We will meet at the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, where the boat will be moored. There you can leave your bags and we will organize them the next day. We will have the day off to get to know Vigo. We will spend the night on board.
We will leave Vigo towards Cangas, where we will make a stop and stamp our pilgrim credential. We will sail seeing the mussel beds and the beaches of the Vigo estuary and we will approach the Cíes Islands. There we will contemplate its beaches, one of them considered the best in the world. Then we will head to Bayonne, where we will spend the night in port and we can walk through the historic area.
We will leave Bayona towards the island of Ons, the only one that is populated with a small port and a small village. There we will make a stop and see its beaches. After that, we will sail towards Bueu, we will pass in front of Adán Bay, we will pass Cape Udra and we will sail towards Combarro, where we will spend the night in port. We will see the horreos from the sea, the only ones that are attached to the sea in Galicia.
We will leave Combarro sailing the entire Pontevedra estuary. We will pass through Raxo, Sanxenxo, Portonovo and see its beaches. We will make a landfall at the Pedras Negras Nautical and we will leave for Sálvora, where we will also contemplate its beaches. Our next destination will be Vilagarcia de Arousa, where we will spend the night.
We will disembark in Vilagarcia and take a boat that will take us 14 kilometers down the river to Pontecesures. From here, the route will continue on foot to Padrón and the existing indications will be followed to Santiago de Compostela. (22.3km). There is the alternative of going to Santiago de Composela by train (to be hired directly from Renfe by the passenger) for those people who do not want to walk.