Shell motif Camino de Santiago

Camino Primitivo
from Valleviciosa/Oviedo
via Lugo to Melide on the Camino Francés

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Day 4 Cornellana to Tineo - 29.k

The route towards Llamas

Signing trough quarry before Llamas

Perigrino rain shelter under Horio in Llamas

Distant Perigrino on the long straight road to Quintana

Iglesia at Quintana

Fountai (Second one) after Quintana with Perigrino rain shelter

Old Puente en-route to Casazorrina

New route over Motor-Way before Salas

Approaching Salas

Iglesia at Salas

The route passes through The Archway of the tower at Salas

Beautiful graded track leaving Salas

Aprox 1k after the outskirts of Salas on the Beautiful graded track

Perigrino on the Beautiful graded track Aprox 2k after Salas

Tight Hairpins on track towards Porciles

Route crosses N634

Short road section on N634 under new M-way construction

M-way service road is now route up to Porciles

Route just after Porciles

New Albergue in Bodenaya

Route towards La Espina

Route after La Espina

Fuente after La Espina

Nice break in the weather near El Pedegal

Beautiful Fuente at Santa Eulalia

Route towards Tineo

Approaching Tineo

Outskirts of Tineo
Walking notes by Rob Steele
Our first full days walking less than 30k, unfortunately the weather turned wet but we still had a good days walking, a mixture of ancient ways and minor roads through rolling / hilly countryside, unfortunately the ancient ways had turned to mud, especially on the route approaching Tineo (Best to avoid these tracks and stick to the road if you also happen to be walking in wet conditions) Again, enough choices of halts for coffee and lunch at small villages and towns en-route.