Full Camino Del Norte is a route of Camino de Santiago that follows the Northern Coast of Spain from San Sebastian to Santiago de Compostela. A physically challenging 783 km pilgrimage that passes through four regions: the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia, each region with its unique beauty, history and culture.

What to expect along the way

The stunning coastal scenery allows you time and space to contemplate and enjoy peace and solidarity while offering camaraderie from fellow pilgrims.

Full Camino Del Norte is known for the most dramatic scenery of Camino de Santiago. You are in for a visual treat, walking in many varying and spectacular natural landscapes. Passing secluded beaches, climbing rocky coves, shaded by pine and eucalyptus forests and so much more. Meander through small villages and historic towns with architectural wonders and fascinating cities. There is something to capture and hold your attention at every turn. You will walk on mixed terrain from rocky outcrops, bush paths, and urban streets.

History and Culture

A few of the most famous sites of each region are;

  • The world-famous Guggenheim Museum and Basilica of Begona in the Basque Region, in Bilbao.
  • Then Urdiales Castro Complex, one of the most important monuments in Cantabria along with the Royal Palace of La Magdalena the crown jewel of the Camino del Norte for some.
  • In Austurias located in Priesca is the Hermitage of San Salvador De Priesca of pre-Romanesque architecture, typical of the region and the magical Historical centre of Aviles.
  • There is the stunning Gothic architecture of Galicia’s Monastery of Santa María de Sobrado and the Cathedral of Mondonedo. And this is just a teaser! there is so much more to see…

As your imagination is captured with the history your taste buds will be delighted as you consume some of the most amazing food and wine ever. Eat from humble local fare to Michelin-starred restaurants, with a wide variety of specialities in each region that will leave you astonished. Fortunately, you will be walking it off 😅.

Eventually, you will move away from the coast in Ribadeo and head southwest towards Santiago de Compostela. Your destination and rewarding finish to an incredible adventure at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

Buen Camino!

  • Difficulty: Rest day
  • Length: 0 km.
  • Hours: 0h.

Today Day 1: San Sebastian (Donostia) is a stunning sophisticated coastal city in the Basque Country, Spain. There is so much to see and do here however it is especially famous for its beaches, culture, cuisine and festivals. Walk the Promenade then visit the old town by bar hopping your way from one end to the other and enjoy some Pinxos (Basque tapas).

Don’t overdo it though, you have a big first day ahead of you tomorrow!

Buen Camino!

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 22 km.
  • Hours: 6h.

Today Day 2: San Sebastian-Zarautz. Heading out of San Sebastian if you can’t initially find any arrows, keep the magnificent views of the Cantabrian Sea to your right. Finding arrows when exiting a city on the Camino can often be tricky. Once you are at the edge of the city the path is well-marked.

Along the Way

It is quite a steep incline as you exit the city however the view once you get to the high point is magnificent. You will soon see the Igeldo Lighthouse. As you climb up to the Monte Igueldo Mount, passing through Orio, a historic village declared a place of cultural interest. Wander through its old town and visit the Church of San Nicolas de Bari. Walk among vineyards and witness some impressive houses of granite and stone.

Alternative Path

Just before reaching Zarautz, there is an alternative route. A well-signed path that leads you through a camping ground to Mollarri de Zarautz a mineral loading dock located on the east side of Zarautz beach. This cultural heritage site can be visited from the outside with scenic coastal views.

While in Zarautz visit the convent of San José and the hermitage of Arritokieta. A beautiful coastal town known for its Gastronomy. enjoy your stay!

Buen Camino!

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 21 km.
  • Hours: 6h.

Today Day 3: Zarautz-Deba is a challenging day with many ups and downs. There are 2 paths today, you have a choice to follow the official path, which goes through the hills and vineyards, or the alternative path, which follows the coast and the beaches. Both paths offer stunning views of the sea and the cliffs, with some historical and cultural sites along the way.

Points of interest along the way

The town of Getaria, famous for its fishing port and its church of San Martín de Tours
The town of Zumaia, where you can see the church of San Salvador and the palace of Aldamar
The sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Itziar, a popular pilgrimage site
The geopark of Zumaia, where you can admire the geological formations of the flysch
The chapel of San Sebastián de Elorriaga, a Romanesque monument

Deba your destination for today is a small coastal town with a population of around 5,400 inhabitants. Visit the church of Santa María de Deba, the cave of Praileaitz, and the bridge of Deba

Buen Camino!

