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Virtual (and very detailed) plan to walk the VdlP and Sanabrés (planning while in confinement)

Albertagirl

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I decided to follow the route behind the hotel (having first gone inside to sit down and have a coffee) and to avoid the diversion which you took a little later on. That route is clearly marked, leading right off the main road, up the hill to the left at an angle behind the hotel. But with my gift for getting lost, I might have missed it, had it not been discussed so thoroughly in the previous thread.
 

alansykes

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Check out the church of Santiago in Trasfontao
Yes indeed. The church of Santiago in Taboado has an entrance flanked by two fine cows, similar to the vacas of Diomondi in the avatar of @VNwalking and above is a very interesting relief of Sampson and the lion. I thought it looked far older than the rest of the doorway, so sent a picture to the Guardian's archaeology expert, and she said "It looks as if it may have been resited from somewhere else... Much less sophisticated than the moo cows, I would have put it 600 years older - at least. Could even be provincial Roman?"

Nine times I've walked past that little church and it's always been closed - mostly as it's not that far from the albergue at A Laxe, so before opening time. Last November, during a particularly vile patch of bad weather, I stayed for the first time in Bandeira's albergue. Very pleasant, if a little odd. It's made up of portacabins, but perfectly comfortable. The charming young hospitalera put me in the part used by disabled people, on the grounds that it was smaller than the other dorms, so easier to heat up and dry my clothes. She was doing a distance learning course and making great progress as she was hardly over-worked - I was the first pilgrim to stay in three days.
 

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Raggy

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Yes indeed. The church of Santiago in Taboado

Nine times I've walked past that little church and it's always been closed - mostly as it's not that far from the albergue at A Laxe, so before opening time.
For some reason I had it in my head that the church was at Trasfontao, but I see from my photos that it’s clearly signposted as the church of Santiago de Taboada. They’re close together so perhaps I confused them.

According to the sign that was up last year, the church opens at 8:30 am, so walkers from Estación de Lalin are more likely to get a look inside than those who leave from A Laxe.
 

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AJGuillaume

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For some reason I had it in my head that the church was at Trasfontao, but I see from my photos that it’s clearly signposted as the church of Santiago de Taboada. They’re close together so perhaps I confused them.

According to the sign that was up last year, the church opens at 8:30 am, so walkers from Estación de Lalin are more likely to get a look inside than those who leave from A Laxe.
Perfect, as we intend to walk from Estación de Lalín.
 

AJGuillaume

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Day 70: Silleda to Dornelas

On her 18th day on the Sanabrés, @C clearly walked from A Laxe to Dornelas, following a suggestion by @peregrina2000 :
If you have the time, my suggestion would be to stop in Dornelas, which would be about 23 km. The albergue is run by an Italian couple. It was closed when I went by last year because they were back in Italy getting married, but I walked for a few kms with a few local women who went there every day on their exercise walks for the best coffee they ever had. Everyone loves this place, and it is in a really nice setting. Meals are reported to be up to the high standards you would expect from Italian cooks.
And @Raggy added:
If you want to get from Estación de Lalin to Santiago in two days, I agree that stopping at Casa Leiras in San Martín de Dornelas is the best option - Better than the impersonal hostal in Ponte Ulla or the Xunta albergueria in Outeiro , which has a kitchen but no nearby shops (you need to buy groceries when passing through Ponte Ulla).

Casa Leiras is decorated with Italian flair and it has a beautiful garden to relax in. The owners serve a communal dinner - I think that might be your only option for dinner, because I don't remember seeing a kitchen and it's a tiny village. I remember consuming several helpings of delicious pasta with home made ragu.
We're not going from Estación de Lalin to Santiago in two days, we'll take three (do I hear groans? ;) ), but we're definitely staying at Casa Leiras.
It's a 12.1km day, and we are inching towards SdC.
 

Raggy

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Day 70: Silleda to Dornelas
An easy day - footpaths and quiet roads through rolling countryside, with the unlovely town of Bandeiras somewhere along the way. Once you get to Dornelas, there really isn't anything to do, other than sit in the garden (or the cafe if the weather is poor) and enjoy drinks / coffees from the bar.
If you're lucky, you'll pass through Bandeiras on Pulpo day, when several restaurants have stalls outside preparing pulpo gallego , and the whole town seems to be siting at the tables with a festival atmosphere. If it isn't pulpo day, you should have an easier time getting a table and a regular menu de peregrino at one of the cafes. The wine bar is quite nice but I am not sure what time it opens.
Depending on the season a mosquito coil or other product could be a good idea for the dorm at Casa Leiras. Dinner should be good there, and since you're taking three days to walk to Santiago, you could also stick around for breakfast the next morning. There are posher hotels that you could reach, but Dornelas is a pleasant spot.
 

