Discovering the Camino in winter is an experience that is worth discovering; enjoy the atmosphere of peace and tranquillity with not too many pilgrims on the Camino; experience more gentle temperatures with less rain than in Ireland or the UK, and feel the sunny days and blue sky typical in Spain, even on some winter days.
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This route along the coast is typically in the low teens in degrees Celsius over the winter months, which is still a good temperature for walking. Be prepared with some rain gear, and you can enjoy the solitude whilst accompanied by wonderful scenery along the coast.
This route is the inland traditional route and like the coastal route enjoys pleasant temperatures even in the winter for walking. Again, it is a quiet route to walk but one where the towns will provide a warm welcome on the coldest of days.
The final stage of the famous Camino Frances (or French Way) is the most popular Camino route in winter too! Traverse the beautiful hilly landscapes of Galicia, without the extreme sun. Reward your efforts in Santiago de Compostela, the heart and hub of all pilgrimages on the Way of St James.
Perhaps though you have already walked the Camino this year and are looking for something a little different for your Autumn/Winter get away. If you are then why not check out our suggestions for some Autumn Escapes and Winter Sun on our sister website: One Foot Abroad.