Complete Camino Frances

France
Pilgrimage
Self-Guided
Panoramic view from Complete Camino de Santiago

Complete Camino Frances

Prices

From $2,695USD

Difficulty

Self-guided

Hotels

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Highlights

Challenge yourself to the limit on this life-changing pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

Complete the epic 800 km pilgrimage along the Camino Frances, the premier pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela.

Visit gorgeous historical architecture as you travel the ancient path, from medieval bridges to gothic churches and fairy-tale palaces.

Savor delicious local cuisine in traditional villages and hamlets as you unearth the beating heart of authentic Spain.

Discover an everchanging landscape as you pass through wild mountains, rambling vineyards and vibrant cities on the trail.

If you want to complete an epic pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, then this is the trip for you. This route follows the 800km (500 mile) Camino Frances from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France through Northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela. This Spanish walking holiday follows the most popular route of the Camino de Santiago from its very beginning, taking you through the incredible sites of Northern Spain in over a month of walking.

The French Way (or Camino Francés) has been leading travelers to Santiago de Compostela for nearly a thousand years. Following the footsteps of these ancient pilgrims, you will discover gorgeous architecture, beautiful countryside and authentic local cuisine.

From wild, craggy mountains to vibrant cities, this walking tour reveals the ever-changing landscapes of Spain. Your luggage will be transferred between your comfortable hotels, leaving you to enjoy the experience without worrying about any logistics. From isolated rural landscapes, to bustling towns and cities, you will immerse yourself in the culture of Spain and meet fellow pilgrims from all over the world.

Complete Camino Francés Itinerary

Day 1 Checking in

Today you will check into the French village of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, close to the foothills of the Pyrenees. You can explore the cobbled streets of this gorgeous medieval town, rich in Basque culture and overflowing with beautiful buildings. After a filling dinner at your hotel, you can wander down to the river before you settle in for a good night’s sleep ahead of your adventure.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
Distance
None
Meals
None

Day 2 Your Camino Frances begins

Today you will cross from France into Northern Spain, reaching the Spanish town of Roncesvalles. After enjoying breakfast at your hotel, you will begin this adventure with one of the most challenging walking days. The panoramic views from the Pyrenees mountain range will make all the effort worth it. If you would prefer to take a gentler approach to Roncesvalles, you can arrange to take an alternate route through the valley. You will have your well-earned dinner and rest at a lovely hotel in Roncesvalles.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Roncesvalles
Distance
26 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 3 Onward to Zubiri

Having left France behind you, the rest of the Camino Francés is in Spain. The trail becomes more gentle today, as you follow the course of the Erro river and continue to admire the snowy peaks of the Pyrenees. On arriving in Zubiri, you can visit the town’s legendary medieval bridge, believed to have great healing powers in days gone by. A hearty dinner at your hotel will be sure to replenish your energy.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Zubiri
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 4 Arriving in Pamplona

Walking alongside the Arga river, the sound of flowing water and birdsong will accompany you for the beginning of your walk. Observe the landscape start to transform as you approach the famous city of Pamplona. Feel the lively energy of Pamplona lift your spirits as you indulge in a comforting meal at your hotel. If you would like the opportunity to explore Pamplona’s vibrant streets and delicious tapas, you can add an additional night to your trip when you book.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Pamplona
Distance
20 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 5 Walking to Puente de la Reina

Pilgrim Statue in the Alto del Perdón before you arrive at your hotel in the pretty town of Puente de la Reina, named after its stunning 11th century Romanesque bridge that crosses the River Arga.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Puente de la Reina
Distance
24 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 6 Ruins and Vineyards

Having left the bustling crowds of Pamplona behind, the landscape quickly becomes more peaceful as you wander through farmlands and vineyards. You will discover the ruins of an ancient Monastery and cross ancient Roman Bridges before arriving in Estella for dinner and a good night’s rest. Estella is rich in history, with plenty of basilicas, churches and even an old palace to admire.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Estella
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 7 Pushing on to Los Arcos

Savoring your breakfast in your hotel, you can be proud of yourself for completing the first week of this ancient pilgrimage. Heading into the heart of wine culture, you will pass through olive groves and vineyards on this pleasant, rural trail. Once you arrive in Los Arcos, why not sample some local Irache wine with a plate of cured meats and cheeses at a local eatery. Your dinner will be provided in the hotel, where you’re sure to sleep soundly after 7 days on the trail.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Los Arcos
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 8 The Capital of wine

