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Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walking tours
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Tourist Woman On Pilgrimage At Santiago De Compostela With Phone
Hiking boots on the stone signal
Remains of Castro de Castromaior, an important Archaeological Site in Galicia, Spain
Catedral de Santiago de Compostela
The Tarta de Santiago is the most typical sweet of Galician cuisine and is easily recognized by its emblematic Cross of Santiago in the center.
Statue on top of the Monte del Gozo, the first point where you see the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
Pilgrim out of focus walks along the Camino de Santiago (Sant James Way) carrying a backpack next to a column on focus with the shell symbol of the Camino Santiago de Compostela
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
8 days / 7 nights
Sarria
Walk the famed last 100 km of Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago, a journey through Spain's most picturesque and historic pilgrimage path.
From: 790€/person
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Two pilgrims on the Santiago de Compostela Way in Galicia
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
Tarta de Santiago with almond cake Compostela
View at sunset of the city of Vigo, in Galicia, Spain.
Stone footbridge crossing Umia river
Gorgeous view of Caldas de Reis, Galicia, Spain
Puente de Ponte Sampaio, en Pontevedra (Galicia, España)
7 days / 6 nights
Vigo
Tackle the last 100 km of the most scenic section of Camino Portugues Coastal from Vigo to Santiago, famed for its breathtaking landscapes and rich heritage.
From: 745€/person
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view of ribera market at morning in Bilbao, Spain
Aerial view of turquoise bay of San Sebastian or Donostia with beach La Concha, Basque country, Spain
Entrance door and main facade of old stone church in Guernica, Basque Country, Spain. Romanesque architecture concept. Religion and faith concept. Facade of antique castle in Europe.
Itzurun.'s beach. Cloudy day in Zumaia, Guipuzkoa, Spain. Zumaia's flysch.
Pinchos and tapas typical of the Basque Country, Spain. Selection of different types of foods to choose from. San Sebastian
Town of Getaria, Basque Country (Spain)
Bilbao Town Hall, Vizcaya, Spain
light house at rocks of Zumaia coast, Pais Vasco Spain, toned
san sebastian old town views
8 days / 7 nights
San Sebastian
Experience the best of the Camino del Norte: an 8-day trek from San Sebastian to Bilbao, showcasing Spain's Atlantic coastline and vibrant Basque culture.
From: 829€/person
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Pilgrim Woman with Hiking Gear Walking up a Hill outside O Cebreiro Galicia Spain along the Way of St James Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Trail
Gaudi Palace in Astorga, Leon, Spain
Beautiful May agricultural landscape on the Camino de Santiago, Way of St. James between Najera and Azofra in La Rioja, Spain
Ponferrada with Templar castle
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Pulpo a Feira, typical galician recipe for cooking octopus
Cathedral and houses in the center of Logrono, Spain
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
34 days / 33 nights
Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
Explore Camino Frances your way: choose from stage-by-stage treks or the full 800 km pilgrimage, immersed in Spain's rich heritage and stunning landscapes.
From: 489€/stage/person
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Gelber Pfeil und Pilger auf dem Jakobsweg (von Porto nach Santiago de Compostela)
Hermitage at Santa Trega mountain near A Guarda, Spain
Tourist Woman On Pilgrimage At Santiago De Compostela With Phone
pilgrimage way at the sunset, Camino Portuguese, Portugal
Porto, Portugal Old City Skyline on the Douro River
Gelber Pfeil und Pilger auf dem Jakobsweg (von Porto nach Santiago de Compostela)
I know what you see!...
Portuguese sea way to Santiago
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
The Tarta de Santiago is the most typical sweet of Galician cuisine and is easily recognized by its emblematic Cross of Santiago in the center.
14 days / 13 nights
Porto
Walk the Camino Portugues Coastal from Porto to Santiago de Compostela, exploring vibrant cities, serene beaches, and historic trails along the Atlantic.
From: 1,349€/person
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Scenic coastal view in Cantabria, northern Spain
the Ancient Scallops signs, leading the pilgrim's way towards Santiago de Compostela, Camino del Norte
Aerial view of the city of Gijon in Asturias, Spain
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral Towers Close Up with Sun Light Hitting the facade and Tiled Roofs La Coruña Galicia
Bread loaves from a traditional bakery in Galicia, north of Spain
San Sebastian - Donostia city, Basque country, Spain
Mondonedo Cathedral, Galicia, Spain
Hiking on the coast between Zumaia and Deba on the Camino del Norte, Basque Country
Aerial view of Comillas village, Spain
36 days / 35 nights
San Sebastian
Traverse the seven stages of Camino del Norte, Spain's most scenic pilgrimage route, across its 800 kilometers along the northern Atlantic shore.
From: 725€/stage/person
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The oldest Camino de Santiago in Spain the
Girl Pilgrim Hiker on the Snow Winter Mountain Forest  Evening on the Way of St James Pilgrimage Trail Camino de Santiago outside El Acebo at Sunset
Statue of Pilgrims in the outskirts of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain
Panoramic view of Pola de Allande in Asturias, Spain.
Tarta de Santiago with almond cake Compostela
Hospitales route on the Camino Primitivo Santiago de Compostela in Spain
Roadsign on the Way of St. James (
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
Houses in the mountain in Asturias, Spain
14 days / 13 nights
Oviedo
Traverse Camino Primitivo, the oldest Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, journeying through Asturias' mountains and Galicia's ancient towns.
From: 1,665€/person
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Pilgrim out of focus walks along the Camino de Santiago (Sant James Way) carrying a backpack next to a column on focus with the shell symbol of the Camino Santiago de Compostela
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
Statue on top of the Monte del Gozo, the first point where you see the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
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Remains of Castro de Castromaior, an important Archaeological Site in Galicia, Spain
Typical dinner of spain, Camino de Santiago, Way of St. James, Journey from Mansilla de las Mulas to Leon, French way, Spain
Hiking boots on the stone signal
Sarria river close to the Monastery of St Julian of Samos (San Xulian de Samos), Province of Lugo, Galicia, Spain
8 days / 7 nights
Sarria
Journey through the last 100 km of Camino Frances, traversing Spain's most picturesque and historic pilgrimage path while sleeping in Galicia's top hotels.
From: 1,545€/person
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traveler woman in Le Puy en Velay- France
Agricultural fields along the GR 65, Via Podiensis, also know as Le Puy Route, in southern France. French part of the Camino de Santiago.
Le Puy en Velay, France
Cathédrale et statue de notre Dame de France Puy en Velay
Farm, lake and meadows: a landscape of the Aubrac plateau in France
6 days / 5 nights
Le Puy-en-Velay
Discover Camino Le Puy's rich heritage, from Le Puy-en-Velay's volcanic peaks to the tranquil Aubrac highlands, on this storied French pilgrimage.
From: 789€/person
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Let us guide your Camino de Santiago adventure!

