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Portuguese Coastal Way walking holiday

The Portuguese Coastal Way, or Caminho da Costa, links the cities of Porto and Santiago de Compostela with a breathtaking, 259km walking trail. It’s one of the many pilgrimage routes that spread across Spain, France and Portugal in medieval times, and today takes hikers by beautiful beaches, rolling countryside and historical towns, before joining the traditional inland Portuguese Way to Santiago. From the enchanting city of Porto, this route travels next to the Atlantic, past sandy beaches, charming fishing villages, forest trails and medieval towns like Vila do Conde and Viana do Castelo. You'll cross the Minho river by boat from Caminha to La Guarda in Galicia, trek through the heart of ...Read more >
From €725 excluding flights

Finisterre Way walking holidays

Running from Santiago de Compostela to the Cape of Finisterre or ‘the end of the world’ as it was known in medieval times. It is a land of ancestral legends, a hidden gem waiting to be seen by those looking to understand the essence of 'green' Galicia. This 6 day walking experience takes in just under 90km through the infamous eucalyptus trails of Galicia. This route leaves the historical city of Santiago and meanders west through the medieval town of Negreira, the rural village of Olveiroa, on to the stunningly beautiful coastal towns of Corcubión and Finisterre to end at the Cape of Finisterre; which is regarded as one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. The flat gradients, ...Read more >
From €495 excluding flights

French Way and Finisterre Way walking holiday

The quintessential, most traveled and most documented of all the Ways - the French Way - with the additional section of the Finisterre Way as the icing on the cake! The French Way is the most famous route to Santiago and the most walked (in 2018, 186,199 pilgrims walked this route). From Sarria you will walk through medieval towns, meadows, small villages, past rivers and eucalyptus forests to arrive in the historic city of Santiago de Compostela. Here you will enjoy one day rest allowing time to explore this incredible city with its magnificent stone architecture, Cathedral, museums and great range of cafes, restaurants and bars. The Finisterre Way leaves Santiago and meanders west ...Read more >
From €1,095 excluding flights

Camino de santiago walking holiday for families with teenagers

The Camino enables teenagers to have a digital detox, reconnect with nature, connect with people from different cultures as well as providing an opportunity to talk - not the usual short encounters that happens in every day life - but deep meaningful conversations about life and the future. This 6 day trip from Santiago de Compostela will take you through fairy tale like forests, medieval towns, quaint Galician villages, wild, untamed countryside and pretty coastal towns to end at Cape of Finisterre, known as ‘the end of the world’ in medieval times and regarded as being one of the best sunset locations in the world. This is the perfect Camino for teenagers due to its variety, with a ...Read more >
From €425 excluding flights

The English Way walking holiday

This English Way walking holiday explores one of the lesser-known long distance trails in Spain. It is perfect for those looking for a less-busy, more spiritual Camino route, yet still wanting amazing scenery, fantastic hiking, and the reassurance of having all the logistics taken care of for them. Beginning in the coastal city of Ferrol, the English Way was historically the preferred route to Santiago de Compostela for those medieval pilgrims originating from England, Ireland and Scandinavia. Today it is considered among the most scenic of the various Camino routes, taking in handsome medieval towns such as Pontedueme and Betanzos (famed for producing some of the finest tortillas in ...Read more >
From €650 excluding flights

The French Way walking holiday, Sarria - Santiago

Perfect for newcomers to walking the Camino de Santiago, the French Way is the most popular route of them all, with almost 200,000 people from all over the world following it every year to the Cathedral of Santiago. Although the French Way is very well-signposted, there’s no better approach to it then a tailor made tour designed by experts in Camino walking. All of your accommodation will be arranged in advance, as well as luggage transfers between. You’ll be provided with detailed maps and route notes, and have the confidence that there is 24-hour support available if you need it. That means you can concentrate on the walking and enjoying the company of your fellow pilgrims, while all ...Read more >
From €595 excluding flights

The Finisterre Way walking holiday

Running from Santiago de Compostela to the Cape of Finisterre or ‘the end of the world’ as it was known in medieval times. It is a land of ancestral legends, a hidden gem waiting to be seen by those looking to understand the essence of 'green' Galicia. This 8 day walking experience takes in just under 90km through the infamous eucalyptus trails of Galicia and allows for a relaxed pace with average daily distances of around 18km. This route leaves the historical city of Santiago and meanders west through the medieval town of Negreira, the rural village of Olveiroa, on to the stunningly beautiful coastal towns of Corcubión and Finisterre to end at the Cape of Finisterre; which is regarded ...Read more >
From €595 excluding flights

Northern Way and Picos de Europa walking holiday in Spain

This week of walking in northern Spain takes you over a section of the Camino del Norte prior to leading on to a couple of extra special paths around Covadonga and Cares Gorge in Picos de Europa National Park. Starting in Santillana del Mar sets the scene for coastal Cantabria with seaside towns like San Vicente de la Barquera providing a quintessential glimpse at life away from the busier beaches on the east coast of Spain. As you continue to follow your self-guided walking notes you’ll cross regional borders into eastern Asturias as the town of Llanes provides insight into the region’s medieval past as well as an opportunity to raise a cool glass of sidra or taste the rich varieties of ...Read more >
From €750 excluding flights

