The Sanabria Way Routes

The Sanabres Way is also known as the Camino Mozárabe as King Alfonso IX went back from Santiago using this road in 1225. This Camino was traditionally the route pilgrims would take from the South of Spain to join up with the Via de la Plata before continuing their journey to Santiago de Compostela. It is thought that this is one of the oldest original routes of the Camino de Santiago. The Sanabria Way goes along the province of Zamora and enters Galicia through A Gudiña and then goes through the beautiful city of Ourense, carries on to the province of Pontevedra Finally the province of A Coruña to reach the Galician capital and the Camino will reveal some Romanesque jewels, landscapes of vineyards and green walkways where tranquillity and nature rule. Pilgrims on the Camino Sanabrés have a fully-fledged hostel and accommodation network, the route is also properly signposted all the way to Santiago de Compostela. Wine, food and cultural heritage will take the lucky pilgrims on this Camino to their destination.