Camino de Santiago Organised Trips

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Discover our group trips to the Camino de Santiago

Join this incredible adventure that will take us through the Camino de Santiago from Sarriá to the UNESCO World Heritage city of Santiago de Compostela.

During these 5 stages of the Camino de Santiago, we will traverse the beautiful Galician forests, explore charming villages and hamlets, and delight in unparalleled views. Additionally, we will savour the rich Galician cuisine, one of the most traditional and authentic in the country.

At Nomad Bee, we offer you an experience you will remember for a lifetime, shared with a group of friends and pilgrims like yourself.

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Experiences awaiting you on your organised trip to the Camino de Santiago

Incredible landscapes
Get ready to be surrounded by stunning forests and charming trails, enjoying breathtaking views throughout each stage of the Camino de Santiago. Its nature will leave you amazed.
World-famous gastronomy
We'll taste dishes as characteristic and traditional as "pulpo a feira" from Melide or the best Spanish omelettes and empanadas we've ever had. Scallops, "lacón con cachelos," and a tarta de Santiago to finish. Can you think of anything better?
Discover charming villages and towns
Along the way, we will encounter villages and towns with genuine charm and hospitality. These picturesque corners of Galicia will dazzle us with their traditional architecture, cobbled streets, and centuries-old shops dedicated to pilgrims.
Santiago de Compostela
This UNESCO World Heritage city is undoubtedly one of Spain's most majestic. The Santiago Cathedral will be the final point of our journey. Entering the Obradoiro Square with all our travel companions will be an experience we will never forget.
Obtain your Compostela
From Sarriá to Santiago de Compostela, 114 kilometres separate us, and in each stage, we must stamp our pilgrim credential to prove that we have completed part of the Camino and thus receive the coveted official certification called the Compostela.
Share with new friends
After each stage and walk, we'll have time to rest and get to know each other better. Evenings will be dedicated to enjoying beers, good company, and engaging in group dynamics for some fun.
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Incredible landscapes

Get ready to be surrounded by stunning forests and charming trails, enjoying breathtaking views throughout each stage of the Camino de Santiago. Its nature will leave you amazed.

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World-famous gastronomy

We’ll taste dishes as characteristic and traditional as “pulpo a feira” from Melide or the best Spanish omelettes and empanadas we’ve ever had. Scallops, “lacón con cachelos”, and a tarta de Santiago to finish. Can you think of anything better?

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Discover charming villages and towns

Along the way, we will encounter villages and towns with genuine charm and hospitality. These picturesque corners of Galicia will dazzle us with their traditional architecture, cobbled streets, and centuries-old shops dedicated to pilgrims.

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Santiago de Compostela

This UNESCO World Heritage city is undoubtedly one of Spain’s most majestic. The Santiago Cathedral will be the final point of our journey. Entering the Obradoiro Square with all our travel companions will be an experience we will never forget.

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Obtain your Compostela

From Sarriá to Santiago de Compostela, 114 kilometres separate us, and in each stage, we must stamp our pilgrim credential to prove that we have completed part of the Camino and thus receive the coveted official certification called the Compostela.

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Share with new friends

After each stage and walk, we’ll have time to rest and get to know each other better. Evenings will be dedicated to enjoying beers, good company, and engaging in group dynamics for some fun.

Stages of the Camino de Santiago

In our organised trips to the Camino de Santiago, we will cover the stretch from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, totalling 114 kilometres in 5 stages:

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Stage 1

Sarriá – Portomarín

Distance: 22km

Time: 5 o 6 hours

Difficulty: Low

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Stage 2

Portomarín – Palas de Rei

Distance: 25km

Time: 5 o 6 hours

Difficulty: Low

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Stage 3

Palas de Rei – Ribadixo de Baixo

Distance: 27km

Time: 7/8 hours

Difficulty: Medium

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Stage 4

Ribadixo de Baixo – Pedrouzo

Distance: 21km

Time: 5 o 6 hours

Difficulty: Low

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Stage 5

Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela

Distance: 19km

Time: 4 o 5 hours

Difficulty: Low



Stage 1
Sarriá – Portomarín

Distance: 22km
Time: 5 o 6 hours
Difficulty: Low


Stage 2
Portomarín – Palas de Rei

Distance: 25km
Time: 5 o 6 hours
Difficulty: Low


Stage 3
Palas de Rei – Ribadixo de Baixo

Distance: 27km
Time: 7/8 hours
Difficulty: Medium


Stage 4
Ribadixo de Baixo - Pedrouzo

Distance: 21km
Time: 5 o 6 hours
Difficulty: Low


Stage 5
Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela

Distance: 19km
Time: 4 o 5 hours
Difficulty: Low
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Tips for doing the Camino de Santiago from Sarriá

Next, we’ll give you some tips to make your experience on the Camino de Santiago from Sarriá a perfect 10. In any case, you can always ask us, and a couple of weeks before the trip, a WhatsApp group will be created for your trip and your guide will send you a Nomad Bee document with all the necessary information:

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Physical preparation

Intensive preparation is not necessary for the stages of the Camino de Santiago. However, we’ll average 23 kilometres per day, so we recommend walking a few kilometres here and there (and perhaps a longer walk) a few weeks before the trip to acclimate your body to the walks.

