Stretching high above the historic old town of Santiago de Compostela, the stunning, baroque-infused city cathedral remains one of the must-see architectural destinations in Europe – an eight-century old masterpiece which marks the end of the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. This famous pilgrimage, often referred to as St. James’ Way, actually predates the cathedral, and the building itself has come to embody the spiritual journey that has been sought by travelers since the early Middle Ages.
There is no set way to walking the Camino de Santiago. There is Your way to walking the Camino de Santiago. Whether you start in Portugal or Spain, you have many options for amazing Camino de Santiago routes. Chose the path that appeals most to you. Bring your curiosity and see the old in the new and new in the old on this adventure in the faraway land on the Way of Saint James.
Our walking tours are designed with your relaxation in mind. You will have time to enjoy beautiful surroundings and tasty local cuisine. You can stop to smell the roses and take a break from modern fast-paced lifestyle. The Camino de Santiago offers opportunity after opportunity for you to connect with nature, your travel partners, and yourself.
Looking for some tips on preparing for this journey spiritually, mentally and physically? See our blog where we write about many ways to prepare so you can be confident and relaxed during your Camino adventure.