Ich bin dann mal weg … Off to Biarritz & St Jean pied de port

Preliminary itinerary for my Camino de Santiago trip

  1. 6 Aug: Arrive in Biarritz and transfer to St Jean
  2. 7 Aug: St Jean pied de port – roncesvalles, 27km
  3. 8 Aug: Roncesvalles – Pamplona, 42km
  4. 9 Aug: Pamplona – Puente La Reina, 24km
  5. 10 Aug: Puente la reina – Los Arcos, 40km
  6. 11 Aug: Los Arcos – Logrono, 27km
  7. 12 Aug: Logrono – Najera, 28km
  8. 13 Aug: Najera – Viloria de Rioja, 34km
  9. 14 Aug: Viloria de Rioja – Burgos, 44km
  10. 15 Aug: Burgos – Hornillos del camino, 31km
  11. 16 Aug: Day off
  12. 17 Aug: Hornillos del camino – Itero de la Vega, 32km
  13. 18 Aug: Itero de la Vega – Carrion de los Condes, 32km
  14. 19 Aug: Carrion de los Condes – Terradillos de los Templarios, 26km
  15. 20 Aug: Terradillos de los Templarios – El Burgo Ranero, 29km
  16. 21 Aug: El Burgo Ranero – Leon, 37km
  17. 22 Aug: Leon – Hospital de Orbigo, 32km
  18. 23 Aug: Hospital de Obigo – Foncebadon – 41km
  19. 24 Aug: Foncebadon  – Ponferrada, 27km
  20. 25 Aug: Ponferrada – Vega de Valcarce, 36km
  21. 26 Aug: Vega de Valcarce – Triacastela, 33km
  22. 27 Aug: Triacastela – Portomarin, 39km
  23. 28 Aug: Portomarin – Palas do Rei, 25km
  24. 29 Aug: Palas do Rei – Arzua, 29km
  25. 30 Aug: Arzua – Santiago de Compostela, 38km
  26. 31 Aug: Day off
  27. 1 Sep: Santiago – Negreira, 20km
  28. 2 Sep: Negreira – Olveiroa, 31km
  29. 3 Sep: Olveiroa – Fisterra, 29km
  30. 4 Sep: Day off
  31. 5 Sep: Fisterra – Muxia, 28km
  32. 6 Sep: Muxia – Olveiroa, 26km
  33. 7 Sep: Olveiroa – Vilacoba, 19km
  34. 8 Sep: Vilacoba – Santiago De Compostella, 32km
  35. 9 Sep: Flight home

34 days, 938km

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The scallop shell – symbol of pilgrims

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His book has been an inspiration for sure

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