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The Camino de Santiago is the classic pilgrim route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. We specialise in arranging walking tours on the most popular Camino de Santiago (French Way) and the other Camino routes to Santiago such as the Camino Portugues, Le Puy Camino, Camino del Norte, Camino Ingles and Camino Finisterre.
Choose from the following popular itineraries, contact our specialists to arrange a tailor make Camino and you can also download our free guide to the Camino Frances or visit our Online Camino information page to give you all the tools you need to get started on your Camino adventure.
We have researched each way to Santiago carefully and our expert team will make sure you have a flawless Camino experience.
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Walk the full Camino Frances (Way of St. James) from St Jean Pied de Port, in the Pyrenees, to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. A journey of 791km across Northern Spain following the most popular route of the Camino de Santiago. An unforgettable experience!.Duration: 40 Days & 39 Nights
Walk the last 100km of the Camino Frances to Santiago de Compostela over 6 walking days. This popular trip adds an extra night in Melide, keeping the daily distance manageable. This Camino tour allows you to earn your Compostela as you have walked over 100km.Duration: 8 Days & 7 Nights
Finisterre, translates as ‘the end of the world’ and is the spiritual and historic end to all of the pilgrimages to Santiago. Finisterre is situated on the west coast of Spain, looking out over the Atlantic and many pilgrims choose to walk here to complete their physical and spiritual journey.Duration: 6 Days & 5 Nights
An interesting and quieter variation of the main Camino Portugues central route, the Portugues Coastal Way runs from Porto to Santiago following the wild Atlantic coastline of northern Portugal and Galicia.Duration: 15 Days & 14 Nights
Beginning in the World Heritage site of Porto you walk to the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, where pilgrims from all around the world congregate. On this varied section after leaving the urban sprawl of Porto and its outskirts, you will walk through a mixture of coastal, forest and open countryside trails. You will also pass along side some of Portugal’s best historic sites, which are well worth the visit.Duration: 14 Days & 13 Nights