16 pictures that will make you want to walk the Camino de Santiago

From misty mornings in the Pyrenees to peaceful hamlets and ocean views at the end of the world … these pictures will make you want to put your walking shoes on and walk the Camino de Santiago. Let’s go!
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Misty morning in the Pyrenees, Camino Frances.pilgrims-san-xiao-walk-the-camino-de-santiago-caminoways

Horreo in San Xiao do Camiño, Camino Frances.

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Sunrise in Baiona, Portuguese Coastal Camino.

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Looking out to the Cies Islands, near Nigran, Portuguese Coastal Camino.

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Puerta del Perdon in Villafranca del Bierzo, Camino Frances.

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Roman bridge in the village of Molinaseca, Camino Frances.

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Pulpo, Galician style, in Melide, Camino Frances.

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Forest tracks on the Camino del Norte.

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Templars Castle in Ponferrada, Camino Frances.

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Farmland in the Basque Country, Camino del Norte.

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Evening stroll in Santiago de Compostela Old Town.

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Friends who Camino together…

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Santiago almond cake.

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Sunset on the Atlantic coast of Portugal, Portuguese Coastal Way.

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Fairytale Conques, Le Puy Camino, France.

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Time to reflect at the end of the world, Camino de Fisterra.

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Comments

  1. By Maria

    Hi Bob

    Thank you so much for getting in touch. If you require a guide, we would recommend joining our new guided tour from Porto on the scenic Coastal Camino trail? https://caminoways.com/ways/portuguese-coastal-way-caminho-da-costa/portuguese-coastal-from-porto-guided.

    Alternatively, our self-guided packages are very flexible and, as standard, they include accommodation in nice inns and hotels and luggage transfers to the following stop. In addition, airport transfers can also be organised. Our sales team will be in touch with a few suggestions: https://caminoways.com/ways/portuguese-coastal-way-caminho-da-costa/portuguese-coastal-way-full-walk

    Kindest regards

  2. By Bob Brink

    My wife (58) and I (64) and another married couple (59 & 56) are considering walking part of the Portuguese “Camino” next July. We would fly to Lisbon from the U.S. and then spend two or three a days exploring Lisbon before setting off on a 7-day walk on “The Camino.” We have no fixed idea of where to start or end our Camino walk. We know only that we want to walk 12-15 km per day and then relax, drink wine, eat good food, and enjoy one another’s company. We would want to stay in nice B&Bs or small inns or small hotels every night (we would need two rooms, each with a king or queen bed). We aren’t interested in 5-Star accommodations… but neither would we wish to find ourselves in 1- or 2-Star places. We want to be comfortable. Really, this is a “once every five year vacation together” and we won’t even want to carry anything but water and light snacks as we walk, i.e. we would want our luggage to be transported to the next night’s stop by someone else who would then meet us along the way and walk with us and help us gain a better understanding of the country of understand Portugal and “The Way.” My wife is half Portuguese – her ancestors are from The Azores (San Miguel). The four of us spent a week there a few years ago and loved every minute. What ideas do you have about our proposed trip to Portugal? Thanks! —Bob

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