Jacobean Way Miñoto Ribeiro
Scallop

JACOBEAN ROUTE
FROM PORTUGAL TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Camino Miñoto
Ribeiro Association

We are a non-profit association, founded in 2014, whose objective is to restore, promote and achieve the recognition of Camino Miñoto Ribeiro as the official Jacobean route to Santiago de Compostela.
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History

History

The historical heritage we encounter along the way is astonishing: Roman roads with ancient pavement, mediaeval trails, monasteries, old hospitals, churches, wine cellars, and historical town and villages.
Nature

Nature

Incredibly rich all year round and at any stage of the route, the nature is overwhelming with an amazing variety of flora and fauna.
Thermal waters

Thermal waters

Along the way there are numerous hot springs, used by pilgrims on their way to the town of Santiago, the apostle, in the past especially those who suffered from leprosy.
Wine

Wine

The road to Santiago has for centuries been a transport route for the wine from Ribeiro. The earliest mentions come as far back as the 12th century.

The routes

12,80 Km.

Stage 1
Portela do Home - Lobios

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14,90 Km.

Stage 2
Lobios - Castro Leboreiro

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26,30 Km.

Stage 3
Castro Leboreiro - Cortegada

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13,10 Km.

Stage 4
Cortegada - Ribadavia (easy)

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21 Km.

Stage 4
Cortegada - Ribadavia (hard)

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19,70 Km.

Stage 5
Ribadavia - Pazos de Arenteiro

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29,60 Km.

Stage 6
Pazos de Arenteiro - Soutelo de Montes

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27,50 Km.

Stage 7
Soutelo de Montes - O Foxo

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20,70 Km.

Stage 8
O Foxo - A Gándara

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9,10 Km.

Stage 9
A Gándara - Santiago de Compostela

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Address
Rúa Otero Novas, 1
32200 Cortegada (Ourense) - Galicia
Phone
(+34) 619 112 935
Email

info@caminominotoribeiro.com

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