Individual trip to Compostelle

Three itineraries, three unique ‘camino’

Portuguese Camino

From Porto to Porto, with a stop at Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle

The Portuguese Camino, offers an alternative full of adventure to get to Santiago de Compostela by traveling through Portugal and Spain (Galicia). Your starting point will be Ponte de Lima, not only the oldest city in Portugal, but also the point of convergence of the historic Jacquaire paths coming from the south and the center of Portugal.

Via Lusitana will offer you diversified stages, with pretty trails, pretty villages and lush nature. Your environment will be composed of eucalyptus, pines, oaks, vines. You will walk on sandy paths, ancient Roman roads, agricultural paths and small country roads. History and tradition, beautiful hilly landscapes, bucolic undergrowth and beautiful bunches of grapes in season await you.

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Camino Frances

From Bordeaux to Madrid

The Camino Francès is the most popular of Spanish paths: monuments, bridges, towers, churches or hospitals mark out the path over more than 800 km. This path has been listed as World Heritage by UNESCO since 1993.

The climb to Roncesvalles is one of the highlights of this path. You will cross Basque Country then Navarre. Superb hiking stages mark out your route: Pamplona, ​​Puente la Reina then Logroño, the capital of Rioja.

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Camino del Norte

From Madrid to Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle

The Camino del Norte, between land and sea, will take you to Santiago de Compostela with the ocean on your side. You will discover pretty fishing villages, charming beaches, and beautiful cities with a rich cultural heritage.

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