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Camino de Santiago

The Way, our way.

The great cultural highway of Europe has connected north and south Europe for well over a thousand years. The history and community along the Camino gives it a palpable spirit. It is amazing even before you add in landscapes as varied as the hot cereal plains of Castille and the cool, green forests of Galicia. And while your soul is being fed, your body won’t be neglected. The cuisine shifts by region along each part of the Camino, from tender beef grazed on the mountain meadows of Navarre, via life affirming Riojan vintages to seafood fresh from the clean, cold Atlantic waters of Galicia.

Feefo gold

From the berets and log piles of the Basque Pyrenees to the vast golden plains of Castilla and the ever-flowing waters Galicia, we can tailor your own personalised walk along the Way. By walking our favourite sections of the route, you can enjoy the culinary, cultural and physical highlights of the 'French' path of the Camino de Santiago on this unique inn to inn walk.

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Eat seafood fresh from the harbourside and walk alongside forest streams as you follow arguably the most beautiful branch of the Camino to Santiago which runs between the rocky coast and the forested mountains of Asturias and Galicia.

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Book Sign up for our newsletter » Signs along the Camino de Santiago Pilgrims on the road to Santiago de Compostela The Roman wall of Lugo is perfectly preserved.