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.
Cycle Sienese white tracks through the Tuscan landscape. In Lazio province enjoy sunsets over Lake Bolsena, take the ancient Via Cassia to Viterbo, join the Etruscan path to Sutri’s amphitheatre & finally the River Tiber path to St Peter’s Basilica, Rome.
If you’re looking to walk the last 100 km of the Camino on a limited budget - this is the option for you. You’ll stay in pilgrim albergues, providing dormitory accommodation with bunk beds, shared bathrooms (both male/female split) & kitchen facilities.
This historic trail crosses Spain from northwest to southeast following in the footsteps of this legendary medieval knight. This first stage starts at his hometown near Burgos, following his flight into exile with his loyal band of knights and soldiers.
Tours for school groups along the last 100 km of the Camino finishing in Santiago. Accommodation is provided in private dormitories in hostals in the main Camino centres. All meals provided. Baggage service, airport transfers & vehicle support available.
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.
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.