Camino de Santiago Walking Experience

7 days / 6 Nights

Camino De Santiago Walking Experience

7 Days / 6 Nights
Departures: January - December 2023

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Trip Style
Independent Travel

Hiking & Trekking

Departure city: Sarria, Spain
End city: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Stress Free
Have everything organised before you go
If you find a trip that you like you can customise it

Walk 115km of the ancient Camino de Santiago through Northern Spain. Follow in the footsteps of centuries of Christian Pilgrims as they made this spiritually and physically demanding journey to Santiago de Compostela. Push yourself, breathe adventure, and see truly unforgettable views on the journey of a lifetime!



  • Walk 115 km through the North of Spain
  • Meet other pilgrims and explore small towns
  • Experience an unforgettable journey


tour accommodation type
6 Nights Accommodation
in single or shared accommodation
meals included on tour
6 Breakfasts
hiking tours
navigate on your own on a pre-set customisable itinerary
guided activities
Only with some of the activities
  • Guide/Tour Leader
  • Airport Transfers
  • Tips
  • Other Meals/Drinks
  • Optional Activities
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in 'inclusions'


Departure Time: 02:00 pm

Duration: 6 days

Sarria accommodation check-in


Today you’ll make your way to your accommodation in Sarria to get checked in. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure to relax, explore, and get ready for your big adventure. Overnight in Sarria.

Walk from Sarria to Portomarín – 22.5 km 


Get ready for the first day of a truly unforgettable journey! This is a relatively easy day of walking with moderate inclines and descents. From the stairs leading you out of Sarria, you will be following some beautiful paths lined with oak and chestnut groves, small creeks and ancient monuments. Pass by the 12th-century Romanesque monastery of Barbadelo and the 100km sign at La Compostelana, the minimum distance a pilgrim needs to walk to obtain their official Camino de Santiago Pilgrim’s certificate. In the medieval village of Portomarín, you will find the Church of St. Nicolás and plenty of cafés and restaurants where you can treat yourself to a well-deserved dinner.


Meals: B

Walk from Portomarín to Palas de Rei – 24.8 km


Today you will be crossing the river Miño (Galicia’s longest river) and ascending steadily towards the Serra de Ligonde, going 350m to 725m of altitude. Pass charming little villages such as Gonzar and Ventas de Narón and perhaps take a break at a Romanesque Church in Santa María in Castromaior or Eirexe. Today’s journey ends in Palas de Rei, a town full of history and at one time a mandatory stopover for pilgrims. Here you can also find some of Galicia’s most outstanding and best-preserved murals.


Meals: B

Walk from Palas de Rei to Arzúa – 28.5 km 


Today you’ll continue downhill, passing the village of Casanova and the delightful village of Leboreiro. You can have a break in the lively market town of Melide (454m), where we recommend trying the octopus (Pulpo Galego), one of Galicia’s most classic dishes. From here the Camino crosses several streams and follows a forest path bringing you to the village of Boente and the church of Santiago. Next is the pretty medieval hamlet of Ribadiso and finally the town of Arzúa (389m).


Meals: B

Walk from Arzúa to O Pedrouzo – 20 km


An exhilarating atmosphere unfolds as your journey's end draws closer. Pilgrims now feel the close joy of having reached their goal and they begin to revel in happiness and relief with the many companions they met along the way. Today’s walk is along natural pathways through tall groves of Eucalyptus that provide superb shade during your walk.


Meals: B

Walk from O Pedrouzo to Santiago de Compostela – 19.4 km


This is the final day of your journey to Santiago. After the last 20km, passing through small villages and feeling the thrill of the finish line rushing closer, you will arrive in Santiago to get your last Pilgrim’s stamp and La Compostelana. You can attend the Pilgrim’s Mass and enjoy the city of Santiago and its small streets full of restaurants and bars. Feel the history - and the thousands of pilgrims’ histories - which for many years has been building the bridge between the ancient and the modern Santiago.


Meals: B

Santiago de Compostela accommodation check-out


All good things must end. Today your adventure ends after check-out. Happy trails!


Meals: B

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