Today’s hike passes through lovely countryside, with hilly terrain. Breathe in the smell of pine as you meander through the forests, before arriving at the outskirts of the capital of La Rioja region, Logroño. This iconic city is rich in religious architecture and overflowing with local bars which serve the region’s world-famous wine. You are welcome to pre-book an extra night to enjoy all that Logrono has to offer, but otherwise you should get a restful night ahead of tomorrow’s walk.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Logroño
Distance
27 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 9 Returning to nature

As you move away from the city, the sights and smells of nature will greet you once again. Today’s trail will see you walk through vineyards and enjoy the shade of fruit trees. Stop to enjoy the view from San Anton peak and appreciate the traditional pottery of the historic town of Navarette. You can arrange to stay in Navarette on this day if you would prefer a shorter walk. Otherwise, push on to the lovely town of Nájera where you can refuel your body with food and rest.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Nájera
Distance
27 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 10 The legend of Santo Domingo

Travelling on foot, you will see the landscape transform before your eyes. Today the vineyards will slowly be replaced with fields of grain, as you enjoy an easier walk on flat terrain. Enjoy a meditative journey through the countryside before you reach the more urban area on the outskirts of Santo Domingo de la Calzada. Exploring the streets of the city, there is plenty of culture and history to be discovered, including the legend of the chicken that sang after it was roasted!

Overnight Location
Hotel in Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Distance
24 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 11 Crossing the Castilian Plateau

After 10 days of hiking, your body will be adjusting well to life on the trail. Walking across the Castilian plateau of Meseta, the mountains on the horizon will seem frustratingly slow to approach, and you’ll find yourself entering a steady rhythm to overcome this psychological challenge. Luckily, today is a relatively short walk which will take you to the peaceful town of Belorado for some rest and recuperation.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Belorado
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 12 Through the Oca mountains

As you enter the Oca Mountains, you will embark on a largely uninhabited section of the Camino Frances. Enjoy the shade of oak trees and brush of heather against your legs as you follow narrow rocky paths and pass through the shade of pine forests. You can also explore isolated churches and pay respects at a memorial for those that died in the Spanish civil war. On arriving at San Juan de Ortega, you can visit the local monastery or head straight to the hotel to unwind.

Overnight Location
Hotel in San Juan de Ortega
Distance
24 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 13 Walking to Burgos

After a relaxing breakfast at the hotel, you will set off for Burgos. You’ll pass through the lovely Atapuerca mountains, though the terrain is surprisingly flat and easy. Delighting in the wild forests of pine, you will soon arrive in the bustling city of Burgos. Bursting with museums, tapas bars and beautiful architecture you may want to arrange an additional night in Burgos when booking this trip. After wandering through the remains of the walled city, you can check into your hotel for a hot meal and even a hotter shower.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Burgos
Distance
24 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 14 Through grain fields to Hornillos

You will quickly move away from the bustle of Burgos and rejoin the peaceful grain fields on the trail. With little woodland to protect you, this section of the walk experiences extreme temperatures in summer and winter alike. In winter you can sample the gorgeous regional stews to warm the cockles of your heart, before you approach the quiet, rural town of Hornillos de Camino.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Hornillos del Camino
Distance
20 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 15 A gentle walk to Castrojeriz

Today’s landscape is much like that of yesterday, winding through farmland and with little woodland to shade your path. It is charming in its own way, and the unchanging landscape lends itself to a day of introspection. After an easy day on the trail, you will reach your friendly hotel in Castrojeriz before you know it. You can explore the ivy-covered ruins of the old Monastery or enjoy the impressive Gothic architecture of the Church of San Juan.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Castrojeriz
Distance
18 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 16 Climbing to the town of miracles

Having been spoilt by some consecutive days on the flat, prepare for a climb up to the mountain town of Frómista, also known as the town of miracles. Reaching the highest point of the Castilian Plateau, you will be rewarded beautiful views of the Pisuerga River. The magical mountain town will be hard to say goodbye to, but you still have a long road ahead of you to reach your goal of Santiago de Compostela.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Frómista
Distance
25 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 17 Following the river to Carrión de los Condes

Continuing your epic journey on the French Way, you can relax into a flatter and more laid-back walk after the demands of the day before. The lovely walk to Carrión de los Condes follows the Uciesa River in places, before leading you to the historical town where you’ll spend the night. Carrión de los Condes enjoyed great wealth back in the Middle Ages, leaving a rich legacy of convents, monasteries and churches to be admired before you settle down for the night.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Carrión de los Condes
Distance
19 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 18 The Roman Road to Calzadilla de la Cueza

