Consult the most frequent questions that during the years other pilgrims have asked us. Surely many of them solve many of your initial doubts before starting your Camino de Santiago organized.

Types of accommodation

The accommodations we offer our clients are of high quality. We work with Hotels, Hostels, Pazos and Rural Houses with charm and private bathroom. They have the necessary services that will be very useful after their daily stages. All establishments have been supervised by our team, according to their comfort, facilities and humane treatment.

The establishments are mostly located in the end-of-stage localities. However, in some cases, always looking for the best available option and the closest approach to the rural environment, we would move them to rural accommodation within a radius of a few kilometers. The next day, they would be reincorporated at the beginning of the stage.

When performing the Camino on dates of free choice, and being accommodations with limited capacity, The exact name of the same will be provided once you have made a firm reservation of your trip. In the tabs of the different routes, you can see a selection of images of possible accommodations where they will stay, varying according to their availability.

The double rooms are not shared with other pilgrims. In case of doing only the Camino, you will stay in a single room.

Comfort and rest is one of our main objectives. Mundiplus never offers hostels.

Food in the lodgings

Our roads include, together with the accommodation, breakfast or breakfast and dinner of great quality and variety.

The meals are not included in our routes so they can walk according to their rhythm and possibilities, and not to establish an arrival time that conditions their journey. We recommend you take some food on the road: sandwich, sandwich, energy bars, some fruit, water, etc. In any of the localities of the Camino you can find food stores without any problem. They can also stop and eat something on the Camino or enjoy the food at the end of the stage.

Those people with food limitations (vegetarians, vegans, etc.) should inform us to take their demands into account. However, they should also know it in the different lodgings before each meal.

When should I make the reservation?

The contracting of the trip must be done with at least 7 days in advance at the beginning of your trip to be able to carry out all the relevant procedures of the same. On certain dates the occupation on the Camino is maximum, so we recommend that when you have decided the dates proceed to perform the procedures of the reservation to ensure availability, and we can start working on your Camino.

Transportation of luggage

It is transported a lump with a maximum weight of 23Kgs, per person, from the accommodation where you stay overnight to the accommodation where you will stay in the next stage, so that you make the way in a pleasant way. They carry suitcases, sports bags, backpacks.

If you want to move more than one package per person, it will involve an additional supplement. They must inform of this circumstance before beginning their trip.

We provide you with an identification tag, which you must place in a visible place on your luggage.

Baggage must be left at the hotel reception, before 8 am, to proceed with the transfer.

They will be able to take with them a small backpack with the essentials.

When do I receive the documentation?

The main information of your trip will be sent to you via e-mail, in the Approximately 7-9 days, after having made the total payment of your Reserve. Once you arrive at the first accommodation, you will receive at the reception of the same information and complementary printed documentation (request it upon your arrival please)

Pilgrim's Credential

It is the document in which it is accredited, through stamped stamps, that the Camino is taking place, for the successive places for which the pilgrim goes to Santiago de Compostela. Your presentation will be essential, at the time of obtaining «La Compostela».

We provide it before your departure along with all the necessary documentation to undertake your route.

The Compostela

It is the document that has been issued, for centuries, to the pilgrim who has made the Santiago's road, for religious or faith reasons. At present, it must be proven that they have gone, at least Last 100 Kms, until Santiago de Compostela, or the last 200 Kms, if it was done by bicycle.

It is issued in the Pilgrim Office, next to the Cathedral, upon presentation of the Pilgrim Credential.

Departure dates

They will be able to freely decide the dates and the place of departure that they wish. The trip is not subject to any group, so only a minimum of one participant is required.

Helpful tips

If you want to know our tips, visit the section Useful information.

Services available on the Camino

The Camino de Santiago has, along the many kilometers through which runs all kinds of services you may need (Health Centers, Local Police and Civil Guard, Banks, shops of all kinds, Pharmacies, bars, shops, restaurants , etc.)

Travel assistance insurance

We provide you with a complete Travel assistance insurance with coverage in Spain, in the case of having to require assistance in it.

Who can realize the Way?

Anyone who wants it, no matter the age or physical condition. It is advisable that, prior to the completion of the same, have adapted their physical condition with walks that go from less to more kilometers.

How are the stages?

The stages that are going to be carried out are planned so that any person can carry them out without great difficulties. We go through a average of 22 Kms, by stage. A person with a physical preparation normail will travel approximately 4 Kms to the hour approximately. But the time that we dedicate to the breaks or to eat some food.

The land through which it runs are rural roads, mostly, with some sections of asphalt, with little traffic, so that safety is maximum.

The orography of the land is wavy and smoothand, in most of the route, without great difficulties to the march.

Problems with walking

There are routes that we offer in Services including a Assistance vehicle en route, in case of emergency (injury or any type of physical problem that prevents them from completing the stage). The assistance vehicle will be available once they are on route, being of exclusive use for this purpose.

In those routes where this service is not offered, you will always have at your disposal an assistance telephone number that will help you in case of any emergency en route.

How to move to the Camino?

Consult with our team and you will receive personalized advice on the different transport possibilities.

How many roads are there?

From Spain, the main pilgrimage route to Santiago, is the French Way, which enters from France through Roncesvalles. It follows, in terms of the number of pilgrims who travel, the Aragonese road, which enters from France through the port of Somport, joining the French, in Puente la Reina.

Other roads, are the Path Portuguese, Vía de la Plata, the Path English, the North road, Path Primitive, Fisterra TrailPath Sanabrés or Mozarabic, as more important. However, due to the resurgence of the Camino years ago, new pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela are being incorporated day by day.

Cancellation insurance

Cancellation insurance is an optional service, contracting it is an option that the client must request. In case of cancellation of the trip, the client must inform directly with the insurance company.

Can I travel alone?

You can hire our services without any problem, since we designed the route exclusively for you. The accommodation will be in a single room, since it is not possible to share a room with other clients.

Starting the route alone does not mean walking alone to Santiago de Compostela. The same day of your arrival at the beginning of the first stage, in the accommodation, you will meet more pilgrims with whom if you wish you can start walking the next day, and with which you will go coinciding day after day. The groups are formed spontaneously. All pilgrims are open to meet people and share the incredible experience of the Camino. So you can decide who to walk with, by affinity, age, pace of walking, etc.

On the Road «YOU WILL NEVER BE ALONE». The Camino is perfectly safe and is perfectly signposted, so you should not worry about any details. The Mundiplus Team will always be at your disposal.

More information of the Camino in soliciter in our blog.

Road Signaling

The Camino de Santiago is located perfectly signposted through numerous and different signals, such as yellow arrows- mainly - kilometric poles, stones, etc. In addition, when traveling through numerous population centers, it will always have the absolute predisposition of its inhabitants, happy to be able to help them if they need it.

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