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      Open details for Camino de Invierno

      Camino Invierno

      Camino de Invierno

      Do you want to walk the Camino de Santiago without the crowds? Are you looking for something to do during the winter months? Then check out the Winter Way (Camino de Invierno).

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      13 days from $975USDDetails
      Open details for Hiking Tour in the Heart of Catalonia

      Northern Spain

      Hiking Tour in the Heart of Catalonia

      Want to escape to a hiking destination far from your everyday life? Come to Catalonia, hiking through the mountains, meadows of wildflowers, serene biosphere reserves, and mountain villages where time seems to pass more slowly. The Hiking Tour in the Heart of Catalonia is an adventurous getaway into a part of Spain that’s guaranteed to capture your heart.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $975USDDetails
      Open details for Camino de Santiago in Deluxe Hotels Tour

      Camino Frances

      Camino de Santiago in Deluxe Hotels Tour

      The Camino de Santiago in Deluxe Hotels Tour follows an ancient route that has led pilgrims on their spiritual journey to Santiago for nearly a thousand years. Steeped in history and culture, you will embark on a 100 km walk and stay in some of the best accommodation along the route.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Jul, Sep-Dec
      7 days from $995USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Frances from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Logroño

      France

      Camino Frances from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Logroño

      You will begin the French Way from Saint Jean Pied de Port, a small town located on the border between France and Spain. In the first stages, spectacular landscapes of the Atlantic Pyrenees await you, and then continue with beautiful panoramic views of the different scenarios until you reach Logroño, a city with a deep-rooted wine culture.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      9 days from $995USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Primitivo Cycling Tour

      Camino Primitivo

      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.

      Standard Biking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      11 days from $1,025USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Portugues in Deluxe Hotels

      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Camino Portugues in Deluxe Hotels

      The Camino Portugues in Deluxe Hotels Pilgrimage offers all the adventure of the Camino de Santiago, with upgraded accommodations. Starting in Tui, you will walk 100km of trails through Spain to reach the cathedral of Santiago. This incredible journey has been made by pilgrims for nearly 1,000 years!

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $1,075USDDetails
      Open details for Ferrol to Finisterre Camino Tour

      Camino de Finisterre

      Ferrol to Finisterre Camino Tour

      Embark on the Atlantic Way, a great variant of the Camino de Santiago, this self-guided walking tour takes you from Ferrol to Finisterre.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      12 days from $1,095USDDetails
      Open details for Portuguese Camino

      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino

      Walking the Portuguese Camino is one of the best pilgrimage routes to Santiago to Compostela. The famous Caminho Português de Santiago, also known as the Portuguese Camino or the Portuguese Way takes you through Portugal before crossing into Spain and ending up at Santiago de Compostela.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      14 days from $1,125USDDetails
      Open details for Portuguese Coastal Camino from A Guarda to Santiago

      Spain

      Portuguese Coastal Camino from A Guarda to Santiago

      The Portuguese Coastal Way from A Guarda to Santiago de Compostela offers a captivating journey along the Atlantic coastline, showcasing stunning maritime landscapes and historic landmarks. Starting in A Guarda, where the Miño River meets the Atlantic Ocean, travelers can explore charming fishing villages and ancient sites like the Castro de Santa Trega. Along the route, walkers are treated to panoramic views from Cabo Silleiro Lighthouse and Monterreal Castle, before venturing through Baiona and the scenic Ría de Vigo estuary.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      10 days from $1,125USDDetails
      Open details for Slow-Paced Camino de Santiago Cycling Tour

      Camino Frances

      Slow-Paced Camino de Santiago Cycling Tour

      Some things in life are best experienced at a slower pace to truly soak up the moment. The 10-day Slow-Paced Camino de Santiago Cycling Tour invites you to do just that: to experience the ancient route to its fullest potential at your own pace, ensuring you don’t miss a thing.

