How to follow the path?

camino-santiago-discounts-300x200If you prefer to travel the Camino de Santiago independently, you have the option to make up your own group without the help of the guide. Most of our Camino holidays are self-guided, and can depart year-round at any date. On those holidays, you will receive a ‘Holiday Pack’ containing navigation material including walking notes (or guide book), and map(s). Please note that the trails that we use are very well market and sign posted. For example the Camino de Santiago has a scallop shell and an arrow virtually everywhere along the way, particularly along the French Way. Moreover, these regions are inhabited so you will have the chance to talk to people and ask for direction.

 

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  1. by Maria

    Hi Pablo, it is 90km if you want to reach Fisterra and the Cape or 120km if you want to continue along the coast from Fisterra to Muxía. Here’s some information on the route: http://caminoways.com/ways/finisterre-way-camino-fisterra/camino-finisterre-way. Kind regards

  2. by Pablo Garbiso

    I want to continue to the coast from Santiago. How far is it and are there places to stay?

  3. by Pablo Garbiso

    I want to continue to the coast from Santiago. How far is it and are there places to stay?

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