Get 10% off your 2016 Camino adventure

French-Way-o-cebreiro-caminoways.comFancy taking on the Camino de Santiago next year? Book now and get a whopping 10% off with CaminoWays.com, the walking and cycling holiday specialists.

We have a fantastic early bird offer for those who want to discover the spectacular scenery, delicious cuisine and fascinating history of the Camino in 2016.

The CaminoWays.com travel experts can offer you advice and ensure that you choose the best route to suit your needs. Whether you want to walk or cycle, take on the famous French Way or a lesser known trail, the Camino is guaranteed to be an unforgettable journey, packed full of history and special moments.

If you need a little inspiration, why not consider one of these 2016 Camino ideas?

The Classic Camino

The French Way or Camino Francés is the most popular Camino route, famously depicted in Martin Sheen’s movie ‘The Way’ and many best-selling books, such as Peter Murtagh’s ‘Buen Camino’ and Paulo Coelho’s ‘The Pilgrimage’. Discover interesting medieval towns and rugged mountains on this 800-km way from the Pyrenees to Galicia. However if you don’t have a full month to travel, you can start at any point along the trail. For instance, most walkers begin their trek in the town of Sarria to walk the last 100km of this famous trail and get their ‘Compostela’ certificate. Cyclists or ‘bicigrinos’ must start at least in Ponferrada.

Price starts from only €517pps for 6 nights from Sarria to Santiago (includes 10% discount).

Many pilgrims also choose to continue their Camino on to Cape Fisterra, on the Atlantic Coast, taking the Finisterre Way.

portugueseway-caminoways-portoThe Portuguese Camino

Walk from historic Porto to Santiago in just two weeks and take in picturesque towns as you go. If you only have one week you can start in the border town of Tui instead. Explore Tui’s exquisite old town and visit the hilltop cathedral before setting off on your adventure. This relaxed route passes through lush forests, vineyards and terraced fields – perfect for nature lovers. You can also choose to take the less known Portuguese coastal route, perfect for summer.

Price starts from only €690pps for 7 nights from Tui to Santiago (includes 10% discount).

The Irish Connection

Take the English Way from Ferrol to Santiago as many Irish pilgrims did since medieval times. Highlights on the trip include going for a refreshing swim at A Magdalena beach, admiring the classic seafront balconies of lovely Pontedeume and exploring the Romanesque churches in Betanzos. If you’re travelling in Spring make sure you catch the vibrant processions that take place in Ferrol for Holy Week, Easter time.

pontedeume-camino-ingles-caminowaysPrice starts from only €601pps for 6 nights from Ferrol to Santiago (includes 10% discount).

This 10% EARLY BIRD OFFER also applies to other Greenlife Tours, including the Via Francigena or Camino to Rome with FrancigenaWays.com and walking and cycling in Ireland with IrelandWays.com.

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

Special: Receive 10% off Camino trips for 2016. Offers 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 and lunch.

For more information about the Camino de Santiago routes, or to book your 2016 Camino and avail of this special offer, contact our travel specialists

Comments

  1. by Maria

    Thanks Brianne, I’ll get the Customer Care to email you some ideas today. Kind regards.

  2. by Brianne

    2 weeks Porto to Santiago in April, self guided OR 21/2 weeks starting in st Jean in France same time w a follwup completion next year???? Thanks

  3. by Maria

    Hi Libby, that would be no problem at all. I’ll get the Customer Care team to get in touch with a few suggestions, the bigger cities always offer interesting sights, things to do, etc… such as Burgos, Leon, etc…

  4. by Libby

    I am ‘nearly’ ready to make my booking for next year … BUT … would really appreciate your advice. I am considering taking one day of rest during my French Way and not sure what day is the best! It is important that I have a ‘nice’ place to stay, preferably with a bath, and an interesting village/city to stay in. What would be your advice on where to stay an extra night? Cheers, Libby

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