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    Spain Hiking Tours

    Spain offers a remarkable variety of landscapes for hiking enthusiasts, from the rugged peaks of the Pyrenees to the greenery of the Picos de Europa and the arid paths of the southern sierras. Hiking tours in Spain provide not just physical challenges but also cultural immersion, with opportunities to enjoy local cuisine and explore historic villages. Experience the panoramic views and engage with Spain's vibrant culture on these hiking adventures.

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      Open details for Picos de Europa Active Family Adventure Tour

      Northern Spain

      Picos de Europa Active Family Adventure Tour

      Parents and kids alike will enjoy the diversity of exhilarating activities designed to challenge and thrill on the 6-day self-guided Picos de Europa Active Family Adventure.

      Family
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Oct
      6 days from $275USDDetails
      Open details for English Way (Camino Ingles) from A Coruña

      Camino Ingles

      English Way (Camino Ingles) from A Coruña

      The Camino Inglés from A Coruña to Santiago is the original route walked by pilgrims from Northern Europe centuries ago. On your very own self-guided English Way Camino, you’ll enjoy a short 6-day trek from A Coruña, following in the footsteps of ancient pilgrims from long ago.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      6 days from $375USDDetails
      Open details for Finisterre Way

      Camino de Finisterre

      Finisterre Way

      This Finisterre Way Tour is an epilogue of the Jacobean route. It leaves directly from Santiago in the direction of Finisterre, specifically to Cabo Fisterra. This point was long considered the end of the world.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      6 days from $395USDDetails
      Open details for The Northern Way to Santiago by Bike Tour

      Camino del Norte

      The Northern Way to Santiago by Bike Tour

      Savour every moment of this short-but-sweet bike tour on a section of Spain’s Northern Way as you enjoy the thrilling ride from Nueva de Llanes to Gijón. Pedal your way through enchanting small villages adorned in traditional architecture and take in the wonders of Romanesque chapels. With picture-perfect views of the sea and the mountains accompanying you on the ride you’ll whiz your way through the beautiful Asturian countryside with nothing but the open road before you. Stay in cozy rural accommodations and enjoy the flavours of Asturia as you kick back each evening to enjoy delightful local wines and artisan cheeses.

      Standard Biking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      4 days from $425USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Primitivo: Last 100km

      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.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $450USDDetails
      Open details for Via de la Plata: Last 100km

      Camino Via de la Plata

      Via de la Plata: Last 100km

      Embark on a serene pilgrimage through the picturesque landscapes of Galicia on the VĂ­a de la Plata, a famous variant of the pilgrimages that end in Camino de Santiago.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $450USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Frances Last 100km

      Camino Frances

      Camino Frances Last 100km

      Want to go on a pilgrimage but only have one week? This Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela is perfect for you. This walking tour takes in the last 100 km of the Camino Frances (French Way), which is the minimum distance that needs to be completed to get the desired “Compostela“, recognizing your pilgrimage.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $475USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Francés Stage 2: Logroño to Burgos

      Camino Frances

      Camino Francés Stage 2: Logroño to Burgos

      If you want to walk the Camino Frances but don’t have almost six weeks to dedicate to the journey, then why not walk an individual shorter stage each year? This self-guided walking tour is the second stage of the Camino Frances, and goes from Logroño to Burgos.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $475USDDetails
      Open details for English Way Camino Pontedeume Option

      Camino Ingles

      English Way Camino Pontedeume Option

      The Pontedeume option of the Camino Inglés from Ferrol to Santiago offers a condensed route compared to the traditional English Way, achieved by extending one of the stages. While still manageable, this option is particularly suitable for pilgrims with limited time available.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $475USDDetails
      Open details for Camino del Norte from Ribadeo to Santiago

      Camino del Norte

      Camino del Norte from Ribadeo to Santiago

      This 11-day Camino journey marks the final section of the complete Camino del Norte. From Ribadeo, you’ll press on to the iconic city of Santiago de Compostela with this world-famous route concludes.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      11 days from $525USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Frances Stage 1: Roncesvalles to Logroño

