It is possible now to walk the last 100km and get your pilgrim certificate but in truth, this does not leave much room to detach the mind from daily stresses and really settle into the mindset of a pilgrim or long distance traveler.
Historically, doing the pilgrimage to the tomb of St James started at your doorstep and meant a return trip on foot or horseback. Nowadays, most people consider completing the full French Way from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago as “the real Camino”. But did you know there many more full routes to choose from?
If you are longing to step out of the rat race and clear your head, then our one of our full Camino trips could be for you – with accommodation, walking notes, maps and 24/7 emergency as standard.