Way from Roncesvalles to Logroño

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Discover the Way from Roncesvalles to Logroño

The Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles to Logroño represents the beginning of the French Way in Spain, at the foothills of the Navarre Pyrenees. A route of extraordinary culture, traditions, and monuments that dot it, many of which are intimate witnesses of the Jacobean Route. A route of marked contrasts, from the Pyrenees with their beautiful forests, to the streets-villages that were built for and by the Way, until reaching the farmlands and vineyards of La Rioja.

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Our rates include travel insurance and vehicle assistance in case of emergency, for your safety and peace of mind.

Customized Way

If you want to cover fewer kilometers per day, we can design this route with more days of duration (suitable for older people or families with children).

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Discounts available for groups starting from 4 people. Inquire. (Not combinable with other discounts)

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Full and customizable services for a worry-free experience on the Wey of Santiago.

Services Included

Rooms with private bathroom

Accommodations in Hotels, Country Houses, Hostels

Special breakfast

Travel Assistance Insurance in Spain

Obsequios especiales


✓ Pilgrim Credential
✓ Pilgrim's Scallop Shell

Digital Information Dossier of the Way

Emergency roadside assistance vehicle

On-Route Telephone Assistance

Luggage transfer on the stages

✓ 1 suitcase per person, maximum 20 kg

No cancellation fees

✓ Up to 10 days before starting the Camino


Optional Services

Single Room Supplement

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Dinner Supplement

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Start the route in Saint Jean Pied de Port

✓ Consultar tarifa.

Transfer from Pamplona Train Station to Saint Jean Pied de Port: €150

✓ To Roncesvalles (Check rate)
✓ To Saint Jean Pied de Port (Check rate)

Cancellation Insurance (Spanish)

Additional baggage

✓ Consult rate if you bring more than 1 suitcase per person

Remember that the cost of the optional services chosen will be added to the base price of your route. We are committed to making your pilgrimage an unforgettable and carefree experience. Welcome to the Wey!


Discover the Wey of Santiago towards the majestic Santiago de Compostela.

Welcome to the beginning of your journey. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

  • Duration: 5h 30m
  • Difficulty: Medium

Breakfast and start of the stage.

This emblematic stage passes through a low mountain area shadowed by numerous forests, presenting no more difficulty than the Altos de Erro and Mezquiriz. It crosses the villages of Burguete, with its “four-waters” houses, and the streams that flow through its streets. Next, we come across Espinal, another typical village-street of the Camino.

Once we’ve crossed the Alto de Erro, we arrive in Zubiri, the capital of the Esteribar valley, the most populous place on the Camino de Santiago, north of Pamplona.

In this stage, we can admire, among other monuments, the Collegiate Church of Roncesvalles, the Chapel of Sancti Spiritus or “Charlemagne’s Silo”, the 14th-century Gothic Cross, at the exit of Roncesvalles, in Zubiri, we will cross the “Bridge of Rabies”.

The Song of Roland originated in these lands, don’t miss its history and monuments.

Arrival in Zubiri. End of the stage. Lodging.
*NOTE: The route can be started in Saint Jean Pied de Port.

Saint Jean Pied de Port is the last village in France on the border with Spain. A spectacular stage that begins in the beautiful French town at the foot of the Pyrenees. A challenging but also legendary stage on the Camino, where its extraordinary views will be its hallmark.

  • Duration: 5h
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

Through the Esteribar valley, we reach Larrasoaña, passing through small farming villages.

We pass successively through Irotz, Zabaldica, until we reach Trinidad de Arre, a beautiful ensemble of the Camino de Santiago in Navarre, formed by the Bridge over the Ulzama River. Trinidad was a hospital, hostel, and basilica.

From Burlada, Pamplona can already be seen, which we access through the Romanesque Bridge of La Magdalena and enter the city through the “Puerta de Francia”, crossing its walls.

We will admire the Cathedral of Pamplona, the city walls, the fortress Church of San Cernín, Citadel, and Plaza del Castillo, among other monuments of interest.