      Camino Frances

      Camino Frances Stage 1: Roncesvalles to Logroño

      Want to complete the entire Camino Frances (The French Way) however you don’t have the time to do it completely all at once? Then this is the trip for you, with the Camino Frances broken up into five sections, each roughly one week. Many pilgrims walk only 1 or 2 weeks each year, allowing them to complete the Camino over multiple years. This is the first 1-week section of the Camino Frances, from Roncesvalles to Logroño.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      8 days from $550USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Lebanego Walking

      Northern Spain

      Camino Lebanego Walking

      This mesmerizing 5-day self-guided walking adventure in northern Spain takes you along the Camino Lebaniego pilgrim’s trail. Walking in northern Spain is an experience characterized by beautiful coastal and mountainous landscapes, culture and tradition, and lovely towns and cities along the way.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Sep
      5 days from $550USDDetails
      Open details for English Way (Camino Ingles)

      Camino Ingles

      English Way (Camino Ingles)

      Whether you are looking for a pilgrimage or just a unique walking tour in Northern Spain, look no further than the 8-Day Self-Guided English Way. Also known as the Camino Ingles, this pilgrimage is a wonderful way to see some of the highlights of Northern Spain.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $550USDDetails
      Open details for Finisterre Way Camino to Muxia

      Camino de Finisterre

      Finisterre Way Camino to Muxia

      Embark on an exhilarating journey from Santiago to Fisterra and then press on with a stunning 2-day extension to Muxía, the final leg of the Jacobean pilgrimage! On this 8-Day Self-Guided Finisterre Way Camino to Muxia tour, you’ll traverse rugged landscapes inviting you to drink in the endless views that this ancient Camino route affords. For centuries, pilgrims have been drawn to the mystical allure of Cape Fisterra, once believed to mark the end of the world.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $550USDDetails
      Open details for Sierra de Grazalema Walking Tour

      Southern Spain

      Sierra de Grazalema Walking Tour

      Walking in southern Spain is an experience characterized by remarkable natural beauty, tranquil landscapes, and delightful encounters with Spanish culture, food, and wine. The 8-day self-guided Sierra de Grazalema Walking Tour is no exception! Immerse yourself in southern Spain as you make your way through the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-May, Sep-Dec
      8 days from $550USDDetails

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      Spain General Information

      Where to go trekking in Spain

      The Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa are perfect for challenging hikes, while the Camino de Santiago offers a more spiritual journey across northern Spain. For those interested in island landscapes, the GR131 across the Canary Islands presents a unique volcanic terrain.

      Why is Spain great for trekking?

      Spain is an ideal trekking destination thanks to its varied climates and terrains, well-marked trails, and rich historical heritage. From coastal walks in Galicia to desert treks in AlmerĂ­a and mountain routes in the Sierra Nevada, Spain caters to every trekker's dream.

      When to trek in Spain

      Spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) are generally ideal for most of the country, offering mild temperatures and less crowded paths. Summer is great for high mountain areas in the north, but can be excessively hot in the south.

      Top 5 treks in Spain

      1. Camino de Santiago (French Way) - The most famous trek in Spain, this historic pilgrimage route covers approximately 800 kilometers from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. It combines cultural richness with diverse landscapes, passing through cities, towns, and rural areas.
      2. GR11 or Trans-Pyrenean Trail - This challenging long-distance trail spans the length of the Pyrenees on the Spanish side, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. It offers breathtaking views of the Pyrenean mountains and is a must for serious hikers seeking a rugged adventure.
      3. Picos de Europa National Park - Located in northern Spain, this area features dramatic limestone peaks and deep gorges. Trails vary in difficulty, offering something for every level of hiker, with the route through the Cares Gorge being particularly popular.
      4. GR7 in Andalusia - This trail is part of the extensive European walking route E4 and takes trekkers through diverse Andalusian landscapes, from mountainous terrains to lush forests. It's an excellent way to experience southern Spain's natural beauty and cultural heritage.
      5. Camino del Norte - Another route of the Camino de Santiago, this path is less crowded than the French Way and travels along the northern coast of Spain. It is known for its stunning coastal views, passing through Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia.

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