El Camino de Santiago from Logroño, The Riojana region does not have many kilometers, but the cities through which it runs have great Jacobean significance in our French Way.

Stages along the Riojan plains, marked by farmland and its famous vineyards, which find a remarkable orographic change in the Montes de Oca, near Burgos.

Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Saint John of Ortega


Remember that at Mundiplus we adapt the kilometers of the stages of the Camino de Santiago from Logroño according to your needs. We prepare this route for people who travel alone, as well as for groups of friends and / or family.
Special discounts for groups of at least 6 people: €15/person. (Not combinable with other discounts)


Day 1: Arrival in Logroño. Accommodation.

Day 2: Stage from Logroño to Najera (29,70 kms)

Day 3: Stage from Najera to Santo Domingo de la Calzada (21,90 kms)

Day 4: Stage from Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Belorado (22,97 kms)

Day 5: Stage from Belorado to San Juan de Ortega (24,29 kms)

Day 6: Stage from San Juan de Ortega to Burgos (26,40 kms)

Day 7: Breakfast-End of our services



The accommodations that we offer to our clients are of high quality. The rooms are private and have their own exclusive bathroom, as well as the necessary services for your comfort.

We personally supervise and select the accommodations, based on the satisfaction expressed by our clients over the years. We will never put you in Hostels.

As these are accommodations with limited capacity, the exact name of them will be provided once you have made the final reservation of the trip, and we will verify availability on the dates you have chosen.

What to eat and typical dishes on the Camino de Santiago from Logroño to Burgos?

The French Way is one of the trips to the Camino de Santiago organized most popular when it comes to the Jacobean routes to get to Santiago. Its relatively friendly routes with pilgrims, wonderful landscapes and the facilities provided in terms of accommodation and food, make it one of the most attractive.

Specifically, the section from Logroño to Burgos is loaded with unforgettable postcards, where the vineyards and their friendly inhabitants will always welcome you, inviting you to enjoy its wonderful culture where gastronomy stands out for its exquisite and traditional.

Typical dishes of this section of the Camino de Santiago from Logroño

The region of La Rioja and Burgos specifically Enjoy a gastronomic variety that will make you fall in love without a doubt, with local products and always accompanied by the most delicious wines, also typical of the area. Among the typical dishes that you should not miss out on trying for any reason, are:

Camerano cheese

If you are a cheese lover, you are in the right place. Camerano cheese originates from the Sierra de los Cameros in La Rioja. It is elaborated from goat's milk, following the same recipe for several centuries.

It is a cheese with a fairly intense and dominant flavor, with a characteristic aroma of goat, matured naturally and has a striking cream color. It has a brittle but firm texture. with a fine and particular rind.

Lamb chops with Sarmiento

In this area, lamb is quite traditional, so it is not surprising that one of its flagship dishes is precisely its chops. Roasted over embers of vine shoots, which are nothing more than dry branches of vines, they are cooked in the open air, especially in the surrounding cellars.

It is a country recipe from any point of view. They are usually served with potatoes and some fresh salad, although they can be served in many ways, yes, always accompanied by a good glass of wine.

Morcilla de Burgos

Black pudding from Burgos

Blood sausage is one of those sausages that are popular throughout Spain, having hundreds of years of tradition and followers. However, the one from Burgos enjoys special recognition, in fact, it is considered one of its flagship dishes.

In ancient times, It was made with breadcrumbs, until in the XNUMXth century rice came to replace it.

It is necessary to point out that depending on the area of ​​Burgos in which you are, you will be able to find a different blood sausage, since each region gives it its own particular touch. The traditional one is made from pig blood and guts, onion, spices and salt, lard and peppers, including some hot ones.

You can consume it as starters or as an accompaniment to other recipes throughout the year, in fact, there is a saying that Burgos black pudding is bland, greasy and spicy.

Castilian soup

As well known as garlic soup, The Castilian Soup is consumed in several regions of Spain, having different variations, with respect to the place where it is prepared.

In Burgos, in particular, it is a dish extremely popular, especially during the winter season, Because of how caloric it is, it allows its guests to warm up quickly and deliciously.

It is prepared with loaf bread (the traditional recipe is with stale bread from the day before), garlic, olive oil, an egg for each diner, sweet pepper, ground white pepper, slices of chorizo ​​and ham tacos.

