Below we offer you our travel proposals to make the Camino de Santiago by bike.

As experts in organized trips to the Camino de Santiago we propose travel packages with everything you need to undertake this mythical journey by bicycle: Reservation of accommodation, Luggage transfer, Road support vehicle, Assistance insurance, Telephone assistance, Practical documentation of the route, pilgrim's credential, etc.

If you prefer we also offer the option of doing the Camino de Santiago on foot.

Bicycle Ways

Roncesvalles - Santiago (French Way)

14 days / 13 nights
1245 € / person
The Camino de Santiago by bike from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela is the gateway to Spain for the French Way. It is a mythical place on the Camino de Santiago, witness to historical events and spectacular beauty. It represents one of the places with the most Jacobean tradition of the entire Camino Frances de Santiago from Roncesvalles. If you prefer to do the Camino Frances on foot, we also give you that possibility.
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León - Santiago (French Way)

7 days / 6 nights
565 € / person
In this exciting route of the Camino de Santiago by bike from León of just over 300 km, you will cross the beautiful Leonese moor and the region of El Bierzo. You will enjoy the exciting views from Foncebadón, Cruz del Ferro and O Cebreiro. The Camino de Santiago is a unique route that has more than a thousand years of history and along whose route there are towns, villages and cities of great historical-artistic significance. If you prefer to do the Camino Frances on foot, we also give you that possibility.
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Porto - Santiago (Portuguese Way)

6 days / 5 nights
495 € / person
The Portuguese Camino de Santiago has a great historical tradition, fostered by the support received from the former Portuguese crown, which documents pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries. The Camino de Santiago from Porto by bicycle to Santiago de Compostela adds the attraction of pedaling through the neighboring country, in which the great hospitality with which its people receive us and the care of the establishments where we will stay stand out. Beautiful cities, full of history, such as Porto, Barcelos, with its famous "Miracle Cock", Ponte de Lima, with its spectacular medieval bridge and Valencia do Minho, border with Spain, with its impressive walled citadel, at the foot of the Miño , are some of the most important locations on the route in Portugal. Already in Spain from Tui to Santiago de Compostela, we find exuberant landscapes, with numerous rivers and wooded areas. Population centers with so much meaning and architectural beauty such as Redondela, Pontesampaio, Pontevedra, Caldas de Rei and Padrón, where according to legend the boat that brought the remains of the Apostle Santiago from Palestine landed.
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Irún - Santiago (Northern Way)

18 days / 17 nights
€/person
The Camino del Norte by bike from Irún is one of the oldest routes that pilgrims have traveled and travel today. In its beginnings, when the remains of the Apostle Santiago were discovered, around the year 830, in Santiago de Compostela, there was a large flow of pilgrims from all over Europe. Many of them went by boat to ports in the Cantabrian Sea to continue their pilgrimage on foot from there. The route runs along the entire Cantabrian coast, very close to it and even in some areas, next to the sea. In the Galician town of Ribadeo, it heads inland to join, in the town of Arzúa, with the French Way in a single Way to Santiago de Compostela. It has its beginning, in Spain, in the city of Irún and, it travels in a route of about 817 km, through the Communities of the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia. Route of great scenic, cultural, architectural, gastronomic and historical beauty, in which the North breeze will accompany us on our Camino. Throughout such a long journey, the pilgrim will travel through mid-mountain areas, with constant ups and downs, such as in the Basque section, with fertile and green valleys as in the Asturian and Cantabrian sections, and we will come across numerous fishing ports with eminent marine flavor. The main towns, to name a few, that we will find on this Jacobean itinerary are: San Sebastián – Bilbao – Santander - Gijón.
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Gijón - Santiago (Northern Way)

9 days / 8 nights
€/person
The Camino del Norte by bike from Gijón is one of the oldest routes that runs along the Cantabrian coast. In the town of Arzúa, it is unified in a single route to Santiago de Compostela with the French Way.
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Oviedo - Santiago (Primitive Way)

9 days / 8 nights
650 € / person
The Camino Primitivo by bike from Oviedo was the first Camino de Santiago that was carried out and consolidated, around the year 830. It was King Alfonso II the Chaste, considered as “the first pilgrim to Santiago de Compostela who endowed it with numerous infrastructures and services for the benefit of all pilgrims.