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AJGuillaume

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Day 71: Dornelas to Lestedo

Our penultimate day!
@C clearly followed advice from @peregrina2000 , who had put forward a few suggestions on breaking up the last 28.5km between Dornelas and SdC.
So we're also going to stop in Lestedo for our last night before we walk into the Praza do Obradoiro. We'll have a room at the Hotel Rural Casa de Casal, which looks like a great place to stay. @Raggy concurs:
Now, the Hotel Rural Casa de Casal in Lestedo is another kettle of fish - If I wanted to give myself a treat after several weeks of albergue stays, that's the kind of place I'd like to splurge on. I've never been inside, but I've always been struck by how pretty it is when walking past.
Today's walk is 14.9km. I am curious about what is at Pico Sacro, between Outeiro and Lestedo. Something worth making a detour?
 

peregrina2000

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I am curious about what is at Pico Sacro, between Outeiro and Lestedo. Something worth making a detour?

I remember looking it up last time I walked but had to go to wikipedia to jog my memory. Legend has it that Queen Ulla sent the two disciples carrying Santiago’s body up to the Pico Sacro for burial. She did that knowing that a dragon lived there, which would devour them all. The disciples escaped by making the sign of the cross, and brought the body safely to Santiago. More stories here.

If the legends don’t make you want to walk up, maybe the natural aspects will be a draw. I’ve never been up, but it is said to be one of the most panoramic views of Galicia. On a clear day you can see: “La ría de Arousa, la Serra do Barbanza, la catedral de Santiago, las tierras de Arzúa, Melide y Palas de Rei, el valle del Ulla y las Serras do Careón, do Faro e do Candán.”

According to Google Maps, it’s about an hour’s walk from your Casa Rural.
 

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Raggy

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Day 71: Dornelas to Lestedo
Our penultimate day!
With only 15km to walk, you have time to stop in Ponte Ulla to admire the bridges and have a coffee. You'll probably be too early for a fancy linen-table-clothed lunch at Villa Verde.
Your fellow guests at Dornelas might be shooting for Santiago today, which is a more strenuous walk than the Italians at Dornelas would have you believe. What's the hurry? Enjoy the countryside, which is still very pretty. Once you climb out of Ponte Ulla, you'll get one of the last really good panoramas of the Camino itself. And should you detour to the Pico, you might get your first glimpse of the cathedral. I can't confirm that, since I've never been up that way.
 

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VNwalking

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And should you detour to the Pico, you might get your first glimpse of the cathedral.
This is on my list if I ever get to walk the invierno again...if you stay in Outero or Lestedo, you could get up there early, and then walk the short day to Santiago...

Raggy, your photos are fantastic!
 
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AJGuillaume

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Fabulous photos, @Raggy !
I love the one with the vine leaf in the morning mist.
What's the story (if there is one) behind the photo of the guitar?
 

AJGuillaume

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Day 72: Lestedo to Santiago de Compostela

This is the last day of this VdlP/Sanabrés virtual Camino. Today, we have 13.6km to reach our goal on the Praza do Obradoiro. @Raggy sums that last day nicely:
What's the hurry? Enjoy the countryside, which is still very pretty.
As @C clearly headed to her destination, @peregrina2000 had some advice, and as a fellow Romanesque aficionado, I wouldn't miss the opportunity of seeing the Colegiata del Sar. @VNwalking has a beautiful photo of it.
@Raggy also commented on @C clearly 's last day and he has also suggestions (the guided tour of the Portico de Gloria, the museum of the Galician people) which will be useful on this, our second visit to SdC. I will take his recommendation for a beard trim:
And if you need a beard trim or shave, I recommend Barbanosa at 1 Rúa da República Arxentina.
😂

When I started looking at the VdlP, explaining that we would like to consider short stages, this comment was made to me:
If you can't walk long distances, you may want to reconsider walking the VdeP.

Walking this virtual Camino has been a fantastic exercise. It showed that it is possible to walk from Seville to SdC without necessarily having to walk the long distances which are the reputation of this Camino. Here are some statistics:
- we walked 62 days, (I followed @Sara_Dhooma 's videos, and she walked the same length in 38 days!)
- had 10 rest days in amazing places (Zafra, Mérida, Cáceres, Galisteo, Salamanca, Zamora, Puebla de Sanabria, and Ourense)
- we spent a total of 72 days on the VdlP/Sanabrés
- we took a taxi or had a lift a couple of times to shorten some of the stages, the most notorious one being day 3 from Castilblanco de los Arroyos to Almadén de la Plata, and another one when we walked from Fuenterroble de Salvatierra, where the Casa Rural VII Carreras came to pick us up after 22km. We're not purists...
- we only had a handful of days over 20km
- we averaged between 15km and 16km per day.

I would like to thank all the pilgrims who have contributed in one way or another to the immensely valuable information on this virtual Camino:
@peregrina2000 (without whom I would have never started!), @Raggy (thank you for all your photos and the detailed descriptions!), @C clearly (whose virtual footsteps we followed on the Sanabrés), @OzAnnie , @Peregrinopaul (both fellow Australians), @VNwalking (who has whet my appetite to discover other Caminos), @hel&scott , @alansykes , @camino07 , @amancio , @Albertagirl , @KinkyOne , and others who chimed in occasionally.

