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.
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
"Made To Measure" walks to fit your own pace on the last section of the Camino. Our 14-night itinerary averages the shortest possible walks of 4 -8 miles a day. So, take your time, enjoy the scenery and soak up the Camino atmosphere at your own pace.
This peaceful, last stretch of all the Caminos ends at Cape Finisterre and the final 0.0km waymarker. This traditional extension to the Camino earns you the Fisterrana certificate. Enjoy sandy beaches and the famous Atlantic sunsets of World’s End.
Second only to the iconic French Way of St James this is an increasingly popular Camino de Santiago. The Portuguese Way is an enchanting route that winds northwards from the heart of Portugal, with all the history, tradition and varied landscapes.
Walk the ancient pilgrim path to Rome through enchanting Tuscan landscapes, with Sienna and San Gimignano - the Manhattan of Tuscany - just two of the highlights. Enjoy excellent local cuisine & wine. 7 nights to Sienna or 9 nights to Buenconvento
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.