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      Open details for Basque Coast Walking Tour

      Northern Spain

      Basque Coast Walking Tour

      Northern Spain is home to the unique area known as Basque Country, where culture and tradition have been frozen in time, and its inhabitants possess a fascinating relationship to the sea. The 8-day self-guided Basque Coast Walking Tour will introduce you to the intricacies of Basque culture and immerse you in the natural beauty that unfolds along the dramatic Basque coast.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      May-Oct
      8 days from $850USDDetails
      Open details for Portuguese Camino: Tui to Finisterre

      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino: Tui to Finisterre

      The Portuguese Camino: Tui to Finisterre starts from the border town of Tui, located on the banks of the Miño river that serves as a natural border between Spain and Portugal. The natural, historical and monumental heritage that you will find in Tui will be a magnificent opening to begin the route of this way.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      13 days from $850USDDetails
      Open details for Slower-Paced French Way (Camino Frances) Pilgrimage

      Camino Frances

      Slower-Paced French Way (Camino Frances) Pilgrimage

      Want a slower pace on the Camino Frances? Whether you just want more time to savour the journey and the villages, or if this is your first Camino and you want to ensure the days aren’t too long, then this is the tour for you. This is also a popular family route, and suitable for children who like spending time outdoors!

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      12 days from $850USDDetails
      Open details for The Northern Way from San Sebastián to Marquina

      Camino del Norte

      The Northern Way from San Sebastián to Marquina

      The 8-Day Northern Way from San Sebastián to Marquina Tour invites you to discover the natural beauty, culture, and incredible food of Northern Spain. Walking from San Sebastián to Marquina, you’ll discover the wondrous beauty of Green Spain for yourself as you make your way along coastal paths and through the inland Basque territory. Each stop along the way will delight you, from ancient ports to historical sights, and endless vineyards to sandy beaches—there is so much to discover on this dynamic section of the Camino de Santiago. Balance out active days on foot with relaxing evenings at charming accommodations where the mouth-watering flavours of Asturias are never far out of reach.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      8 days from $850USDDetails
      Open details for Walking the Southern Costa Brava

      Southern Spain

      Walking the Southern Costa Brava

      The Costa Brava is one of the top destinations in Spain, where the deep blue ocean meets white sand beaches and friendly fishing villages welcome tourists from all over the globe. Discover the southern reaches of this renowned coast on the Walking the Southern Costa Brava tour!

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Nov
      8 days from $850USDDetails
      Open details for Camino del Norte from Santander to GijĂłn

      Camino del Norte

      Camino del Norte from Santander to GijĂłn

      Discover the magic of the legendary Camino de Santiago Northern Way on this brilliant section from Santander to Gijón. This 10-Day self-guided pilgrims’ walk will introduce you to the most stunning landscapes of the Camino del Norte, as you trek at your own self-guided pace.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      10 days from $875USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Frances from Sarria to Finisterre

      Camino Frances

      Camino Frances from Sarria to Finisterre

      This self-guided Camino Francés walking tour goes from Sarria to Finisterre, offering a wondering 12-day walking tour that takes you Santiago de Compostella, and then beyond to Finisterre. Marvel at the history as you walk along this ancient path, and then continue onwards to the sea and Finisterre. Along the way savour delicious Galician cuisine, wonderful local wines, and have time to meditate on the history of the path you are walking, following the steps of centuries of other pilgrims.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      12 days from $875USDDetails
      Open details for La Gomera Walking Tour

      Canary Islands

      La Gomera Walking Tour

      Discover one of Spain’s lesser-travelled Canary Islands on the unforgettable 8-day self-guided La Gomera Walking Tour. Located off Africa’s coast in the Atlantic Ocean, La Gomera, with a diameter of only 25 km, is a hidden jewel waiting to be discovered!

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $875USDDetails
      Open details for Best of La Palma Walking Tour

      Canary Islands

      Best of La Palma Walking Tour

      La Palma, known as “La Isla Bonita” (The Beautiful Island) is a jewel that juts up from the Atlantic Ocean. It is waiting to be discovered on this 8-day self-guided walking tour. Belonging to Spain’s esteemed Canary Islands, La Palma is known for its incredible volcanic landscapes, enchanting green forests, and beautiful stretches of beach-lined coast.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $895USDDetails
      Open details for Easy English Way Camino Tour

      Camino Ingles

      Easy English Way Camino Tour

      Experience the English Way Easy, allowing you to walk at a comfortable pace. Known locally as the Camino Ingles, this self-guided tour has been designed with easier days, allowing you more time to explore the villages and is less taxing on the body.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      10 days from $895USDDetails
      Open details for Vall de BoĂ­ and AigĂĽestortes Walking Tour

      Spanish Pyrenees

      Vall de BoĂ­ and AigĂĽestortes Walking Tour

      If rugged mountain landscapes, alpine valleys, and glacier lakes sound like your ideal setting for a walking adventure, then the self-guided Vall de BoĂ­ and AigĂĽestortes Walking Tour is the perfect tour for you. Traverse remarkable alpine landscapes surrounded by nothing but unspoiled natural wonders and fresh mountain air on this fabulous 8-day walking holiday in the Catalan Pyrenees.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Oct
      8 days from $895USDDetails
      Open details for Finisterre Way Deluxe Tour

      Camino de Finisterre

      Finisterre Way Deluxe Tour

      Experience the enchantment of the Camino de Finisterre in comfort. Starting in Santiago de Compostella, this is a wonderful Camino by itself, or added on after you have completed another Camino.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $925USDDetails
      Open details for Taste and Walk Catalonia

      Southern Spain

      Taste and Walk Catalonia

      Catalonia has so much to offer, and the landscapes, monasteries, and food are some of the absolute best parts of this region in Spain. The Taste and Walk Catalonia walking tour effortlessly combines history, architecture, food, and adventure into one high-impact tour!

      Gastronomy
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      6 days from $925USDDetails
      Open details for Camino Frances from Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela

      Camino Frances

      Camino Frances from Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela

      Want to fit a walk on the Camino Frances into a 2-week holiday? Then this is the route for you, starting at Ponferrada you will spend thirteen days walking through some of the best parts of the Camino Frances. Enjoy your 13-day Camino Frances, with ample time to sample the food, taste the wine, explore villages, and reflect on the millions of pilgrims that have followed this route over the past centuries.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      13 days from $950USDDetails
      Open details for Walking Spain’s Wild Coast

      Southern Spain

      Walking Spain’s Wild Coast

      Spain’s Catalonian coast is a wild, beautiful place. From teeming pine and olive forests to jewel-like coves on the Mediterranean coastline, this region is a walker’s paradise. Soak up the best of Catalonia on the Walking Spain’s Wild Coast tour.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Jul, Sep-Nov
      8 days from $975USDDetails

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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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