Our last day of the trip. :-(
You leave Najera by wandering up the road to the left of the Cathedral. The route was quiet today, we wondered where everyone had gone! Scenery was lovely, vineyards and olive groves.
6km from Najera you come to a little village called Azofra, where as usual we stopped for a tortilla/coffee breakfast.
On we went through gentle rolling countryside. No big hills today!
We approached Santo Domingo too soon....sad that our Camino was over for another year.
Santo Domingo is a lovely town. We had rented an apartment for our last night. To be honest it was a bit big for just the two of us, if you had a group it would be better value. I booked it because I was having trouble finding anything else.
This is where we stayed - Apartamento San Francisco - €66 for the night.
There's lots to see and do in Santo Domingo - including posing like this!
The cathedral of San Salvador dates from the 12th century and inside you will find Santo Domingo's mausoleum. It's the only cathedral I've ever been in that has a chicken in it! At the rear of the cathedral there is an ornate chicken coup, the permanent home of a cockerel and a hen (which are rotated with their buddies once a fortnight).
We pottered around for an hour or two, visiting the Cathedral and the tower.
We decided to treat ourselves to a nice dinner tonight. There's a couple of Michelin recommended restaurants here. We ate in La Cancela and it was wonderful, the best meal of our trip, if you're there treat yourself.
In an ideal world and if you'd lots of money there is a Parador hotel in Santo Domingo which looks fab, so if you're going to treat yourself this would be a good town to do it in.
So that's it for our 2015 Camino trip, hopefully we'll be back again next year to pick up where we left of.