This adventure is one that you just need to go on. It's about leaving your thoughts behind and spending some quality time with yourself. And we think that's a great idea.
How long you trek along the Way of St. James, how much time you allow, where you start and where you end—these are all personal decisions, and you’re the only one qualified to make them. Officially, everyone who walks the last 60 miles (100 kilometers) to Santiago is an official pilgrim. And we have planned your perfect pilgrimage already: 5 stages, 60 miles (100 kilometers), and a path that will stay with you forever. Here is your camino—or at least the final piece of it.
Ready to get going? Create and customize your own version of this adventure using the full Tour below as a template.
Last updated: May 27, 2023
Plan your own version of this adventure in the multi-day planner based on the stages suggested in this Collection.
I hiked this part of the Way of St. James in September 2015, unforgettable and exhausting at the same time.
Very nice. I look forward to starting in 4 weeks from St. Jean pied de Port.
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I already did that. Last year on the eglish and until finisterre and muxia. In May, the Potugisian turn and maybe all the way back to Finisterre comes from Porto. Buen Camino Hardy😇😇😇
For me, walking on the streets was the worst thing! Beautifully described👋👋
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