Hiking in the footsteps where pilgrims have passed for hundreds of years. Challenge yourself mentally and physically with healthy exercise and walking each day. Along the route discover the region’s best gastronomy, learn about local culture and sample fine wines.
Developed for families, friends and small groups. We’ve created three itineraries for those interested in completing a hike along the ancient pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago. Choose from the French Camino, Northern Camino or Portuguese Camino. Our experienced guides will help your group complete the journey of a lifetime. Just focus on your walk and let us take care of the logistics.
Stay in charming inns along the route with private bathrooms, enjoy special menus, personalized service and worry free logistics. Our support van will travel with your group and help to transfer your belongings and provide support for any walkers.
We customized every trip, from daily walking distance to setting a comfortable pace, from old to young, our group trip ensures no one gets left behind — everyone walks their own Camino. Meet your goals with the support and encouragement from experienced guides.
Starting in Bilbao or Madrid, this route travels the Camino Frances, and takes you to the starting point of Sarria where you can complete the last 114-km on foot. Pilgrims who complete this hike will earn their Compostela upon arriving in Santiago Cathedral. (Difficulty: Easy to Medium)
Starting in Bilbao, this route travels from the border of France at Hondarribia to Bilbao covering 120 km over 6 days. The most challenging of the three routes it is also one of the most scenic. (Difficulty: Hard)
Starting in Madrid, this route travels the Portuguese Camino from Tui to Santiago Compostela, the 6-day hike covers 118 kilometers. Pilgrims who complete this hike will earn their Compostela upon arriving in Santiago. (Difficulty: Easy to Medium)
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Transfer from Bilbao or Madrid to Sarria
Early morning departure from your hotel in Bilbao or Madrid. Travel to the start of the Camino. Along the route we will stop for lunch in the medieval city of Leon, the gothic cathedral, and monasteries of Leon are filled with history. Discover the resting place of the Kings of Leon. Group Dinner in Sarria included.
Sarria to Portomarin (22.5 Km / 14 Miles)
From this point onwards completing 114km on foot will earn you a Compostela. The Support Van will sweep for any tired walkers and can pick you up if you get tired, but we encourage you to walk as much as you can at your own pace!
Portomarin to Palas del Rei (24.5 Km / 15 Miles)
A beautiful stroll through history, fields and forests. An uphill hike this morning takes you through a tranquil forest to start your day. Rolling hillsides give way to wider fields and farms typical of Galician countryside.
Palas del Rei to Melide (15 Km / 9.3 Miles)
Start in the town of Palas de Rei a name that suggests that there might be a royal palace here, could it be the nearby medieval castle of Pambre? While today there is no sign of the King or his Palace, the name may have come from a time when this was the capital of Visigothic King Witiza (701-709). As you enter the town of Melide, you will be welcomed by some of the best known pulpo or octupus bars in this region of Spain.
Melide to Arzua (14 Km / 9 Miles)
Continue on from Melide through scenic forested areas with clear paths and open fields. Passing the villages of Boente, Casteneda and Ribadise da Bixo. Arrive in the town of Arzua where pilgrims can find a selection of shops, bars, restaurants and a church.
Arzua to O’Pedrouzco (20 Km / 12.5 Miles)
Your walk today brings you closer to the outskirts of Santiago de Compostela. Lodgings are located right along the Camino for you to recharge and rest before the final leg.
O’Pedrouzco to Santiago (20 Km / 12.5 m)
An early morning and a walk to the destination, the Cathedral de Santiago awaits you. Stamp your passport and receive the Compostela if you have completed at least 100k, congratulations!
Enjoy the city and relax. Or make a trip out to Finisterra: the end of the ancient world. Where pilgrims who made it to Compostela traditionally completed their journey to encounter the vastness of the ocean. Visit the light house of the Costa da Morte, a beacon of light for those sailing in these strong oceans, also see the fishing villages on the coast and enjoy lunch at your leisure.