Seville to Santiago de Compostela – Roman heritage on the pilgrim´s way

TOTAL LENGTH 947 km

You may do the complete route, or choose one of three stages:

Stage 1 Sevilla Caceres 267 km

Stage 2 Caceres Zamora 280 km

Stage 3 Zamora Santiago 400 km

Day 1 arrival in Seville
Day 2 from Seville to Castilblanco de los Arroyos, Km 42,5
Day 3 from Castilblanco de los Arroyos to Monesterio 57,5 km
Day 4 From Monesterio to Zafra 50,2 km
Day 5 from Zafra to Mérida km 64,8
Day 6 from Mérida to Caceres 68 km
Day 7 Caceres, departure. Our services end after breakfast.

Day 8 from Caceres to Cañaveral 42,5 km
Day 9 from Cañaveral to Plasencia 48,7 km
Day 10 from Plasencia to Baños de Montemayor 51,4 km
Day 11 from Baños de Montemayor to Guijuelo 35,7 km
Day 12 from Guijuelo to Salamanca 56,6 km
Day 13 from Salamanca to Zamora 66,1 km

Day 14 from Zamora to Benavente 66,2 km
Day 15 from Benavente to Astorga 63,9 km
Day 16 from Astorga to Ponferrada km 54,1 km
Day 17 from Ponferrada to Pedrafita do Cebreiro 50,5 km
Day 18 from Pedrafita do Cebreiro to Portomarín 67,6 km
Day 19 from Portomarín to Arzúa 56,2 km
Day 20 form Arzúa to Santiago de Compostela 39,3 km
Day 21 Santiago de Compostela.

SEVILLE TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA: “VIA DE LA PLATA”- ANCIENT ROMAN HERITAGE ON THE PILGRIM’S WAY

  • DURATION 20 nights 20 days
  • LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY moderate
  • MAXIMUM HEIGHT 944 metres/ 3097 feet above sea level
  • PRICE Please inquire

WHY CHOOSE THE ROUTE OF THE VIA DE LA PLATA, ANCIENT ROMAN HERITAGE?

It will realize your dream of travelling along the famous Camino de Santiago, an incredible dive into the past, which crosses roman bridges and goes amazingly preserved roman cities. On this route are four UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Mérida, Cáceres, Salamanca and Santiago de Compostela. You will meet people from all over the world sharing the same ancient way, one that hugely contributed to the creation of European coulture and identity .

You may choose to do it as a pilgrim, stamping your Credential on the way to the burial place of Saint James, brother of Saint John the Apostle.

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