It is not unlikely that you have arrived in Santiago after a very long walk, perhaps the longest walk you never though you would complete. For many pilgrims the charms of Santiago de Compostela do not do enough to soothe the itch for walking that is developed along the way.
Perhaps you want to go a bit further. Perhaps you want to go a bit farther.
Carry on West to the Atlantic Ocean and the cape of Finisterre, where for centuries before Santiago was a household name a pilgrimage of pagans trekked to the sea to watch the sun be devoured by a vast ocean.
Then, turn North to Muxía for one more day of walking. If that hasn’t cured you, walk back to Santiago. Or perhaps pay a visit to The Little Fox House for your post-camino retreat.
“Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.”
― John Muir
Complete & Searchable Albergue Listing
every albergue to date with
- Opening and closing times
- Season open
- Number / Type / Price for bed
- Kitchen Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Relaxing Facilities
- a map view – data connection required
- read comments / leave comments for other pilgrims
plus contact info
- and now with a facebook link too
Heaps of Points of Interest
- Pleasant detours from the camino
- A few restaurants (places where everyone eats, or places where only those in the know eat).
- and so on and so forth
Includes one long continuously scrolling Elevation Profile
indicating distances between cities with food and accommodation