Walk the Camino de Santiago

8 days,Lugo to Santiago de Compostela

Complete the last 100km of the pilgrim's trail and complete your "compostela", walk through small villages and towns, enjoy hearty and well-cooked Spanish food, walk into the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela.

If you’re looking to conduct your own pilgrimage – along a route filled with the beautiful countryside and rustic villages of Northern Spain – start here, at the Camino de Santiago. On this eight-day trip, complete the last 100km of the pilgrimage route to Santiago and receive a "compostela" certificate at the finish to prove your accomplishment. Refuel with tasty Spanish food and take the time to stop and smell the flowers – it’s active but at a slower, more picturesque pace.

What's Included

  • Trekking along the pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostela (5 days)
  • Transport between destinations and to/from included activities
  • 7 breakfasts (Allow EUR300-400 for meals not included.)
  • Walking, private bus.
  • Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout
  • Small group experience; Max 16, Avg 10
  • Hotels (7 nts).


Day 1Lugo

Arrive at any time.

Day 2Lugo/Portomarín(1B)

Hike from Sarria to Portomarín throughout the course of the day.

Day 3Portomarín/Palas de Rei(1B)

Early start from Portomarin, continue walking through fantastic scenery with a rich history en route to Palas de Ray.

Day 4Palas de Rei/Melide(1B)

Continue the pilgrimage westwards, walking through the lush green valleys of Galicia.

Day 5Melide/Arzúa(1B)

Follow the Camino from Melide to the village of Ribadiso and finally the town of Arzúa.

Day 6Arzúa/Amenal(1B)

The Camino walk will pass through pretty woods, sleepy villages and across streams most of the day.

Day 7Amenal/Santiago de Compostela(1B)

Enjoy a final day of walking through spectacular scenery towards the final destination.

Day 8Santiago de Compostela(1B)

Depart at any time.

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