Early Bird Offer: 10% Off Your Camino 2019

Book before December 31st 2018 and get 10% off.

THIS OFFER HAS EXPIRED

Our early bird offer gives all pilgrims the opportunity to get 10% off their Camino adventure.  The time to start planning the trip of a lifetime is now.

The Camino de Santiago is the journey for the soul. Each year thousands of pilgrims make their way across Europe and beyond to converge in Santiago de Compostela. With so many routes to chose from, you can ‘do’ the Camino however you like. Start planning now and tailor your itinerary with an extra 10% off.

Top Camino Routes 2019

CAMINO FRANCES: THE CLASSIC CAMINO
The Camino Frances or French Way is by far the most famous of the Camino routes, featuring in movies such as Martin Sheen’s The Way, as well as countless Camino books. You can walk just over 100km from Sarria to Santiago on this route and get your Compostela. This is a social Camino experience, perfect for first-timers.
Details: Camino Frances Last 100km 

PORTUGUESE COASTAL CAMINO
The Portuguese Coastal Camino is a perfect Summer Camino route, as the seaside towns along the trail come alive in the Summer months. This is beautiful Camino will reward you with peaceful trails and wonderful coastal landscapes. Walking the whole Camino from Porto will take you a couple of weeks but you can also walk the last section from Baiona (Galicia) in just a week.
Details: Portuguese Coastal Camino 

CAMINO DEL NORTE: BASQUE COUNTRY
The Camino del Norte will introduce you to the delights of the Basque Country. Walking from Sebastian to Bilbao, the country landscapes are stunning. Sample the famous culture and museums of Bilbao. Along the way, you will stop in seaside towns full of Northern charm, and excellent regional delicacies.
Details: Camino del Norte: Basque Country

FINISTERRE CAMINO: TO THE END OF THE WORLD 
The Finisterre Camino is a superb route, ideal if you have already done part of the Camino. Cape Fisterra is actually the very end of the Camino trail, and near the lighthouse, you will find the KM0 milestone. Finisterre means ‘Land’s End’ and it was believed to be the very edge of the known world. It is the only Camino route that starts in Santiago so you will get to explore the city before you set off.
Details: Finisterre Camino

CYCLING THE CAMINO 
Did you know you can also cycle The Camino? You will need to complete 200km on a bike to achieve your Compostela. Experience the French way on two wheels and cycle through lush Galician countryside and visit quaint hamlets and villages on your way to the wonderful city of Santiago de Compostela.
Details: Cycling The French Way Last 200km

When and Price: Camino self-guided tours are available all year round. Contact the CaminoWays.com travel specialists for advice on specific routes.

Special: Book your Camino trip now for 2019 and get 10% OFF. *Offer cannot be combined with other discounts. Offer available until 31st December 2018.

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. Superior Collection available on selected Camino routes.

Does not include: flights, insurance, lunch.

Our Early Bird is only available until the end of December so make sure you don’t miss out, contact the CaminoWays.com travel specialists today and enter the code: earlybird10 to get 10% OFF your Camino trip info@caminoways.com.

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Comments

  1. By Brenda Albertz

    I’m also interested in walking the entire Camino Francés in April through ? I am interested in the more gentler way, so I plan on it taking a bit longer. Could you send me details please?
    Brenda

  2. By Maria

    Dear Fiona, that’s fantastic. Thank you so much for getting in touch. We will email you details as soon as possible.

  3. By Fiona Margolis

    I’m interested in doing the whole of the Camino Francés in April – May 2019.
    Could you send me more details, please.
    Fiona Margolis

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