It’s that time of the year when we dream of all the places we will go and start planning our New Year adventures… To get you inspired we have released our new ebook featuring 20 amazing trails for your walking bucket list in 2020, including some all-time favourites, as well as a few new and exciting destinations. Whether you are looking for your next Camino or plan to discover off the beaten routes, we have wonderful walking destinations for you. Here are some of the trails you should be adding to your walking bucket list in 2020:
CAMINO ESPIRITUAL WALK & BOAT
The Camino Espiritual or Sea of Arousa Camino takes pilgrims through beautiful coastal landscapes, villages and ancient monasteries from charming Pontevedra to Padrón in the Rías Baixas of Galicia, following an alternative route to the classic Camino Portugués. This fascinating Camino route, also known as Translatio, follows the trail taken by the body of St James on its way to Santiago and as well as walking, you will crossing Arousa Bay by boat.
A 8-night self guided walking tour on the Camino Espiritual including accommodation, breakfast, luggage transfers, boat across the bay, 4 dinners and holiday pack with practical information and pilgrim passport starts at €827 per person sharing; €745 with our Early Bird travel special.
More details: Camino Espiritual.
LE PUY CAMINO
It takes a month to complete the full route from Le Puy en Velay to St Jean Pied de Port, where pilgrims can join the Camino Francés and continue on to Santiago de Compostela (only another 700kms to go!) but you can walk a section in France over a few days. We highly recommend the section from Le Puy en Velay to Conques, taking in the rugged landscapes of the Aubrac Plateau and the picturesque vilalges along the Lot Valley before reaching magical Conques.
A 10-night self guided walking tour on the Le Puy Camino from Le Puy en Velay to Conques including accommodation, breakfast, luggage transfers, 7 dinners and holiday pack with practical information and pilgrim passport starts at €1107 per person sharing; €997 with our Early Bird travel special.
More details: Le Puy Camino.
PILGRIM IN TUSCANY
Walking from the hilltop town of San Miniato to stunning Siena you will be following in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims who took the Via Francigena trail on their way to Rome. This epic route starts in Canterbury and crosses most of Europe but if you only have one week, we recommend this easy stretch across Tuscany, one of the most beautiful and historic areas of the full trail. Along the way, you will admire the ancient towers of San Gimignano and the atmospheric walled village of Monteriggioni; as well as the postcard views of the Tuscan rolling countryside.
A 6-night self guided walking tour on the Via Francigena from San Miniato including accommodation, breakfast, luggage transfers, 4 dinners and holiday pack with practical information and pilgrim passport starts at €730 per person sharing; €657 with our Early Bird travel special.
More details: Via Francigena in Tuscany
The Canary Islands are a fantastic walking destination all year round but particularly in the winter months. Our newly launched website CanariaWays.com features some wonderful hiking trails in the islands and one of the most popular is the Volcanic Landscapes of Tenerife, which is suitable for walkers of all levels and includes walking trails in Mount Teide National Park, Santiago del Teide and the coastal trails near the pretty coastal town of Garachico.
A 7-night self guided walking tour in Tenerife including accommodation, breakfast, luggage tranfers, transfers to the airport and trails as required, 3 dinners and holiday pack with practical information starts at €1040 per person sharing; €936 with our Early Bird travel special.
More details: Volcanic Landscapes of Tenerife.
The Kerry Camino beautiful walking trail in the Dingle Peninsula has historic links to the Camino de Santiago, since many Irish pilgrims used to take the boat to Northern Spain from Dingle Harbour. This trail from Tralee to Dingle has been lovingly managed and looked after by local volunteers: there is a pilgrim passport for the trail, you can stamp it along the route and get a certificate in St James Church in Dingle. In addition, showing your Kerry Camino certificate at St James Church Dublin you will be able to receive your ‘Irish Compostela’ and travel to Galicia to continue your Camino trip from A Coruña along what is called the Celtic Camino.
A 4-night self guided walking tour on the Kerry Camino including accommodation, breakfast, luggage transfers and holiday pack with practical information including pilgrim passport starts at €410 per person sharing; €369 with our Early Bird travel special.
More details: Kerry Camino.
Book your trip now to enjoy 10% OFF with our Early Bird discount using code EARLYBIRD20 before the end of December 2019.**Terms and conditions apply.
Find more inspiration, download our 20 amazing trails for 2020 guide here: AMAZING TRAILS 2020.
**Discounts can’t be combined and are applicable to new bookings only.
To request a quote or to book your walking bucket list trip, contact the CaminoWays.com travel experts