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Day 1. Arrival to LogroñoDay 1. Arrival to Logroño

Once you arrive at Logroño, take a look at the Co-cathedral of Santa María La Redonda, from the 15th Century. Make sure you also go for a walk and have some tapas in the famous Calle Laurel. 

Accommodation in Logroño.

Day 2. Logroño - Nájera (29 Km)Day 2. Logroño - Nájera (29 Km)

Breakfast in Logroño.

You will start the first stage from Logroño and towards Nájera. On the Way, you will pass by Navarrete, a nice village known for its production of high quality wine. In Nájera, which used to be the capital of the Kingdom of Navarra, you will be able to visit the Monastery of Santa María La Real, an architectural ensemble of great value, and also the bridge over the river Najerilla, which gives access to the old town. 


Accommodation in Nájera.

Day 3. Nájera - Santo Domingo de la Calzada (20,7 Km)Day 3. Nájera - Santo Domingo de la Calzada (20,7 Km)

Breakfast in Nájera.

The stage for today will be from Nájera to Santo Domingo de la Calzada, a town of great significance on the history of the Way. Before arriving at Santo Domingo, you will pass by Azofra, a little village where you can visit the Church of Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles. Once in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, make sure you see the Cathedral from the 12th Century, which holds inside the tomb of the Saint. 

Accommodation in Santo Domingo de la Calzada. 

Day 4. Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Belorado (22 Km)Day 4. Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Belorado (22 Km)

Breakfast in Santo Domingo de la Calzada.

Today you will leave La Rioja to enter Castilla y León, passing by a nice village called Grañón, the last one in La Rioja. Once you get to Belorado, you can visit the Church of Saint Mary (from the 16th Century) and the Church of Saint Peter, as well as the Main Square, the most characteristic place in the village

Accommodation in Belorado.


Day 5. Belorado - Atapuerca (30 Km)Day 5. Belorado - Atapuerca (30 Km)

Breakfast in Belorado.

This stage departs from Belorado and finishes at Atapuerca, a well-known town thanks to the magnificent archaeological site, one of the most important in Europe and also declared a World Heritage Site. On the Way, and soon before arriving at Atapuerca, you can also visit San Juan de Ortega, a little village which features a lovely Romanesque church. 

Accommodation in Atapuerca.


Day 6. Atapuerca - Burgos (19,7 Km)Day 6. Atapuerca - Burgos (19,7 Km)

Breakfast in Atapuerca.

You will depart from Atapuerca and head towards Burgos in this last stage, arriving at the capital of this province. Burgos is a wondeful city and you need to make sure you visit the amazing Cathedral of Saint Mary, one of the most beautiful in Spain and declared World Heritage Site in 1984. You can also see the Gothic churches of Saint Stephen and Saint Nicholas, as well as the Monastery of Huelgas Reales.

Accommodation in Burgos.

Day 7. Breakfast and end of servicesDay 7. Breakfast and end of services

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