My Camino Route in 2017

My Camino Route in 2017
This year (2017), I will be walking most of the Camino Levante from Albacete to Zamora I've alloted three weeks in September and October, but may have time at the end for more walking.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Route Maps

So those of you following the blogs can see just where we are going, here are some maps. The map above is that of Spain and Portugal. The area we will walk is in the upper left area of the map

In this enlarged view, the Camino Portugues is shown in purple dots, our route being from Porto to Santiago, about 10 or 11 days. The next stage will be the Camino Finisterra, from Santiago to Muxia and on to Finisterra, 4 days. The final stage, time permitting, will be from Ferrol (5 days) or A Coruna (3 days) back to Santiago.

1 comment:

  1. Great Post. Think the camino's have most to do with the ancient movement of metals (probably North to South) than modern religion. They pass too close to the three key mines, Rio Tinto, Las Madulas & Murgian. In non surf seasons the metals would move by sea.