So signing off on this virtual Camino, here's the photo of our arrival in SdC in 2018, after a very long walk...
Buen Camino!
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Raggy

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Day 72: Lestedo to Santiago de Compostela
It feels a bit wrong to add a post after your concluding thoughts and photo, but I wanted to say that the final approach to Santiago is pretty good. I am told that it's prettier than the last kilometers of the CF. Certainly, you don't get the feeling of endless suburbs. You'll pass the Cafe Bar Rosende, and two more cafe/bars in A Susana and Piñeiro. I've never noticed the bar in Piñeiro, but I think the little, white church in my photo below is the hermitage indicated on Gronze's map. There's a spot where you walk below an overhanging vine between farm buildings ... when you might think that the city outskirts are beginning, but there's still some countryside to go. Things get a little less scenic around the motorway and railway bridges, and before you know it, you're on the approach to the city center, through pleasant, old streets.
At the conclusion of my first Camino, I was welcomed by an American football team on the Praza do Obradoiro. Despite the incongruity, it felt like the appropriate punctuation point for that moment. An interrobang to signal the journey's end. The second time I arrived in Santiago, I exchanged a grateful nod with the bagpipe player under the arch - an unplanned but delightful moment that gave me the feeling that the city itself had wrapped me in its arms. On both occasions, I was also fortunate to meet the pilgrims who had been on the road with me and reached Santiago before me.
 

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AJGuillaume

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It feels a bit wrong to add a post after your concluding thoughts and photo, but I wanted to say that the final approach to Santiago is pretty good.
I had barely posted my concluding thoughts, that it occurred to me that a conclusion could stop the contributions...
In fact, I am expecting other posts, not just on this last day, but on the whole virtual Camino.
So don't let it feel wrong to add a post, @Raggy !!
And thank you once again! Since Mérida, you have been our walking companion every day!
¡Gracias amigo!
 

Raggy

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What's the story (if there is one) behind the photo of the guitar?
It seems to be a shrine of some sort with all manner of tributes and messages under the plastic. There seem to be a lot of pilgrims with an overwhelming urge to leave their mark on the Camino - especially in the last 100km or so. To the extent that these monuments concentrate their efforts, I'm in favor, I guess. For myself, I prefer to take photos and write blog posts.

The only pilgrim with a guitar that I recall meeting was right at the end of my first camino in Muxia. I wish he'd left it by a tree somewhere.
 
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Albertagirl

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A thank you to all participanta on this thread. It helps me to update information about the route from Zamora to Santiago. I hope to walk it after I complete the Camino de Levante in Zamora, whenever my life and the pandemic permit me to do so.
 

VNwalking

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Thank you, AJ. I've enjoyed the journey, even though I only know anything useful about the last few days of it.

I can concur with @Raggy that this approach to Santiago is lovely. On that long downhill after passing the Cidade de Cultura, you can see the spires of the cathedral off in the distance; some of the other routes seem to hide them.
 

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This has been a great project. Lots of walks down memory lane for those of us in confinement. I think the resource we leave behind will help others who are considering the Vdlp, especially those who may be concerned about long distances, sparse facilities, etc.

@AJ, when you want to put this to bed, just holler and one of the mods will merge it back into one thread with the Virtual Vdlp. And then we will give you a little break, but hope you will consider walking the Levante virtually. :) My hopes that confinement would be over this fall have been dashed, so I would welcome the enjoyment that comes from these virtual planning threads. Buen camino, Laurie
 

C clearly

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This is the last day of this VdlP/Sanabrés virtual Camino.
Congratulations, especially for your perseverance in keeping this thread going. I know how that can be a daily demand - very satisfying and interesting, but it still requires work! I have stayed out of the discussions since you started the Sanabres, as I haven't walked it yet, but I have popped in to look from time to time.
Walking this virtual Camino has been a fantastic exercise. It showed that it is possible to walk from Seville to SdC without necessarily having to walk the long distances which are the reputation of this Camino. Here are some statistics:
Thanks for those stats. It is so true that long distances are not really necessary more than a couple of times, and there are easy work-arounds for those occasions.
 

Raggy

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I would love to know that story.
The Black Ravens were charging around the square in formation, and taking photos with pilgrims that day. I think they were just drumming up support for the team. To some extent, I think it worked - I don’t really follow sport, but if you were to ask me my favorite American football team in the Spanish leagues, it would definitely be the Black Ravens. Go Ravens.
 

Donna Sch

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Day 71: Dornelas to Lestedo
With only 15km to walk, you have time to stop in Ponte Ulla to admire the bridges and have a coffee. You'll probably be too early for a fancy linen-table-clothed lunch at Villa Verde.
Bar Rio which is first on the right in Ponte Ulla does a very nice sit down lunch if you feel like a treat and should you not feel like moving far afterwards, also have accommodation which was freshly renovated last year. Rather pleasant watching pilgrims enter town over the bridge. First time I went there it was July 22nd and the feast of Mary Magdalene which they celebrate. Fireworks going off as we came into town, concert in the evening, lots of beers with pilgrim friends that night...
Second visit in late March, we went for a wander along the path towards the new bridge past the cemetery and by Villa Verde and there is a clump of rocks on the right where we saw this lovely sunning itself in the late afternoon sun. The bloke is a keen herpetologist so was absolutely delighted. Made his day.
 

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