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    Camino Primitivo Tours

    Camino Primitivo tours take travellers on a lesser-walked and more rugged Camino variant, allowing the opportunity to connect with the wild landscape of Galicia. From mountain biking to walking, there are several options when it comes to planning a Camino Primitivo tour, all of which make for an amazing experience. If you are wondering how to kickstart your adventure on the Primitive Way, be sure to check out all of the Camino Primitivo tours below.

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      Camino Primitivo

      Camino Primitivo: Last 100km

      The Camino Primitivo is another wonderful pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. This self-guided walking tour allows you to walk the final 100 km on the oldest of the Caminos, the Camino Primitivo or the Primitive Way.

      7 days from $450USDDetails
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      Camino Primitivo MTB Tour

      Discover the timeless beauty of Northern Spain’s Asturias and Galicia regions on the 8-day self-guided Camino Primitivo MTB Tour. In the 9th century, King Alphonse II decided to see with his own eyes the bones of the apostle St. James. With that purpose, he journeyed through dark woods and daunting mountains, from the capital of his kingdom – Oviedo – to a remote area of what is now Galicia. This cycle tour follows this same authentic route, traversing part of the ‘España Verde’, through the varied countryside of Asturias and Galicia.

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      8 days from $675USDDetails
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      Camino Primitivo Cycling Tour

      This 11-day self-guided cycling holiday in Northern Spain invites you to gear up and experience one of the paths of the Camino de Santiago as you pedal the Camino Primitivo from Oviedo to Santiago de Compostela.

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      11 days from $995USDDetails
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      Camino Primitivo

      Camino Primitivo

      Walking the Camino Primitivo is a wonderful pilgrimage to Camino de Santiago. Experience a one-of-a-kind experience, packed with meaning and purpose on the 18-Day Self-Guided Camino Primitivo.

      16 days from $1,225USDDetails
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      Camino Primitivo General Information

      What makes the Camino Primitivo special?

      The Camino Primitivo is known as the original pilgrims' path to Santiago, offering a challenging yet rewarding journey through the rugged landscapes of Asturias and Galicia. Its less trodden paths lead through stunning mountains, ancient forests, and historic towns, providing a deeply spiritual experience.

      How does the Camino Primitivo compare to Camino Frances?

      While the Camino Frances is famed for its social atmosphere and historical sites, the Camino Primitivo offers a more solitary and physically demanding experience. It attracts those seeking a quieter route, closer to nature and away from the crowds, with a strong sense of camaraderie among its pilgrims.

      Does completing the Camino Primitivo qualify for Compostela?

      Yes, completing the Camino Primitivo qualifies for the Compostela, as it meets the requirement of walking the last 100km to Santiago de Compostela. This route is especially esteemed for its historical significance as the oldest pilgrimage path to Santiago.

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