R2 – Day 14: Bercianos del Real Camino – Mansilla de las Mulas 26.5km

Your Camino leaves the expansive ‘Tierra de Campos’ behind and continues across grain and cereal crops, leading pilgrims to the plateau of León. The whole stage continues through straight paths, with little shade, take advantage when you find it. You have 27 km with only two villages in the middle, El Burgo Ranero and Reliegos. […]

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R2 – Day 13: Terradillos de los Templarios -Bercianos del Real Camino 23.5km

Today we follow through dirt tracks in little valleys. You will pass through Sahagún quite a big village, full of ancient monuments, with a well-known Romanic Church of San Lorenzo, worth a visit. This town was once the seat of high religious power. Before arriving at Sahagun you will find the sign depicting the halfway […]

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R2 – Day 12: Carrion de los Condes – Terradillos de los Templarios 26.5km

Leave Carrión de Los Condes by crossing the 16th-century bridge and passing the 10th century Benedictine San Zoilo Monastery. From here the Camino de Santiago is reasonably straight and follows an old Roman road known as the Via Aquitania, alternatively known as the Calzada de los Peregrinos. Today you have another stage with endless straight […]

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R2 – Day 7 : Burgos rest day

Burgos is a spectacular, historically rich City boasting many ancient remains throughout. With one of the most extraordinary Gothic Cathedrals in the whole of Spain (declared World Heritage site by Unesco in 1984), located in Santa Maria Plaza built over a period of 200 years combining French Gothic, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles, deserves a […]

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