10 days, which means you will be covering a manageable average of 10kms per day.

If this is your first time to do the Camino Frances or if you have some difficulties with fitness or walking longer distances, this is the perfect trip for you. You can experience all that the Camino de Santiago has to offer but completely at your own pace. There is no need to stress about walking over 20km per day if 10km is more your speed!

The Easy Camino Frances tour truly captures the magic of the Camino de Santiago: Meet fellow pilgrims, discover local traditions, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the trail. We will organise all the luggage transfers and comfortable guest houses to welcome you after your day’s walk so you just have to put your walking shoes on and enjoy the journey.

You will be starting your Easy Camino in Sarria and walking 100kms, which is the required distance to receive your pilgrim certificate at the Pilgrims Office in Santiago.

With your ‘Compostela’ certificate in hand, it is time to explore Santiago de Compostela’s magnificent Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage city. This route has had fantastic reviews with 4 and 5 stars all around.

*You can add extra days to include rest days or additional nights in Santiago. Ask our travel experts for advice.

Click below to create your Easy Camino Frances. You can walk or cycle.

Map of the Easy Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago

Itinerary of the Easy Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago

Sarria

Stage: Sarria

You arrive in Sarria.

12 km

Morgade

Stage: Morgade

Easy Option: Split your long day above, from Sarria to Portomarin, into two easier stages of 12km & 10km. You will stay in the small hamlet of Morgade before making your way to Portomarin.

10 km

Portomarin

Stage: Portomarin

After your night in Sarria, expect a calm walk through pretty villages and peaceful hamlets under the shade of oak trees and along quiet country roads. Along the way, you will spot many Galician traditional ‘hórreos’ (granaries). Visit the beautiful Romanesque church in the village of Barbadelo. Your destination for the night is the town of Portomarin.

Easy Option: You can choose to split this day between Sarria and Portomarin in two and stay in the hamlet of Morgade.

11 km

Ventas de Naron

Stage: Ventas de Naron

Easy Option: Split your long day above, from Portomarin to Palas de Rei, into two easier stages of 13km & 11km. You will stay in the small hamlet of Ventas de Narón before making your way to Palas de Rei.

11 km

Palas de Rei

Stage: Palas de Rei

After your night in Portomarin, your Camino will cross the river Miño (Galicia’s longest river) and rise uphill steadily towards the Serra de Ligonde. You will pass nice hamlets such as Gonzar and Ventas de Narón. Stop to visit the Romanesque Church of Santa María in Castromaior and the Romanesque church in Eirexe, with its portal featuring a sculpture of Daniel with animals, as well as Pilgrim Santiago.

Easy Option: You can choose to split this day in two and stay in the hamlet of Ventas de Narón.

14 km

Melide

Stage: Melide

Easy Option: You chose to split the day from Palas de Rei to Arzua in two and stay in the the town of Melide.
Leave the lively market town of Melide (454m), famous for Galicia’s most classic dish Octopus.  Continue along the marked Camino path through pretty woods, sleepy villages and across streams until you arrive in the town of Arzua.

14 km

Arzua

Stage: Arzua

After your night in Palas de Rei, the Camino trail continues downhill, passing the village of Casanova and the delightful village of Leboreiro. You should take a break in the lively market town of Melide (454m), where you should try octopus, Galicia’s most classic dish, in one of the many ‘pulperías’. The Camino crosses several streams and follows a forest track bringing you to the village of Boente and the church of Santiago. Next is the pretty medieval hamlet of Ribadiso and finally the town of Arzúa (389m), famous for its local cheese. In Arzúa, you should visit the churches of Santa María and A Magdalena.
Easy Option: You can choose to split this day in two and stay in the the town of Melide

10 km

Salceda

Stage: Salceda

Today is a rather relaxed day, slightly shorter than the previous one, where the path will take you along streams through rustic sleepy villages. This section includes a good number of peaceful picnic spots and turns into a festival of colours in spring with its variety of flowers along the trail.

9 km

Rua Pedrouzo

Stage: Rua Pedrouzo

Easy Option: Travel along a mix of well marked country road and forest tracks from the quite village of Pedrouzo -A Rua to the village of Lavacolla (the traditional last stop before Santiago, where pilgrims in olden days would bathe their feet).

