The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails of which the trail running from the south of France through the north of Spain (the Camino Frances) is by far the most famous and popular.  The entire pilgrimage takes about 40 days but for those who are short on time, we offer a guided "Best of the Camino" option.  In just under two weeks we take you and your fellow pilgrims and hikers along the most scenic portions of the trail, all the while staying in comfort.  Best of all - you do not have to carry your own bag as we will transfer it for you.
The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails of which the trail running from the south of France through the north of Spain (the Camino Frances) is by far the most famous and popular.  The entire pilgrimage takes about 40 days but for those who are short on time, we offer a guided "Best of the Camino" option.  In just under two weeks we take you and your fellow pilgrims and hikers along the most scenic portions of the trail, all the while staying in comfort.  Best of all - you do not have to carry your own bag as we will transfer it for you.
Spain

Best walks of Spain's Camino de Santiago

Small Group Holiday

13

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days from

4399

The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails of which the trail running from the south of France through the north of Spain (the Camino Frances) is by far the most famous and popular. The entire pilgrimage takes about 40 days but for those who are short on time, we offer a guided "Best of the Camino" option. In just under two weeks we take you and your fellow pilgrims and hikers along the most scenic portions of the trail, all the while staying in comfort. Best of all - you do not have to carry your own bag as we will transfer it for you.

Activity / Theme

Country

Hiking

Spain

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Moderate

Moderate

Transportation

On foot, private vehicle for baggage and transfers

Accommodation

3 & 4-star hotels and charming guesthouses with private facilities

Months of Operation

April, May, June, July, August, September, October

Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:

Consider staying an extra night in Santiago at the end of your trip to take in the festive arrivals of fellow pilgrims and really get to know the town.

Itinerary

DAY 1 Start Roncesvalles or Burguete
DAY 2 Pyrenees walk (4-5hrs), to Pamplona
DAY 3 Walk through Puente la Reina (4-5hrs), to Logroño
DAY 4 Hike Montes de Oca to San Juan de Ortega (3-4hrs), to Burgos
DAY 5 Walk Castrojeriz to Fromista (4hrs), to Carrion de los Condes
DAY 6 Walk through small valleys and riverbeds (3hrs), to Leon
DAY 7 Hike Hospital de Orbigo to Astorga (3hrs)
DAY 8 Cruz de Ferro to Molinaseca (4hrs), to Villafranca & Hererrías
DAY 9 O Cebreiro to Triacastela (4hrs), Samos Monastery, Sarria
DAY 10 Hike to Portomarin (5hrs), to Arzúa
DAY 11 Walk into Santiago (3hrs)
DAY 12 AM tour Santiago, PM Cape Finisterre
DAY 13 Trip ends

Inclusions

12 continental breakfasts, 12 dinners (beverages and coffee included)
5 nights in 4 star, 7 nights in 1-3 star hotels and charming guesthouses
English speaking guide throughout
Local guides in Burgos, Leon and Santiago
Support vehicle for baggage and transfers
Entrance fees according to the programme

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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