The Camino to Santiago de Compostela offers the Pilgrim the opportunity to join a community of hikers on a journey of spiritual and personal endeavour to Santiago de Compostela.
The French Way is the most popular of the pilgrim trails to Santiago de Compostela.
Prices / Dates
Price: €449 per person sharing
Single Supplement: +€120
Tour Dates: 1 March to 31 October
Tour Grade: Moderate to Difficult
Accommodation: Guesthouse (en suite)
Following your arrival into Galacia, you travel by public transport to Sarria, your starting point on the Way.
Following breakfast in Sarria, your first day on the Camino Way takes you to the banks of the River Miño and the walled town of Portomarín. The church fortress of San Nicolás, Portomarín also contains the church of San Pedro and the Pazos of Conde da Maza.
Walking Distance: 21.5 km / 13.4 miles, Approximate walking time: 5 / 6 hours
Starting out after breakfast, you will rise from the riverbank on your journey to Palas de Rei, a bustling town with strong artistic heritage and home of the church of San Tirso.
Walking Distance: 25 Km / 15.5 miles, Approximate walking time: 6 / 7 hours
Leaving Palas de Rei after breakfast, your day on the Camino Way Pilgrimage moves you forward to the town of Arzúa passing the Rio Seco River and the busy hub town of Melide.
Walking Distance: 28 km / 17.4 miles, Approximate walking time: 6 / 7 hours
Following breakfast in Arzúa, you will depart for your final overnight before Santiago in O Pedrouzo. Home of the distinctive Chapel of Santa Irene.
Walking Distance: 20 Km / 12.4 miles, Approximate walking time: 4 / 5 hours
Departing O Pedrouzo, you are now on your last day of pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. When passing Monte del Gozo you will have your first glimpse of Santiago and in its centre, the magnificent Praza do Obradoiro Santiago de Compostela.
Walking Distance: 20 km / 12.4 miles, Approximate walking time: 4 / 5 hours
Our services end with breakfast but don't forget to visit the Pilgrim Office to collect your Compostela!