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To Finiesterre In October/november

Discussion in 'Santiago to Finisterre' started by Jennifer, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. Jennifer

    Jennifer New Member

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    Hi all,

    I had the most wonderful, transformative Camino from St Jean - Santiago in April/May. Thank you to those of you who gave me advice before the trip.

    I have some time at the end of October/beginning of November and fancy topping up and walking to Finisterre (I took the bus in May, but feel unfinished, having not walked)

    So, my question is, are all of the albergues along that part of the route open at that time of year?

    I look forward to hearing from you and thank you all in advance.

    Buen Camino to you all

    Jen
     
  2. Paul McGranaghan

    Paul McGranaghan Member

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    Hi Jen,
    I had friends who walked Santiago - Finisterre in November 2016 and had no problems.
    Also - if you don't know, there is a type of Credencial you can get, and if you collect stamps along the way you can get a sort of Compostella, called a Fisterrana, from the Municipal hostel in Finisterre. I got my Finisterre Credecial from the Pilgrim House in Santiago, which is a nice place to drop into as well.
     
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