Camino Guided Tours are a very popular option for those who want to meet new people and learn local history while on holiday. From day one, our Certified Guide will lead the way, look after you, converse with locals and share personal stories that you wouldn’t hear anywhere else. They add a whole new dimension to your journey.
Walking as part of a group is a wonderful bonding experience, allowing you to share the sense of achievement that comes with walking the Camino and also create special memories together.
Most Popular: Experience the last 100km of the famous Camino Frances. The route begins in Sarria and finishes in Santiago de Compostela, traversing the hilly landscapes of Galicia. Reward your efforts in Santiago de Compostela, the heart and hub of all pilgrimages on the Way of St James.
For those who are short on time, but still want to experience the beauty of the Camino, you can walk from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela in 5 days. You will still receive your certificate of completion, or Compostela. Take an extra day or 2 to experience Santiago at the end.
The final stage of the famous Camino Frances (or French Way) is the most popular Camino package. It traverses the beautiful hilly landscapes of Galicia. Reward your efforts in Santiago de Compostela, the heart and hub of all pilgrimages on the Way of St James.
This second section of Camino Portuguese Coastal Route takes you along the coast around to the Vigo estuary. You will get the opportunity to stay in the beautiful coastal cities of Baiona and Vigo before re-joining the traditional Camino Portuguese from Redondela to Santiago de Compostela. This region is known for its seafood, in particular, its oysters and scallops.
Last 100km of Camino Portugues was used by Queen Isabel of Portugal in the 13th Century, heads north following the Atlantic coast of Portugal and Spain. The Camino Portugues gently winds along ancient paths, running through woodlands, villages, farmlands, vineyards and historic towns
This specific route is the starting point of the Camino Frances. It begins in France at St-Jean-Pied-de-Port and finishes in Puente la Reina. At first, it follows the Route de Napoleon over the Roncesvalles Pass in the Basque country, then crosses into more gentle terrain in the great region of Navarra.
Walk and take part in Yoga classes along the Camino Portuguese Coastal Route. Combine the unique healing of the Camino with the mindful practice of Yoga for a truly relaxing experience. This section from Oia to Santiago de Compostela takes you along the coast around the Vigo estuary. You will get the opportunity to stay in the beautiful coastal cities of Baiona and Vigo before re-joining the traditional Camino Portuguese from Redondela to Santiago de Compostela. This region is known for its seafood, in particular, its oysters and scallops.
Our fun and friendly guides speak Spanish and English, so they’ll make sure that all our services are rendered to the utmost satisfaction, as they are all Follow the Camino certified. They will ensure that your experience on this incredible journey is enhanced even more! Beyond our experienced and reliable guides, we also have several new, themed Camino tours available for Chefs, Yogis, and Life Coaches. After all, we’re here to help you fall in love with the Camino!
Important: Follow The Camino guided tours are guaranteed at a minimum of seven people. In case we do not reach this number, the tour will continue as self-guided and we will refund the price of the guide to you.
Alternatives to the Camino Guided Tours
Perhaps though you have already walked the Camino and are looking for a Guided tour for other parts of Europe. If you are then why not check out our available guided tour on our sister website: One Foot Abroad.
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