Camino Frances Family Cycling on the Camino Frances

Activity :
Walking or Cycling
Duration :
7 Nights
Distance :
114 km
Difficulty :
Medium
Tour Type :
Self-Guided
Time To Go :
Year Round
Price :
Starting from 801€ per person
Reviews :
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Aurelie
Specialist: Aurelie
Aurelie originally comes from the south of France but her passion for travels brought her to Ireland for the first time in 2006. She loves to hike and connect with nature and ha...
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Bridget, United Kingdom - May
"Excellent service form start to finish could not fault it and we all had an amazing experience and will use Camino ways again for our next trip. Which we are already starting to plan!!!"
Elmarie, South Africa - March
"I made use of Camino Ways for organizing at least four hikes or parts of the Camino de Santiago that I have completed during the past few years. All of the arrangements were done excellently and nothing unexpected happened. It really contributed to me having the best time of my life."
Jim, United Kingdom - May
Jim, UK - Camino Frances from Sarria "We did it ... now I want to do it all again. From the first contact I made with Camino Ways I felt that I was dealing with a company that knew how to organise in an effective and efficient way. Replies to email were prompt and the service always very friendly. The instructions were always very clear and nothing was too much to ask. The Camino itself was enhanced by the organisation of Camino Ways. All accommodation was first class and the transfers to hotels etc. were fantastic. We really enjoyed the variety of places to stay and felt safe and cared for all the time. Well done ... I am already thinking about next years Camino ... that is when I stop remembering this one. Thank You Camino Ways"
Yuko, Canada - October
We had a memorable Camino walk for our 30th wedding anniversay, together with 2 other couples. We started in Sarria and walked for 6 days. CaminoWays planned the walk for us and everything went smoothly. Our suitcases were always waiting for us at our destination. They recommended an upgrade to the Parador at Santiago, and though it inflated the cost of our package, it was worth every Euro! And I would use CaminoWays.com again without any hesitation.
Activity:
Walking or Cycling
Duration:
7 Nights
Distance:
114 km
Difficulty:
Medium
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
Year Round
Price:
Starting from 801€ per person
Rating:

Family Cycling on the Camino Frances

The Family Cycling on the Camino Frances package is the perfect cycling holiday for your family.

The Camino Frances is the most popular Camino de Santiago route. On this route will you cycle to Santiago from Sarria, which is the most popular starting point on the Camino. This family package is perfect if you are looking to cycle the Camino at a leisurely pace. To make the most of it, we recommend cycling in the morning and spending the rest of the day at leisure. With the perfect combination of nature and culture, this itinerary will suit all your family’s needs and wants.

As one of the favourite Camino routes among pilgrims, the Camino Frances (French Way) offers all the services for a family trip. You will cycle your way to Santiago through the lush countryside and charming villages. En route, you will have plenty of opportunities to stop for delicious food and refreshing breaks.

Cycling the last 100km is a great experience for the little ones too. After a day on the trail, they will have time for some fun! Parks, museums or just some playtime at your accommodation, there is always something to do!

We have selected family-friendly accommodation so everyone can relax after a fun cycling day. All our partners have long been established and have a wealth of knowledge to share about the local area. Each night, you and your family will receive a warm welcome, as your package includes a combination of rural hotels and family-run businesses. On your last night, you will stay in a central hotel in Santiago.

Finally, on day six of your adventure, you will arrive in Santiago. Visiting this beautiful city is the perfect conclusion to your Camino experience and we strongly recommend staying an extra night. Whether you are a foodie or a history buff, Santiago de Compostela has something for everyone. Buen Camino!

Aurelie
Specialist: Aurelie
Aurelie originally comes from the south of France but her passion for travels brought her to Ireland for the first time in 2006. She loves to hike and connect with nature and ha...
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