The Last 100 Kilometers is a fully supported group walking tour along the Camino de Santiago. That means that from beginning to end, our team will be there to make sure everything goes smoothly.
As you walk The Way, you come across many Camino symbols representing this historical journey. We are here to tell you some of the most famous Camino symbols, the history behind them, and the meaning for the modern day pilgrim.
We take pride in the fact that we are a small, boutique company that live and breathe the Camino de Santiago. This means we know we can offer you a different, more powerful and personalised Camino de Santiago experience. Here are some of the reasons why.
Here are the current Covid safety restrictions in place for the state of Galicia and what it means for our own safety measures for our Camino de Santiago Fully-Guided Tours.
We provide all of the basic Camino de Santiago information you need for your walk to Santiago - from how to arrive at your starting point, what to pack and even what to eat along the way.
Spain has released new information for an online form required to complete before you can cross Spanish borders. Read here for further information on the form, instructions on how to complete, and for the link to the online form.