Since the Middle Ages, pilgrims from all over the world have travelled the Camino de Santiago to visit Santiago de Compostela and its cathedral, where the remains of St James are allegedly buried.
Today, the Camino is more than just a pilgrimage, it is a unique cultural experience that attracts many walkers of all nationalities every year.
We organise self-guided and guided tours, both cycling and walking, on the many Camino routes across France, Portugal and Spain.
We also organise walking holidays on the Camino to Rome (Via Francigena) and St Francis Way pilgrim trail in Italy; as well as cycling and walking holidays in Ireland at IrelandWays.com and other exciting hiking and trekking adventures at TrekkingBug.com.
Our tours give travellers a real opportunity to experience nature and the local culture of the different destinations.
Hiking & Trekking
Muxia Sanctuary by the Atlantic Ocean, Camino de Santiago
The magic of the Camino in just one week
Thousands of pilgrims from all nationalities walk the Camino de Santiago routes each year (over 300,000 in 2018 alone!) but not all...