The Camino de Santiago is a network of pilgrim routes ,all of which lead to the tomb of St James in Santiago de Compostela. Over many centuries, millions have walked these ancient routes in search of new meaning and transformation.
Established for many years now in creating personalised journeys for pilgrims, we offer both guided and self guided options for the popular Camino Frances route and the Camino Portuguese. We also provide packages from Santiago de Compostela to Finisterre and to Muxia on the coast.
The last stage of the Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, 5 days of walking is the most popular stage of this route. Finishing in Santiago, pilgrims are able to experience arrival at the beautiful cathedral and to visit the Tomb of St James and have Mass if they wish.
As diverse as people are, so is each section of the Camino. Each stage offers something different, reflecting the beautiful diversity of northern Spain, its people and landscape and the physical challenge posed by each stage differs also.
To each their own, and every pilgrim experiences the Camino in their own individual and special way. The hustle and bustle of the beautiful historic cities of Pamplona, Burgos, Leon and Santiago de Compostela offer a counterpoint to the calm and reflection of the country walks between them. Small chapels dotted through the landscape continue to offer places of solitude and calm reflection along the way. Whether in good company, meeting fellow like-minded pilgrims along the way or having found the space of solitude, all pilgrims look forward with anticipation each morning to the wonderful experiences and opportunities that each new day offers.
Join us on one of our guided Camino walking trips and experience the wonders of the Camino for yourself. Please check out our guided trips at the links below .
Alternatively, if you prefer to guide yourself along your own journey, we would be honoured to put together a tailored itinerary to suit your needs.