10 km

Lavacolla

Stage: Lavacolla

Easy Option: Last stop before reaching Santiago.  Choose to stay in Lavacolla and after a deserved rest, arrive in Santiago the next day feeling refreshed and calm.

10 km

Santiago de Compostela

Stage: Santiago de Compostela

After your night in Amenal, your next point of interest is Lavacolla in the outskirts of Santiago, where pilgrims used to wash themselves in the river in preparation for their arrival in Santiago de Compostela. Rows of tall eucalyptus trees line your journey to Monte do Gozo (‘Mount of Joy’ 368m) and it is from here that will catch your first glimpse of the spires of the cathedral in Santiago. When you arrive in the city (264m, population 80,000), explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site’s architecture and delight in the wonderful atmosphere of this spiritual and cultural city. With only 16.5km to walk today, you should be in Santiago in time for the pilgrim mass (12pm). After visiting Santiago Cathedral and recovering from your walk, take time to explore this gem of a city, small and vibrant. Its old town will enchant you. In Santiago the Compostela you will find not only pilgrims but also locals and students, enjoying a few bites and socialising over a glass of wine in the many bars, restaurants and cosy cafes. Read our blog post: Top 10 things to do in Santiago de Compostela for ideas before your trip.

Easy Option: Last stop before reaching Santiago.  Choose to stay in Lavacolla and after a deserved rest, arrive in Santiago the next day feeling refreshed and calm.

End of your Camino de Santiago tour after breakfast the next morning. Consider adding an extra night in this gem of a city or perhaps a day tour.

Accommodation

Country Cottages

Country Cottages or  'Casas Rurales' are beautifully restored country homes and farmhouses in the heart of peaceful rural communities. Our Country Cottages are renowned for their exceptional food, unique settings and personal touch. Rest assured when you select Country Cottage you will enjoy the full experience of our collection of beautiful Casa Rurales when and where this option is available, however, bear in mind, that sometimes due to location factors, only our choice of standard collection hotels and guesthouses may be available. All rooms are en-suite.

Country Cottages

Standard Hotels

We have hand-picked hotels and guesthouses along the Camino for their character and warm hospitality. Up to 3-stars, you will be staying in the centre of town and close to your Camino trail. All rooms are en-suite with bathroom. For our family packages, we have hand-picked establishments with outdoor space and swimming pools where possible. Where accommodation with private outdoor space is not available, we have selected comfortable hotels with spacious common areas as well as a convenient location close to recreational areas and sights. As your comfort is our priority, we try to book hotels located within walking distance of the Camino. Despite our effort, on rare occasions your accommodation can be located a few kilometers away from the trail, so we organise transportation to/from your accommodation.

Standard Hotel & Guesthouse

Superior Collection

Stay in very special hotels and unique properties along the Camino.  We have selected luxurious 4 and 5-star hotels, boutique guesthouses, relaxing country homes and stunning heritage ‘Parador’ hotels so you can feel pampered. Rest assured when you select Superior Collection, you will enjoy the full experience of our best hotels and top guesthouses when and where this option is available, however, bear in mind, that sometimes due to location factors, only our choice of standard collection hotels and guesthouses may be available. All rooms are en-suite.

Superior Collection

Whats Included

  • Included: Selected accommodation with private bathrooms, Holiday Pack on your mobile phone (Route ebook and Google Maps) and a 24/7 support number providing assistance during your trip, for instance organising a support vehicle if needed. In 2021 we also offer a Free Postponement with every booking made
  • Not included: Flights, drinks, city tax, Travel Insurance (Recommended)
  • Optional: Luggage transfers (On by default. One bag up to 20kg per person), dinners (On by default, where available), bike rental (On by default) and airport transfers, etc…

 

Note on Accommodation: We aim to book you into each of the towns listed on the itinerary, however in case of low availability we may book you 2 nights in the same town with provided transfers. If you are booking Superior collection or Country cottages, please note it is subject to availability and therefore cannot be guaranteed. Superior/Country cottage accommodation may be away from the route with included transfers. More details.

Specialist:Claire

More byClaire

Specialist:Claire

Customer Experience Agent, Claire hails from the lovely Midlands and spent some years living in Galway in the West of Ireland, where she completed a degree in languages. She also lived several yea...

More byClaire

Join Our Newsletter

Plan your Camino
Scroll to Top