As we all know, to do the Camino de Santiago you need, above all, time, and maybe you don’t have all the time you need to do a complete Camino with arrival to Santiago de Compostela. However, it is possible to do the Camino de Santiago in sections at different times of the year, and even year after year.

You have to think about the dates you are free (long weekends, holidays, etc.), whether to do it alone or in company, choose the type of accommodation etc. As for the credential will not expire and will be useful to obtain the Compostela as long as you meet the requirements of the two stamps per stage and in chronological order. For more tips, click here.

In this article we are going to talk about the main routes and the sections that you can do to complete the whole Camino de Santiago.

The French Way of Santiago by sections

Firstly, the stretch between Roncesvalles and Logroño the Pyrenees, with its sublime Pyrenean landscape that will lead you to the beautiful lands of Navarre and La Rioja, contemplating landscapes full of vineyards, with fountains that emanate wine and with a spectacular heritage. With a total of 136 kilometres divided into six stages, you will pass through towns such as Zubiri, Pamplona, Puente la Reina, Estella and Los Arcos.