As you already know there are so many ways to do the way, as well as routes that lead to Santiago. You can do it on foot, by bike, with or without companions, taking your “best furry friend”… But for all the adventurers who decide to undertake this pilgrimage there is only one that connects with the past and origin of the route: Doing the Camino de Santiago mounted on a horseback.

And when we talk about “taking a trip to the past from the present” we mean that this is indeed the oldest way to travel through it, the original way. At first it was the wealthiest families who could afford to own a horseback, keep it and take it on such a journey with them. But now things have changed and taking an equestrian companion with you is just one of the many options we offer. If you want to know the ins and outs of this option and feel like a lady or a gentleman join us to review all the useful details not to be missed.

All the trips to do the Camino de Santiago with your dog

First of all we want you to know that the range of options is wide, depending on what you are interested in visiting or already know, landscapes you want to see with your own eyes or where you live. Here we leave you so that you can investigate in depth the range of paths that the so-called pilgrimage of Santiago occupies:

The Northern Way, the French Way, the Primitive Way, the Portuguese Way, the