From the hamlet of Gonzar the Way continues through Castromaior and Ligonde, whose hospital received the Emperor Charles I and his son Phillip II, the most well-known pilgrims of the XVI century.
Immediately afterwards, the route enters the land of the municipality of Palas de Rei, which owes its name to a supposed royal palace built in the vicinity
Stage: Portomarín-Palas de Rei
We leave Portomarín crossing the reservoir by a pedestrian bridge.
Quite a steep ascent begins here, following the course of the road until it reaches Gonzar, with its church and hostel situated beside the Way
After Gonzar, we go on to Castromaior, known for its Romanic Church, situated beside a small stream near the remains of an ancient fortified settlement.
We then continue towards O Hospital, crossing a bridge over the main highway which leads to a regional road to Vendas de Narón.