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The French Camino – Final Stretch

The much-loved final days of the classic route.
8 Days / 7 Nights
112 Km

The Original Portuguese-Final Stretch

The second most popular Camino route and the least demanding.
8 Days / 7 Nights
120.3 Km

The Coastal Portuguese - First Stretch

Walk along the Portuguese coastline from Porto to Bayona
8 Days / 7 Nights
134 km

The Coastal Portuguese-Final Stretch

The stunning coastal version of the Portuguese Camino.
8 Days / 7 Nights
125.9 Km

The Finisterre Camino

Walk from Santiago de Compostela to Cape Finisterre on the Atlantic Coast.
8 Days / 7 Nights
118.7 Km

Crossing the Pyrenees

The beautiful first section of the French Camino from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Estella
8 Days / 7 Nights
114 km

Camino Primitivo – Final Stretch

Relive history along the first recorded route to Santiago
8 Days / 7 Nights
103 km

Via de la Plata

An off-the-beaten-track adventure from Orense to Santiago de Compostela
8 Days / 7 Nights
108 km

The English Camino

Set off along the northern coastline before turning inland for Santiago
8 Days / 7 Nights
122 km

Route of Father Sarmiento

The last undiscovered jewel of the Camino
12 Days / 11 Nights
190 km

Crossing Galicia

Traverse this unique region from east to west.
15 Days / 14 Nights
242.4 Km

Ruta Maritima

Follow the sea journey taken by Saint James’ disciples to his final resting place
8 Days / 7 Nights
35 km (Kayak) 23 km (Walk)

Cities of the Camino

A walking tour of the historic towns and cities of the Camino.
10 Days / 9 Nights
80.1 km

The Full Portuguese Coastal

Walk along the Portuguese coastline from Porto to Santiago de Compostela
15 Days / 14 Nights
260 km

The Full Camino - A True Adventure

Experience the incredible cultural and natural diversity of the French Way.
38 Days / 37 Nights
786.3 Km

Via Francigena—Crossing Tuscany

A stunning section of the Italian Camino, from San Minato to Siena
8 Days / 7 Nights
86 km

Cycling the Full Coastal Portuguese Camino

A unique coastal biking adventure from Porto to Santiago
8 Days / 7 Nights
260 km

Cycling the French Camino

Ride the final 200km from Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela
8 Days / 7 Nights
206 km

The Fishermen’s Trail

A superb walk along a remote Atlantic coastline in southwest Portugal
8 Days / 7 Nights
75 km

Vía Francigena - Final Stretch

The closing stages of the wonderful Italian Camino, from Viterbo to Rome.  
8 Days / 7 Nights
108 km

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Testimonials

Diane & Jim Evans

The French Camino – Final Stretch

A week ago today we made it to Santiago! It seems like a dream but what an unbelievable lifetime experience.
This is what we liked-
Your positive attitude and enthusiasm -plus your passion for the Camino was contagious!

Your participation in our group activities be it Mass, prayer service or meals
You are very social and allowed us to get to know you as persons.

The accommodations and restaurants you chose were wonderful and gave us a true feeling of Galicia- the food offered was delicious and allowed us to feel connected to the region.
We always felt our safety was paramount to you.

Our only suggestion for improvement would be that in the slower group there were times that over an hour would go by before we might see either of you.
Thank you so much!

Fondly.
(Denver, USA)

Carol & Howie Reznik

The French Camino – Final Stretch

We had a long trip, but we finally got home about midnight Boston time (6:00 am Santiago time). So we were traveling for 24 hours!

We want to thank you for being such a wonderful guide and friend and helping tend to my blisters! Your concern for each person in the group was amazing.

If you ever need a reference, we will be happy to provide one.

Again, many thanks from the bottom of our hearts.

May you have many Buen Camino.

(Boston, USA)

Your Camino includes

Private Transfer

We pick you up from the airport and bring you directly to your hotel.

Hotels/Hostels

We have built up strong relationships with some of the most comfortable and charming hotels and hostels along the Camino. Rooms will have their own private bathroom and comfy beds for the weary pilgrim.

Pilgrim’s Kit

This includes your Pilgrim’s Passport (Credencial), and Camino Shell (Concha).

Luggage Transfer

We transport your luggage from one hotel to the next. Walking without the burden of a heavy backpack will help you conserve energy during your trip.

Guides

Our team of experienced guides will assist you along the way and share their knowledge of local cultural and culinary traditions.

Phone Number

You will be provided with a 24/7 phone number to call for support or assistance during your trip.