The Camino de Santiago by bicycle

You and me doing the Camino de Santiago. I don’t know, think about it – Fdo. Your bicycle.

  • The French Way by bike from Ponferrada is the perfect route for all those cyclists who have never done the Camino de Santiago and want to have a first experience on the route. The 200 kilometres that separate the capital of El Bierzo from Santiago de Compostela can be cycled all the way, and they are also the minimum distance to obtain the Compostela certificate. A trip in which you will discover places of great historical importance such as the Templar castle of Ponferrada, a city that you will leave behind to cycle through the fertile moors of the Bierzo region. Galicia will welcome you with a gift for the senses: O Cebreiro. A small fairytale village famous for its pallozas and stone streets that hide great legends, mysteries and miracles. You will cross the Galician region passing by important monasteries such as the one in Samos, immense forests of centenary trees and small villages where you will have all the necessary services to rest after each day.
    From 220€
  • The French Way from León by bicycle is the perfect route to start as a bicigrino as it is a short route that offers a high number of services and has an excellent infrastructure, cyclable by the original route in most of the sections. A journey of 300 kilometres in which you will cycle through the Maragatería region and the green valley of El Bierzo until you enter Galicia through the Sierra de Os Ancares and continue through beautiful rural landscapes until you reach Santiago de Compostela.
    From 275€
  • On this two-wheeled trip you will cycle the entire 750 km of the French Way by bicycle from the Pyrenean town of Roncesvalles. An exciting journey in which You will cycle across the north of Spain enjoying a landscape of beautiful contrasts; from the impressive mountains of the Pyrenees, the fertile vineyards of La Rioja, through the extensive cereal fields of Castilla y León to the green of the Galician mountains. You will also have the opportunity to visit beautiful and picturesque villages where you can soak up the history, culture, gastronomy and the way of life of their people. Undoubtedly an experience you will never forget.
    From 495€
  • The 980 km of the Silver Route by bike will allow you to cross Spain from south to north passing through 4 different autonomous communities. A journey of contrasts in which you will marvel at the beautiful changes of scenery. You will cycle through the typical Andalusian and Extremaduran pastures, through olive groves, fruit trees, cereal fields and Castilian meadows. Once in Galicia, you will cross the Galician mountains discovering forests of Atlantic vegetation of great value until you reach the goal, Santiago de Compostela.
    From 950€
  • The Cantabrian coast is a spectacular destination for all cyclists who love coastal routes. And there is certainly no better way to discover this part of Spain than cycling the Camino del Norte from Irún. A trip that perfectly combines rural and mountain scenery with stunning beaches and cliffs. You will discover important cities such as San Sebastian, Bilbao, Santander or Gijon and beautiful fishing villages full of contrasts. Activate your five senses and start pedaling the exciting Camino del Norte.
    From 1400€