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Camino de Santiago of the estuary Muros-Noia

Discover the Camino de Santiago from the Muros and Noia estuary through this Jacobean route.

Camino de Santiago ría de Muros-Noia - Wikimedia commons/Francisco de Asís Alfaro Fernández

Camino de Santiago ría de Muros-Noia - Wikimedia commons/Francisco de Asís Alfaro Fernández

Camino de Santiago de la ría Muros-Noia: A route from the west coast of Galicia

The Camino de Santiago de la ría Muros-Noia is one of the most recent Jacobean routes and is becoming more and more popular. It was officially recognized as a Jacobean route last December 2020 and allows you to reach the Cathedral of Santiago from the west coast of Galicia, something that did not happen with most Jacobean routes.
While the English Way arrives from the north, the Portuguese Way from the south and the French Way from the east, this new Jacobean route arrives from the west coast of the Galician coast. The Camino de Santiago of the Muros-Noia estuary covers different localities located on the banks of the Muros-Noia estuary to then go inland and continue until you reach the Cathedral of Santiago.

Why walk theCamino de Santiago of the estuary of Muros-Noia?

Although all Jacobean routes have different attractions, the strong point of the Muros-Noia route is the fusion between the flora of the area with the views offered by the estuary.  Thanks to this route you can know from lush areas in the countryside to different villages near the Muros-Noia estuary, as well as cruises, hórreos and more buildings of great historical value.
In addition to the fact of a landscape that fuses land and water, the Camino de Santiago of the Muros-Noia estuary has the perfect distance to cover it in a few days. To this we must add that the average distance of its stages is much shorter than other Jacobean routes and that its route is more stable so that its journey is more comfortable to enjoy the scenery.

Stages of theCamino de Santiago of the estuary of Muros-Noia

The Camino de Santiago of the estuary of Muros-Noia consists of a total of 10 stages that originally go from the town of Muros to Santiago de Compostela. 
  • Stage 1: Muros - Esteiro (14 km)
  • Stage 2: Esteiro - Cruceiro de Roo (8.5 km)
  • Stage 3: Cruceiro de Roo - Serra de Outes (3.5 km)
  • Stage 4: Serra de Outes - Noia (14.8 km)
  • Stage 5: Porto do Son - Portosin (8 km)
  • Stage 6: Portosin - Noia (7.7 km)
  • Stage 7: Noia - San Xusto (8.9 km)
  • Stage 8: San Xusto - Urdilde (9.3 km)
  • Stage 9: Urdilde - Alqueidón (5.5 km)
  • Stage 10: Alqueidón - Bertamiráns (2.7 km)
  • Stage 11: Bertamiráns - Santiago de Compostela (12.9 km)

Points of interest along the Pilgrims Route to Santiago de Compostela in the Muros-Noia Estuary

There are many points of interest along the stages of this Jacobean route, but here are some of the most outstanding ones.
  • Church of San Martiño de Noia
  • Church of San Pedro de Muros
  • Pontenafonso medieval bridge 
  • Monastery of San Xusto
  • Necropolis Chan do Codeso or Martelo
  • Miradoiro da Atalaya of Porto do Son
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