Picos de Europa National Park & Northern Way walking holiday

This 14 day walking experience takes in just under 90km of the Northern Way Camino route and incorporates two walking days in the Picos de Europa National Park. From the medieval village of Santillana del Mar to the pretty fishing port town of San Vicente de la Barquera and the seaside towns of Llanes and Ribadesella, our 14 day Northern Way trip provides ample excuses to soak up the coastal, forest and mountain scenery of northern Spain as you become enveloped in a world of peace and tranquillity with hardly another soul in sight. From the coast, you will be taken up to the Picos de Europa National Park to stay in the quaint village of Las Arenas, known throughout Spain for its ...Read more >
From €1,250 excluding flights

Lebaniego Way walking holiday in Spain

This wonderful self-guided walking trip allows travelers to experience one of the Camino’s lesser-known walking routes: the Lebaniego Way. Starting your picturesque pilgrimage in the charming seaside village of San Vicente de la Barquera allows you to appreciate the scenery of the rarely glimpsed vision of Spain, in western Cantabria. The trail takes you inland where more remote mountain villages and paths alongside rivers lead through the Picos Mountains to Santo Toribio and a free afternoon in the medieval village of Potes. Some of the natural scenes that you’ll discover really invite further exploration of Cantabria with agricultural landscapes, shaded woodland and stunning mountain ...Read more >
From €575 excluding flights

The Northern Way walking short break

This short four day hike on the Northern Way is fast-becoming one of the best-loved alternatives to the other more popular Camino trails. Known as El Camino del Norte, this excellent section of the hiking route takes travellers through Cantabria before completing at the Santiago de Compostela. Running from east to west from the town of Irún, adjacent to the border with France, the Northern Way represents a much less busy experience where authenticity has been retained over commercialism and a variety of natural and historic landscapes mark the trail over relatively flat gradients From charming seaside fishing villages and Cantabrian coastal scenery to medieval heritage and mountains ...Read more >
From €295 excluding flights

Camino de Santiago short break

The French Way is the quintessential, most traveled and most documented of all the Camino routes. Running from the eastern side of the Pyrennes at Saint Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela in the Northwest of Spain, the French Way is the Way par excellence. It is the most famous route to Santiago and the most walked (in 2018, 186,199 pilgrims from all over the world reached Santiago). During the Middle Ages, this route was one of the most important Christian pilgrimages. It follows earlier Roman trade routes and traverses the Pyrennes, beech and pine forests of Navarre, the vineyards of La Rioja, the meseta of Castile until it reaches the mountains and the oak and chestnut forests ...Read more >
From €350 excluding flights

The Northern Way holiday, San Sebastian to Bilbao

This Northern Way holiday is an ideal option for walkers wanting to complete the Camino de Santiago in stages. Over the course of a memorable week you’ll hike from San Sebastian to Bilbao, where you can easily rejoin the route for the next stage of this iconic pilgrimage walk whenever your schedule allows. Beginning in the French border town of Irun and finishing in Santiago de Compostela 825km later, the Northern Way (El Camino del Norte) is often viewed as a more peaceful alternative to the busier French Way. But there are many other reasons to recommend this route, not least the magnificent scenery you’ll enjoy, from charming coastal fishing villages to vineyards, fragrant pine forest, ...Read more >
From €750 excluding flights

The Northern Way walking holiday in Spain

Running from the French border town of Irún to the Santiago de Compostela, the Northern Way is a cracking alternative to the busier Camino de Santiago route which can be found adjacent, yet, further inland. This eight day walking experience takes in just over 80km of 'El Camino del Norte' (its entire length is 825km) and allows for a relaxed pace with average daily distances of around 15km. Coastal scenery takes in some splendid images of fishing villages and flourishing foliage as well as providing a cool sea breeze from where beaches, mountains and medieval heritage merge into one. To ensure walkers get to experience the very best of the northern Spanish coastline without getting ...Read more >
From €595 excluding flights

Camino De Santiago family walking holiday

This fantastic Camino de Santiago family walking holiday is designed to give you a fun, bonding experience as well as some great exercise on one of Europe’s most renowned long distance routes. Beginning in the coastal city of Sarria, over five days of walking you’ll cover 115km to Santiago de Compostela, where your family can collect their well-earned Pilgrim’s Passports, a mark of achievement to treasure. The beauty of this trip is that it is designed and arranged by Camino-experts. Everything about it is tailor made to ensure your family has an enjoyable, relaxed experience that fits with your abilities as walkers. Daily distances average around a very manageable 23km, and the route is ...Read more >
From €595 excluding flights

Camino de Santiago walking holiday, the French way

The French Way is the most famous and documented Camino route to Santiago. It runs from the eastern side of the Pyrenees at Saint Jean Pied de Port (SJPPP) to Santiago de Compostela in the Northwest of Spain, extending to a distance of 780km. This route follows earlier Roman trade routes and traverses the Pyrenees, beech and pine forests of Navarre, the vineyards of La Rioja, the Meseta of Castile until it reaches the mountains and oak/chestnut forests of Galicia. This 6 day trip takes you over the first section of this Camino from the beautiful French cobblestoned village of SJPP to the medieval city of Pamplona, loved by Hemingway and home to one of Spain's most famous festivals. The ...Read more >
From €475 excluding flights