  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Length: 24 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 4: Deba to Markina-Xemein is a solitary walk with few services. Prepare your day pack with plenty of water and food for fuel. One of the tougher days running through the hilly rural Basque valley, with hamlets, forests, and meadows. From the Hermitage of Calvary, the path moves away from the coast and you will not see the sea for several days until Portugalete and Pobeña. This is also one of the most difficult climbs today up to 300m in just 3 kilometres.

Buen Camino! 

  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Length: 25.5 km.
  • Hours: 7.5h.

Day 5: Markina-Xemein to Gernika, is another long and difficult day. With rough mountainous terrain and some local roads. A steep climb after Bolibar to the monastery of Zenarruza (Ziortza). Here a community of Cistercian monks are found.  Your destination for today Gernika is home to Casa de Juntas and its famous Oak tree, it is customary that visitors go around the tree clockwise. The name of the town has been associated with the devastating bombing to which it was subjected in 1937. Picasso painted a painting in its memory.

Buen Camino! 

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 20 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

CDN-Day 6: Gernika to Lezama a demanding day through Vizcaya and its mountainous landscape with deep valleys. A challenging terrain dotted with forests, hamlets and meadows until Goikolexea. The most demanding is the climb to Mount Billikario around 300 meters ascent in just three kilometres.  At the end of the day there is relief as from Goikolexea to Lezama you have a relatively flat walk.

Buen Camino! 

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 11 km.
  • Hours: 3h.

CDN-Day 7: Lezama to Bilbao is a short stage with a difficult climb up Mount Avril. During the ascent, you will follow along a medieval road. On the descent, you pass the Begoña Basilica a temple built in the sixteenth century over a primitive hermitage, in honour of the patron saint of Bizkaia. The devotion to the Virgin of Begoña makes the pilgrimage to the Basilica of Begoña a tradition. Then continue, eventually arriving at Plaza de Unamuno. It is located in the old quarter of Bilbao. The Cathedral of Bilbao is a definite stop, dedicated to the Apostle Santiago.

This short day followed by a rest day, allows time to explore Bilbao the largest and most populated city on Camino del Norte.

Buen Camino! 

  • Difficulty: Rest day
  • Length: km.
  • Hours: h.

On Day 8: Bilbao enjoy your rest day among the life and atmosphere of Bilbao. The largest and most populated city on Camino del Norte

Gather your energy and indulge in Basque gastronomy. Visit Bilbao’s Casco Viejo: the historic quarters known as “the seven Streets” to taste their famous “pintxos” typical of Basque gastronomy. A not to be missed, is the impressive Guggenheim Museum, with some of the best art exhibitions in the country.

Buen Camino! 

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 13.5 km.
  • Hours: 3h.

CDN-Day 9: Bilbao to Portugalete, This stage is not difficult, however, it can be exhausting because of the urban jungle and the traffic noise, the most urban stage of the Camino del Norte. However, it also offers some interesting cultural and historical attractions.

Afterwards, a section through the forest then across the famous ‘Devil’s Bridge’, before arriving at the Hermitage of Santa Águeda. Then, an ascent to Mount Kobetas offers a panoramic view of the city and the river Nervión. The descent leads you to the suburbs of Barakaldo and Sestao, where you can see some examples of the Basque industrial heritage.

The final part of the stage follows the riverbank until you reach your destination Portugalete, a historic town with a beautiful old quarter and the famous Puente Colgante, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This suspension bridge connects Portugalete with Getxo. You can cross it by a gondola hanging from the cables.

Here in Portugalete is the opportunity to taste the local cuisine and the famous pintxos

Buen Camino! 

 

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 25.5 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 10: Portugalete to Castro Urdiales, today you leave the Urban jungle behind. Outside Portugalete, you begin walking on a bike path for around 10km. Where the bike path ends you cross La Arena beach to a pedestrian bridge over the River Bardadun. The much-loved Chapel of Nuestra Señora de Socorro de Pobeña is on the other side. It is here the local sailors would gather and decide whether to set sail or not, but not before asking for the protection of the Virgin for their fishing boats or ships.

Around 1km later you leave the Basque Country and enter the Autonomous Community of Cantabria.

Buen Camino!

