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(3)Castañeda-(4)Ribadiso da Baixo:7,5-10,8(3,3km)
(4)Ribadiso da Baixo-(5)Arzua:10,8-13,9(3,1km)
Going up and down hills through vegetation makes up most of this stage. In Arzua the Camino del Norte joins us.
(1)Melide-(2)Boente: 0-5.5 km
Following the arrows we leave Melide along a small road which passes the cemetery (photo 1) and which leads us to a junction of the N-547 (photo 2). We continue straight ahead but after a few metres we take a right to enter into San Maria de Melide (photo 3). We leave the small town along a small road (photo 4) which becomes a path and runs through vegetation (photo 5) leading us close to the N-54 (photo 6). We continue for a few metres parallel to the to the N-547 before taking a left and following a beautiful path (photo 7) until Boente.
Boente is crossed along the N-547 road which we continue along for a metres until we take a right at the Iglesia de Santiago (photo 8). We continue along a path through woodland (photo 9) which leads first leads us to the junction of the N-547 and further along leads us back to the road to which we continue parallel. Following the arrows we leave the road taking a left and entering into Castañeda (photo 10).
(3)Castañeda-(4)Ribadiso da Baixo: 7.5-10.8(3.3km)
We continue along small roads (photo 11) and paths (photo 12) until we come to the N-547 which we cross along a bridge (photo 13). We continue straight ahead and arrive at the small village of Ribadiso.
(4)Ribadiso da Baixo-(6)Arzua: 10.8-13.9(3.1km)
We cross Ribadiso and again we come close to the N-547 (photo 14) which we cross and take a local road (photo 15) which takes us to the N-547 (photo 16) along which we arrive to Arzura (photo 17). In Arzua we join the pilgrims who have come travelling along the Camino del Norte.