- 15 July ― Recommended arrival to Santiago.
- 16 July
>Morning: Registration. Opening session. Coffee-break. Thematic sessions in parallel. Welcome reception.
>Afternoon: Thematic sessions in parallel (including coffee-break). Walking tour in Santiago (old quarter). Official dinner.
- 17 July
>Morning: Thematic sessions in parallel (including coffee-break). Round table-homage to Prof Roser Majoral. Closing remarks. Lunch.
>Afternoon: Fieldwork to areas nearby Santiago, three alternatives being:
- 18 July
- 19 July
>Morning: Walk to the highlands of Galicia (glacier lakes), of medium difficulty. Alternatively, visit by bus to pine forest plantations in O Eixe Range, restored housing and honey development centre. Reception by the Mayor of A Veiga. Light lunch.
>Afternoon: Thematic sessions in parallel. Dinner. If the night is fine, observation of stars ― A Veiga is a ®Starlight Tourist Destination.
- 20 July
>Afternoon: Visit to conventional dairy farming and massive eggs factory, and organic farming producers in A Ulloa district. Dinner.
- 21 July
>Morning: Walking the Way of Saint James (Camino/Caminho) from Palas to Melide, track of easy difficulty. Alternatively, by bus visit to organic farmers, rural accommodation and Castelo de Pambre heritage building. Light lunch.
>Afternoon: Trip to Santiago by bus. Stop in some relevant Jacobean milestones en route to Santiago
*The fieldtrip will have a restricted number of participants. Fieldtrip participants will need to confirm in the early bird registration. In the moment of submitting the extended abstract before 15 January 2018, please do express the wish to participate in the fieldtrip and we will make our best to accommodate all the expressions of interest. In any case, acceptance to the fieldtrip will be expressively notified.