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 25.5 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 11: Castro Urdiales to Laredo;  you will walk along the spectacular coastal cliffs of the Cantabrian Sea and also through some inland valleys with beautiful forest paths. Check your guidebook before departing as there is an alternate route at the halfway mark.

Decide which Route Suits You

Along the official route, the Chapel of San Mamés is an interesting stop. Then you pass through Hazas with its many Historical 16th century monuments.

The alternate route continues along the national road, your point of reference will be Mollaneda. From there you can continue walking inland, passing through Iseca Vieja, or take another alternative to the beautiful coastal path to Laredo.

Laredo is known nationally in the Cantabrian region for “La Salvé“, its 5 km long beach and for the historic part of town dating back to Roman times.

Buen Camino! 

 

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 14 km.
  • Hours: 3.5h.

Day 12: Laredo to Noja;

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 30 km.
  • Hours: 8.5h.

Day 13: Noja to Santander

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Day 14: Santander

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 17 km.
  • Hours: 4.5h.

Day 15: Santander to Puente Arce

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 19.5 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

Day 16: Puente Arce to Santillana Del Mar

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 22 km.
  • Hours: 6h.

Day 17: Santillana Del Mar to Comillas

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 26 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 18: Comillas to Unquera

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 24.5 km.
  • Hours: 6.5h.

Day 19: Unquera to Llanes

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 30 km.
  • Hours: 8.5h.

Day 20: Llanes to Ribadesella

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 20 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

Day 21: Ribadesella to Colunga

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 17.5 km.
  • Hours: 4.5h.

Day 22: Colunga to Villaviciosa

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  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Length: 30 km.
  • Hours: 9h.

Day 23: Villaviciosa to Gijon

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Day 24: Gijon

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 25.5 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 25: Gijon to Aviles

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 28 km.
  • Hours: 8h.

Day 26: Aviles to El Pito/Cudillero

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 29.5 km.
  • Hours: 8.5h.

Day 27: El Pito/Cudillero to Cadavedo

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 15.5 km.
  • Hours: 4h.

Day 28: Cadavedo to Luarca

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 20.5 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

Day 29: Luarca to Navia

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 31.5 km.
  • Hours: 9h.

Day 30: Navia to Ribadeo

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  • Difficulty: Rest day
  • Length: -1 km.
  • Hours: h.

Day 31: Ribadeo

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  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Length: 27.5 km.
  • Hours: 8h.

Day 32: Ribadeo to Lourenza

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 25.5 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 33: Lourenza to Abadin

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 21 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

Day 34: Abadin to Vilalba

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 18.5 km.
  • Hours: 5h.

Day 35: Vilalba to Baamonde

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 15 km.
  • Hours: 4h.

Day 36: Baamonde to Miraz

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  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Length: 25 km.
  • Hours: 7h.

Day 37: Miraz to Sobrado Dos Monxes

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 24 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

Day 38: Sobrado Dos Monxes to Arzua

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 19.5 km.
  • Hours: 5h.

Day 39: Arzua to O Pedrouzo

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  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 20 km.
  • Hours: 5.5h.

Day 40: O Pedrouzo to Santiago

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  • Difficulty: Rest day
  • Length: km.
  • Hours: h.

Day 41: Santiago

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Wherever you are off to in the world, safe travels and thanks for allowing Crossroads Travel to support you on your Camino Adventure, we hope to see you again

Buen Camino! 

 

Dates: Flexible, set your own agenda

Direct deposit payments in $ AUD and € EU.

Inclusions Camino Del Norte 

  • 41 nights’ accommodation preferably charming/Iconic/boutique hotels and rural Casas
  • Private Bathroom in all rooms
  • Daily breakfast
  • Luggage transfer daily (1x15kg bag per person)
  • Maps of your accommodation locations
  • Pre-trip Camino guidance and planning
  • Australian and Spanish emergency phone numbers
  • local support person in Spain
Welcome Pack:
  • Pilgrim’s passport
  • Camino shell
  • Luggage tags
  • Full Camino walking guidebook with maps
  • Camino Journal with Pen
  • Other goodies for your Camino
Not Included 
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Additional bag transfer (will incur additional costs)
  • Single Supplement
  • Any meal not specified in the Inclusions list
  • Any other item not specified in the Inclusions list
  • Flights/Transfers/Extra Accommodations.
Optional Services: 
  • Airport transfers from the start point and end destination
  • Extra night accommodation at the start point and end destination
  • Extra luggage transfer or storage
  • Fisterra experience: Tour from Santiago to Fisterra return 2 days
  • If you wish to upgrade to the Iconic Parador Hotel in Santiago de Compostela the cost is from $180 per person/per night twin share and $250 per person/per night single occupancy when booked 6 months in advance.
  • Ask us about adding an extra night in Santiago or rest days en route.
  • For any part of your trip between 31 October and 01 April, there is an out-of-season luggage transfer surcharge of $25 per day. and $35 per day to Fisterra and Muxia.

