So You Want to Walk the Camino de Santiago – My Routing

During this time of the COVID-19 I will periodically post about my travels and travel ideas. Hopefully we can soon return to the world. Take care, stay safe, stay inside.

For my final posting about walking the Camino Frances I will post my own personal route and where I stayed. It took me 39 days including a few rest days. I’ve also included the albergue or hostal I stayed in. Note, that when it stated “N/A” that means I walked to that town and then caught a bus further on to where I stayed the night. I did have a few times. Everyone’s Camino is their own and here is mine.

At time of posting all Camino de Santiago routes closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Day 39, entering the city

Here it is:

Arrived day before in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-PortGite Ultreïa Vertes Montagnesdouble bed, private bathroom
Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port – OrissonAlburge Orissonbottom bunk, dorm room
Orisson – RoncesvallesAlbergue de Peregrinos Orreaga Roncesvallessingle bed, dorm room
Roncesvalles – Zubiri via busAlbergue El Palo de Avellanosingle bed, dorm room
Zubiri – Trinidad de ArreAlbergue Trinidad de Arrebottom bunk, dorm room
Trinidad de Arre – PamplonaAlbergue Jesús y Maríabottom bunk, dorm room
Pamplona – UtergaHostal Camino Del Perdónprivate twin room with private bathroom
Uterga – Puente La Reina by taxi then to Estella by busAlbergue San Miguel (donativo)bottom bunk, dorm room
Estella – Villamayor de MonjardínOasis Trails Pilgrims Hostelsingle bed, dorm room
Villamayor de Monjardín – SansolCodés Hostaltop bunk, dorm room
Sansol – LogroñoLogorño Municipal Pilgrims Alberugebottom bunk, dorm room
Logroño – VentosaAlbergue San Saturninobottom bunk, dorm room
Ventosa – AzofraAzofra Muncipal Pilgrims Hostelsingle bed, double room shared
Azofra – Santo Domingo de la Calzado via busCasa del Santobottom bunk, dorm room
Santo Domingo de la Calzaso – Viloria de RiojaAlbergue Acacio & Oriettabottom bunk, dorm room
Viloria de Rioja – Espinosa del CaminoLa Cantina de Espinosa del Caminobottom bunk, dorm room
Espinosa del Camino – AgésAlbergue Municipal La Taberna de Agésbottom bunk, dorm room
Agés – BurgosAlbergue Municpial Casa del Cubobottom bunk, dorm room
Burgos – TardajosHostal Bar Ruizprivate triple room, shared bathroom
Tardajos – HontanasAlbergue Juan de Yepestop bunk, dorm room
Hontanas – Itero de la VegaAlbergue Puente Fiterosingle bed, dorm room
Itero de la Vega – FrómistaAlbergue Luz de Frómistabottom bunk, dorm room
Frómista – Carrión de los Condes via taxiRefugio Centro del Espíritu Santosingle bed, dorm room
Carrión de los Condes – LedigosAlbergue La Morenaprivate twin room, shared bathroom
Ledigos – San Nicholás Real CaminoAlbergue Laganaresbottom bunk, dorm room
San Nicholás Real Camino – SahagunN/Awalked to Sahagun
Sahagun – León by busGlobetrotter Urban Hosteltop bunk, dorm room
Rest day in LeónGlobetrotter Urban Hostelbottom bunk, dorm room
León – Virgen del Camino N/Abused from León
Virgen del Camino – San Martín del CaminoAlbergue Santa Anasingle bed in shared twin room, shared bath
San Martín del Camino – AstorgaAlbergue Siervas de Maríabottom bunk, dorm room
Astorga – Rabanal del CaminoAlbergue Señora del Pilarbottom bunk, dorm room
Rabanal del Camino – ManjarínN/Awalked to Manjarín
Manjarín – Molinaseca by taxiSeñor Osa Alberguebottom bunk, dorm room
Molinaseca – CacabelosAlbergue La Gallegasingle bed, dorm room
Cacabelos – TrabadeloAlbergue Parroquial Trabadelobottom bunk, dorm room
Trabadelo – Las HerreríasAlbergue Miriam Las Herreríasbottom bunk, dorm room
Las Herrerías – O CebreiroAlbergue Xunta de Galiciabottom bunk, dorm room
O Cebreiro – Sarria by busN/A
Sarria – PortomarínAlbergue Ferramenteriobottom bunk, dorm room
Portomarín – Palas de ReiAlbergue San Marcosprivate double room, private bathroom
Palas de Rei – ArzúaAlbergue San Franciscotop bunk, dorm room
Arzúa – Pedruzo (O Pino)Albergue Mirador de Pedrouzotop bunk, dorm room
O Pedruzo – Santiago de CampostelaThe Last Stamp Hosteltop bunk, dorm room


Cathedral in Santiago de Campostela, Spain

All photos owned by Eeva Valiharju / Wanders the World.

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