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Holy Year 2021

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Holy Year 2021

Camino de Santiago Routes

Main stages of the Camino de Santiago in which a minimum of 100 km is made on foot to obtain the Certificate of La Compostela. They are the most popular itineraries among our pilgrims.

Ways on foot

Last 100 km

395 € / person
7 days / 6 nights
Already in the lands of Galicia, we started our march on the Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, also known as "The last 100 Kms of the French Way". This route was a melting pot where all forms of expression of European culture merged. Beautiful landscapes, endearing people, millenary culture, inner peace, excellent gastronomy, that can help you "find" what each one of you is looking for in this personal pilgrimage. In Holy Year 2021 we will discover the essence of the Camino Frances de Santiago, which seems having left its mark in Galicia, after the massive passage of pilgrims who travel it for years. This is the route that most pilgrims who go on foot travel, since it is the minimum number of kilometers required to get to "La Compostela"
Ways on foot

Tui - Santiago

420 € / person
7 days / 6 nights
The Camino de Santiago from Tui to Santiago has precisely this town as the gateway to Spain from Portugal. In Galicia, this layout of the Portuguese Way runs parallel to the Rías Bajas de Vigo and Pontevedra, a journey that we will take in seven days, crossing exuberant landscapes, with numerous rivers and wooded areas. Population centers with as much meaning and architectural beauty as Redondela, Pontesampaio, Pontevedra, Caldas de Rei and Padrón, where according to legend the boat that brought the remains of the Apostle from Palestine.
Ways on foot

Ferrol - Santiago

420 € / person
7 days / 6 nights
The Camino de Santiago from Ferrol, as well as departing from A Coruña, became in the XNUMXth century the two main starting points of the English Way.Thanks to its strategic situation, Scandinavians, Flemish, English, Scottish and Irish used with great intensity the sea ​​roads to reach Spain and start the pilgrimage. The Jacobean pilgrimage had great fame throughout medieval Europe.
Ways on foot

Lugo - Santiago

450 € / person
7 days-6 nights
The Camino de Santiago from Lugo (Primitive Way) begins at the foot of its fabulous Roman wall. A beautiful ancient city, a World Heritage Site, where we will begin this path through Galician lands, along the most rural Galicia, dotted with small villages.On arrival at Melide, we meet the pilgrims of the French Way to, in a single route, go towards Santiago. From Monte do Gozo, at the gates of Santiago, we will enjoy the exceptional view of the Cathedral and the city of the Apostle.
Ways on foot

Baiona - Santiago

495 € / person
8 days / 7 nights
This Camino de Santiago from Baiona (Portuguese Way along the coast) is the only place where you can appreciate the relationship between the calm beaches and the strong waves of the Atlantic, where the sea breeze will accompany us on our way. It is the ideal trail for those seeking new sensations, near the coast, that test the body and clear the mind through landscapes of breathtaking beauty.
Ways on foot

O Cebreiro - Santiago

510 € / person
9 days / 8 nights
The Camino de Santiago from O Cebreiro to Santiago (Camino Francés), is an emblematic place, cradle of legends, mysteries and miracles. It delights us with some fairytale landscapes, due to its privileged situation between Castilla y León and Galicia, close to the Sierras de Os Ancares and O Courel.We will discover on the route the Monastery of San Xulián de Samos, which traces its origins to the 100th century , of unparalleled beauty and grandeur. Once Sarria is reached, we will face the last XNUMX km of the French Way, until we reach Santiago de Compostela.
Sarria

Camino de Santiago from Sarria

Doing the Camino de Santiago from Sarria is the option mostly chosen by pilgrims from all over the world.

From € 395 we organize the trip to the Camino with everything you need!

Camino de Santiago from Sarria

French Way

The French Way is one of the most popular and traditional Jacobean routes on the Camino de Santiago. It is the route with the largest influx of pilgrims of all nationalities.
French Way

Roncesvalles - Logroño

580 € / person
8 days / 7 nights
The Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles to Logroño represents the Start of the Camino in French in Spain, at the foot of the Navarrese Pyrenees. Route of extraordinary culture, traditions and monuments that mark it, many of them intimate witnesses of the Jacobean Route. Route of marked contrasts, from the Pyrenees, with its beautiful forests, to the streets-towns that were built by and for the Camino, until reaching the farmland and vineyards of La Rioja.
French Way

Logroño - Burgos

455 € / person
7 days / 6 nights
The Camino de Santiago from Logroño, through the Riojana region does not have many kilometers, but the cities through which it runs have a great Jacobean meaning on our Camino Francés, stages through the Riojan plains, dotted by farmland and its famous vineyards, which they find a notable orographic change in the Montes de Oca, near Burgos.
French Way

Burgos - Leon

735 € / person
11 days / 10 nights
Through the Lands of Castilla y León this Camino de Santiago travels from Burgos to León (Camino Francés) with enormous Jacobean meaning, with its small and austere towns. The vast plains will be our traveling companions, as well as ancient bridges, a multitude of beautiful Romanesque churches, among which are some of the most beautiful on the Camino de Santiago, a route that will mark us, because it will help us to reflect, meditate and think about the numerous moments that it will provide us.
French Way

Leon - O Cebreiro

525 € / person
8 days / 7 nights
The Camino de Santiago from León to O Cebreiro runs through different regions of León until it enters Galicia through the mythical O Cebreiro, with its enormous significance on the Camino de Santiago. We will tour the Maragateria, with the monumental Astorga and Ponferrada, capital of Bierzo , with its spectacular Templar Castle. Halfway, we will find the mythical Cruz del Ferro, maximum altitude of the French Way.
French Way