This stage of the Camino Francés takes you deep into the heart of rural Spain, passing hardly any villages on the isolated dirt tracks. You will follow an ancient Roman Road through endless fields of crops. Before you arrive at Calzadilla de la Cueza you can stop and visit the Monastery at San Zoilo or head straight on to Calzadilla de la Cueza, the tiny Spanish town where you will spend the night.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Calzadilla de la Cueza
Distance
17 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 19 River crossings to Sahagún

Make sure you eat a hearty breakfast this morning, as you will need your energy! Following a trail through crop fields and a scattering of poplar trees, you will cross the Sequillo and Valderabuey rivers on your way to Sagagún. Expect a more challenging walk today with some ups and downs, but plenty of pretty towns and changing countryside to make the day pass more quickly. You could try some of the local delicacies like blood sausage, hare or quail before you slip into sweet dreams of the French Way at your comfortable hotel for the night.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Sahagún
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 20 Pilgrims’ bridge to Burgo Ranero

farmlands

Overnight Location
Hotel in El Burgo Ranero
Distance
18 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 21 Descent to Mansilla de las Mulas

Another day on the Camino Francés! After three weeks of walking, you are sure to have seen transformation in your body and your mind. A gentle descent will lead you to Mansilla de las Mulas, an ancient walled town on the banks of the river Esla. Famous for its tomato fighting festival, Mansilla de las Mulas is rich in Medieval history, making it a beautiful place to wander around after dinner in your hotel.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Mansilla de las Mulas
Distance
19 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 22 Urban landscape to León

The landscape of the Camino de Santiago begins to get more urban as you approach the bustling city of León with its breathtaking cathedral and wonderful historic quarter. You are welcome to pre-book an extra night in León for some good rest and the chance to try typical dishes like sweet and sour chorizo, Valdeón cheese or, for the braver amongst you, the meat-stuffed pork intestine called Botillo.

Overnight Location
Hotel in León
Distance
17 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 23 Through miracles and battlefields to Mazarife

Dive back into the Spanish countryside as you follow the Camino de Santiago away from the city and towards the endless fields of wheat. A flat and quiet day of walking, you can take the time to visit the church at La Virgen del Camino. This church itself used to be a destination for pilgrims, with legends of the Virgin Mary ordering a shepherd to build it where he stood. Passing through the ancient battle place of Villadangos del Paramo, you will arrive at Mazarife for a hot meal and good night’s sleep.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Mazarife
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 24 A Climb up to Astorga

Approaching the Mountains of León, you will notice a difference in the previously gentle terrain. You will lay your head to rest in Astorga tonight, one of the most interesting and emblematic cities of the Camino Frances. Exploring the moats, Roman gates and medieval walls, you can easily lose yourself in the history of the city.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Astorga
Distance
28 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 25 Into the mountains

landscape of the “Meseta” is finally over.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Rabanal del Camino
Distance
19 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 26 A long road to Ponferrada

Savour a filling breakfast at your hotel, because you have a long walk ahead of you. The start of today’s walk is particularly wild and beautiful, with panoramic mountain views. You will walk through the village of Foncebadon, an abandoned village that came back to life thanks to the tourists of Camino de Santiago. Tonight, your hotel is in the city of Ponferrada, home to a fairy-tale-like castle which you can visit if you have the energy!

Overnight Location
Hotel in Ponferrada
Distance
32 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 27 A gentle walk to Villafranca

With 600 km already behind you, the Camino Frances way gives you a gentler and more relaxing trail to follow today. On arriving in the quiet town of Villafranca del Bierzo, you can wander along the river or relax in the main square with some tapas and a well-earned drink. Tomorrow will be one of the most challenging days of your epic journey, so make sure you get an early night in your lovely hotel.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Villafranca del Bierzo
Distance
32 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 28 The Climb to O Cebreiro

You will begin the day with gentle terrain. However, ascending to O Cebreiro will take some grit and determination as you approach the final stages of the Camino de Santiago. Villafranca del Bierzo is nestled on a steep mountain, with gorgeous views over Atlantic forests to help you reach your destination. After a hard day on the trail, you can sate your appetite with a well-earned dinner and collapse onto your soft pillow for a long night of rest.

