Our guide is one-of-a-kind because it is the only guide we know that is written in English. You can find lots of information in Spanish, but you may miss something in this terrain where you need to plan ahead and call ahead to secure food and/or accommodation. It is a true pilgrimage adventure!
The route goes from Ávila, Spain where St Teresa was born, and ends in Alba de Tormes, in the cathedral where she is buried. This route celebrates the life of St. Teresa from the "Cradle to the Grave." It is 107 or 117 km long, depending on whether you choose the northern or the southern route. The Camino Teresiano can be easily linked to the Via de la Plata in Salamanca, as a wonderful and reflective 4-6 day start to your Camino de Santiago.
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