Way of Saint James Silver Route: Seville to Santiago

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Seville, Seville, Spain

Way of Saint James Silver Route: Seville to Santiago is a 575.9 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Seville, Seville, Spain that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length575.9 miElevation gain68,746 ftRoute typePoint to point
BackpackingCampingHikingMountain bikingNature tripsWalkingBike touringBird watchingPartially pavedRiverViewsWildflowersWildlifeHistoric site
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Esta ruta es parte de una caminata o paseo de varias semanas de duración, a lo largo del Camino de Santiago, por la Vía de la Plata, también conocida como Vía de la Plata Ourense o Camino Meridional. Se puede hacer a pie o en bicicleta en una variedad de ritmos y desde diferentes puntos de partida. La Vía de la Plata es una alternativa al Camino Francés si buscas una ruta menos concurrida o buscas algo más de soledad. De Sevilla a Santiago, a lo largo de la Vía de la Plata y la carretera de Sanabrés, hay aproximadamente 980 kilómetros. Recorre la Vía de la Plata desde Sevilla hasta Astorga, para enlazar con el Camino Francés o el Camino Sanabrés que se dirige hacia el oeste en Granja de Moreruela. Todo el itinerario está bastante bien marcado y, hasta el día de hoy, cuenta con una buena cantidad de albergues para peregrinos. Puede encontrar una lista de senderos individuales aquí: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/camino-de-santiago-via-de-la-plata--2 Siguiendo este enlace, encontrará secciones de caminata diurna de el camino para una fácil descarga.

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Patty van Hest
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Absolutely stunning trail most of the time. From south to north, in the right season, lots of wildflowers and enough variation in fauna and flora. Interesting historical features along the way, and cafes and albergues aplenty. Enjoyed this 7-8 week walk/hike very much. Didn’t find it hard overall but there were certainly some tough sections. Most of the trail very good to walk on, with only some rocky or after rain sticky mud sections. Moderate amount of on-road walking involved which we found harder on our feet than anything else.

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Pat Fou
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Hiking
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Joaquin García
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Corine Boutrup
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