We at Camino de Santiago Tours specialize in crafting walking tours along the revered Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage that has beckoned travelers for centuries.

Our expertise lies in creating a personalized trip to Camino de Santiago that allows you to explore this historic trail at your own pace, weaving a unique tapestry of memories.

The Camino de Santiago, a network of routes leading to Santiago de Compostela, stands as a testament to the human spirit and faith. Traced back over a thousand years, these paths have been walked by millions of pilgrims. This pilgrimage, rooted deeply in Christian tradition, is nowadays one of the most desired items on many hikers’ bucket lists.

We offer a range of services to enhance your Camino journey. First, we book comfortable accommodations for restful nights. Next, we prepare a personalized travel booklet. It’s filled with essential insights and tips tailored to your journey.

Additionally, we handle luggage transfers to ease your everyday burden. Our team also provides 24/7 support for any needs during your walking tour along Spain’s Camino de Santiago. For navigation, we provide an intuitive app. It offers easy GPS guidance, ensuring you stay on the right path.

With Camino de Santiago Tours, you’re on a path of historical exploration, a walk through beautiful landscapes, and a journey to inner peace and self-discovery.

Camino de Santiago Routes

Camino Routes

The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is a collection of ancient pilgrimage routes, all leading to the Santiago de Compostela in Spain. This network, with a history spanning over a thousand years, begins from various starting points including France, Portugal, and Spain, crossing through diverse landscapes and culturally rich cities.

At its heart lies the story of Saint James, an apostle whose relics rest in the iconic Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. Today, marked by the symbolic scallop shell, the Camino weaves through historic towns and scenic countryside, offering a unique journey of spiritual and personal discovery.

For a more in-depth overview of Camino de Santiago and its cultural and religious significance, follow the link to our comprehensive guide about Camino de Santiago.

