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All our Camino de Santiago walking routes ensure you walk the final 100 kilometres and thus qualify for the official Pilgrim’s certificate upon reaching the magnificent cathedral in Santiago.
The terrain is varied but not extreme, walking through rolling hills following country lanes, old bridle paths and forest trails. You’ll pass medieval villages, Romanesque churches, wild Atlantic coastline and fishing towns.
Walks Worldwide offers a choice of Camino de Santiago routes: The French Way encompasses the most popular route to Santiago from Sarria and The Coastal Way is a stunning alternative route following the Atlantic Coast from Baiona.
All of our routes involve moderate to demanding walks and are therefore suitable for a fit, experienced walker.
You will stay in characterful two star and three star hotels along your route or enjoy higher standard accommodation in rural settings on our In Style trip, including a night in a five star parador.
Spring, early summer and early autumn are the best times to visit in terms of the weather. June and September are strongly recommended as it’s not too hot and the caminos are quieter.