The Way of St. James: the best routes by foot or by bicycle, accommodation and breakfast in hotels located along the Way, and more services which guarantee you a pleasant trip. Should none of these routes meet your wishes, please contact us and we will gladly make you an individual offer.
THE WAY OF SAINT JAMES BY FOOT
This offer is for the classic last 100 kilometers (62 miles) of the "French Way", the most popular route of the Way of St. James which is used by most pilgrims. (More >>>)
This is the same route as above with accommodation in good tourist class hotels or charming country houses and including luggage transfer. This way you will make your trip with much less effort. (More >>>)
This is the same route as above but in accommodations of the hightest standards, including the impressive and luxurious Parador de los Reyes Católicos in Santiago de Compostela. (More >>>)
The classic route from Portugal through the interior with beautiful landscapes and towns from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. (More >>>)
A wonderful alternative version of the "Portuguese Way of St. James" along the "wild" coast of Galicia ... (More >>>)
The Galician Way of Saint James begins in O Cebreiro, located at the gates of Galicia. The way leads us to Santiago, crossing green valleys and romantic ancient villages. (More >>>)
For those who have the time and are fit enough for the challenge of walking during 15 days, this is a spectacular route crossing impressive landscapes and monumental sites. (More >>>)
The last stage of the Way of Saint James: the journey to "Finis Terrae" (Latin for the end of the world) in order to clean yourself spiritually and then take the way back. (More >>>)
THE WAY OF SAINT JAMES BY BICYCLE
Starting at Leon, this way crosses picturesque landscapes and monumental towns such as Astorga, Ponferrada, Portomarín, Rùa... (More >>>)
The entire route, which had great importance already in the Middle Ages, begins in Porto and passes by beautiful historical sites. (More >>>)
This itinerary begins in Burgos and leads us to the most monumental cities along the Way of Saint James: Leon, Astorga, Ponferrada, Portomarín, Rùa... (More >>>)
This route begins at the foot of the Pyrenees and includes the "French Way of St. James" passing Pamplona, Estella, Logroño, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Burgos, Leon, Astorga, Ponferrada and the "Way of Galicia". (More >>>)
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