For many pilgrims, the last day of their pilgrimage walking into Santiago de Compostela is one of the highlights of their lives. A popular option for those who can’t take a wole month out of their normal lives to walk a full Camino route is walking the final stage of one of the routes – the last 100km into Santiago de Compostella.
Walking the last 100km (62 miles) of a Camino trail makes you eligible to receive your Pilgrim Certificate (Compostela). It is a great way to get a taster of the Camino, and you can always come back and do other stages of the routes later!
There are a number of amazing options for 100km journeys that finish in Santiago de Compostela.
Here are the 6 routes that end in Santiago de Compostela
- The most popular route is Camino Frances – Starting from Sarria
- Camino Portugues – Starting from Tui
- Camino Portugese Coastal – Starting from Oia
- Camino Ingles – Starting from Ferrol
- Camino Primitivo – Starting from Lugo
- Via de la Plata – Starting from Ourense
All of the sections on this map cover between 100km and 128km (60 to 80 miles) with varying degrees of difficulty and give you a great feel for the region of Galicia, home of Santiago de Compostela.
Expect rolling hills and lush vegetation as you pass through typical, rural Spanish towns and villages with their varied histories and delicacies.
Explore the routes below or get in touch to find out more and ask about your own custom made Camino de Santiago holiday!