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Enjoy the last 100 km of the French Camino, from Sarria to Santiago. This tour is organized by local Camino de Santiago Experts. The French Way is the most popular and sociable route of the Camino de Santiago. We will organize a lifetime experience!
Experience the best of Galician nature, culture, and cuisine on this evening combo tour from Vigo. Catch a ferry across the bay to the fishing village of Cangas for a guided nature trek along the coastline, and then reward yourself with a tasting of traditional Spanish tapas paired with Galician wine. Along the way, learn about local history from a guide as you travel by land and by sea.
Once in Santiago de Compostela you can take a new route towards the sea, the Finisterre Camino. Finisterre was considered the End of the World during the Roman and Celtic periods (Finis: end; Terre: world).
From Vilalba, in Galicia Region, you will be able to enjoy the calm and the solitude of the Northern Camino on the first stretches.Once in Arzúa, the itinerary will join with the French Way, so the last walking days will be more sociable.
The Portuguese Way is the second most popular route of the Camino de Santiago. It follows the French Way. Enjoy the last 100 km of this amazing path, from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. A tour designed by local Camino de Santiago experts!
You can walk the last 100 km of the Winter Camino from Monforte de Lemos instead of Ponferrada (the original starting point).From Monforte de Lemos you will enjoy the Ribeira Sacra area, where the vineyards, terraces and canyons will not disappoint you!
The Portuguese Coastal Camino goes along the coast up to Redondela, where it joins with the Portuguese Camino on the same path until Santiago. The spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean make it an incredible route.
The Primitive Camino is considered to be the first Jacobean route leading to Santiago de Compostela;Although the complete route begins in Oviedo, it is possible to start from Lugo and walk the last 100 km of this medieval path.It is highly recommended for those people who are looking for solitude, peace and silence.