Amazing Camino Routes for 2017

Make 2017 your year to complete the mighty Camino de Santiago. With so many different Camino routes to choose from, picking one is the hardest part! Sip Sangria in Sevilla, marvel at Medieval architecture in Léon or rove your way through the rolling hills of Northern Spain. Whatever route you decide to take, walking the Camino de Santiago is sure to be an experience to remember.

The Full

Walking the full French way is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The iconic track begins in the atmospheric French town of St Jean Pied de Port and crosses the Pyrenees into Spain, visiting sleepy villages and rolling countryside on the way to Santiago de Compostela where all Camino routes converge.

Prices start at €3695 pps for 35 nights half board accommodation

The Coastal CaminoPorto-portuguese-camino-de-santiago-caminoways

This stunning coastal route is a great alternative to the popular French Way. The route sets off from the cobblestoned streets of Porto, clinging to the coast of Portugal for a portion before heading inland on the way to get your Pilgrim passport stamped at Santiago de Compostela. This relatively short route can be completed in two weeks if starting in Porto, or just one week from beautiful Baiona to cover the last 128km

Prices start at €760 pps for 7 nights half board accommodation walking

cathedrals-beach-ribadeo-northern-way-camino-de-santiago-caminowaysThe Northern Way

Ramble through rolling green countryside, windswept beaches and secluded alcoves for a Camino experience that uncovers the best of Northern Spain, topped off with some of the best pinchos the Iberian peninsula has to offer. The Northern Way walking from Bilbao to Santander is not to be missed.

Prices start at: €644 pps for 6 nights half board accommodation

Sarria to SantiagoCamino-hiking-boots-camino-de-santiago

For walkers that are tight on time but still want to have a taste of what the Camino has to offer, the final part of the French Way is the perfect option. To receive the Compostela certificate, pilgrims must walk a minimum of 100km, the section from Sarria to Santiago covers 111km.

Prices start at €560 for 6 nights half board accommodation

Includes: standard packages include half-board accommodation in selected properties, luggage transfers and holiday pack with walking notes, maps and practical information.

Also available: Hotel upgrades are available in selected towns and cities, airport transfers, bike rental

Does not include: flights, insurance, lunch

For more details about the Camino de Santiago routes or to request a quote contact the travel specialists


  1. By Aoife

    Hi Julia,

    There is a lot of information about the various options for travelling the Camino online. What we offer is half-board accommodation in clean, comfortable hotels with luggage transfers, 24 hour emergency service, walking notes and maps. To read more about the Portuguese Coastal Way you can visit: or if you have any other questions feel free to contact us at

    Kind regards

  2. By Aoife

    Hi Jennifer,

    Delighted to hear that you are planning a trip on the Camino! I will send your request onto our sales team and they will be in touch with you very shortly. In the meantime if you have anything else that we can help you with please let us know!

    Warm regards and Buen Camino!

  3. By Aoife

    Hi Lyn,
    Great to hear that you are planning a trip on the Camino! If there is anything else at all we can help you with do let us know!

    Buen Camino!

  4. By Lyn

    Hi Aoife,
    I just sent requests for 2 trips. I am excite to complete this trip this year!

  5. By Julia

    Hi Aoife
    We are wanting to do the Portugese Way, maybe the last two legs as described by your website. We would like as much as possible to be hard core pilgrims and not spend too much money. Can you suggest cheaper ways, is there another website. We are thinking mid to late August 2017. regards Julia

  6. Hello! Can I please get a quote for a guided tour leaving anytime after September 17,2017 for just myself please? The standard guided tour of the French way. Thank you

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