Via de la plata
The Silver Route
Via de la Plata (Camino de Santiago). Part 1. Seville to Meridafilm film come
Would roughly 30 days be at all feasible to walk from Sevilla to Santiago? Read all the good advice on walking the Via de la Plata in 30 days in our Camino forum. You can try but I think it is too tall an order. Your body might decide to stop working together with you after about five days. Personally I would not even think about it for you will loose too much in the process. I did manage it in 30 days but that was in November when the temperature was a LOT lower. I managed it in 35 days starting in mid September.
This section requires a reasonable level of fitness. Every day you are guaranteed a high level of comfort, as we carefully choose accommodation with charm and character. Starting in Ourense and reaching Santiago de Compostela, this section of the Camino runs through both farmland and the green low mountains of Galicia. With many up and downs, this section can be seen as challenging, but, with Santiago de Compostela being the final stage, this is certainly the most rewarding of the whole Via de la Plata route! Andrea Smith, Journalist ó Ireland. This played a big part in everyone mixing so well and making it a very special Camino experience.
The Via de la Plata is the longest of the pilgrim routes in Spain, starting from Seville in Andalucia, and running northwards through the provinces of Extremadura.
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We transfer your rucksack. We will take your luggage every day to your next hostel or hotel. Bicycle transportation services. We send your bicycle to your starting or finishing point. Luggage transfer.
The path is used by the modern A and AP freeways, as well as by the older N national road. The name actually derives from the Arabic word al-balat , which means cobbled paving and described the road as engineered by the Romans., The longest of the Camino pilgrimages , the Via de la Plata, starts in the south of Spain at Seville.
Via de la Plata or Camino Mozarabe
Extremadura is also home to some of the best bird watching in Europe and home of the exquisite Pata Negra ham. From Ourense city, perfect to relax at the famous thermal springs, you will discover THE most beautiful of all the last km sections to Santiago de Compostela: across peaceful forests, charming hamlets and lush rolling hills with outstanding views. Read more Via de la Plata Camino articles on our Camino blog. The Camino was laid out in early Christian times, taking advantage of older roads, in keeping with the practical nature of the Romans. During the early Middle Ages, the route was still in use, first with the Visigoths and later under Islamic rule.