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Our Spanish Camino Tours

The Caminos of Spain, all of which head towards Santiago de Compostela, are a group of incredible hikes across Spain. Every section of every route is packed with regional cuisine, rich culture and friendly people. There is a magic to walking the Camino, a deep feeling that you and your fellow walkers are in it together, which forms bonds that last a lifetime.  



All pilgrims agree on that, the most beautiful Camino is Camino del Norte, which runs along the Atlantic coast, in Northern Spain. Anticipate encountering dozens of beaches, cliffs and lush meadows where  cows leisurely graze by the azure waters. Apart from the breathtaking landscapes, you will traverse diverse cultural regions, each showcasing its own unique architecture, customs, and culinary delights. 

Spain already counts with more than 30 official Camino’s , each with its own distance, scenery and characteristics. Here are some of the main ones: 

  • Camino Francés - 780 km
  • Camino del Norte – 825 km
  • Camino Primitivo – 290 km
  • Camino Lebaniego – 72 km
  • Camino Sanabrés - 369 km
  • Camino Portugués - 613 km
  • Camino de Invierno – 120 km 

Yes. We advise to ask for professional help when deciding to undertake a Camino if you have a disability. If you are a wheelchair user, for example, the expert can inform about the accessible routes. The easiest Camino for a wheelchair is the Camino Francés.  

In order to obtain the ‘Compostela’, a document confirming you have walked the Camino de Santiago, it is necessary to walk at least the last 100km (or 200km if cycling). If you choose to walk the Camino Francés, for example, the final stretch begins at Sarria. Similarly, for the Camino Portugués. 

The main St James route, which starts in the Pyrenees, connects with the Via Podiensis, which crosses France from Le Puy-en-Velay. The linking point is St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, right in the border between France and Spain. 

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