This day should run effortlessly across the flatland and through small Castilian villages. The first stop pilgrims find after leaving Boadilla del Camino is the Canal de Castilla, an old waterway in which cereal was once transported in barges towards the Bay of Biscay and and is used today for irrigation. Following the Canal you reach Frómista, almost 6 kilometres into today’s walk, with its Romanesque church of San Martín.
EThe path enters a flatland close to the motorway and crosses the villages of Población de Campos, Revenga de Campos and Villarmento de Campos, 15 kilometres away from the starting point. Villalcázar de Sirga, with its Templar church of Santa María la Blanca, is three kilometres down the road.
The last section ends in Carrión de los Condes, site of the Carrión River and the churches of Santa María del Camino and Santiago, the latter renowned for its Pantocrator.