In this stage, which may be considered the prelude to Santiago, the pilgrims will pass through the last large town on the route, a location intimately related to the pilgrimage route.
Arzúa, with 6,315 inhabitants, is a council without a vast number of monuments and in which modern architecture has given way to new builds. Its main economy can be found in its cheese and honey, very popular in the Camino de Santiago.
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