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Sanabres Guide

Karl Oz

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances
Portuguese
Piamonte
Aragones
Elizabethpfad
Hi, Is there a guide of the Sanabres available, either on this forum or elsewhere? One with a map, accommodation, interesting facts etc, but excluding the VdlP to the south. I know Peregrina2000 just published one for the Inverno just this month, but it appears now that I may have enough time for the Sanabres. Thanks.
 

peregrina2000

Moderator
Staff member
Hi, Is there a guide of the Sanabres available, either on this forum or elsewhere? One with a map, accommodation, interesting facts etc, but excluding the VdlP to the south. I know Peregrina2000 just published one for the Inverno just this month, but it appears now that I may have enough time for the Sanabres. Thanks.
Hi, Karl,
I think that the gronze website is all you will need. The Sanabrés from Zamora to Santiago is well-traveled, well-marked, and a great camino to walk. Even if you don’t read Spanish, the important info is obvious. Gronze starts here: https://www.gronze.com/etapa/granja-moreruela/tabara
 

Raggy

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Mozarabe Almeria (2017)
Cherhill to Canterbury - Pilgrims' Way (2018)
Via Francigena (2019)
Antonio Retamosa also provides helpful background info (in Spanish) and a PDF guide:
Information about each stage
PDF of Albergues
 

Karl Oz

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances
Portuguese
Piamonte
Aragones
Elizabethpfad
Thank you P2000 and Raggy.

I was planning the Inverno, as you know, but due to some serendipity and aligning of planets I think I now have about 13 or 14 days at my disposal, which should allow me to complete the Sanabres, which was my original intention.
 

MikeJS

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Francis (2011), Norte (2012), VdlP (Apr 2016). Sureste/Invierno (Apr/May 2017).
From memory the Wise Pilgrim app for the VdlP covers the Sanabres and is excellent.
 

Martyduc

Hunter Valley,Australia
Camino(s) past & future
Frances 15,Portuguese 16,Finisterre Muxia 16,Ingles16,, Almeria to Muxia,Finesterre 18,,Camino 19 ??
And Gerald Kellys guide on the VLDP also covers the Sanabres ,,, and there is a new free PDF version out now ,,,, thanks Gerald
 

Sandra Riordan

Hobart Australia
Camino(s) past & future
Francis 2015, Portuguese 2016, El Norte 2017 & VDLP 2019.
Hi, Is there a guide of the Sanabres available, either on this forum or elsewhere? One with a map, accommodation, interesting facts etc, but excluding the VdlP to the south. I know Peregrina2000 just published one for the Inverno just this month, but it appears now that I may have enough time for the Sanabres. Thanks.
The Peregrino Online app does a Sanabres only app and it is in four languages.
 

steve cole

Member
Camino(s) past & future
Starting the french way today
Hi, Is there a guide of the Sanabres available, either on this forum or elsewhere? One with a map, accommodation, interesting facts etc, but excluding the VdlP to the south. I know Peregrina2000 just published one for the Inverno just this month, but it appears now that I may have enough time for the Sanabres. Thanks.
 

annandkerith

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances (2006), St Olaf (2008), Vde La P (2010), Portuguese (2014), VdLP (2019)
Hi, Is there a guide of the Sanabres available, either on this forum or elsewhere? One with a map, accommodation, interesting facts etc, but excluding the VdlP to the south. I know Peregrina2000 just published one for the Inverno just this month, but it appears now that I may have enough time for the Sanabres. Thanks.
There is a walking guide by Gerald Kelly, published last year 2018. Caminoguide.net
Both via de la Plata and Sanabres. i am using it in June this year to walk from Zamora to SdC.
 

ritaj

Active Member
Just dropping in to say that the guidebook to the Plata and Sanabrés is now at the press, and that the apps have been updated. The book is in Ivar's shop, and mine too, and the links to the updated apps are below:

iOS

Android
Just dropping in to say that the guidebook to the Plata and Sanabrés is now at the press, and that the apps have been updated. The book is in Ivar's shop, and mine too, and the links to the updated apps are below:

iOS

Android
I am leaving the USA for Seville on March 20. Is there any way I can get the Wise Pilgrim guide to the Via de la Plata here in Massachusetts before I leave???? I went to your website but I couldn't tell how it will be mailed and from where so I don't know if it will arrive before I leave. I'd LOVE to have it -- can you help?
 
Camino(s) past & future
Many
I am leaving the USA for Seville on March 20. Is there any way I can get the Wise Pilgrim guide to the Via de la Plata here in Massachusetts before I leave???? I went to your website but I couldn't tell how it will be mailed and from where so I don't know if it will arrive before I leave. I'd LOVE to have it -- can you help?
Given the timeline, it might be a bit tight. But both Ivar or myself could easily send it to your first night's stay in Sevilla. We both ship from Santiago.
 

ritaj

Active Member
Given the timeline, it might be a bit tight. But both Ivar or myself could easily send it to your first night's stay in Sevilla. We both ship from Santiago.
Thank you so much for this suggestion, though it makes me a little anxious. I think perhaps I just have to face not having it this time. But I will be walking the VdlP in three sections -- the middle third in September 2019 (and the last in May 2020) so I will order it from home and have it for sure (with time to study it) for the second two sections.
 

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