O Cebreiro - Santiago

510 € / person
9 days / 8 nights
The Camino de Santiago from O Cebreiro to Santiago (Camino Francés), is an emblematic place, cradle of legends, mysteries and miracles. It delights us with some fairytale landscapes, due to its privileged situation between Castilla y León and Galicia, close to the Sierras de Os Ancares and O Courel.We will discover on the route the Monastery of San Xulián de Samos, which traces its origins to the 100th century , of unparalleled beauty and grandeur. Once Sarria is reached, we will face the last XNUMX km of the French Way, until we reach Santiago de Compostela.
French Way

Last 100 km

395 € / person
7 days / 6 nights
Already in the lands of Galicia, we started our march on the Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, also known as "The last 100 Kms of the French Way". This route was a melting pot where all forms of expression of European culture merged. Beautiful landscapes, endearing people, millenary culture, inner peace, excellent gastronomy, that can help you "find" what each one of you is looking for in this personal pilgrimage. In Holy Year 2021 we will discover the essence of the Camino Frances de Santiago, which seems having left its mark in Galicia, after the massive passage of pilgrims who travel it for years. This is the route that most pilgrims who go on foot travel, since it is the minimum number of kilometers required to get to "La Compostela"

Reviews Camino de Santiago

Other pilgrims have already lived the Camino de Santiago experience with our support and planning. What are you waiting for?
Road Surprise

The Primitive Way has surprised me for good, there is not so much talk about this route as about French or Portuguese, and the truth is that the places it passes through are beautiful. It is less traveled and if you are looking to escape as I wanted this part of the Way helps you. Thank you Antonio for guiding me and preparing this route with such care.
Claudia alvarez · Spain · Oviedo - Lugo
San Sebastian the most beautiful city!

It is noted that this route is in the north. What a past of natural places, what panoramic. I had seen photos before arriving, but it is clear that a photo does not cover what the Human eye sees and especially what it feels like. Luxury accommodations, and food as always in the North can not put a BUT. Thanks to the Mundiplus Team for making the walk easier.
Díaz Perez family · Spain · Irun - Bilbao
Travel to the letter and to measure.

They designed my route to suit me, since I had a number of days that did not adapt to any of the established routes and with a special number of mileage. The agency helped me in the design of the stages. The treatment received was fantastic and close. Thanks not only for professionalism and experience, but also for your humane treatment. The accommodations in route of 10, the suitcases always waiting for us in the different places. Thank you!!
Eva and Jose Antonio · Spain · Baiona - Santiago
Good management and coordination

The trip has been beautiful, we have loved the atmosphere with more pilgrims, there is peace and tranquility. We really liked how we have managed the selection of accommodation in both villages and rural accommodation, each had its own particular charm. Rich and varied food. SUPER RECOMMENDED. Next year another routine to clear ourselves.
Begoña, Gemma and Laura · Spain · Tui - Santiago
From São Paulo, obrigado for helping us to perform nosso sonho de fazer or Caminho de Santiago. Sua experiência helped us to enjoy Caminho with tranqüilidade and to worry about anything. Agradáveis ​​places to sleep and amigável treatment. Very obliged and we hope to repeat this incredible pilgrimage for the most part. Bom caminho!
Jose Benedito and Renata · Spain · Porto - Tui

Camino de Santiago blog

Enter our Camino de Santiago blog now and discover tips for pilgrims, myths, legends and more curiosities on the way.

With our posts you will get up to date with the most relevant information on the different itineraries of the Camino de Santiago.
what to take to the Camino de Santiago

What to take to the Camino de Santiago

November 27, 2020
In order that you can carry out your Camino with the greatest possible comfort, taking into account the physical effort that you are going to make stage after stage, we list the material that we think you will need to make your Itinerary to Santiago de Compostela. The dates you choose to make the trip will have a significant influence on what luggage… Continued
Pilgrim's credential

How to get La Compostela

November 20, 2020
Although it is not the main purpose of the pilgrim who arrives in Santiago de Compostela to obtain a material and tangible asset such as the desired Certificate of La Compostela, it constitutes a beautiful memory to frame to recall the Camino made. In times past, this memory was mainly constituted by the scallop (bivalve mollusk that is ... Continued
boot

Botafumeiro

November 13, 2020
The Botafumeiro or Turibulum Magnum is a gigantic censer or what in street terminology would be a "smoke caster" that is probably believed to have been made between the XNUMXth or XNUMXth centuries, as the exact date is not certain. Its realization was sent to mitigate the odors accumulated in the Cathedral… Continued
ponferrada castle

Ponferrada Castle

May 27, 2020
The origins of the Ponferrada Castle date from an ancient pre-Roman fort, probably Celtic. Over the years, on those initial constructions, numerous modifications and extensions were made, being able to contemplate, today, one of the best fortifications that are preserved in Spain, being declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument in the year 1924.… Continued
Sobrado dos Monxes Monastery

Sobrado dos Monxes Monastery

May 22, 2020
The Monastery of Sobrado dos Monxes, is located in the town that gives it its name, in the province of A Coruña, specifically in Terras de Melide. It is one of the most important monasteries in Galicia, which is why it was declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument. It is located on the itinerary of the Camino de Santiago del Norte, through… Continued
high forgiveness

Stop forgiveness

May 21, 2020
El Alto del Perdón or Puerto del Perdón is located 770 meters. of altitude and framed in the Sierra del Perdón, or Reniega / Erreniega, in Basque, is located in the Foral Community of Navarra and located about 13 km from Pamplona. We will be able to see, along this mountain range, the first wind farm to be… Continued

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