From Sarria to Santiago de Compostela
The last 100 kilometers
Join the many pilgrims from around the world walking the last section of the Camino Francés from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. This small-group walking tour covers 115kms of the Camino de Santiago through beautiful forests and traditional Galician villages; as well as qualifies you to request your Compostela or certificate of completion.
The road less traveled
THE CAMINO PORTUGUÉS – PONTE DE LIMA TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
Whilst growing in popularity this route is quieter and passes through small hamlets, quiet country lanes, forests and beautiful old towns as Ponte de Lima, Tui, and Pontevedra. We meet in Porto, one of Portugal’s most famous cities, to start our 155km journey! This small-group walking tour qualifies you to request your Compostela, or certificate of completion.
traverse the whole of Spain
THE BEST OF THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
On this trip you will traverse the whole of Spain and experience walking along the most beautiful and famous sections of the Camino Francés & complete the Last 100kms. We include a winery tour and tasting in the famous wine region of La Rioja and have chosen extra special accommodation from converted monasteries and manor houses to Paradors. After celebrating our arrival to Santiago de Compostela, we complete the tour with a day trip to Finisterre and Muxia.
a slower pace
LAID-BACK LAST 100 KMS OF THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
This tour covers the same Last 100kms of the Camino Francés but this time over a couple more walking days. The daily distances we plan for you are slightly shorter than the typical stages which allows you to slow down and truly enjoy your surroundings.
From Valenca to Santiago de Compostela
THE LAST 100KM, CAMINO PORTUGUÉS
This walk combines beautiful quiet walking trails with fantastic accommodation in country houses and stunning Paradors. This walking tour covers the Last 100kms of the Camino Portuguese from the small Portuguese town of Valenca to Santiago de Compostela, allowing you to request your Compostela or certificate of completion of the pilgrimage.
the classic pilgrimage
EVERY INCH OF THE CAMINO FRANCÉS
This classic pilgrimage spans the whole breadth of Spain and is the most famous and popular route to Santiago de Compostela. We start in the French village of St. Jean Pied de Port and walk the entire 776kms before arriving at the legendary cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. The Camino is for many a life-changing experience and always an unforgettable adventure!
PART 1 CAMINO FRANCÉS – SAINT JEAN PIED DE PORT TO BURGOS
Take your first steps on the Camino Francés. We start our two-week expedition in the French village of St. Jean Pied de Port and finish in the famous Spanish city of Burgos. Come back year after year to walk more sections of this amazing journey until you reach Santiago de Compostela.
The next stage
PART 2 CAMINO FRANCÉS – BURGOS TO LEON
This section of the Camino Francés spans the high plains of Castilla y León over 10 days and covers 172kms between two majestic and important Camino cities – Burgos and León. If you like big skies, expansive horizons and patchwork fields – the Glorious Meseta is the walk for you.
The last stage
PART 3 CAMINO FRANCÉS – LEÓN TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
Join us on the last section of an epic journey across Spain. This final section of the Camino Francés covers 310kms from the lively city of León to Santiago de Compostela. Leave a stone at the famous Iron Cross before you voyage through the enchanting countryside of Galicia and finish at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela to request your Compostela.
the Fogos do Apostol
SPECIAL FEAST DAY TOUR
Finish your last 100kms of the Camino Francés with a stay in the famous Parador Hostal dos Reis Católicos; along with special seats to view the fireworks and celebration in the Plaza de Obradoiro! Join us on the most celebrated day of the year in Spain – the spectacular Feast Day!
A very Holy Week of festivities
SEMANA SANTA, A VERY HOLY WEEK OF EASTER CELEBRATIONS
The same excellent adventure as the Last 100kms but with a very holy week of festivities! We arrive in Santiago de Compostela on Jueves Santo, or Holy Thursday, to view the Procesion de Jesus Flagelado and to enjoy the Easter celebrations throughout the weekend.
FROM SARRIA TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
THE LAST 100 KILOMETERS (AS PART OF OUR EVERY INCH OF THE CAMINO TOUR)
Joins us for the most popular section of the Camino Francés as part of our Every Inch of the Camino de Santiago tour. This trip includes less dinners and lunches than our other guided trips for those on more of a budget.