Get €50 Off your Summer Camino
This offer is now closed – Has the Camino de Santiago been on your bucket list for some time? Have you been itching for a summer Camino adventure? From the lovely weather to the blissful sunshine, the summer is a wonderful time of the year for new experiences. €50 Off your Summer Camino.
To help you embrace that summer sun, we offer a €50 discount on all new bookings made for this summer. This offer applies to all of our Camino de Santiago routes.
To avail of the offer, simply use the code CAMINOSUMER23 on checkout.
The summer is the perfect time to experience all the Camino de Santiago has to offer. The weather is beautiful, especially on the coastal routes, and there is an exhilarating atmosphere about the place.
Make sure to check out our special Camino Planner to help you plan your perfect trip!
To help inspire your Camino, we’ve put together 5 different week-long Camino trip ideas to help fuel your inspiration:
Camino Frances, last 100km From Sarria – The Most Popular
The Camino Frances, also known as the French Way, is a popular pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. The section from Sarria to Santiago is a particularly well-travelled portion of the route, covering around 115 kilometres.
This section of the Camino Frances is known for its stunning natural beauty, picturesque villages, and rich cultural and historical significance. Pilgrims on this route can enjoy breathtaking views of the Galician countryside, as well as visiting historical landmarks like the Cistercian monastery of San Xusto de Toxibó, the Romanesque church of Santa María in Portomarín, and the Baroque-style Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
In addition to its beauty and history, the French Way offers a unique opportunity for personal reflection and spiritual growth as pilgrims worldwide walk together in search of meaning and purpose. Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a first-time pilgrim, the Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago will surely leave a lasting impression.
Book this route: Camino Frances Last 100km From Sarria to Santiago
Camino Portugues, last 100km From Vigo – Stroll along the coast
The Camino Portugues Coastal Route from Vigo to Santiago is a breathtakingly beautiful 100km trail through the landscapes of Galicia in northwest Spain. The route is famous for its idyllic coastline, picturesque fishing villages, and charming countryside.
Starting from the historic city of Vigo, pilgrims on the Camino Portugues Coastal Route will experience the rugged and wild Atlantic coast of Galicia, with its dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches, and secluded coves. Along the way, you can visit charming villages such as the fishing town of Redondela and the historic city of Pontevedra, with its stunning Romanesque architecture.
As the trail approaches Santiago de Compostela, pilgrims will pass through beautiful forests and rolling hills, where they can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Finally, the journey culminates in the magnificent city of Santiago, with its magnificent cathedral and historic old town, where pilgrims can reflect on their journey and pay tribute to the Apostle Saint James.
The Camino Portugues Coastal Route from Vigo to Santiago is a unique and unforgettable experience, offering pilgrims a chance to connect with nature, history, and spirituality in one of the most beautiful regions of Spain.
Book this route: Camino Portugues Last 100km From Vigo to Santiago
Camino Finisterre, in 1 week – Walk to the End of the World
The Camino Finisterre, once believed to lead to the End of the World, is a 90km route that takes pilgrims from Santiago de Compostela to the coastal towns of Finisterre and Muxia. This route is an extension of the traditional routes finishing in Santiago and allows pilgrims to continue their journey all the way to the westernmost point of continental Europe.
The trail winds through rugged and stunning Galician landscapes, including dense forests, and stunning beaches. Along the way, pilgrims can visit charming rural villages, historical sites, and religious shrines.
The town of Finisterre is a particularly significant destination for pilgrims, as it was once believed to be the end of the world by the ancient Romans. Today, it is a bustling fishing village where pilgrims can enjoy fresh seafood and witness the stunning sunset over the Atlantic Ocean.
Muxia, another coastal town on the route, is famous for its beautiful coastline, rugged cliffs, and religious significance. It is said to be the site where the Virgin Mary appeared to St. James, adding an additional layer of spiritual significance to the journey.
The Camino Finisterre from Santiago to Muxia is a unique and unforgettable experience that offers pilgrims a chance to continue their spiritual journey and connect with the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Galicia.
Book this route: Camino Finisterre in one week
Camino Norte from Bilbao in 1 week – The foodie Camino
The Camino del Norte, also known as the Northern Way, is pilgrimage route that runs along the northern coast of Spain, starting in the city of Bilbao and ending in Santander. This route is renowned for its stunning coastal scenery, with picturesque beaches, rugged cliffs, and breathtaking ocean views.
The trail takes pilgrims through charming fishing villages, medieval towns, and historic landmarks, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Gothic Cathedral of Santa María in Santander, and the pre-Romanesque Church of San Pedro de la Rúa in the town of Estella.
Walking the Camino del Norte from Bilbao to Santander is a challenging but rewarding experience that offers pilgrims a chance to experience the unique culture and cuisine of the Basque Country and Cantabria regions, famous for their distinctive language, music, and cuisine.
Book this route: Camino del Norte from Bilbao to Santander
Via Francigena in 1 week – Last 100km from Viterbo to Rome
The Via Francigena is a historic pilgrimage route that connects Canterbury in England to Rome in Italy, passing through France and Switzerland along the way. The section of the route from Viterbo to Rome covers approximately 100km and is filled with fascinating history, stunning architecture, and breathtaking landscapes.
The route’s highlight is Rome, the eternal city with its iconic landmarks, such as the Colosseum, the Vatican, and the Pantheon. Pilgrims can visit the Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli, which houses Michelangelo’s statue of Moses, and the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, one of the world’s oldest and most important churches.
The Via Francigena from Viterbo to Rome is an incredible journey that offers pilgrims a chance to explore Italy’s rich cultural and historical heritage. €50 Off your Summer Camino
Book this route: Via Francigena from Viterbo to Rome
You can read our dedicated summer on the Camino post, Why Summer Is A Great Time To Explore The Camino.
Summer Camino Discount Terms & Conditions – €50 Off your Summer Camino
To avail of this offer, you must book before May 31st and travel before October 31st, 2023. While we have many different types of discounts running throughout the year, you can only use one discount per booking. This offer is subject to our standard Terms & Conditions.
For some travel inspiration, check out our Camino blog, which has many articles about all the main routes, food inspiration and fitness tips. If you’ve any questions about booking a trip, our routes, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact us.