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Check our main routes of the Camino de Santiago that enjoy greater tradition and popularity among the pregrinos.
The way on foot

Last 100 km

7 days / 6 nights
Already in the lands of Galicia, we started this Camino de Santiago from Sarria, which was a melting pot where all forms of expression of European culture were fused. Beautiful landscapes, fond people, millenary culture, inner peace, excellent gastronomy, that can help you to "find" what each one is looking for in this personal pilgrimage. In these last 100 km, we will discover the essence of the Camino de Santiago, which seems to have left its imprint in Galicia, after the multitudinous passage of pilgrims who traveled it for years. With Departure from Sarria (Lugo), alone or accompanied, this is the route that most pilgrims travel on foot, since it is the minimum number of kilometers required to get "La Compostela"
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O Cebreiro-Santiago

9 days / 8 nights
Departing from the legendary O Cebreiro, emblematic place, cradle of legends, mysteries and miracles. It delights us with storytelling landscapes, due to its privileged situation between Castile and 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 dates back to the 6th century, of unsurpassed beauty and grandeur. Once reached Sarria, we will face the last 100 Kms, until we reach Santiago de Compostela.
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8 days / 7 nights
Start of the Camino in French in Spain, from Roncesvalles, 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-villages that were built by and for the Camino, until reaching the farmlands and vineyards of La Rioja.
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7 days / 6 nights
TUI is the gateway in Spain of the Portuguese Way. In Galicia, the layout advances parallel to the Rías Bajas de Vigo and Pontevedra. A journey that we will make in seven days crossing exuberant landscapes, with numerous rivers and wooded areas. Nuclei of population with as much meaning and architectural beauty as Redondela, Pontesampaio, Pontevedra, Caldas de Rei and Padrón, where according to the legend the boat that brought from Palestine brought the remains of the Apostle.
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Santiago - Finisterre

7 days / 6 nights
From practically the discovery of the Sepulcher of the Apostle Santiago (S.IX) many pilgrims, once arrived in Santiago decided to extend their Camino to the Costa da Morte. They continued to Fisterra where it was thought that the earth ended; and then to Muxia, direct to the Sanctuary of Virxe da Barca.
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A Guarda-Santiago

9 days-8 nights
On the Camino de Santiago from A Guarda, each step is accompanied by a gentle aroma of the sea that strengthens the mind and tests the body, heading to Santiago de Compostela. Mountains, valleys, streams and the Atlantic Ocean dot the route. Each curve of the Camino leads us to an even more idyllic landscape than the previous one.
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7 days / 6 nights
The Jacobean pilgrimage had great fame throughout medieval Europe, beginning in the twelfth century. Scandinavians, Flemings, English, Scots and Irish used with great intensity the roads of the sea to reach Ferrol and A Coruña, enclaves that, thanks to its strategic location, are the two starting points of the English Way.
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7 days-6 nights
Lugo, a thousand-year-old world heritage city, at the foot of its fabulous Roman wall, we will start this beautiful route through Galician lands, along the most rural Galicia, dotted by small villages. When we get to Melide, we meet the pilgrims of the French Way to, in a single way, go to Santiago. From the Monte do Gozo, at the gates of Santiago, we will enjoy the exceptional view of the Cathedral and the city of the Apostle.


Check the opinions of other pilgrims who have already lived the experience of the Camino de Santiago, counting on our services.
Camino Surprise

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

You can see that this route is in the north. What happened 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 above all what it feels like. Luxury accommodations, and food as always in the North can not be put BUT. Thanks to the Mundiplus Team for making the walk easier.
Diaz Perez Family · Irun-Bilbao
Travel to the letter and to measure.

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

The trip has been beautiful, we have loved the atmosphere with more pilgrims, we breathe peace and tranquility. We liked it a lot as we have managed the selection of accommodations both in the villages and rural accommodation, each had its own particular charm. Rich and varied food. SUPER RECOMMENDED. Next year another rut to clear us.
Begoña, Gemma and Laura · Tui-Santiago
From São Paulo, obrigado for helping us to carry out nosso sonho de fazer or Caminho de Santiago. Sua experiência ajudou to enjoy Caminho com tranqüilidade e sem worrying com nada. Places agradáveis ​​to sleep in friendly treatment. Muito obrigado and we hope to repeat this incredible pilgrimage for more than one year. Bom caminho!
Jose Benedito and Renata · Oporto-Tui

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From bridge to bridge and I keep walking

January 5, 2019
In our Route of the French Way from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela, we will cross numerous rivers, which will give us the opportunity to cross imposing bridges loaded with history, myths and legends that surround them since their construction. St. Jean de Pied de Port Medieval bridge over the river Nive that divides the ... Continued
Santiago de Compostela

Face Washing in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and its Portico de la Gloria

July 26, 2018
It has been waiting for but after years of restoration of the main facade of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (Plaza del Obradoiro) and the Portico de la Gloria and look a more renovated. A thorough washing of the face to eliminate the "blackish" color and even the moss that was already coming out of some of its stones. ... Continued

Gastronomy on the Camino de Santiago Francés

June 15, 2018
As a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago Francés, you will not only enjoy its spectacular landscapes, and its endearing people; but also its famous cuisine that will make our trip as complete as possible in every way. The lunch / dinner will be a place to achieve greater fraternization and approach with others ... Continued
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History of the Camino de Santiago

January 27, 2018
Brief history Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela Santiago el Mayor was Juan's brother, both sons of Zebedeo. After the death of Jesus Christ, Santiago came in preaching to Hispania, according to tradition. Apparently it did not get much success. The Virgin Mary appeared to him in Saragossa, inspiring him with his evangelical task. Of … Continued
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Legend of Santo Domingo de la Calzada

June 15, 2017
Did you know…? Tradition has it that among the many Compostela pilgrims who stop in Santo Domingo de la Calzada to venerate the relics of the Saint, a German couple arrived here with their eighteen-year-old son named Hugonell, from Ad Sanctos (Xanten in the Diocese of Münster , but until 1821 of the Archbishopric of Cologne) The girl ... Continued
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News of interest on the Camino de Santiago

February 17, 2017
The figures of the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela In the year 2017 in the Pilgrims Office of Santiago de Compostela, 301,006 pilgrims received the 278,232 pilgrims of 2016. This represents 8.3% more pilgrims: By sex - Pilgrim women 147,857 as against 133,998 (Year 2016) - Pilgrim men ... Continued

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