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Schools Camino Tour

Schools Camino Tour

FromGBP£585
Learn about this school Camino de Santiago tour from Walk the Camino. Walk with your school group along the last 100 km of the Camino. Read more!
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Full Camino Portuguese

Full Camino Portuguese

FromGBP£2,550
Walk the westernmost fringes of southern Europe from Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela, filled from end to end with UNESCO heritage sites. From Porto choose between the traditional inland way or the new coastal Camino. There’s an optional visit to Fatima.
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Camino Aragon

Camino Aragon

FromGBP£830
Crossing the majestic Pyrenees into Aragon the Way extends 166 km to join up with the Camino Frances, more remote and less frequented, journey through an ever-changing landscape of mountains, river valleys, open plains & Jaca’s lonely lunar landscape.
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Ponferrada's Knights Templar Castle is your starting point
Camino Invierno

Camino Invierno – The Winter Way

FromGBP£765
The Winter Way is an alternative to the Galician section of the Camino Frances. Traditionally, it’s the way pilgrims walked to avoid Galicia’s Os Ancares mountains, which can be impassable with snow. A tranquil and lesser-known walk thru’ a magical land.
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Japan’s Shikoku 88

Japan’s Shikoku 88

FromGBP£2,240
Shikoku island is home to an ancient walking trail connecting 88 Buddhist temples. Explore spectacular scenery, atmospheric temples and traditional rural inns, enjoy local flavours, soak in hot springs & experience genuinely warm hospitality and kindness.
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Arles Way

Arles Way

FromGBP£690
The Arles Way, or Via Tolosana, begins in Arles on the River Rhone heads west to Toulouse, then turns south to cross the Somport Pass in the Pyrenees where it meets the Camino Aragon in Spain - with Santiago de Compostela its final destination.
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Camino Primitivo - Last Section

Camino Primitivo – Last Section

FromGBP£680
The Compostela is the certificate of accomplishment eligible to those who complete a minimum of 100 km of the pilgrimage to arrive in Santiago de Compostela. This is the final stage of the Camino Primitivo from the ancient Roman city of Lugo to Santiago.
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Camino Ingles - English Way

Camino Ingles – English Way

FromGBP£425
In bygone times pilgrims from Northern Europe would travel to the Galician ports of Ferrol or A Coruña by sea, to commence their pilgrimage walk to Santiago de Compostela. Ferrol is 118 km & qualifies for the Compostela, but A Coruna is just under at 75.
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Camino El Cid on Horseback

Camino El Cid on Horseback

FromGBP£1,820
From the medieval town of Covarrubias, ride the historic trail of El Cid on a wonderful Spanish horse. Your host-guide has a full back up team to care for riders and horses. The hospitality is excellent and the ride passes through stunning landscapes.
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St Francis Way - Stage 4

St Francis Way – Stage 4 – Spoleto to Rieti

FromGBP£725
This stage of the St Francis Way continues south from Spoleto to the Santa Maria Della Foresta Sanctuary near Rieti. The trail passes through verdant forests past the magical Piediluco lake. Enjoy great panoramic walks with views of the Apennine peaks.
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St Francis Way - Stage 3

St Francis Way – Stage 3 from Assisi to Spoleto

FromGBP£725
Walk in the footsteps of St Francis, encountering ancient hermitages, chapels &crosses in the idyllic landscapes of Tuscany and Umbria. Discover echoes of Francis in the shady forests, orchards, olive groves and fields of wheat and barley - so uplifting!
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St Francis Way - Stage 2

St Francis Way – Stage 2 from Citta to Assisi

FromGBP£725
St Francis of Assisi a mystical person, whose charisma and philosophy are still respected the world over today. Follow his paths and discover traces of hermitages, chapels and crosses through a landscape of shady forests, orchards and olive groves.
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