 

1. Camino Frances

The Camino Frances, or the French Way, is the most popular route of the Camino de Santiago, beginning in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France and culminating in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Tracing its origins to 1135, this path weaves through significant cities like Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos, and León.

Camino de Santiago

2. Camino Portugues (Coastal)

Camino Portugues starts in Portugal, with two main paths: the traditional Central Way (from Lisbon) and the scenic Coastal Way (from Porto). The Central Way traverses three Portuguese districts and two Galician provinces, while the Coastal Way offers a picturesque journey along Portugal’s north coast and traditional fishing villages. It is the second most popular route to Santiago.

Hermitage at Santa Trega mountain near A Guarda, Spain

3. Camino del Norte

The Camino del Norte, or Northern Way, is one of the oldest routes to Santiago de Compostela, dating back to the 9th century. Initially a safer alternative to the Moorish-threatened French Way, it runs from Irun through the scenic northern coast of Spain, passing through the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia. It is known for its breathtaking coastal views, vibrant fishing villages, and rugged terrain.

Scenic coastal view in Cantabria, northern Spain

4. Camino Primitivo

The Camino Primitivo is the original Camino de Santiago route, starting from Oviedo and spanning approximately 320 km to Santiago de Compostela. Historically significant as the path first taken by King Alfonso II of Asturias in 814, it offers a less traveled, more challenging alternative to the Camino Francés with its rigorous hilly terrain.

The oldest Camino de Santiago in Spain the "Camino Primitivo" leading from Oviedo to Santiago de Compostela (on the foto the old route via Hospitales)

5. Camino Finisterre

The Camino Finisterre is an extension of Camino de Santiago, a 90 km journey from Santiago de Compostela to Cape Finisterre, once believed to be the “end of the world.” This short trek through Galicia’s rugged countryside, steeped in Celtic heritage, also includes an optional extension to Muxía. It’s a less-traveled path, inviting pilgrims to explore the scenic Atlantic coastline of Spain.

Fisterra - Finisterra - Cabo de Finisterre - Camino de Santiago - La Coruña - Galicia

6. Camino Ingles

The Camino Inglés, mainly used by British pilgrims, spans 119 km from Ferrol or A Coruña to Santiago. This route, mainly through Galicia, offers a blend of rural beauty, passing through dense forests and countryside, and is enriched with historical landmarks. Ideal for first-time pilgrims, it’s one of the shortest yet culturally significant routes of the Camino de Santiago.

guard tower in Ferrol, Galicia, Spain

7. Le Puy Camino

The Le Puy Camino, or Via Podiensis, spans around 750 km from Le Puy-en-Velay to St. Jean Pied de Port in France. This 4-5 week journey traverses the volcanic Velay region and Pyrenees foothills. Marked as part of the GR65 with its distinctive red and white balises, its entirety runs across France before it converges with Camino Frances below the Pyrenees.

Notre-Dame (Virgin Mary) de France, Le Puy-en-Velay

8. Via de la Plata

The Via de la Plata is a challenging and historic route spanning over 1000 km from Seville to Astorga across six Spanish provinces. Consisting of 38 stages, this longest Camino route traces its origins to Roman roads. With long days, sparse facilities, and typically hot summer weather, it’s mostly undertaken by experienced pilgrims seeking an authentic and rigorous journey.

Senderismo en Extremadura, Parque Natural de Cornalvo, España

Book your trip to Camino de Santiago

Are you dreaming of a walking tour that combines the thrill of exploration with the richness of culture? That’s exactly what our Camino de Santiago Tours are all about. We take you beyond the typical tourist trails right into the soul of this legendary pilgrimage.

Whether you’re seeking solitude or the warmth of fellow travelers, our pilgrimage walking tours across Spain are tailored to fit your style. We know that a trip to the Camino de Santiago is not just a holiday – it’s a personal journey, a quest for meaning, and a chance to connect with history and nature.

Why travel with Camino de Santiago Tours?

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We handle itineraries, accommodations, and anything else you prefer not to deal with, so you can enjoy a carefree hike.

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We are a financially protected company, fully bonded and insured, keeping your money safe and allowing you to travel with confidence.

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Only the best of Camino de Santiago, cherry-picked by our local team with an in-depth knowledge of the region.

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Our 24/7 customer support is where we show our passion, bringing you a better experience by making your well-being our number one priority.

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