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Our Trips on the Camino Francés

Well after the early days of the pilgrimage following the Camino Primitivo and Camino del Norte, a new route to Compostela was established and became known as the Camino Frances or “French” Way as it was used by pilgrims coming from France, crossing the Pyrenees at Somport in the Kingdom of Aragón or Roncesvalles in Navarre.

For various reasons, this route eventually became the most popular, and is now followed by the majority of modern-day pilgrims. The Camino Frances follows somewhat gentler terrain than the Camino Primitivo or Camino del Norte (still plenty of good climbs though!) and due to its popularity over the ages, there are many more hamlets, villages and towns, and therefore lots of interesting artistic-historical sights. The Camino Francés is the most well-known of all the Caminos and naturally you’ll find many more pilgrims sharing the trail. One thing we really like is that it passes through a great variety of landscapes, ecosystems and climate, making for an interesting transition as you follow the Way westward.

Guided

In 2019, we will only offer guided trips on the Camino Frances on a PRIVATE or CUSTOM basis for groups of 4 or more people. If your group is interested, just write us an email describing your idea or go to our Custom Trip page.

Self Guided

Highlights of León & the Final Stages of the Camino Francés.  Three trips – 7, 8 or 9 Nights.

Only offered by Iberian Adventures, these trips allow you to experience not only the Camino in Galicia, but also the completely different culture and environment in the neighboring Castilla y León region and the sensation of transition as the Way moves westward from one area to another. All 3 trips start in the wonderful pilgrimage city of León and then depending on your time available, offer a selection of the best walks and sights of the Camino on its way through León province into Galicia. All trips cover the final stages to Santiago de Compostela, including the “last 100 km”, the minimum distance to qualify for the Compostela certificate.

Camino Frances Leon to Santiago 7 nights

7 Nights – Camino Francés: Highlights of León & the Final 115 km to Santiago.

8 Days, 7 Nights, with 5 full days of walking. Self-Guided. 1st night in León, 2nd night in Villafranca del Bierzo, start walking from Sarria, where the "Final 100 km" […]
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Camino Frances Leon to Santiago 8 nights

8 Nights – Camino Francés: Highlights of León & the Final 135 km to Santiago.

9 Days, 8 Nights, with 6 days of walking. Self-Guided.  1st night in León, 2nd night in Villafranca del Bierzo, start walking from Triacastela – one of the 1st towns […]
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Camino Santiago Frances Leon to Santiago 9 nights

9 Nights – Camino Francés: Highlights of León & the Final 150 km to Santiago

10 Days, 9 Nights, with 7 days of walking. Self-Guided. 1st night in León, 2nd night in Villafranca del Bierzo, start walking from O'Cebreiro, 1st town on the Way in […]
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The final 1/3 of the Camino Frances

After a first night in the historic city of León, this itinerary covers approximately the final one third of the entire Camino Frances route in Spain – 280 km / 174 miles – all the way to the Apostle’s resting place at the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. Only offered for a minimum of 4 people. 

The final 1/3 of the Camino Frances

After a first night in the historic city of León, this itinerary covers approximately the final one third of the entire Camino Frances route in Spain – 280 km / 174 miles – all the way to the Apostle’s resting place at the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. Only offered for a minimum of 4 people. 

Camino Santiago Frances Leon to Santiago 15 nights

15 Nights – Camino Francés: León & the Final 280 km to Santiago

15 Nights with 13 days walking & 1 rest day. A Self-Guided Trip. After a first night in the historic city of León, you'll walk the final 280 km / […]

The Camino Frances Routes Across the Pyrenees from France to Spain

These trips follow the historic routes crossing the magnificent Pyrenees mountains from France into Spain. There were 2 main routes: the more well-known route via Roncesvalles in Navarre and the much less travelled – but perhaps more spectacular – route via Somport Pass in Aragón. Both routes merge & become one, just to the south of Pamplona.

The Complete Camino Frances from the Pyrenees to Santiago – a custom trip.

This itinerary covers the entire final 790 kilometers / 490 miles of the Camino Frances route, beginning in St. Jean Pied de Port – last town in France – hiking across the mighty Pyrenees into Spain, and all the way to the Apostle’s resting place in the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. Only offered on a custom basis, with daily stages tailored to your available dates and walking ability, for a minimum of 4 people.

Camino Santiago Frances St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago

34 – 44 Nights – St. Jean Pied de Port (France) to Santiago

35 – 45 Day Independent Itinerary on the Camino Frances, from St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela. This itinerary covers the entire final 790 kilometers / 490 […]