Check here the weather in Sarria today to know what to take with you and how to plan your visit to the Camino de Santiago.
Sarria, at 512 meters above sea level, is characterized by an oceanic climate of continental influence, with cold winters (from November to March we will find the months with lower temperatures of the year) and mild and pleasant summers, where the average temperature is 18ºC. Sarria receives frequent precipitations throughout the year less precisely in the summer months, when they are smaller. The continental influence of its climate is given by its remoteness with respect to the sea, being located the locality in a valley.
Geographically, Sarria is located in the southern half of the province of Lugo, 110 kilometers from Santiago de Compostela. Sarria is one of the most frequented points of the Camino de Santiago, because year after year the town is the most chosen as a starting point for pilgrims who take the Jacobean route of the French Way to pilgrimage to Santiago. Among other reasons, this is due to the fact that from Sarria pilgrims can get the compostela on arrival in the holy city, since the locality exceeds the minimum required distance (100 km).
If you are planning to make the Camino de Santiago from the millenary Lugo town, here you can find out how much time you will spend in Sarria today, so that you can plan all the possible setbacks in your trip.
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