Overnight Location
Hotel in O Cebreiro
Distance
28 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 29 Descend to Triacastela

After the challenges of yesterday, take a moment to appreciate the view. You will be glad of today’s terrain, with most of the route taking a descent. Enjoy the pretty villages and hamlets as you delve deeper into the Galician territory and savor its cool, fresh air. Check out the old windmill and churches or Triacastela before you indulge in a good hot meal at your hotel.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Triacastela
Distance
21 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 30 Through the valley to Sarria

You will walk amongst the woods, streams and valleys which lead you away from Triacastela, getting ever closer to your goal of Santiago de Compostela. You will feel the energy of the trail begin to change, as more and more pilgrims converge from their different routes to the great Cathedral. On arriving at your hotel, you can enjoy a good dinner in the buzzing town of Sarria.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Sarria
Distance
18 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 31 Walking to Portomarín

Following the pilgrim path out of Sarria, you will cross over the medieval Aspera bridge and walk alongside meadows and orchards. Shaded by chestnut trees, oaks and pines you will pass through sleepy hamlets to arrive at Portomarín, technically just 50 years old after the original village was flooded by the reservoir. You can visit the church of San Juan which was lovingly moved stone by stone by the residents, and in autumn months you might catch a glimpse of the old town’s ruins in the depths of the river Miňo!

Overnight Location
Hotel in Portomarín
Distance
22 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 32 Through the trees to Palas de Rei

The shade of pine forests will continue to embrace you on the Camino Francés today, as you pass through beautiful hamlets like Ferreiros with its gorgeous church of Santa María de Castromayor. This hamlet was specially built by blacksmiths to serve the ancient pilgrims’ horses on the Camino de Santiago! Before you arrive in Palas de Rei you can stop at the famous cross by the Ventas de Narón to post a note about your pilgrimage, a lovely tradition amongst the travelers of the French Way.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Palas de Rei
Distance
25 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 33 Tasting your way to Arzúa

The scenery today will be particularly beautiful. Make sure you stop at Melide to try the cuisine, like ‘pulpo a feira’, a traditional octopus delicacy or their world-famous sugared doughnuts. Later in the day, you will have some steeper terrain, but nothing compared to what you have already achieved on the Camino Frances! You will pass through the gorgeous medieval town of Ribadiso before spending the night in Arzúa, famous for its creamy local cheese.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Arzúa
Distance
29 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 34 A healing journey to Pedrouzo

Having filled up on delicious delicacies the day before, you can head off to Pedrouzo in high spirits. This stretch of the Camino Frances winds its way through small hamlets and peaceful eucalyptus forests. After stopping to visit the legendary healing fountain of Santa Irene, you have the option to attend the pilgrims’ mass at the Romanesque-Gothic church of St Eulalia. Having adapted to the pilgrim’s life on the trail, you are sure to be full of conflicting energy as you lay your head down before your final day of walking.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Pedrouzo
Distance
19 km
Meals
Breakfast, dinner

Day 35 Arriving in Santiago

After over a month of your pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago, your epic adventure comes to an end today. Climbing up to Monte do Gozo, you will catch sight of the spires of the cathedral and reflect on the enormous feat that you have achieved. When you descend into Santiago, you can pick up your pilgrims’ certificate, attend the pilgrims’ mass at the cathedral and visit the relics and tombs. This will be an emotional day!

Overnight Location
Hotel in Santiago
Distance
20 km
Meals
Breakfast

Day 36 Checking out

Your pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago has finally come to a close. It’s possible to pre-book extra days in Santiago to really relax and unwind after 800 km on the trail. Alternatively, you can check out today and head back home, with plenty of stories to share with your loved ones.

Overnight Location
None
Distance
None
Meals
Breakfast

Complete Camino Francés Price and Dates

This self-guided walking tour to Santiago de Compostela is always run as a private tour for your group only. The price always depends on the number of people sharing a room.

Prices below are per person:

  • Price per person staying in single room: €3,595EUR
  • Price per person staying in double room: €2,850EUR
  • Price per person staying in triple room: €2,575EUR
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Accommodation on the Complete Camino Francés walk

You will stay at a different hotel every night, as you reach each milestone of the French Way. Your accommodation is extremely popular amongst other pilgrims, offering a warm and friendly atmosphere after a day of walking. The rooms are double occupancy, so single travelers will pay a supplement unless they can be paired with another single traveler in the same situation.

All the hotels you will stay in are 2 and 3 stars, providing modern conveniences to ensure you have a pleasant and comfortable stay.

Single Rooms and Solo Travelers
You can pay a supplement of €825EUR to have a private room in a hotel. Contact us and we can try and match single travelers up, where possible.

Night 1-35

2-3-star hotels along the trail

Relax and enjoy basic, but comfortable lodgings with easy access to the French Way.

Hotels on Standard Tour

What’s included in the Complete Camino Francés Walk?

Meals

35 breakfasts and 26 dinners are included.

Accommodations along the Camino Francés

The accommodation for 35 nights along the tour is included.

