Day 1 Welcome to Leon
Discover it’s well preserved city center including the 13th century Gothic Cathedral and go for some Tapas and Wine.
Day 2 Ride though the vast plains of Castilla Y Leon Region
Enjoy the quiet roads though agricultural areas. Astorga offers a mixture of old and new atmosphere with Old Roman Ruins, a 15th century Cathedral and the Episcopal Palace designed by Gaudi in the early 1900’s. (Road: 45km/28m or MTB: 52km/32m)
Day 3 Ancient rituals at Cruz de Ferro
The vast plains will give place to zigzaging roads on the mountains, where you will climb to the iconic Cruz de Ferro. Riding downhill, past the quaint village of El Acebo and Ponferrada Templar Castel you will enter the El Bierzo Region. (Road: 76km/47m or MTB: 70km/43m)
Day 4 The mythical O’Cebreiro Village
While climbing up to El Cebreiro you will be rewarded with amazing views of the lush Galicia mountains. As you ride thorough the green countryside, you will go past small villages and the iconic 6th century Monastery of Samos before arriving to Sarria. (Road: 72km/45m or MTB: 79km/49m)
Day 5 Green Galicia
You will ride through forest areas, farmlands and the town of Portomarin on the banks of the Minho River. As you continue on the ups and downs of Galicia you will arrive to Arzua, the last major town of the Camino. (Road: 78km/48m or MTB: 76km/47m)
Day 6 Accomplishment: Santiago de Santiago
A growing sense of expectation will inspire and motivate you as you bike across valleys and rivers
and past a series of villages. Once arriving at Monte do Gozo view point you will have a glimpse of the Santiago Cathedral Towers. Reaching the Cathedral is every pilgrim’s objective and your Camino Bike Trip will be accomplished. (Road or MTB: 36km/22m or MTB)
Day 7 Fairwell
Take some time to admire and explore the beauty of Santiago de Compostela’s old town, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.