You can read the Booking Policy by clicking on the following link: Booking Policy
The lodgings we offer to our customers are high quality: Hotels, charming Galician rural manors and Guesthouses. All rooms have private bathroom. They have the necessary services that will be useful after your daily steps. All the lodgings have been monitored by our team based on their comfort, facilities and and excellent service from the owners.
Our main goal is your peace of mind, rest, enjoy the Camino de Santiago, and make you feel more than at home.
In our tours you can decide your meal option: breakfast or Half board (Breakfast and dinner)
Vegetarians, vegans, or those with a special diet (eg. gluten-free) can always find suitable options. Just let us know beforehand and we will be happy to accommodate your needs.
Lunches are not included to provide more flexibility during the day and so you can experiment on your own. During the stage we recommend you to eat: sandwich, nuts, dried fruits, energy bars,etc.
Luggage transfer throughout the Camino from lodging to lodging: We take care of moving your luggage from one hotel to another, so you can walk comfortably without weight.
1 package of 18-20 Kgs per person is included in our routes. We tranfer (Sport Bags, suitcases, etc)
You only need to carry only the essentials with you while you just leave the rest of your luggage in the morning back-8 am at the reception’s hotel and find it again in the next accommodation.
If you want we transfer more than 1 package per person you have to inform us before starting your Camino and we will inform about the additional charges.
When you do the final payment, we will send you by e-mail the main information you need to do the Camino de Santiago.When you arrive to the Camino we will provide you all the information in paper.
It is the document where you will put the stamps from churches, hotels, restaurants… from the places you pass along the different stages. You need at least two stamps or to be sealed twice in each stage. You will see that there are some boxes in the documents that you need to seal. Once in Santiago you have to show this document if you want to receive “La Compostela
It is a document that, if you wish, you can get at the “Oficina de atención del peregrino”, located at “Rua do Vilar”, just next to the cathedral, at the back part of the “Plaza de Platerías”. This document proves that you have done at least the las 100 kilometres on foot, or 200 Kms by bicycle.
You can start the day you want. We organize the Camino for you, it doesn't matter if you do the Camino alone.
If you want to know our advices, you can check: useful information
The Camino de Santiago has all amenities you need (health centers, local police, Banks, shops of all kinds, Pharmacies, etc..)
We provide you a travel assistance insurance in case you need during you Camino de Santiago.
Everybody can do the Camino, regardless of age or physical condition. We recommend to adequate your physical condition before to start the Camino.
We walk an average of 22 Kms, on stage. 4 Kms per hour. We walk through rural roads.
In case you get injured oryou are extremely tired you can call us and our support vehicle carry you to the end of the stage.
You can check our special section to reach the Camino.
From Spain, the main pilgrimage route to Santiago is the "French Way" (Spanish: Camino Frances), which starts in Roncesvalles. The second most popular route, in terms of the number of pilgrims who walk El Camino, is the “Aragonese Way” (Spanish: Camino Aragones), which starts in the Somport pass in the Pyrenees and joins the “French Way” at Puente La Reina.
Other important routes are the “Portuguese Way” (Spanish: Camino Portugues), the “Silver Route” (Spanish: La Via de la Plata), the “English Way” (Spanish:Camino Ingles) and the “Sanabra or Mozarabe Way”. However, due to the resurgence and popularity of El Camino, new pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela are constantly being added.
Cancellation Insurance is an optional service, not included in the programs. The customer can ask for information to the Travel Agency.
The route is perfectly marked by yellow arrows, kilometre posts at road junctions and Scallop Shell showing you the way.You will pass through tiny villages where you will be able to find different services in case you need them (Banks, health centers, restaurants, pharmacy)