As we continue our walk, delightful views accompany us, the coast to our right and green hills to our left.
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After finishing this stage, we head to the city of Bilbao where we visit the iconic Guggenheim Museum. We walk along scenic mountain paths and through charming towns until we reach the promenade of Castro-Urdiales. We then head to the picturesque town of Santillana del Mar. Comillas — San Vicente de la Barquera Night in the Parador in Cangas de Onis.
This is the last stage in the region of Cantabria, which characterized by interesting and emblematic towns. We start our walk near the beach and walk through the hills to Priesca. The city of Oviedo awaits us after the walk for lunch and a visit with a local guide.
Our stage for today is short and sweet. After reaching the beautiful town of El Pito, we go to Figueras and reach Ribadeo, our place of accommodation, by boat, a tradition among pilgrims. We visit the famous Playa de las Catedrales Beach of the Cathedrals , depending on the tide. We start at a crossroads and over a bridge to find ourselves surrounded by breathtaking scenery until we enter the city of Villalba and reach our Parador.
We enjoy the city and superb accommodations, rest, reflect on the day, and savor a regionally-sourced and delicious dinner.1zoo.kh.ua/includes/map9.php
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We will pass by the San Alberte chapel and lovely tiny towns along the route. We head towards the small town of Marcela eventually reaching the highest point of the entire North Coast Camino.
Our daily mileage increases during these remaining days until reaching Santiago. We follow the paved road through rural Galicia. The end of this stage is where the North Way and the French Way unite. As a special treat, we enjoy a delicious pairing of different local cheese and honey.
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During this stage, you will notice many more pilgrims and services along The Way of Saint James. We walk through forests and towns until we reach Pedrouzo, which has been important place for pilgrims throughout history and still is today. In this mostly urban stage, we are nearing our final destination: Santiago!
Walking into Santiago is a glorious moment to celebrate a significant achievement in body, mind, and spirit! In the morning we offer a guided visit through Santiago, focusing on the old city, the historical monuments, and other places of interest. Our pilgrimage ends at approximately pm and your Camino through life begins!
Buen Camino! I am deeply grateful. In those days, I walked solo, carrying a heavy backpack and sleeping rough in hostels. Being super tough and super strong meant everything to me. I began to reflect on my life and my work, my values, and beliefs. After stops, starts, and stumbles, I shifted my career from a high-pressure lawyer-lobbyist to human scale work with leaders and individuals to foster greater connectedness, compassion, authenticity, and relational trust.
Walk in Beauty is a centerpiece of my work. The Camino contributed greatly to help me shift my values. Today, my deepest aspiration is to support myself and others in this process of transformation. I believe that the Camino should be accessible to everyone, not only the physically fit. As a pilgrimage leader, I have escorted hundreds of people of varied abilities along the Way of Saint James and this gives me deep joy and inspiration.
Embark on a pilgrimage to discover something new about yourself. In the experience of encounter with Mystery, you begin to question your assumptions, expectations, and pre-conceived ideas, and perhaps a new way of seeing yourself and the world emerges. Want to Know More? Read Pilgrimage As Activism. Through her writing, she seeks to foster a more compassionate and peaceful world. She has studied and practiced mindfulness in the Plum Village tradition since , was ordained in the Order of Interbeing by Thich Nhat Hanh in , and ordained as a Dharma Teacher in , receiving the Lamp Transmission.
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