→ 2.60 → San Nicolás del Real Camino → 7.60km → Sahagún

Altitude
844
To end of camino
368.30
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
The Road

More than halfway between San Nicolás and Sahagún the camino departs from the dirt track and crosses the highway. It heads towards the Ermita de la Virgen del Puente. Just beyond the ermita stands a monument which marks the geographical center of the camino, the halfway point. Naturally the math doesn’t quite add up, but you can be certain that you have crossed that half way point sometime between Moratinos and Sahagún.

Accommodation in San Nicolás del Real Camino
Private
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Alberguería Laganares

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

We went here after seeing the fun signs and it was delicious!! There was a deal for big coffee, fresh Juice, and toast with tomato and cheese for 5.50. Highly recommend for the charming setting and tasty food.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

After San Nicolas del real Camino the signposted Camino is next to the highway all the way to the Ermita. I wasn't sure why the difference so followed the signs but I imagine the map on this app would have been a nicer walk if it still works. Might be worth documenting both as you have in other places if the old path still works.

michael

You may see signs suggesting the "2nd bar" is excellent (one was signed by Socrates). I stopped in and found José and his bar to be very friendly and served good fresh food in a pleasant clean café. I would stop here again for certain. Cheers!

michael

Right when you enter San Nicolás there’s an albuerge/restaurant. The owner sold me a Coke for 1€ in spanish. Then he changed the price to 2€ in english when he figured my spanish wasn’t fluent. “2€! Take it or leave!”

michael

Half way geographic point in at the outskirts of Sahagún if you walk via the river (not on the road into town). Very nice. Don’t miss it

michael

After you pass Sunday Camino signed take you to the right so you parallel the road. Rather than following the map which seems to go more into the country. I'm not sure why. It meets up later on by the ermita.