Camino del Sureste
The Camino del Sureste is the pilgrim route that departs from Alicante to Santiago de Compostela, crossing the Iberian Peninsula from southeast to northwest.
Therefore, we are facing a very extensive route, approximately 1,050 kilometres in length, in which the pilgrim will cross different landscapes in provinces such as Alicante, Murcia, Albacete, Toledo, Madrid, Avila and Zamora before reaching the province of A Coruna.
The Camino de Santiago del Sureste joins the Via de la Plata in the town of Benavente, to follow it to Astorga. There, both the Camino de Santiago del Sureste and the Camino de la Plata, join the popular Camino Frances and together they enter Galicia, passing through Ponferrada.
If you do not have so much time to completely do the Camino del Sureste, the Camino Frances from Ponferrada is perfect to discover the essence of pilgrimage. Tell us what dates you have available and who you would like to go with and we will arrange everything for you.