Today Day 1: San Sebastian (Donostia) is a stunning sophisticated coastal city in the Basque Country, Spain. There is so much to see and do here however it is especially famous for its beaches, culture, cuisine and festivals. Walk the Promenade then visit the old town by bar hopping your way from one end to the other and enjoy some Pinxos (Basque tapas).

Don’t overdo it though, you have a big first day ahead of you tomorrow!

Buen Camino!

Today Day 2: San Sebastian-Zarautz. Heading out of San Sebastian if you can’t initially find any arrows, keep the magnificent views of the Cantabrian Sea to your right. Finding arrows when exiting a city on the Camino can often be tricky. Once you are at the edge of the city the path is well-marked.

Along the Way

It is quite a steep incline as you exit the city however the view once you get to the high point is magnificent. You will soon see the Igeldo Lighthouse. As you climb up to the Monte Igueldo Mount, passing through Orio, a historic village declared a place of cultural interest. Wander through its old town and visit the Church of San Nicolas de Bari. Walk among vineyards and witness some impressive houses of granite and stone.

Alternative Path

Just before reaching Zarautz, there is an alternative route. A well-signed path that leads you through a camping ground to Mollarri de Zarautz a mineral loading dock located on the east side of Zarautz beach. This cultural heritage site can be visited from the outside with scenic coastal views.

While in Zarautz visit the convent of San José and the hermitage of Arritokieta. A beautiful coastal town known for its Gastronomy. enjoy your stay!

Buen Camino!

Today Day 3: Zarautz-Deba is a challenging day with many ups and downs. There are 2 paths today, you have a choice to follow the official path, which goes through the hills and vineyards, or the alternative path, which follows the coast and the beaches. Both paths offer stunning views of the sea and the cliffs, with some historical and cultural sites along the way.

Points of interest along the way

The town of Getaria, famous for its fishing port and its church of San Martín de Tours
The town of Zumaia, where you can see the church of San Salvador and the palace of Aldamar
The sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Itziar, a popular pilgrimage site
The geopark of Zumaia, where you can admire the geological formations of the flysch
The chapel of San Sebastián de Elorriaga, a Romanesque monument

Deba your destination for today is a small coastal town with a population of around 5,400 inhabitants. Visit the church of Santa María de Deba, the cave of Praileaitz, and the bridge of Deba

Buen Camino!

Day 4: Deba to Markina-Xemein is a solitary walk with few services. Prepare your day pack with plenty of water and food for fuel. One of the tougher days running through the hilly rural Basque valley, with hamlets, forests, and meadows. From the Hermitage of Calvary, the path moves away from the coast and you will not see the sea for several days until Portugalete and Pobeña. This is also one of the most difficult climbs today up to 300m in just 3 kilometres.

Buen Camino! 

Day 5: Markina-Xemein to Gernika, is another long and difficult day. With rough mountainous terrain and some local roads. A steep climb after Bolibar to the monastery of Zenarruza (Ziortza). Here a community of Cistercian monks are found.  Your destination for today Gernika is home to Casa de Juntas and its famous Oak tree, it is customary that visitors go around the tree clockwise. The name of the town has been associated with the devastating bombing to which it was subjected in 1937. Picasso painted a painting in its memory.

Buen Camino! 

CDN-Day 6: Gernika to Lezama a demanding day through Vizcaya and its mountainous landscape with deep valleys. A challenging terrain dotted with forests, hamlets and meadows until Goikolexea. The most demanding is the climb to Mount Billikario around 300 meters ascent in just three kilometres.  At the end of the day there is relief as from Goikolexea to Lezama you have a relatively flat walk.

Buen Camino! 

