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Pros and Cons, for Camino Numero quatro (4)

Squeak

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Camino Ruta de la Norte 2014
Camino Via de la Plata 2016
So with our current status of not traveling here in Western Australia, We are planning our next Camino (later in 22 or early 23).
I'm torn between the Morzarabe and the Sureste.

We have done the Norte, VdPl and the Portuguese routes previously.

Does anyone have experience with the above 2 routes, Pros/cons of one over the other etc...
Personal experiences with either?
Gracias
Squeak and Kas
 
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lt56ny

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2021
By December I will have completed the VDLP from Sevilla. I walked from Irun on the Norte in 2018. It was wonderful and really beautiful and if you can read GPS you can take lots of really nice variants that will keep you along the coast. Judging from elevation guides I don't think it is a stretch to say the the VDLP although it is longer is a much easier Camino. From watching You Tube videos I would also gather that if you like walking along the ocean the Norte is prettier. Both Caminos eventually will bring you into the hills and mountains of Galicia. So ask me again about December 10 haha.
 

Squeak

New Member
Past OR future Camino
Camino Ruta de la Norte 2014
Camino Via de la Plata 2016
By December I will have completed the VDLP from Sevilla. I walked from Irun on the Norte in 2018. It was wonderful and really beautiful and if you can read GPS you can take lots of really nice variants that will keep you along the coast. Judging from elevation guides I don't think it is a stretch to say the the VDLP although it is longer is a much easier Camino. From watching You Tube videos I would also gather that if you like walking along the ocean the Norte is prettier. Both Caminos eventually will bring you into the hills and mountains of Galicia. So ask me again about December 10 haha.
You misunderstood my question :) I have completed the Norte, VdlP and the Portugese.

I would like experience about the Mozarabe and Sureste routes. This 2 route are from the south east parts of Spain
 

lt56ny

Veteran Member
Past OR future Camino
2021
You misunderstood my question :) I have completed the Norte, VdlP and the Portugese.

I would like experience about the Mozarabe and Sureste routes. This 2 route are from the south east parts of Spain
Why do you have to sound like my wife who says I am either deaf or dumb (brain wise) as I misunderstand her constantly! One of these days I will walk Mozarabe and Sureste. I never could figure out if the Sureste name was just another name for Lana.
Again confusion reigns!
Here were a couple of websites I have looked at in the past that may be of help if you don't already know them.

 

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