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  • This trip is designed for you to intensely enjoy the experience of the Camino de Santiago even if you only have a few days. The last 110 kilometres of the French Way from Sarria will offer you the best pilgrim atmosphere surrounded by a magical rural environment. You will walk through lush forests of chestnut and oak trees, millenary witnesses of the passage of the pilgrims to Compostela. Hórreos, hermitages and cruceiros will guide your steps through green meadows and small villages that reveal the importance of agriculture in Galicia. You will have at your disposal all the necessary services for an experience of ten, including the best recommendations of bars and restaurants where you can taste the real Galician gastronomy accompanied by a cold Estrella Galicia, the best reward at the end of each stage. A way to disconnect, learn, reflect, get to know yourself better and improve yourself, but also to laugh, fall in love, make friends... and above all to get hooked. Because once you do it, you'll only have one problem, and that's that you'll want to do it again.  
    From 195€
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  • The town of Tui contemplates its reflection on the calm waters of the river Miño. A border town chosen by thousands of pilgrims to begin their adventure on the Portuguese Way and reach Santiago de Compostela. If you decide to become a pilgrim on this route you will walk through small rural villages surrounded by vineyards and fields. Halfway you will find an encouraging travel companion, the Atlantic Ocean, which will guide you for much of the route, giving you amazing views of the estuaries of Vigo and Pontevedra. An ocean that will leave you to give way to beautiful medieval bridges, chapels and thermal villas. The Portuguese Way from Tui is also a journey for the senses; you will discover landmarks of Galician gastronomy. Impossible to resist the famous Arcade oysters, a portion of mussels washed down with an unmistakable Albariño wine or to discover if the real Padrón peppers are hot... or not.
    From 235€
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  • Have you ever promised to take that special someone to the end of the world? Now you have the opportunity to do it as a pilgrim. The Way to Finisterre and Muxía is the only route of the Camino de Santiago in which Compostela is the beginning and not the goal. A millenary journey whose goal is the end of the earth, where Celts and Romans saw the sun die over the sea, the Finis Terrae. Let yourself be trapped by all the charm of A Costa da Morte: watch the most beautiful sunset in the world over the immensity of the ocean and savour the end of the Camino from the Sanctuary of A Virxe da Barca in Muxía, one of the most magical settings in Galicia.
    From 220€
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  • On this trip you will follow the complete route of the French route in its Galician section, the French Way from O Cebreiro. You will start your adventure in a small village in the mountains of Lugo, a treasure of the ethnographic heritage of Galicia. You will only need a stroll through its cobbled streets to fall in love with it. Get ready to discover ancient pallozas. Buildings that in the past were homes where people and livestock lived together and sheltered from the harsh winters of the mountains of Los Ancares. A church that holds the mystery of the Eucharistic Miracle of the Holy Grail and one of the most impressive panoramic views of the entire French Way. But this fairytale village is only the beginning of a great adventure. You will be immersed in rural Galicia, full of rich traditions, legends, amazing landscapes and imposing monasteries such as the one in Samos, one of the oldest in the region. From Sarria onwards the pilgrim atmosphere will be livelier. You will meet many people of different nationalities who will accompany you stage by stage to Santiago de Compostela.
    From 250€
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  • The perfect trip to enjoy all the essence of the Camino de Santiago in just one week. The last 110 kilometers of the French Way from Sarria will offer you the best pilgrim atmosphere surrounded by a magical rural environment. This time we added an extra day to the trip by dividing the longest stage of 30 km into two days. A much lighter tour, perfect for families travelling with children or for those who prefer to take it easy. We will also have the opportunity to spend the night in Melide, a small village known for its exquisite preparation of octopus á feira. You will walk through lush forests of chestnut and oak trees, millenary witnesses of the passage of the pilgrims to Compostela. Hórreos, hermitages and cruceiros will guide your steps through green meadows and small villages that reveal the importance of agriculture in Galicia. You will have at your disposal all the necessary services for an experience of ten, including the best recommendations of bars and restaurants where you can taste the real Galician gastronomy accompanied by a cold Estrella Galicia, the best reward at the end of each stage. A way to disconnect, learn, reflect, get to know yourself better and improve yourself, but also to laugh, fall in love, make friends... and above all to get hooked. Because once you do it, you'll only have one problem, and that's that you'll want to do it again.