Bring cash

You can pay with a card in almost all places; however, it’s always advisable to have some cash for emergencies or places where cards may not be accepted.

New footwear?

If you need to buy footwear for the stages of the Camino de Santiago, we recommend doing so with time and getting used to the new boots or sneakers to avoid possible discomfort or blisters. We recommend comfortable footwear such as trekking shoes.

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Maximum weight in your backpack

We do not recommend carrying more than 10% of your weight in your backpack. In other words, try to get rid of anything unnecessary from your backpack. You don’t need to carry much on the Camino.

Backpack transport service

We will also have the option to send our backpacks from stage to stage through a transport service. In that case, it would be ideal to have a smaller backpack to carry the essentials for the route.

Foot cream or Vaseline

It wouldn't be strange to get a blister if you are not entirely accustomed to your footwear or walking so many kilometres. So, buying Vaseline or foot cream can be a good idea to apply before starting our stages of the Camino de Santiago.

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Soap

To try to reduce the weight of your backpack, a good trick is to carry a bar (or half) of Lagarto soap and to wash your clothes after each stage, which allows you to carry less clothing. If you do the Camino de Santiago from Sarriá in the warmer months, you won't have a problem with your shirt drying for the next day.

Don't forget:

Other things you shouldn't forget to pack in your luggage include a water bottle (minimum capacity of 1 litre), sunscreen, a raincoat, a sleeping bag, light and technical clothing, and, of course, a smile 😉

Camino de Santiago from Sarriá: ¿When is the best time to go?

To do the Camino de Santiago from Sarriá you have to take into account several factors such as the climate or personal preference to choose the time to live this wonderful adventure.

High Season: Encompassing the months of late June, July, August, and early September, coinciding with summer vacations. Days are longer and sunnier, and we will find a higher number of pilgrims along each stage of the Camino de Santiago. It could also be a good time to continue the journey to Finisterre or explore the wonderful Galician beaches and estuaries.

Mid-Season: Between March to June and September to October, during spring and autumn, we will find fewer pilgrims in this season, which we love because temperatures are mild, days are long, and, in general, the Camino is quieter. However, don’t forget the raincoat, as we may encounter a bit of rain on some stages. Additionally, the trails offer spring colours full of flowers, and autumnal hues in October and November.

Low Season: From November to February, the Camino offers a more intimate experience, although with weather challenges. Temperatures are colder, and some hostels may close, but those seeking serenity and reflection will find solitude on the Camino and a different way to experience it.

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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about our trips to the Camino de Santiago

Is transportation to Sarria included in the price?

Transport to the starting point of our trips is not included. You decide the best way to get to Sarria, whether by car, plane, bus, or the transportation of your choice. This way, you have total freedom to stay a few extra days or arrive at the destination earlier.

How can I get to Sarriá?

Do you live outside Spain?

The best way is to fly to the airport of Santiago de Compostela: Aeropuerto de Santiago – Rosalía de Castro (SCQ) and take a bus to Sarriá.

 

If you already live in Spain and you want to get to Sarriá you will have many option to do it:

  • By plane ✈️: Fly to Santiago de Compostela (SCQ) and take a bus to Lugo (2 hours) and another bus from Lugo to Sarriá (about 35 minutes). This can be done with the company Monbus.

  • By train 🚆: Travelling by RENFE is one of the most recommendable options if you are travelling from Madrid as there are daily connections. You can also travel from Barcelona, although the journey takes about 12 hours. To check all the RENFE timetables click here
  • By car 🚘: From Madrid it will take you about 5 hours and from Barcelona about 9 hours and a half. You can also share a car with other members of the group or use the Blablacar app.
  • By bus 🚍: there are no direct connections from cities like Barcelona or Madrid. You would have to travel to Lugo or Santiago and from there to Sarriá.
How long will it take to do the Camino de Santiago in a group?

The distance between Sarria and Santiago de Compostela is 114 kilometres, which we will cover in 5 stages. Our itineraries to the Camino de Santiago are for 7 days and 6 nights.

Do we need to physically prepare to do the the Camino de Santiago?

Intensive physical preparation is not necessary for the stages of the Camino de Santiago, but we do recommend taking walks of 5 kilometres and a longer walk before the trip to acclimate our muscles, joints, and feet for the stages we will do during the journey.

Who is this group trip to the Camino de Santiago for?

Whether you are a person who wants to do the stages of the Camino de Santiago alone, with friends, or as a couple, this trip is ideal for everyone.

 

For 7 days, we will walk at our own pace among impressive landscapes and enjoy the company and this great group experience. We are waiting for you to live this enriching journey.

Where will we sleep and with whom during our trip?

During our journey, we will sleep in private hostels, sharing rooms. Sharing these moments with the group is part of the essence of the Camino de Santiago.

 

We choose each accommodation along the Camino de Santiago that meets our quality standards.

What luggage should I bring?

The luggage we will have to carry is a travel backpack, not a suitcase. We will travel light for comfort.

What are the electrical outlets like on the Camino de Santiago?

They are the same as those in Spain.

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