Camino Le Puy Way
The Camino Le Puy Way is an ancient pilgrim route through south west France from Le Puy en Velay to St. Jean Pied de Port, where it joins the Camino de Santiago French Way to Santiago de Compostela. It is a classic and rewarding long-distance trail through the arresting beauty of rural France. Immerse yourself in a lesser-known part of the country and take in the glorious scenery and way of life, where seeing a tractor is more common than seeing a car!
Macs has been sending many pilgrims and travellers on this Camino since 2014. We are dedicated to providing you with the best possible experience including comfortable accommodations, insider tips, luggage transfers and great route information so that you only have to think about putting one foot in front of another.
The Camino Le Puy Way can be completed in its entirety, or a stage or two at a time. You could even decide to begin your Camino de Santiago in France and gradually work your way into Spain. The choice is yours! The French landscapes change with each stage, which is what makes this long-distance trail so intriguing. You could be walking through the Massif Centrale with its high plateaux, the luxuriant Lot Valley, the Causses de Quercy and its deeply carved limestone valleys and the Pyrenees, where you will surrounded by classic mountain landscapes. Whether you choose to do a stage or two at once, or the complete route, you are sure to make unforgettable memories as you walk.