This page lists all current tours on the Walk the Camino website. You can narrow down the results, by choosing a starting country from the options listed. Click on any tour listing for more information.
The final stage of the most famous Camino is the "classic" route of 115km to Santiago - typically taken as a 5 or 6-day walk. You will be eligible for the "Compostela" certificate emitted by the Pilgrim Office in Santiago. Or try our Gentle Steps version
This is the iconic Camino de Santiago route, extending 480 miles / 770 km, from the French Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. Our tailored itineraries allow you to walk it all in one or in shorter stages as your time permits.
This last section of the Portuguese Camino begins on the banks of the River Miño at the charming border town of Tui. This ancient way follows tracks and paths through woodland, farmland, villages, towns and historic cities.
The Portugues Camino has recently been renovated with new waymarking installed along the old coastal route. Following the Atlantic coast from Porto to Santiago, it’s a journey through Celtic, Roman & Christian civilisations on the way to Santiago.
Once a Roman thoroughfare between south and northern Spain, this last section of Via de la Plata features rural walks and lovely country house hotels. Featuring warm hospitality, great cuisine and wine, you have a driver for baggage and local transfers.
From Le Puy, the trail crosses the highlands of the Massif Central, the green pastures of the south-west and the Pays Basque which has a gentler climate. The terrain is varied and very scenic, at times demanding and rarely flat, with views to the Pyrenees