El Camino de Santiago de Compostela: Week Four and Five

Week Four

Camino Day 22
Day 22
Start: Astorga
Finish: Foncebadón
Distance: 26 km
Time: 5 hours 45 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €7
Day 23
Start: Foncebadón
Finish: Ponferrada
Distance: 28 km
Time: 8 hours 30 minutes
Accommodation: €25
Food: €10
Camino Day 23
Camino Day 24
Day 24
Start: Ponferrada
Finish: Villafranca del Bierzo
Distance: 25 km
Time: 5 hours 35 minutes
Accommodation: €8.50
Food: €15.50
Day 25
Start: Villafranca del Bierzo
Finish: O Cebreiro
Distance: 30 km
Time: 7 hours 50 minutes
Accommodation: €6
Food: €21
Camino Day 25
Camino Day 26
Day 26
Start: O Cebreiro
Finish: San Mamed do Camiño
Distance: 36 km
Time: 8 hours 50 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €14
Day 27
Start: San Mamed do Camiño
Finish: Portomarin
Distance: 26 km
Time: 7 hours 15 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €20.50
Camino Day 27
Camino Day 28
Day 28
Start: Portomarin
Finish: Palas de Rei
Distance: 25 km
Time: 5 hours 20 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €13

Week Five

Day 29
Start: Palas de Rei
Finish: Ribadiso da Baixo
Distance: 26 km
Time: 6 hours 40 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €14
Camino Day 29
Camino Day 30
Day 30
Start: Ribadiso da Baixo
Finish: O Pedrouzo
Distance: 22 km
Time: 5 hours 30 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €21
Day 31: The Big Finale
Start: O Pedrouzo
Finish: Santiago
Distance: 20 km
Time: 4 hours 20 minutes
Accommodation: €24
Food: €30
Camino Day 31
Camino Family Finish
Camino Success
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5 thoughts on “El Camino de Santiago de Compostela: Week Four and Five”

  1. What a fantastic effort Kat. Well done, and a terrific record for others to watch and urge you on… Are you going to continue to Finisterre or have you had enough? Just love the jump for joy at the end!

    1. Thanks! That jump felt so sluggish, as though I didn’t even leave the ground – thankfully it turned out better than it felt 😉
      Finisterre, yes I chose to head there, but in a car. Arriving in Santiago I felt that I had achieved what I wanted to achieve and if I pushed my body any further it would break. So I enjoyed getting to and from there the easy way.

  2. Hi Cat! Good to read you made it in only 31 days, congrats ?. We plan to be in Santiago next thursday the 30th of June. Lots of injuries ?. Whatever, we made it. Be it in 52 days ?. Good luck and lots of fun with your mum on the Galapagos! Regards from Wout and Berdine.

    1. Great to hear from you! It’s a pity that you have had some injuries along the way, hopefully nothing too major :/
      It doesn’t matter how long it takes, as long as you make it and enjoy it!

      I meet mum in a few days, it’s pretty exciting!
      Sending hugs and best wishes for the last few days!!
      Cat

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