All you need to know to walk the Camino de Santiago from Sarria: advice, secrets, where to sleep, what to see and how long it will take you to Santiago de Compostela.
Sarria is one of the most important places, named and known of the Camino de Santiago, but why? It turns out that this town Lugo, beginning and end of the stage of the French Way, is 100 kilometers from Santiago de Compostela. Precisely 100 km traveled by the Camino de Santiago the minimum that is needed to apply for the compostela in Santiago, when finished. For this reason, many pilgrims choose this town to start their Camino de Santiago and take the certificate that is issued in the Cathedral of Santiago. From Sarria it takes approximately 5 days and 6 nights to reach Santiago -recoring a total of 5 stages-, so starting here is perfect for pilgrims who enjoy little time, but still want to experience the Camino.
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