In this medieval village you can start the French Way of St. James,
the route of A Foz das Aceas (Aceas gorge) and other excursions in Terras de Sarria.
French Way of
St. James from Sarria
114 kilometres from Santiago, Sarria is the ideal starting point for you to begin the French Way and obtain the compostela if you go on foot. This Jacobean town has been welcoming pilgrims since the Middle Ages, so you’ll find emblazoned houses, monuments, pilgrims’ hospitals… all of which will make you feel the passage of time.
Walk Sarria, feel the passing of the centuries and reVITAlise your legs and heart
This medieval village is the starting point of the French Way of St. James, the route of A Foz das Aceas (Aceas gorge) and other excursions in Terras de Sarria.
Ruta de A Foz das Aceas (Aceas gorge route)
Walk along the Sarria river on a beautiful route that can be accessed from the centre of the town. Refresh your mind and spirit with this simple and safe circular route of 6 kilometres in the middle of the autochthonous forest (chestnut trees, oaks, alders, maples…).
Beautiful in any season! The route is ideal whether you are going to relax, walk or do sport. On your own, with your pet, your partner, friends or family. Feel the coolness of the water, listen to the chirping of the birds, rest on one of the benches. Or teach your children curious facts about the autochthonous flora and fauna thanks to the informative signs. 5 dams, 4 mills and 1 waterfall are waiting for you. You’ll love it!
Routes in Terras de Sarria
Roteiro Fiz Vergara Vilariño. The route, as its name suggests, has been dedicated to the figure of the illustrious Galician writer Fiz Vergara Vilariño, born in the parish of Santalla, municipality of Samos, on 15 April 1953. A new hiking route with views of the river Miño
Discover the natural wealth of Paradela, a municipality blessed by the French Route and which still has much to offer in the whole of the Ribeira Sacra region of Lugo. The path, 16 kilometres long, is already enabled. It runs between the village of Aldosende and the mouth of the river Loio, with a route through leafy areas, dotted with viewpoints.