Walking by the River Nonaya, you cross the bridges of La Borra and Carcabón and go up the initial stretch. After 6 kilometres, you reach Porciles after going through an area of oak and chestnut trees before you get to Boudenaya.READ MORE
In the village of La Espina, located 9 kilometres away from the starting point, pilgrims can find all the services they need. From here, if it rains, the Camino literally becomes a quagmire. The church of Cristo de los Afligidos marks your arrival at La Pereda, with a wonderful mill and plenty of small villages that make a picturesque postcard.
The mountains of Tinéu/Tineo accompany you from El Pedregal to Santolaya/Santa Eulalia, and there you can see an old manor known as “El Monasterio”, a former shelter for the poor and the sick. The village of Tinéu/Tineo is the final stop for the day. You enter the place through Cimadevil.la, still with the traditional rural air of old Tinéu/Tineo. There you can see the parish church of San Pedro, get to the Bolera de San Roque, a bowling alley as bowling is the local sport, or to the Paseo de Los Frailes with its ancient trees.
Tips from our postmen and women
What to do and see in Tineo?
Once you reach Tinéu/Tineo you have to get to Paseo de los Frailes and estimate the time on the sundial: a peculiar one with the figure of a pilgrim and the statement “Walker, check the time and continue your walk”. The Paseo also offers some beautiful views”.