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Camino de Santiago

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Half-Day Way of St James Hiking Tour from San Sebastián
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5 days ago
“Section Trekking Camino works for us ”
6 days ago
“Very Stimulating Adventure”
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Last October, we began the Camino de Santiago in St. Jean Pied de Port – and spent a little over two weeks on the Camino section hiking Pyrenees route CHALLENGING but magnificent. May this year we returned to pick up & continue. It works for...More

Thank Vicimamma
Reviewed 6 days ago

In Aug-Oct 2016, We hiked the entire French Route going from St Jean de Port, France to Santiago in 39 days. We stayed overnight an extra day in Pamplona, Burgos, and Leon. They were rewarding rest stops. Stayed mostly in hostels. Back then there were...More

Thank kenracine
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We used a company called Walks in Spain and every aspect of their help was top notch. We had to end our trip suddenly due to a family medical emergency, and Paul even helped us change our arrangements and got us quickly and safely back...More

Thank dbarlow24
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I recently did what I would considered the pedestrian version of the Camino de Santiago but nonetheless it was a fabulous experience and one that I would recommend to anyone who is physically capable of walking 110 km over how many days...More

Thank Sacramentodude
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We only had a few weeks off so we decided to walk from St-Jean Pied de Port to Burgos. This part is considered to be the most beautiful on the Camino Frances and although i haven't seen the rest, the views and towns are simply...More

1  Thank Gperez72
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I walked from Sarria as it was my first time . What an amazing experience ! I will do it again next year !! Never felt unsafe . It is the most touristy way to do it but its the best way if its your...More

3  Thank Bencosme
Reviewed 15 April 2017

This being my first time to walk the Camino, I started the walk in Sarria, Spain. It was 110 km from Sarria to Santiago de Compestela and I was not quite trained as I thought I was. The downhill descents was tougher on my body...More

2  Thank Christopher I
Reviewed 4 April 2017

I "only" traveled from Sarria due to time constraints. As a female solo traveler I was hesitant but felt as ease walking through Northern Spain. I stayed in hotels versus albergues. I stopped at several cafes along the way for food and rest and found...More

4  Thank Debbie G
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Walked the last part of the Camino de Santiago with a company called Walks in Spain, in 2013. This was my first walking holiday. Walks in Spain made this holiday all the more amazing because of the carefully chosen hotels and guest houses and the...More

Thank Gail O
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Not to be missed. It takes a long time, but to embark on this type of experience in life where we rely on things other than ourselves and what is familiar, to find gratitude in the small things again, is critical. It is a sacred...More

9  Thank Maria C
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emzonesnyc
Hi, what's the weather to do Camino during 1st week of June? Do I need to bring fleece and jacket or will it be like summer and just need a rain jacket?
22 May 2017|
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sah49
Hello, how long did it take for you to do this walk ? Is it hard or relatively easy if you are fit ? Thanks.
1 May 2017|
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Response from maguzawa | Reviewed this property |
Easy if you are fit and go at your pace. I have seen all sizes, ages and shapes walk teh Camino. Most pilgrims find walking 20-25 km/day reasonable; but depending on the time you have and where you start, this may change... More
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ebyam2017
Was it lonely to walk so many days by yourself?
13 April 2017|
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Response from Debbie G | Reviewed this property |
I traveled solo but met people all along the way. I walked alone some and walked with others some so it was a good mix. This was in late March so not as many pilgrims but I never felt lonely. Depending in the time of year... More
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