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This place sounds wonderful ... we fly to Spain tomorrow, so this is PERFECT timing! I'd love to hear what stages people recommend in the Primitivo ... I'm 'sitting on the fence' as to where we should plan to stop. Advice? (following Lugo, we will walk the green route too :) .. following...
thank you! We actually like to 'wander and not worry about booking' - but it's helpful to have an idea as to when you need to be at a place to aim to get a bed :) (Such a joy not having to book the whole camino!)
I'm wondering whether anyone can confirm some information for us - Is Convento de San Jose, Zumaia open late May/early June, or not. Gronze says yes - Wise Pilgrim no - Village to Village says yes. Putting final plans in place for our Camino del Norte from May 25, so wondering :)
Hi all. We are walking the Norte/Primitivo from late May and are at the stage where we're planning which places are best to stop for two days. We have decided San Seb. for two, and possibly Oviedo as well. We'd love your ideas! Thanks!
Hi everyone My husband and I begin to walk the Norte/Primitivo route in late May and would love some advice. We've already walked the Frances, and walked through the stages which are shared with the Primitivo camino, and as we have found our most impacting experiences whilst staying at the...
Thank you so much! This is so helpful. It's interesting doing the Frances first ... it is unique. We loved the Via Podiensis, but it is a very different experience. It's all about enjoying the uniqueness of each camino :)
I'm wondering which steps you have taken after Bilbao - are there 'you must stay here' stops? Portugalete or push through to Pobena? Is Castro Urdiales a must stop, or move through to Islares? thanks everyone
Hi everyone We're beginning to plan our 3rd camino - Camino del Norte and on to the Primitivo. When we walked both the Camino Frances and Via Podiensis, we gleaned loads of information from others on this forum (thanks Ivar!!) who had already walked the route - the simple 'pilgrim'...