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Leaving Camino Frances Around Los Arcos.

Discussion in 'Traveling to and from the Camino' started by Mike G, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. Mike G

    Mike G New Member

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    I'm walking CF SJPP to Santiago but a friend will walk with me for the first week. Allowing for the flight that leaves 6 days walking. I imagine he will have to leave about Los Arcos. Any ideas about the quickest way back to the UK.
     
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    Crepes4Suzette Well-Known Member

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    Mike, have a look at these bus schedules. That might help.
    http://www.losarcos.es/turismo/como-llegar/
    Logrono is close, and they have train, bus and airport service. Iberia flies out of there to Heathrow and Gatwick with stops. Other airlines fly out of A Coruna and Bilbao direct to the UK.
     
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    danvo Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Mike of course he can take a bus back to Biarritz,if you will arrive there.
     
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    Mike G New Member

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    Thanks for the link and extra info. Gives us a starting point to plan his escape.
     
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    Wily Francés 2016; Portugués 2017; Inglés/Fisterra 2018

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    Hey Mike - Although I can't help you get back to the UK, I can tell you that both you and your friend will really enjoy the walk across an exceptional part of Spain - Navarra. I liked the entire Camino, but, in particular, the landscape crossed in your first week sets a wonderful tone for everything else to come. From crossing the Pyrenees to a short stay in Pamplona (wonderful tapas) to great villages like Puente La Reina and Los Arcos, it's hard to imagine it getting any better. If you want any albergue recommendations, let me know. Buen Camino!
     
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