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From Lugo, the Camino Primitivo leads through a typical Galician landscape. On well-maintained paths it goes through small natural stone villages, past green forests and meadows.

Milepost

The signpost shows to the meter exactly how far it is to Santiago: Here 78.579 km


path through the wood

For a long time it goes through forests.


Horreio

A hórreio, a store for crops - mouse-proof


lots of sign posts

Hier geht's lang!


Ferreira

We are coming to Ferreira!


Roman bridge

A small, supposedly Roman bridge in Ferreira


Horreio

Another typical Hórreio


Pulpería Ezequiel in Melide

A short bus ride brings us to Melide. Here the Camino Primitivo meets the Camino Francés. But we visit the famous Pulpería Ezequiel in Melide.


Pulpas

Pulpas


Melide

Melide


Melide

Melide