It is served with a glass of a good young red, further helping the body to warm up and enjoy these intense flavors.

Best restaurants on this Camino Frances itinerary from Logroño

Best places to eat on the Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles to Logroño

The section that runs from Roncesvalles to Logroño is a true marvel as far as landscapes are concerned, where green will always be the protagonist, regardless of the time of year.

If you are exactly on this path, here are some recommendations on where you can eat.

Laurel Street and San Juan Street

Central, lively and both considered as points of reference and obligatory stops in Logroño.

Laurel Street is as diverse as it is lively. It has more than one hundred establishments between bars and restaurants to eat at all hours, from tapas, pinchos and in general all the Rioja gastronomy, the premises are known for their specialties, beyond their proper names.

Now, San Juan street for its part, It is parallel to another of the busiest points such as Calle Portales. Its bars are famous for being perfect places for some good pinchos and tapas, accompanied of course, with a wine from La Rioja.

Mesón los Caballeros Restaurant (Santo Domingo de la Calzada)

In La Rioja, it is a very popular restaurant among pilgrims. Developed in a historic building, It is located on the corner of Calle Mayor, with the entrance to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento.

Specialized in local food, but with some signature touches, which has undoubtedly led them to become a true reference as far as the gastronomy of the place is concerned, especially for its exquisite veal and lamb meats, without leaving behind the cod.

The Abbey (Burgos)

Inside the Abba Burgos hotel, his menu is considered by many to be a true work of art as far as traditional gastronomy is concerned. Developed just 300 meters from the Cathedral, it enjoys one of the best views in all of Burgos.

Here you can enjoy from meat, rice and fish, where beef and cod will always be protagonists, regardless of the time of year.

Pointed (Burgos)

Developed in the hostel that bears the same name, Puntido is a restaurant where pilgrims come to regain strength and enjoy a home-cooked meal and loaded with a lot of tradition.

You have a menu carefully designed for pilgrims, and where pot of San Antón It is one of the flagship dishes of the place. Enjoy fresh bread and the best wines in the area at any time, offering you a variety of stews, fish, rice and meat.

If you arrive early you can enjoy a drink to accompany your pinchos or the always convenient potato omelette.

How to get to Logroño

We indicate the different options of How to get to Camino de Santiago from Logrono.

Option 1: Private car

The best option is to leave the car parked in the assigned Hotel car park or in one of the multiple public car parks that exist near the Hotel. 

Option 2: Bus

Burgos is very well connected by bus with many towns in Spain.

– From Madrid to Logroño with Alsa companies y PLM, with frequent departures from Avda. de América Bus Station and from Terminal 4 of Madrid-Barajas airport.

Option 3: Train (Renfe). Direct trains every day from Madrid and Barcelona, ​​among many other towns in Spain.

Upon your arrival in Logroño, an experience begins that you will never forget in which we recommend you continue reading below what to see and what to do on your Camino de Santiago from Logroño.

What to see on the Camino de Santiago from Logroño to Burgos (Travel guide)


In La Grajera highlight the reservoir and park that bears his name.

In Navarrete, the Church of the Asunción from the XNUMXth century, in Herrerian style with an interesting Baroque altarpiece from the XNUMXth century.

The Ruins of the Pilgrim Hospital of San Juan de Ocre, portal whose capitals represent different scenes from the daily life of the pilgrims.

In Ventosa the Church of San Saturnino, whose XNUMXth century square tower offers the best watchtower to recreate with the red clay fields covered with vine that surround Ventosa. The original construction dates from the XNUMXth century and from this time it still has its Gothic cover.

In Nájera, the Monastery of Santa María la Real stands out, artistic emblem of the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Navarra. Founded in 1052, it was rebuilt in the XNUMXth century in the Gothic style. The Plateresque cloister of the Knights stands out from the complex, equipped with precious stone lattices.


In Redecillas del Camino: Highlight the Palace Houses, the Romanesque Baptismal Font from the XNUMXth Century (Iglesia Sta. María)

In Belorado we can visit the Church of Santa María, a work from the XNUMXth century, with a magnificent stone altarpiece, entirely dedicated to Santiago.

The Church of San Nicolás with the image of San Caprasio.

