Camino Special: 10% Off

Get the New Year off to a great start with 10% off your Camino adventure for 2017! Completing a pilgrimage like this is a truly exciting and fulfilling experience. After experiencing the magic of the Camino, many people vow to never go on any other type of trip again! But hurry this special offer is only valid until the 31st of December!

Let Caminoways.com look after your baggage and your bed for the night, leaving you free to let your feet guide you. We provide walking notes and maps with all the information you need for your walk with a 24 hour support number should you require any assistance. We want to provide relaxation in its purest form, let us look after the organisation business for the ultimate carefree Camino experience.

We want your head to be free to take in all of the beautiful sights and sounds that the Camino has to offer. Whether it’s tucking into the perfect tortilla, rambling through rolling countryside or marveling at medieval architecture. For the ultimate freedom of body and mind, look no further than the Camino de Santiago for 2017, here are our top picks for the Camino in the New Year:

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The revered French way is the most famous of the Camino routes. This well-worn track begins in the French town of St Jean Pied de Port and crosses the Alps into Spain, visiting sleepy villages and rolling countryside on the way to Santiago de Compostela where all Camino routes converge.

Prices for walking the French Way Sarria to Santiago start from only 517 pps (per person sharing) for 6 nights. (10% discount applied)

beach-vigo-portuguese-coastal-way-Camino-caminowaysThe Portuguese Coastal

The perfect alternative to the famous French way, setting off from atmospheric Porto, clinging to Portugal’s rugged coast 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 100km
Prices for walking the Portuguese Coastal Way from Baiona to Santiago start from only 702 pps for 7 nights (10% discount applied).

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Go to the end of the earth this new year on the Finisterre way, the only route that takes you further than Santiago! Taking pilgrims from Santiago de Compostela to wondrous Muxia, perched perilously at lands edge for the Camino route with a difference.

Prices for walking the Finisterre Way from Santiago to Finisterre start from only 600 pps for 7 nights (10% discount applied).

When and Price:

Camino self-guided tours are available all year round. Contact the CaminoWays.com travel specialists for specific routes.

Special: Book your Camino trip now for 2017 and receive 10% off.

*Offer applies to self-guided Camino tours. Discount is applied to package base price.

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 if you’d like to cycle the Camino.

Does not include: flights, insurance, lunch

Offer also applied to all trips booked with FrancigenaWays.com and IrelandWays.com.
For more information on any of the Camino de Santiago routes contact our travel specialists

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Comments

  1. by Blanca Black

    Se puede transporter la gente en bicibleta?!mandame mensaje 9499293011

  2. by Maria

    Dear Ashna, we provide luggage transfer only as part of our packages (including accommodation). Let us know if you would like to receive a quote. Kind regards.

  3. by Ashna Maharaj

    I am walking Camino Frances looking for baggage transfer – every two weeks till Santiago – so three transfers along the way from St Jean Pied de Port

  4. by Maria

    That’s fantastic, Mark. Our Customer Care team will send you some details by email shortly. Kindest regards.

  5. by Mark Lively

    Good morning:
    I’m interested in all or part of the Camino starting in St Jean Pied de Port, ending in Santiago. Can you please advise what the timeframe and cost would be? I’m thinking of starting sometime around 15 September 2017. Thanks,