Camino de Santiago (Camino Frances)
The Camino de Santiago, commonly referred to as the Way, the Camino, the French Way, or the Camino Frances, is the most popular Camino route to Santiago de Compostela. The Camino Frances runs nearly 500 miles from St Jean Pied de Port on the France-Spain border to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain.
Whether you’d like to walk a portion of the route, walk the final stage, or hike the entire Camino, you can find the perfect itinerary to fit your needs. Since 2008, Macs Adventure has helped thousands of happy walkers experience the outstanding scenery and unique culture on the Camino Frances. With our dedication to quality accommodation, seamless digital mapping, insider tips and luggage transfers, you only need to think about putting one foot in front of the other.
2021 was due to be a special year, a "Holy Year" on the Camino de Santiago. Due to the pandemic, the Vatican have decreed that 2022 will also be designated as part of the Holy Year, so we suggest booking early! Read more about the Holy Year on the blog.
You can choose from our popular itineraries below or download our free Guide to the Camino de Santiago for a ton of helpful Camino information and if you have any questions our team of Camino experts are on hand with help and advice. You can also find out more about post-pandemic travel from your home country to your chosen Camino route using our Travel Restrictions form, which will direct you towards the relevant official advice.