At the exit of this town is the bridge built by San Juan de Ortega.


In Tosantos, to the right of the path, stands out the cave hermitage of Nuestra Señora de la Peña, excavated in the mountain. Inside, a Romanesque image from the XNUMXth century is venerated.

Half a kilometer before Villafranca de los Montes de Oca, is the so-called apse of San Felices. It is the remains of an old Mozarabic monastery from the XNUMXth century.

Already in Villafranca de Montes de Oca, there is the Hospital de San Antonio Abad; the main entrance, on which the coat of arms of the Catholic Monarchs is carved, has been preserved.

The Church of Santiago, from the XNUMXth century. Its baptismal font is a giant natural shell brought from the Philippine Islands.

In San Juan de Ortega, its Sanctuary stands out, which deserves a must-see given its importance.


The parish church from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, dedicated to Our Lady of the Angels, can be seen a carving of Santiago Peregrino.

As a jewel of this Camino De Santiago from Logroño and A few kilometers from Azofra are the Monasteries of Suso and Yuso de San Millán de la Cogolla. They are a World Heritage Site and the cradle of the Spanish language with its Emilian Glosses, handwritten annotations written in Latin, Romance and Basque.

In Santo Domingo de la Calzada, its Cathedral stands out. The cathedral, the most emblematic building in the town, was erected on the tomb of the Saint. The plant is Romanesque but its style is Gothic and Renaissance. Inside, in front of the tomb of the Saint, is the niche where a rooster and a hen live together in memory of the legend of the hen that "sang after being roasted". You can climb the bell tower and it is a good option since the view from above is worth it. Opposite, the Parador de Turismo preserves in its interior several elements of the old Hospital for pilgrims.

In Santo Domingo de la Calzada, the Convent of San Francisco, Calle Mayor, the Town Hall, Las Murallas, El Torreón Sor María de Leiva also deserve special mention.


In Burgos we find another of the jewels that well deserve a stop on the Camino de Santiago from Logroño, and it is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Santa María. Magnificent Gothic work begun in 1221 by Fernando III El Santo and consecrated in 1260 for its architectural grandeur, for the richness of its interior ornamentation, Burgos Cathedral is one of the most valuable monuments of Spanish art. From its emblematic Gothic towers to the tomb of El Cid in the transept, everything is magnificent in it.

The Church of San Nicolás, Gothic from the XNUMXth century, and Santa Gadea.

The Casa del Cordón or Palace of the Constable, Door and Arch of Santa María and Cartuja de Miraflores.

The Royal Strike Monastery is worth a special visit. Founded by Alfonso VIII in 1187, for religious of high lineage, under the rule of San Bernardo. It served as a burial for several kings of Castile. Starting with Fernando III El Santo, several kings were crowned there.

What is the busiest and easiest section of the Camino Frances?

Of all the itineraries of the Camino de Santiago Francés that originate in the border town of Roncesvalles and end 790 kilometers in the city of Santiago, the busiest part is the Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago. It is a path suitable for beginners and for people of any age and physical condition. With a layout of practically flat stages, it is ideal for those pilgrims whose goal is the Cathedral of Santiago, but with a more limited availability of days than if we started our Camino from Logroño.

Price and Formalize Reservation
Double room with breakfast
515€ per person
Route Information
  • Distance Logroño-Burgos: 125 kms
  • Duration: 7 days / 6 nights / 5 stages
  • Dates: Free choice. You choose the day!
    • The trip must be booked at least 1 week before the date you have decided.
  • Accommodations in Hotels, Cottages, Hostels
  • Special breakfast
  • Travel assistance insurance in Spain
  • Informative digital dossier of the road
  • Roadside telephone assistance
  • Luggage transfer in the stages
    • 1 suitcase per person, maximum 20Kgs
  • Roadside assistance vehicle in case of emergency
  • Gifts
    • Pilgrim's credential
    • Pilgrim's Scallop
  • No cancellation fees
    • Up to 15 days before starting the Camino
  • IVA

Remember that the cost of the optional services you choose will be added to the base price of the route.

  • Single room supplement: Consult
  • Dinner supplement: Consult
  • Additional luggage
    • If you carry more than 1 suitcase per person
  • Cancellation Insurance (Spanish)
  • Cancellation Insurance (Foreigners)