You will next pass through the town of Población de Campos before coming to Villalcázar de Sirga where you can view the fantastic Templar church of Santa María la Blanca, with its transitional architecture blending Roman and Gothic styles. The village is dominated by the Church of the White Virgin, built by the knights of the Templar, though what you will see is only a fraction of the original building as it was significantly damaged by Napoleon’s troops during the Napoleonic wars.
After leaving here we head towards the final destination of the day, Carrión de los Condes. This historical town sits upon the banks of the Carrión River. In the past, great walls divided the town into different neighbourhoods. Today, you can still view the various churches and other great architectural buildings.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: La Corte (or something similar)
Walk straight off the route into La Corte. Located opposite the Church of Santa Maria del Camino, all rooms feature an en-suite bathroom and a popular restaurant serving regional dishes such as lamb chops and seared vegetables.