→ 6.60 → Granja de Moreruela → 6.70km → Puente Quintos

Seehöhe
710
To end of camino
366.30
Bar
Yes
Lebensmittelgeschäft
Yes
Apotheke
Yes

From Granja de Moreruela you can follow the Camino Sanabrés (follows from below) a total of 366km to Santiago, or you can follow the Vía de la Plata to Astorga 93.8km and from there follow the Camino Francés the remaining 256.9km. A description of the route to Astorga continues on page 98 but this guide does not include the stretch from Astorga to Santiago.

Wegbeschreibung

The Camino Sanabrés turns left and due west from Granja. It follows farm tracks to reach the Puente Quintos (6.7km) over the Río Esla

Once over the bridge, the river splits into two distinct routes to get to Faramontanos de Tábara. The right route follows the road and is preferred when rains have been heavy. Follow the road to the first paved left turn to descend and rejoin the left route. The left route turns left at the end of the bridge to follow a more scenic trail along the river.

Comments

michael

Donde Víctor Luna is a new place in Granja. Just oposite the municipal albergue. The hostal is one of the best I have stayed in. Victor the owner is a super person. Fresh, bright, and airy and with great artwork on the walls. Great kitchen, well done rooms, unbelievable inside and outside public areas to relax and really unwind from a Camino day. For sure it is a stop you will remember.

michael

Place to sleep. Never have been better. Very helpful hostalero. It’s across the church , a little bit farther than the Albegue on the ‘main road’. Nice interior made by an artist!

michael

Place to sleep. Never have been better. Very helpful hostalero. It’s across the church , a little bit farther than the Albegue on the ‘main road’. Nice interior made by an artist!

michael

Donde Víctor Luna is a new place in Granja. Just oposite the municipal albergue. The hostal is one of the best I have stayed in. Victor the owner is a super person. Fresh, bright, and airy and with great artwork on the walls. Great kitchen, well done rooms, unbelievable inside and outside public areas to relax and really unwind from a Camino day. For sure it is a stop you will remember.

michael

At the point where the route (marked on this app) meets the main road, the camino arrows take you left into the fields, away from the road. This is a little disconcerting but you do eventually end up where you need to be and it is far more pleasant than walking on the main road.