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terryenroute

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I am looking at doing the Sureste as my next camino. From the people who have walked it, is it possible to keep the stages under 30km? Many thanks.
 
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I am looking at doing the Sureste as my next camino. From the people who have walked it, is it possible to keep the stages under 30km? Many thanks.

I'm only half way through the Sureste but so far it can be walked doing less than 30k days. Some days will only be around 15k though.
Hope this helps.
 

terryenroute

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Camino Frances '13, VDLP '16, Salamanca to Santiago/Finesterra/Muxia '17, Madrid/San Salvador '19.
Great! How is the albergue availability. Have you come across many others?

Many thanks and walk well!

Terry
 

Maxie

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Buy the guide from the confernity of St James. I think you can buy off of this site or Amazon, gives all the information needed to walk the Sureste, it's really helped me.
 

clivespicer

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I'm currently planning my Spring 2022 Camino from Alicante to SdC. For the section between Minaya and La Villa de Don Fadrique there are 3 camino options: Levante, Sureste and the Santa Cruz. I've read some individual blogs in the forum about these but I am having a hard time deciding which path to follow. Grateful if someone in the Forum, with experience of the region, could add substance to my quandary.
 
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peregrina2000

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Just to alert the Álvaro Lazaga fans that he has started on yet another Camino, the Sureste.

For future Lana walkers, he walks the alternative via Relleu, Torremanzanas, Ibi and Onil, and then gets on the Sureste proper.

My only caveat for those looking to learn from his experiences is that he has such a tremendous fan base that albergue closures are not an issue when people jump to offer lodging. The daily reports are short and give a good idea of the stage.

 

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