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Camino Primitivo to Santiago and then to Muxia & Finisterre Guide August 1, 2015

Guide combining info from various sources for the Primitivo, Finisterre & Muxia

  1. ebrandt
    I put together this guide from various resources (the Gronze & Eroski websites, resources on this forum, the Cicerone Guide to the Northern Caminos, the CSJ Guides to the Primitivo and the Finisterre Routes and Brierly's Guides. It is tailored to our walking needs (no phone ## because we don't carry a phone, mostly albergues because we like the community, daily stages of 20-25 km ...). Also -- we plan to walk in June 2015 so I haven't used this yet!!!

    Liz Brandt

Recent Reviews

  1. Jan Walker
    Jan Walker
    Version: August 1, 2015
    I must be doing something wrong because when I try to download it I just get garbage text. I am using an iPad. Jan
  2. BoWalk
    Version: August 1, 2015
    Very thorough with phone number and the price .
  3. Ralph Keith Redhead
    Ralph Keith Redhead
    Version: August 1, 2015
    thorough and helpful, can cherry-pick the information. Thank you. K
  4. laineylainey
    Version: August 1, 2015
    this is fabulous, just the ting I need to walk the Primitivo next sept - thank you sooooo much Liz
  5. Seeker43
    Version: August 1, 2015
    I used this guide exclusively for the Primitivo (just got to Santiago today) and found it very helpful. It lists albergues and other accommodations including phone numbers and if other people recommended it, it has a height profile for each stage lined up with a map and the albergues as well as distances between villages so it was easy to reconfigure the stages when needed. Lists of things and comments were also much appreciated.
    Thank you, Liz!
  6. Maria Christina
    Maria Christina
    Version: August 1, 2015
    This guide seems to be very thorough and detailed. Thank you!
  7. Ianhooper
    Version: August 1, 2015
    Thank you so much Liz, without your excellent information the Primitivo , which Joy Clews and myself walked in September would have been even more difficult. Now if I could only find a similar accurate guide for the Camino Frances..............

    Best wishes Ian & Joy
  8. BrettP
    Version: August 1, 2015
    Thanks Liz. I've used the previous versions for planning, and will take this one with me on my tablet when I depart from Oviedo with six friends on 15 September. Very grateful for all the work you've put into it.
  9. Elle B
    Elle B
    Version: August 1, 2015
    Thank you Liz. I am leaving in 2 weeks and have downloaded this to my smart phone. I have already studied it and plan to use this guide exclusively and follow your tracks! I really appreciate your hard work on this!
    1. ebrandt
      Author's Response
      Hope it helps! And give me feedback when you return and I'll just try to keep it constantly updated. YOu will love the primitivo. Its hard, but absolutely beautiful! Buen Camino. LIz
  10. fluis
    Version: February 18, 2015
    fantastic information
    1. ebrandt
      Author's Response
      Fluis -- thanks for the review! Liz
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