      Standard Biking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      10 days from $1,125USDDetails
      Open details for 8-Day Portuguese Coastal Camino in Deluxe Hotels Tour

      Portuguese Coastal Camino de Santiago

      8-Day Portuguese Coastal Camino in Deluxe Hotels Tour

      Traverse the last 100 km of the Portuguese Coastal Way in style, beginning from the coastal town of Baiano and ending in the historic and beautiful city of Santiago de Compostela.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $1,195USDDetails
      Open details for Portuguese Coastal Camino Caminha Variant

      Portuguese Coastal Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Coastal Camino Caminha Variant

      The Portuguese Coastal Camino walks along the coast from Porto, and this Caminha option is a variant of the traditional route along the coast, which shortens the route by one day, spends the night in the Portuguese city of Caminha and where the first stage on Galician territory ends in Oia.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      14 days from $1,195USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Primitivo

      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.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      16 days from $1,250USDDetails
      Open details for Easy Camino Portugues from Tui to Santiago

      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Easy Camino Portugues from Tui to Santiago

      The last 100 kilometers of the Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago de Compostela offer an ideal journey for families, divided into manageable stages of 17 kilometers or less each day. Starting in Tui, pilgrims will traverse historic towns and cities such as Pontevedra, Caldas de Reis, and Padrón, each with its own unique charm and cultural significance. Along the route, pilgrims will encounter iconic landmarks, including the Cathedral of Santa María de Tui and the medieval bridge of Ponte Sampaio, adding depth and historical context to the pilgrimage experience.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      11 days from $1,275USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Frances from Leon to Santiago de Compostela

      Camino Frances

      Camino Frances from Leon to Santiago de Compostela

      Imagine 18-days walking the Camino Frances, starting in León and finishing in Santiago de Compostela. Explore this ancient pilgrim route, having time to contemplate the history of this journey, and the impact on you as a pilgrim. Along the way explore historical villages, savour local Spanish food and wine, and meet other pilgrims from around the world.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      18 days from $1,350USDDetails

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      Northern Spain General Information

      Where to Trek in Northern Spain

      Deciding where to trek in Northern Spain involves choosing between its varied terrains and historic routes. The Camino del Norte and the Camino Primitivo offer pilgrims beautiful coastal views and ancient paths, while the Picos de Europa National Park provides challenging mountain trails amidst spectacular scenery. The region of Galicia, with its mystical forests and rugged coastline, is another must-visit for trekkers seeking solitude and beauty.

      What makes Trekking in Northern Spain special?

      Trekking in Northern Spain is a unique experience that combines the rugged beauty of its landscapes with the rich tapestry of its history and culture. The area is dotted with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ancient pilgrim paths, and remote mountain villages, offering trekkers a journey that is as culturally enriching as it is physically challenging.

      When to go Trekking in Northern Spain

      The best time to embark on a trekking adventure in Northern Spain is from late spring (May to June) to early autumn (September to October). These months offer the most favorable weather conditions, avoiding the intense heat of the summer and the unpredictable weather of winter, making it perfect for both coastal walks and mountain hikes.

      Top 5 Trekking Adventures in the Northern Spain

      1. The Camino de Santiago (Northern Way): This historic pilgrimage route offers hikers a unique blend of cultural experiences and stunning coastal scenery, as it winds its way from the Basque Country through Cantabria and Asturias, before reaching Galicia.
      2. Trekking in the Picos de Europa National Park: This adventure leads trekkers through dramatic limestone peaks, deep gorges, and lush valleys, offering challenging trails and breathtaking views, with the iconic Cares Gorge route being a highlight.
      3. The Camino Primitivo: Known as the Original Way, this is the oldest Camino route to Santiago, taking hikers through the rugged and remote landscapes of Asturias and into Galicia, combining physical challenge with spiritual enrichment.
      4. The Senda del Oso (Bear Trail): Once a railway line, now a popular hiking and cycling path in Asturias, this trail takes adventurers through tunnels, over bridges, and past stunning mountain scenery, ideal for families and casual hikers.
      5. Ruta del Flysch (Flysch Route) in Zumaia: Part of the Basque Coast Geopark, this trail offers geological wonders along the coastline. Hikers can marvel at the striking rock formations dating back millions of years, making it a unique trekking experience.

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