Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago – All the maps in one place!

In total, I walked about 119.91 km in my journey from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela (not including any walking once I get to a location). Here are all of the maps including elevation profiles in one convenient location.

Many pilgrims stop in the cities, which are conveniently placed about a days walk apart. This is likely not an accident since those cities likely developed as pilgrims over a thousand years traveled through and spent the night there. Consequently, in many blogs or stories, you will likely hear Sarria – Portomarin – Palas de Rei – Melide – Arzua – O Pedrouzo – Santiago as the stops. Though cities will have more albergues, better equipped albergues, more restaurants and supermarkets which make life easier for pilgrims, I love the tranquility of the countryside. Consequently, you can see below in my maps that I tended to stop 5-7km after the city.

Map of the location of the Camino from Sarria to Santiago in reference to the rest of Spain

Overview of Sarria-Santiago

Overview of the Camino from Sarria to Santiago with all of the cities on route

Overview of Sarria-Santiago closer

Day 1 – Arriving at Sarria in the afternoon and a short walk to Barbadeo / Vilei, the first community outside of Sarria

Day 1 with elevation

Day 2 – Barbadelo to Gonzar via Portomarin

Day 2 with elevation

Day 3 – Gonzar to Ponte Campana via Palas de Rei

Day 3 with elevation

Day 4 – Ponte Campana to Boente via Melide

Day 4 with elevation

Day 5 – Boente to O Pedrouzo via Aruza

Day 5 with elevation

Day 6 – O Pedrouzo to Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

Day 6 with elevation

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