We know that many of you will be submerged in a sea of doubts when it comes to choosing the route of the Camino de Santiago that you are going to do? any way seems the most beautiful!

And it is not for less, since all of them have a special charm. High mountains, green valleys full of rural villages, rugged coasts, paradisiacal beaches, countless architectural and cultural elements… And it all depends on the tastes and preferences of each pilgrim.

In this article we will try to break down the strengths of the main routes to help you with the first step, choosing the best Camino de Santiago.

All the routes of the Camino de Santiago

The French Way

We start with the classic among the Jacobean routes, The French Camino de Santiago which starts in Roncesvalles and arrives in Santiago de Compostela after 799 km.

With a varied combination of regions, landscapes, climates, heritage, gastronomy, architecture, etc., it is the most travelled route in history and in our modern times. This makes it a generous route in terms of accommodation, restaurants, information and signposting, where you will find many pilgrims like you.

As you cross different landscapes, you will find high mountains but also wide plateaus, with wide rivers and small streams. It is suitable for any pilgrim, although