Despite the fact that the historic Camino does not pass directly through Samos, but rather, goes through San Xil.
Increasingly, more and more pilgrims are attracted to this enclave for the beauty of its monastery and consequently choose Samos as a variant route. The location, a small residential village, offers a great deal of services to pilgrims and serves as a recommendable cultural visit.
In the shop Casa Manxarín pilgrims with a sweet tooth can try a typical Samos cake made using a monastic recipe from the XVIII century. The establishment is located in Rúa Fontao, 14 (phone: (+34) 982 546 023).
If you are traveling on the Camino de Santiago or are planning to do so soon, you should know that the distance separating Samos from Santiago de Compostela is 126 kilometers.
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