Beyond Camino - TREK - Walk the Camino trail

Finding The Event

By Air:

From the UK Ryanair fly direct to Santiago from Stansted and Easyjet fly direct from Gatwick. From outside the UK, you can fly to Santiago via Paris with Vueling or from Madrid with Ryanair

Private Transfers:

We are able to arrange taxi transfers for you in Spain (bookable in advance at a supplement); these include from Sarria / Santiago to Santiago Airport/O’Cebreiro/Sarria/Vigo Airport/A Coruna.

Please get in touch to enquire about how we can help with transfer arrangements in Spain, its 131 km by road to Sarria from Santiago de Compostela

By rail from Madrid city centre to Sarria

If you are flying into Madrid, you can take the train directly to Sarria. It takes around 7-9 hours. You can check this on the RENFE website, but please note that on the website you have to book the train to Lugo (and get off at the stop before which is Sarria). German Rail (Deutsche Bahn) has a useful website for looking up train travel throughout Europe.

To reach Madrid city centre from the airport, you can take a train, a bus or the underground (see Madrid Airport's website)

From Santiago Airport to Sarria by bus and train

From Santiago city centre, catch the bus to Monforte de Lemos – timetables are available at http://www.alsa.es/

Then from Monforte de Lemos it is a very short train journey to Sarria by train – timetables are available at http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html (Sarria is small so you will find your accommodation easily).

You can also travel from Santiago Airport to Sarria by road; you will need to change buses in Lugo. The Santiago-Lugo route runs between the airport and the city of Lugo with stops in the towns of Arca, Ferreiros, Arzúa, Mélida, Palas de Rei and Guntín. From the airport, departures are at 07:10, 09:25 (except Saturday and Sunday), 11:10, 12:55 (except Sunday), 16:10, 18:40 and 20:10 h (except Saturday). Please check for the most recent information on the Santiago Airport websiteand/or the Monbus website.

Empresa Freire run buses from Santiago to Lugo – please visit their website for timetables http://www.empresafreire.com/html/ingles/seccion3a.php

**Top Tip! As websites are not always available in English - use google chrome as your web browser, and use the ‘translate’ function (right click on the page then click ‘translate’)**

From Santiago Airport to city centre and vice-versa

From Santiago, you can arrange a private transfer through Macs Adventure, to ensure a smooth end to your Camino. Alternatively, a bus runs between the airport and Plaza de Galicia in Santiago, stopping at different points in the city (Pazo de Congresos, Capilla San Lázaro, the bus station, the railway station, Rúa da Rosa, and others). From the airport the bus departs from 00:00 to 23:30, every half hour (duration 20 mins). Please see the Santiago Airport website for current timetables.

From Santiago to Madrid by train

If you would prefer to travel by rail, you can take a train (fast trains are available, 6h30 duration approx.) from Santiago to Madrid with RENFE.

By Bus within Spain

There are good bus connections from Santiago to other cities within Spain – see http://www.alsa.es for bus schedules.

Organiser Details

Organiser
Beyond Events
Website
Beyond Events website
Contact Details
: info@beyondevents.org.uk
: 01308420932