    From 225€
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  • The city of Lugo is a real treat for lovers of history, archaeology and gastronomy. Its Roman Wall is the best witness of its evolution, remaining unbreakable throughout the centuries and becoming a symbol of this Galician capital. If you decide to start the Primitive Way from Lugo, you can't miss the chance to walk through its streets and discover all the wonders it hides. Bridges, thermal baths, archaeological museums and a beautiful Cathedral whose Virgin of Los Ojos Grandes will leave you impressed. In its old town you will find taverns and taverns that invite you to taste a good mencía wine accompanied by delicious pinchos and tapas. Lugo is the gastronomic capital par excellence of Galicia, which attracts thousands of visitors every year with its slogan "And to eat... Lugo". Once on the Camino, you will leave the walled city behind to enter an increasingly rural environment that hides treasures such as the Church of Santa Eulalia de Bóveda, an ancient Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Cybele. The Primitive Way joins the French Way in Melide, a village famous for its delicious octopus á feira. At this point you will notice a considerable increase in the number of walkers who will accompany you for the next three stages to Santiago de Compostela.
    From 195€
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  • The town of Tui contemplates its reflection on the calm waters of the river Miño. A border town chosen by thousands of pilgrims to begin their adventure on the Portuguese Way and reach Santiago de Compostela. If you decide to become a pilgrim on this route you will walk through small rural villages surrounded by vineyards and fields. Halfway you will find an encouraging travel companion, the Atlantic Ocean, which will guide you for much of the route, giving you amazing views of the estuaries of Vigo and Pontevedra. An ocean that will leave you to give way to beautiful medieval bridges, chapels and thermal villas. The Portuguese Way from Tui is also a journey for the senses; you will discover landmarks of Galician gastronomy. Impossible to resist the famous Arcade oysters, a portion of mussels washed down with an unmistakable Albariño wine or to discover if the real Padrón peppers are hot... or not.
    From 375€
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  • Have you ever promised to take that special someone to the end of the world? Now you have the opportunity to do it as a pilgrim. The Way to Finisterre is the only route of the Camino de Santiago in which Compostela is the beginning and not the goal. A millenary journey whose goal is the end of the earth, where Celts and Romans saw the sun die over the sea, the Finis Terrae. Let yourself be trapped by all the charm of A Costa da Morte and contemplate the most beautiful sunset in the world over the immensity of an ocean full of great mysteries and legends.
    From 195€
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  • Although the English Way from Ferrol is one of the great Jacobean routes, it has little to do with others such as the French or Portuguese. It is a very intimate and personal journey, especially recommended for those who like to travel without haste, looking for escape and solitude, immersing themselves in the history and culture of the places they pass through. A route that will make you fall in love with the most beautiful and wild Galicia. You will start your pilgrimage in Ferrol, one of the most important historical, military and naval cities in the region. As you advance, the urban landscape will disappear to give way to spectacular panoramic views of the coast, marshes with an important ecological value, villages of great fishing tradition, immense forests of ancient trees and small villages almost uninhabited that will make you dream of nostalgic past times.
    From 360€
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  • The small village of Roncesvalles is considered the first stop on the Jacobean route in Spain and the starting point for thousands of pilgrims on their way to Compostela. The section of the French Route from Roncesvalles to Logroño is characterized by its beautiful Pyrenean mountain scenery; native forests and natural environments of great beauty, which will gradually transform into the landscape of vineyards so characteristic of La Rioja.
    From 285€
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  • The French Way from Sarria in short stages is designed so that everyone can experience the Camino de Santiago regardless of age or physical condition. A slow but sure journey. You will walk an average of 12 kilometres a day, without rushing and without stress, with the only concern being to enjoy the landscapes, culture and gastronomy of the places you pass through. If you don't have enough days, remember that we can adapt the trip for you by combining some traditional stages with other much shorter ones.
    From 345€
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  • The North Way from Vilalba will take you deep into the region of A Terra Chá, in the interior of the province of Lugo. A beautiful and solitary route that passes through an endless succession of tiny villages, in a completely rural environment specialised in cattle and dairy farming. A path that invites you to get lost and find yourself again, enjoying the solitude in an incomparable natural setting.
    From 250€
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  • The town of Tui contemplates its reflection on the calm waters of the river Miño. A border town chosen by thousands of pilgrims to begin their adventure on the Portuguese Way and reach Santiago de Compostela. If you decide to become a pilgrim on this route you will walk through small rural villages surrounded by vineyards and fields. Halfway you will find an encouraging travel companion, the Atlantic Ocean, which will guide you for much of the route, giving you amazing views of the estuaries of Vigo and Pontevedra. An ocean that will leave you to give way to beautiful medieval bridges, chapels and thermal villas. The Portuguese Way from Tui is also a journey for the senses; you will discover landmarks of Galician gastronomy. Impossible to resist the famous Arcade oysters, a portion of mussels washed down with an unmistakable Albariño wine or to discover if the real Padrón peppers are hot... or not.
