Camino de los Descubridores coming from Cáceres. From the last stage of the Camino you always expect the best… this one undoubtedly offers a variety of lands, mountains and sierras that make it attractive from the beginning until we reach the Puebla and Monastery of Guadalupe.
Route to Guadalupe
It is 22 kilometers to Guadalupe, where the sierras climb up to the hills and then plummet down to the bottom of the valleys. It takes at least five hours.
On the other side, up to Cáceres there are one hundred and some kilometers divided into sections.
To Garciaz, the longest stage of the entire route. A road full of ups and downs between the most suggestive mountains. A closed holm oak forest that makes us its prisoner until the end.