Arrival in Pamplona. End of the stage. Lodging.
Don’t forget to enjoy some Pintxos in the famous bars on Calle Estafeta – Not everything is about walking, pilgrim!

  • Duration: 6h
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

After passing through the Alto del Perdón, we will approach Puente la Reina, where pilgrims will find themselves at a crossroads with those coming from Somport and have followed the Aragonese route of the French Way.

At Alto del Perdón, we encounter the Monument to the Pilgrim, one of the most significant images of the route.

DO YOU KNOW which Church on this Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles requires three laps before entering? After Obanos, it is essential to visit the Templar Church of Our Lady of Eunate, with an octagonal plan.

Before reaching Puente la Reina, we pass by one of the most important Romanesque jewels: the Church of Santa María de Eunate. It is believed to have been built in the mid-12th century, with an octagonal plan, and its belonging to the Templar order is attributed. Tradition says that before entering its interior, three laps must be given to it, and finally, stand under the vault to recharge with energy.

In Puente la Reina, the majestic Bridge over the Arga River stands out, as well as the Church of the Crucifix and the Church of Santiago, inside of which is the famous carving of “Santiago Beltza”.

Arrival in Puente la Reina. End of the stage. Lodging.

  • Duration: 5h 45m
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

A stage that runs without difficulty, through farmland and vineyard areas.

We leave Puente la Reina, crossing its magnificent bridge and arrive at Cirauqui, where we can see the Romanesque Church of San Román and at the exit of the town, remnants of the ancient Roman Road with its bridge, of a single eye.

After passing through Lorca and Villatuerta successively, we reach Estella.

The most significant monuments of this stage, in addition to those already mentioned, are in Estella the Palace of the Kings of Navarre, the Church of San Pedro de la Rúa, and the Church of San Miguel.

Arrival in Estella. End of the stage. Lodging.

  • Duration: 5h 15m
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

Like the previous stage, the terrain we will encounter is of similar topography.

We leave Estella, flanked by Montejurra and Pico Monjardin.

We will arrive at Iratxe, where the first pilgrim’s hospital was located, dating back to the year 958. Additionally, we can delight in the Wine Fountain, installed by Irache Wineries.

In Monjardin, its castle stands out, crowning the mountain. At the entrance of the town, we can observe the “Fountain of Moors”.

In Los Arcos, we highlight the Porticoed Plaza of Santa María with its Romanesque church, as well as the Castilian Gate built in the 17th century.

Arrival in Los Arcos. End of the stage. Lodging.

  • Duration: 7h 15m
  • Difficulty: Low

Breakfast and start of the stage.

A stage of hills and undulating terrain.

The first urban nucleus we encounter is Torres del Río, with its fantastic Romanesque Church of the Holy Sepulcher, with an octagonal plan, from the 12th century, inside of which we find a carving of the crucified from the 13th century.

Next, the spectacular Viana appears, located on a hill, with its well-preserved wall standing out.

In its urban area, we mention the Churches of Santa María from the 12th century and San Pedro.

We enter Logroño, through the grandiose Bridge over the Ebro River.

In Logroño, we highlight the Church of Santiago el Real, with its famous Santiago Matamoros in the portico, the Co-cathedral, with a famous altarpiece by Miguel Angel, and Plaza de la Oca.

Arrival in Logroño. Lodging. End of the stage and of our Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles.

If you have more days, you can extend your Camino de Santiago from Logroño.

We’re coming to the last day of your trip! Enjoy breakfast and conclude this unforgettable experience with us. Thank you for being part of this adventure!

This itinerary will take you through the most popular stages, allowing you to experience the beauty and culture of the Wey of Santiago. Be sure to book accommodation in advance, as it can get crowded, especially in the high season.
Safe travels and Buen Camino!


In our constant effort to provide the best experience to our customers, we want to assure you that we are committed to your rest and comfort. The accommodations we offer have been carefully selected and provide private rooms with private bathrooms, along with all the necessary services to make the most of your stay. It is important to note that we will never put you up in hostels.

Since these accommodations have a limited capacity, we will provide you with the exact name once you confirm your reservation and we verify availability on the dates of your choice. Your satisfaction is our priority!

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