The Camino Catalán Camino Catalán

Activity:
Walking or Cycling
Duration:
Up to 19 Nights
Distance:
459 km
Difficulty:
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
April to October
Ruben
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Ruben was born and raised in Barcelona, so he is naturally a Barcelona football team follower since he was a child. He likes going hiking with his wife to enjoy nature. They cal...
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Caroline, Canada - 2017
Very cheesy headline I know but it is true; I have been waiting to do el Camino for years. Camino Ways delivered everything they promised and was very well organized, All the hotel checkins were smooth, I was always expected and I loved their choices as well: charming hotels that reflected the countryside and character of the provinces. I did my pilgrimage by bike; this is the 2nd part of the trip I would like to thank Camino Ways for--it too was as promised and my high quality mountain bike sturdy steed did 800km (not counting getting lost but that was hardly the bike's fault) with only 1 flat tire. I chose the option to have my luggage transported daily and of course this went off without a hitch as well. I had a couple of glitches of my own devising (forgot documents at previous locale, unable to access Internet to pay bills etc and the 24/7 help line fixed me up quickly. Go Camino Ways!! 26 October 2017
Caroline, Ireland - 2017
Great for exercise, sun and culture. Camino ways do everything - all you have to do is book your flights and turn up at the airport! 8 November 2017
Activity:
Walking or Cycling
Duration:
Up to 19 Nights
Distance:
459 km
Difficulty:
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
April to October

The Camino Catalán, Camí de Sant Jaume in Catalan, is the Camino de Santiago route taking pilgrims from the Mediterranean coast in Catalonia to La Rioja, where pilgrims can join the famous Camino Frances (French Way) to continue their journey to Santiago de Compostela.

Divided in four stages over 18 nights, the Camino Catalán starts in the magical city of Barcelona before heading West across Catalonia’s countryside towards Aragón and finishes in Logroño, capital of the famous La Rioja wine region.

Walking the Camino Catalán, you will visit Montserrat Natural Park considered Catalonia’s ‘Holy Mountain’, Zaragoza city with its splendid architecture and the vineyards of La Rioja.

The Way of Sant Jaume was declared First European Cultural Itinerary in 1987 and Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO in 1993.

Select ‘Get a Quote’ to create your trip. You can walk or cycle.

Ruben
Specialist: Ruben
Ruben was born and raised in Barcelona, so he is naturally a Barcelona football team follower since he was a child. He likes going hiking with his wife to enjoy nature. They cal...
More by Ruben