Transportation during the Tour

This tour includes luggage transfers only.

Also Included

  • Luggage transfer
  • 24/7 phone assistance
  • Pilgrim Passport
  • Walking notes and maps
  • Extra accommodation charge for arriving to Santiago before St. James Day (July 25th)
  • Extra accommodation charge for arriving to Pamplona during St. Fermin Festivals (6th-14th of July)

Not included

  • Guide services
  • Insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Transport
  • Extra charge if staying in Pamplona during

Optional Extras

  • Extra night in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port before the tour
  • Extra night in Santiago after the tour
  • Extra night in any of the towns along the way
  • Upgraded accommodation
  • Airport transfers

Frequenty Asked Questions about Complete Camino Frances

How hard is the Complete Camino Francés Walk?

We rate this tour as a 3 / 5. Provided you are in reasonable shape and have walked similar distances before you should be able to handle this. The hardest part of the Camino is walking every day, and the weather. In the summer, the Camino would be rated at least a 4 / 5 for difficulty. Note that there are some days where you will be walking up to 32 km.

Do I need a Visa to travel to France and Spain?

Check with your local country about visa requirements. You could also try this website, though you should verify with your government.

Are meals included on the Complete Camino Francés Walk?

35 breakfasts and 26 dinners are included.

Do I need insurance?

Yes, it is mandatory to have Health and Medical insurance to join this trip. Get your Travel Insurance.

How do I get to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to start this tour?

The closest airport to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port is 50 km away in Biarritz. Biarritz airport has connections to several European cities, as well as most of the major cities in France.

What if I get tired during the Camino de Santiago?

If you feel that the itinerary is too strenuous for you, you can always add an additional resting day when booking your tour. Make sure to do that in advance, as changing the booking days for the accommodations that are already booked is very hard to do.

Where does the Complete Camino Francés Walk tour end?

The Camino de Santiago ends in Santiago de Compostela.

Will I get lost without a guide?

The route is well maintained and clearly marked, and you will also be provided with detailed maps. However, you will also be given a support number that you can call at any time should you need any help or advice.

What will I do for lunch?

There are many places where you can buy some lunch along the Camino Frances. By organizing this for yourself, you can stop to rest when you personally feel ready to eat, as well as having the opportunity to taste the authentic Spanish cuisine offered along the route. Alternatively, you can buy a picnic lunch at a local supermarket to enjoy in a pretty spot along the trail.

Do I need special vaccines to travel to Spain and France?

Check with your family doctor.

Are there any travel restrictions for Spain and France?

Please check with your local government about travel restrictions before you book your tour. This map from the US Department of State provides an overview of the current status in countries around the globe. The UK‘s Foreign Office and Government of Canada also provide advice on foreign travel. Note that the travel advice may change depending on your nationality.

When is the best time to travel to Spain for this tour?

The best time to travel to Northern Spain for this walking adventure is spring and autumn, though the tour can be completed year-round. Summer is the most popular time, but it can be quite warm.

Galiwonders is a specialist tour operator, focusing on pilgrimages along the Camino de Santiago in Spain and Portugal as well as the Via Francigena in Italy. They offer adaptable tours to suit a variety of client needs and focus on truly taking care of their guests.

The tour guides are local experts, living and working right along the Camino. They have visited each hotel and restaurant they recommend, ensuring each is up to standard.

Galiwonders offers constant contact with their guests, ensuring all concerns or questions are addressed immediately so you can relax and enjoy your trip.

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Prices

From $2,695USD

Difficulty

Self-guided

Hotels

Active Travel is what we do

10Adventures knows Active and Adventure Travel because everything we do is focused on Active and Adventure Travel. We understand the needs of travellers and partner with excellent local guides who specialize in active, experiential and adventure travel.

Real humans are always a click or call away

Your time is important, and you shouldn't have to deal with automated bots or a confusing phone system. At 10Adventures you are assigned an Adventure Concierge, who is a real person who has one job: to support you during the planning & booking of your trip.

Customize or go private and get the perfect trip for you

Taking a holiday can be the most fun you have all year. At 10Adventures we believe that you should have the ability to personalize the trip, to get it just the way you want. Sometimes that's joining a group, but more often it's going private with your loved ones, and getting the dates and itinerary that's just right for you.

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Tour Difficulty

We rate this tour as a 3 / 5. Provided you are in reasonable shape and have walked similar distances before you should be able to handle this. The hardest part of the Camino is walking every day, and the weather. In the summer, the Camino would be rated at least a 4 / 5 for difficulty. Note that there are some days where you will be walking up to 32 km.


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Local guide

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Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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