Self-Guided Trips on the Camino de Santiago
We’ve been operating self-guided walking tours on the Camino since the 1990′s – in fact we were probably the very first company to offer such a trip! We are experts, as many hundreds of happy customers will testify!
A self-guided trip allows you the independence, flexibility and freedom to start when you want, walk at your own pace and stop wherever you like along the way. You can relax and enjoy your holiday, knowing we take care of all the details and provide the support you need, including:
- a well-designed itinerary
- great lodgings
- daily luggage transfer
- reliable route notes
- local telephone number to call in case of problems or emergencies
The Camino Frances in Galicia – “standard” daily distances
These 3 “Galician Caminos” are perfect for those with less time, and just want to walk the final stages of the Camino from or near the Galician border into Santiago. Daily distances average 22.5 km / 14 miles.
The Gentle Camino Frances – with “short” daily distances
We offer several versions of the “Galician Caminos” from Sarria with shorter walking stages for those who prefer less walking. Daily distances average 16 km / 10 miles. Contact us for more details.
Sections of the Camino Frances between the France-Spain border and Galicia
This first Camino covers the attractive and varied terrain from St. Jean Pied de Port—the last town in France—across the Pyrenees mountains and into the Spanish provinces of Navarre and La Rioja.
This next itinerary follows the Camino as it continues across Spain’s most famous wine-producing region—la Rioja— enters “la Meseta”, the high plains of Castile, and ends in the historic city of Burgos.
This next Camino traverses the flattest stages of the Way across the vast high plains of Castile – in the provinces of Burgos, Palencia and León
On this Camino you’ll experience a fascinating change in environment, architecture and culture as the Way leaves Castile to finally enter the green hills of Galicia.
See photo gallery of some of our trips over the years on the Camino