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Camino de Santiago Tours

Experience the most iconic pilgrim route in the world with us on our Camino de Santiago tours, available from Ireland. Whether you want a healthy challenge, to walk it for a personal journey, a new social experience or to simply get a flavour of the famous pilgrimage; you'll uncover the best pathways with us on a guided walking tour of the Camino de Santiago.

Camino de Santiago Guided Tours

There are many Camino de Santiago routes coming from different points across Europe; the most popular come from France, Portugal and different parts of Spain, each with its own unique history.

We offer three different, but equally incredible, Camino de Santiago guided tours on popular Camino routes.

The most famous route today is the so-called French Way, which developed as the main way to Santiago after the 10th century, with towns and villages developing along the way to host the pilgrims. Two of our Camino holidays take on varying parts of the French Way and another trekking the Portuguese Coastal Way.

Many people embark on the Camino, even if they are not religious, as it's more than a pilgrimage. It's an unforgettable walking adventure, a way to connect with nature and it offers a feeling of tranquillity. We offer a range of Camino de Santiago walking holidays to suit various levels of ability and fitness.

Our Camino de Santiago guided tours from Ireland include return flights, accommodation, ground transfers and walking tours with an expert local guide.

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Top Things To See When Hiking The Camino de Santiago

The Portuguese Way

The Portuguese Way

This section of the Camino de Santiago follows the Atlantic Coast from the elegant seaside town of Baiona, located in the northwest of Spain, towards the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Santiago de Compostela. Discover the wild Atlantic beauty and sandy beaches of Galicia as you spend three days walking along the coastline before heading inland through woodlands and small villages.

Rioja Region

Rioja Region

For wine lovers, a visit to the vineyards in the Rioja region is included as part of our Footsteps of the Camino holiday. It is a fantastic way to soak up the atmosphere of the Spanish countryside and an ideal opportunity to relax and unwind after a day of walking along the Camino de Santiago.

The French Way

The French Way

Our walking section of the Camino de Santiago starts in Sarria and covers the last 100km of the Camino Francés, the minimum required to apply for your Compostela certificate. The Camino will take you across woodlands, farmland and rustic hamlets, following tracks and paths lined by granite stone walls. The green rolling landscape of Galicia is part of each day’s walk, until you approach your final destination: the mythical city of Santiago de Compostela.

Bay Of Vigo

Bay Of Vigo

As you walk along the coastal section of The Portuguese Way, you will have striking views out across the Bay of Vigo. Not only was the bay area one of the settings for Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, it was also the site of the Battle of Vigo Bay which was fought between Anglo-Dutch and Franco-Spanish forces in 1702.

Camino Walking Holidays & Tours

Millions have walked the Camino de Santiago, for spiritual or religious reasons, to gain inspiration, to experience the unique natural landscape or for the fascinating culture. Walking along the Camino de Santiago with a group is perfect for those curious to experience this famous pilgrimage route and have the comfort of knowing that our expert walking guide will be with you all the way to share their insights and highlights of the Camino. There is nothing like the sense of accomplishment you feel after the end of a day on the Camino, so lace up those walking boots and join us on this adventure. 

Camino de Santiago Tour Features

  • Take a walking tour of Bilbao and visit the Guggenheim Museum.
  • Experience incredible landscapes, historic towns and woodlands as you trek the Camino.
  • Sample some of Rioja’s famous red wine on a guided winery tour.
  • Walk the world’s most famous pilgrimage with like-minded people.
  • Discover ancient churches, quaint villages & authentic tapas spots along the Camino route.

Camino de Santiago Walking Holiday FAQS

How fit do I need to be to walk the Camino?


For our Footsteps of the Camino tour, you need to be reasonably fit with some walking experience. There will be four walking days with an average distance of 11KM per day.  For the Last 100KM and The Portuguese Coastal Way Camino tours you need to have a good level of fitness and enjoy walking at a fast pace. Some previous hill walking experience is required. A walking day is normally 5-7 hours covering an average walking distance between 14-28KM.

Do I need to carry all my luggage whilst walking the Camino?


No, you just need to take a day backpack. All large suitcases will be transported on the coach.

What should I pack for my Camino walking holiday?


We recommend to pack the following items:

  • Walking shoes or boots in mountainous terrain
  • Socks for walking (1000 miles socks recommended)
  • Hiking trousers. Convertible with zip recommended (No jeans)
  • After-hike shoes
  • Short-sleeved shirts or T-shirts
  • Long sleeved shirt
  • Polar fleece
  • Underwear (thermal)
  • Rain jacket
  • Sun hat or cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Toiletries
  • Water bottle
  • Extra clothing for cold sensitive individuals
  • Sun cream
  • Plastic bags
  • Day bag (15-20 litres)
  • Snacks

We would also recommend taking a First aid kit containing:

  • Anti-inflammatory cream
  • Plasters
  • Blister plasters (ie: compede)
  • Aspirin/Paracetamol for headaches or other pain
  • Antihistamine tablets (for allergies)

What should I carry in my day backpack whilst hiking the Camino?


For your Camino hike we suggest taking the following:

  • Sun hat or cap (we recommend wide brimmed hats)
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottle
  • Sun cream
  • Snacks
  • Small personal first aid kit
  • Rain jacket (weather dependent)
  • Extra clothing for cold sensitive individuals

How far do I have to walk to get the Camino Certificate?


Whilst anyone can buy a Pilgrim Passport and collect stamps along the way as a souvenir, to truly earn your official  Camino Compostela certificate, you need to have walked more than 100km or cycled more than 200km. You will need to prove this based on the stamps in your Passport and can get the official Compostela Certificate from the Pilgrim’s office in Santiago de Compostela.

What if there is an emergency?


We have local representatives in all of our destinations who are available 24/7 as well as an emergency contact number for our offices in Ireland should you ever need it.

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