You'll then continue your Camino de Santiago walk to the coastal hamlet of Arcade, famous for its oysters; the heritage city of Pontevedra and its quintessentially Galician old town; the spa town of Caldas de Reis; Padrón; and finally Santiago de Compostela where you can claim your Compostela certificate.
- Walk in the Rías Baixas, famous for its seafood and Albariño white wine
- Go for a swim in one of Galicia's many sandy beaches
- Follow a less-travelled camino with stunning coastal views
- Explore the quaint cobbled streets of the old quarter in charming Pontevedra
- Claim your Compostela pilgrim certificate
- Discover Santiago de Compostela and its UNESCO-listed old town, the destination for thousands of pilgrims from all over the globe every year
- Have your luggage transported along the way by CaminoWays.com
- For the full itinerary, click here
How to enter
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Prize includes seven nights' B&B, luggage transfer from hotel to hotel and holiday pack with practical information. Not included: flights, transport, insurance, dinner/lunch. US, UK & Ireland entrants only. For full Terms & Conditions see here. CaminoWays.com is a cycling and walking specialist offering great holidays on the many different routes of the Camino de Santiago across France, Portugal and Spain. To plan your Camino de Santiago trip, visit www.caminoways.com or email [email protected].