Camino de Santiago

Day 6: Logrono to Najera

30 km today after a long 40 km day yesterday. I think I’ll take a rest day tomorrow, and keep the distance below 25 km before heading in to Burgos.

If anyone has question they want answered or wants to know specific things about the Camino, write a comment or send me a Facebook message.





9 comments on “Day 6: Logrono to Najera

  1. Hey Son! The pictures just keep getting more and more beautifu! Is there any way of knowing how many people are walking the Camino on any given day? Every pic always looks so remote and pristine.

    • I usually see about 20-30 on the trail, but I’m sure the total each day for each section is 100-200. Each alburgue I’ve stayed at along the way has been full.

  2. Lisa Evans

    I’ve enjoyed your pictures and your posts…can you tell me what kind of camera you are using?

  3. I’m more and more eager to hit the trail…
    Did you find available space in each albergue you came across? Was it hard to find lodging? this is my only real concern so far…

    Always love your pics!

    • That’s great to hear. I was able to find lodging just about everywhere. The first albergue I checked in Logrono was full, but there was one with availability right down the street. Once I got to Sarria, I had to call ahead and get reservations. The last 100km to Santiago can be very crowded. This was in 2012, I’ve heard it’s even more crowded now.

      • that’s the thing I worry most about as I don’t want to carry extra weight with camping gear. I’ll have to focus on researching lodging then… 😉
        Thanks for the insight.

      • You won’t need camping gear. It’s only the donativo albergues that get full. There is almost always a private option available. The most I ever paid was 12 euro for the night. Most are in the 7-10 euro range.

      • Perfect then! I hate planning too much. I just want to follow the flow…

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