THE ROUTE OF SANTIAGO II (7 NOCHES) (7 Nights / 8 Days)

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Through this route, you may visit the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, in which -according to tradition- the tomb of Saint James the Elder is. The Saint James Way has been declared by the UNESCO World Heritage and by the Council of Europe "European Cultural Itinerary".
Night 1,2 : Parador de Leon
Some of the most prestigious architects and sculptors in the country and neighboring France worked on the carved façade, cloister, church and magnificent choir stalls. Its thick walls bore witness to important episodes in our history: they hosted the order’s chapter meetings, served as a place of confinement for such illustrious figures as writer Francisco Quevedo, and witnessed tragic periods, including...

Night 3,4 : Parador de Monforte de Lemos
You won't want to miss a visit to the Colegio de Los Escolapios (Piarist School), a majestic building more than 100 meters in length. Construction of the structure was begun in 1593 and completed in 1913, after more than three centuries of work. Its grandeur evokes El Escorial Monastery and its walls bear the coats of arms of the counts of Lemos, the House of Alba and the Piarist Fathers, who were responsibl...

Night 5 : Parador de Vilalba
Vilalba is an ancient, noble town in a land filled with legend where the river and plain dominate the landscape. Nature offers itself up for your enjoyment at La Madalena, a river beach; Charca del Alligal, with its medicinal waters; and the areas along the many rivers flowing through this region. You can also explore the country roads of the Xistral Mountains and Mount Monseivane. The sea is just 4...

Night 6 : Parador de Ferrol
Ferrol was built to look out to sea, protecting itself from the invasions it faced. The military arsenal is one of the city's most emblematic locations and is closely linked with its history as a naval and military center. It is situated opposite the avenue known as Los Cantones or Alameda de Suances.  The silhouette of industrial activity in the city, including the shipyards, the immense beaches and...

Night 7 : Parador de Santiago de Compostela
The hotel was built as a royal hospital in 1499 to accommodate pilgrims traveling to Santiago. Today, it continues to invite visitors to enjoy a city that is as universal as it is fascinating. Inside this Parador Museum, considered the oldest hotel in the world, you will discover four beautiful cloisters, elegant rooms, spectacular guest rooms and a luxurious dining room that offers fish and meat prepared...