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      Open details for Guided Camino Frances in 7 days

      Camino Frances

      Guided Camino Frances in 7 days

      Become a certified pilgrim on this 8 day guided walk along the French Way (Camino Frances) in northern Spain. This is the most popular route of the Camino de Santiago, and you’ll love the atmosphere of the walk.

      Pilgrimage
      Guided
      Sep
      8 days from $1,695USDDetails
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      Camino Frances

      Cycling the Camino Frances to Santiago

      Embark on an extraordinary adventure as you pedal along the historic Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela on this self-guided MTB adventure. This iconic route offers a unique blend of physical challenge, cultural immersion, and spiritual fulfillment. Starting from the picturesque town of Roncesvalles nestled in the heart of the Pyrenees, you’ll traverse diverse landscapes, including lush vineyards, rolling hills, and quaint medieval villages.

      Mountain Bike
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      15 days from $1,725USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Guided Cycling The Portuguese Camino

      Join this guided bike tour along the Portuguese Camino. Cycle through the bucolic landscape of northern Portugal and Spain as you journey along the Portuguese Camino from Porto to Santiago de Compostela.

      Standard Biking
      Guided
      Jun, Sep
      8 days from $1,895USDDetails
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      Northern Portugal

      Portuguese Coastal Camino Plus Walk Tour

      On this ‘plus’ tour, you’ll enjoy charming stays in boutique hotels, convenient airport transfers, and a comprehensive in-person briefing. 

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      15 days from $2,425USDDetails
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      Camino Frances

      Camino Francés from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela

      Discover why millions of pilgrims have made their pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella with this 40-day route starting in Roncesvalles. Spend almost 6-weeks on the Camino Frances, savouring ever-changing landscapes, tasting new flavours, tasting local wines, and reflecting on your own pilgrimage.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      40 days from $3,075USDDetails
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      Camino del Norte

      Camino de Santiago Northern Way

      Discover the magic of the legendary Camino de Santiago Northern Way over 36 challenging, but rewarding days on the north coast of the Iberian Peninsula.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      36 days from $3,125USDDetails
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      Camino Frances

      Complete Camino Frances

      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.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      36 days from $3,750USDDetails
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      Camino de Santiago General Information

      What makes walking the Camino de Santiago a unique experience?

      Walking the Camino de Santiago is unique due to its blend of spiritual journey, cultural immersion, and stunning landscapes. Pilgrims experience a sense of community, historical sites, and local traditions, all while traversing diverse terrains from mountainous regions to coastal paths.

      Best tips to walk one of the Caminos?

      To walk the Camino de Santiago successfully, start with training hikes to build endurance, pack lightly but include essentials, stay hydrated, and wear comfortable footwear. Plan your route and accommodations ahead, and embrace the journey with an open mind and a flexible schedule.

      How to qualify for Compostela?

      To qualify for a Compostela, pilgrims must walk at least 100 kilometers or cycle 200 kilometers to Santiago de Compostela. They need to collect stamps in a pilgrim's passport (credencial) from stops along the way, demonstrating the journey’s completion and the spirit of the pilgrimage.

      Top 5 most popular Camino de Santiago routes

      1. Camino Francés: The most popular route, stretching 780 km from St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago, is known for its rich history and diverse landscapes.
      2. Camino Portugués: Starting in Lisbon or Porto, this 620 km route offers a mix of coastal and inland scenery, with fewer crowds.
      3. Camino del Norte: A coastal path from IrĂșn to Santiago, covering 825 km with stunning ocean views and challenging terrain.
      4. Via de la Plata: The longest route, starting in Seville and covering 1000 km, it is known for its Roman history and rural tranquility.
      5. Camino Inglés: A shorter route of about 120 km, starting in Ferrol or A Coruña, ideal for those with limited time, offering a quick yet fulfilling pilgrimage experience.

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