    From 195€
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  • The Galician section of the Camino del Norte from Ribadeo starts off strong. You will start your pilgrimage in a small fishing village in the province of Lugo. Famous for having one of the most spectacular beaches in the world. The Cathedrals Beach is a real work of art, a natural wonder that surprises with the arches and domes that the sea and the wind have been carved into the rock over the centuries. The Camino del Norte is full of contrasts. You will say goodbye to the coastal landscape to enter the interior of the province of Lugo, passing through important historical towns such as Lourenzá or Mondoñedo, former capital of the Kingdom of Galicia. As you advance, the horizon softens as you enter the region of A Terra Chá, crossing an endless succession of tiny villages in a completely rural environment specialised in cattle and dairy farming. A path that invites you to get lost and find yourself again, enjoying the solitude in an incomparable natural setting.
    From 350€
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  • Live the Portuguese Way from Tui in the most exclusive hotels and enjoy an experience with all the comforts! You will stay in sophisticated five-star hotels, National Paradors, imposing Galician pazos and emblazoned houses that are the most emblematic buildings of the different towns along the Camino de Santiago. The Portuguese Way VIP in luxury hotels is designed to enjoy all the magic of the Camino without giving up the comfort offered by luxury facilities in incomparable natural surroundings. Spacious rooms and suites with sea views where you will have the rest and privacy you deserve after a hard stage. Personalised attention and famous restaurants where you can savour the typical dishes of traditional Galician cuisine. The perfect experience if you want to treat yourself or celebrate honeymoons and anniversaries in an original way. It will leave an indelible mark on your memory!
    From 895€
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  • Do you want to do the Camino de Santiago but you don't have many days? Now you can do the last 110 kilometers of the French Way from Sarria in only 4 stages. You will walk through lush forests of chestnut and oak trees, millenary witnesses of the passage of the pilgrims to Compostela. Hórreos, hermitages and cruceiros will guide your steps through green meadows and small villages that reveal the importance of agriculture in Galicia. You will have at your disposal all the necessary services for an experience of ten, including the best recommendations of bars and restaurants where you can taste the real Galician gastronomy accompanied by a cold Estrella Galicia, the best reward at the end of each stage. A way to disconnect, learn, reflect, get to know yourself better and improve yourself, but also to laugh, fall in love, make friends... and above all to get hooked. Because once you do it, you'll only have one problem, and that's that you'll want to do it again.
    From 185€
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  • Are you one of those who can't imagine a holiday without the sea? So don't think twice and start preparing your luggage to do the Portuguese Way along the coast from A Guarda. You will start your pilgrimage in A Guarda, a small village overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by the mouth of the Miño river and the Monte Santa Tegra. Here you will find the most important archaeological site in the northwest of the peninsula, a must for all walkers. The sea will be the real protagonist of your adventure. You will walk parallel to a rugged and rugged coastline; finding beautiful fishing villages that, in addition to its scenic beauty, have an important historical and monumental value for its monasteries and fortresses. In spite of its undeniable beauty, this is an uncrowded Jacobean route, perfect for a few days of disconnection and tranquillity. And unlike other equally lonely paths, you will find a wide variety of services, bars and restaurants where pilgrims and locals join together toasting with exquisite wines and delicious fish and seafood dishes.
    From 685€
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  • Live the French Way from Sarria in the most exclusive hotels and enjoy an experience with all the comforts! The French Way VIP in luxury hotels is the trip you were waiting for. You will stay in sophisticated five-star hotels, National Paradors, imposing Galician pazos and emblazoned houses that are the most emblematic buildings of the different towns along the Camino de Santiago. A trip designed to enjoy all the magic of the Camino without giving up the comfort offered by luxury facilities in incomparable natural surroundings. Spacious rooms and suites with views where you will have the rest and privacy you deserve after a hard stage. Personalised attention and famous restaurants where you can savour the typical dishes of traditional Galician cuisine. The perfect experience if you want to treat yourself or celebrate a special occasion with your loved ones: original honeymoons and anniversaries that will leave an indelible mark on your memories.
    From 920€
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  • The small village of Roncesvalles is considered the first stop on the Jacobean route in Spain and the starting point for thousands of pilgrims on their way to Compostela. This Camino will take you in the footsteps of millions of pilgrims who throughout history have contributed to the Jacobean route. Centuries of effort, adventure and self-knowledge at every step bathe the paths and trails through which, stage by stage, you wi