The Camino Primitivo Camino Primitivo Last 100km

Activity :
Walking or Cycling
Duration :
6 Nights
Distance :
97 km
Difficulty :
Medium
Tour Type :
Self-Guided
Time To Go :
April to October
Price :
From €510
Reviews :
Claire
Specialist: Claire
Sales Director 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 sev...
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Charles, United Kingdom - September 2018
"This was our 5th year of walking part of the Camino de Santiago and now almost 140 pilgrims have enjoyed the experience. Partnering with CaminoWays to arrange airport transfers within Spain and hotel accommodation for those in our group who do not wish to use albergues/hostels has always been a pleasure. They are so professional and so pleasant to deal with, making my job as organiser so much easier. CaminoWays has never failed us in providing good quality accommodation and the transport companies they engage have always proved reliable. Thank you once again for your help in 2018."
Diana, Romania - August 2018
Camino primitivo - organised by CaminoWays. Excellent organisation, timely and reliable. Very professional and kind personnel.Value for the money - accommodation and everything else were excellent.
Activity:
Walking or Cycling
Duration:
6 Nights
Distance:
97 km
Difficulty:
Medium
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
April to October
Price:
From €510
Rating:

The last stretch of the Original Way or Camino Primitivo is much easier than the first half, from Oviedo. It takes 6 nights to complete, walking over 97km. This stage starts in the fantastic city of Lugo, home to the best preserved Roman wall in Europe, stretching over 2kms wrapped around the old town. Apart from its famous wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lugo is also known for its good food. Many bars in town will serve free ‘pinchos’ when you order a drink.

From Lugo, the Camino Primitivo continues towards Santiago de Compostela across peaceful forests and farmland, following old Roman paved roads and over pretty medieval bridges.This section joins the final stretch of the French Way, the most popular Camino route, in the lively town of Melide where you should try Galicia’s most classic dish: octopus. If you are travelling in October, make sure you catch the traditional San Froilán festival in Lugo. This route has excellent reviews with many 5 star ratings.

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Claire
Specialist: Claire
Sales Director 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 sev...
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