CDN-Day 7: Lezama to Bilbao is a short stage with a difficult climb up Mount Avril. During the ascent, you will follow along a medieval road. On the descent, you pass the Begoña Basilica a temple built in the sixteenth century over a primitive hermitage, in honour of the patron saint of Bizkaia. The devotion to the Virgin of Begoña makes the pilgrimage to the Basilica of Begoña a tradition. Then continue, eventually arriving at Plaza de Unamuno. It is located in the old quarter of Bilbao. The Cathedral of Bilbao is a definite stop, dedicated to the Apostle Santiago.

This short day followed by a rest day, allows time to explore Bilbao the largest and most populated city on Camino del Norte.

Buen Camino! 

On Day 8: Bilbao enjoy your rest day among the life and atmosphere of Bilbao. The largest and most populated city on Camino del Norte

Gather your energy and indulge in Basque gastronomy. Visit Bilbao’s Casco Viejo: the historic quarters known as “the seven Streets” to taste their famous “pintxos” typical of Basque gastronomy. A not to be missed, is the impressive Guggenheim Museum, with some of the best art exhibitions in the country.

Buen Camino! 

CDN-Day 9: Bilbao to Portugalete, This stage is not difficult, however, it can be exhausting because of the urban jungle and the traffic noise, the most urban stage of the Camino del Norte. However, it also offers some interesting cultural and historical attractions.

Afterwards, a section through the forest then across the famous ‘Devil’s Bridge’, before arriving at the Hermitage of Santa Águeda. Then, an ascent to Mount Kobetas offers a panoramic view of the city and the river Nervión. The descent leads you to the suburbs of Barakaldo and Sestao, where you can see some examples of the Basque industrial heritage.

The final part of the stage follows the riverbank until you reach your destination Portugalete, a historic town with a beautiful old quarter and the famous Puente Colgante, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This suspension bridge connects Portugalete with Getxo. You can cross it by a gondola hanging from the cables.

Here in Portugalete is the opportunity to taste the local cuisine and the famous pintxos

Buen Camino! 

 

Day 10: Portugalete to Castro Urdiales, today you leave the Urban jungle behind. Outside Portugalete, you begin walking on a bike path for around 10km. Where the bike path ends you cross La Arena beach to a pedestrian bridge over the River Bardadun. The much-loved Chapel of Nuestra Señora de Socorro de Pobeña is on the other side. It is here the local sailors would gather and decide whether to set sail or not, but not before asking for the protection of the Virgin for their fishing boats or ships.

Around 1km later you leave the Basque Country and enter the Autonomous Community of Cantabria.

Buen Camino!

Day 11: Castro Urdiales to Laredo;  you will walk along the spectacular coastal cliffs of the Cantabrian Sea and also through some inland valleys with beautiful forest paths. Check your guidebook before departing as there is an alternate route at the halfway mark.

Decide which Route Suits You

Along the official route, the Chapel of San Mamés is an interesting stop. Then you pass through Hazas with its many Historical 16th century monuments.

The alternate route continues along the national road, your point of reference will be Mollaneda. From there you can continue walking inland, passing through Iseca Vieja, or take another alternative to the beautiful coastal path to Laredo.

Laredo is known nationally in the Cantabrian region for “La Salvé“, its 5 km long beach and for the historic part of town dating back to Roman times.

Buen Camino! 

 

Day 12: Laredo to Noja;

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Day 13: Noja to Santander

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Day 14: Santander

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Day 15: Santander to Puente Arce

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Day 16: Puente Arce to Santillana Del Mar

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Day 17: Santillana Del Mar to Comillas

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Day 18: Comillas to Unquera

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Day 19: Unquera to Llanes

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Day 20: Llanes to Ribadesella

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Day 21: Ribadesella to Colunga

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Day 22: Colunga to Villaviciosa

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Day 23: Villaviciosa to Gijon

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Day 24: Gijon

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Day 25: Gijon to Aviles

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Day 26: Aviles to El Pito/Cudillero

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Day 27: El Pito/Cudillero to Cadavedo

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Day 28: Cadavedo to Luarca

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Day 29: Luarca to Navia

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Day 30: Navia to Ribadeo

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Day 31: Ribadeo

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Day 32: Ribadeo to Lourenza

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Day 33: Lourenza to Abadin

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Day 34: Abadin to Vilalba

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Day 35: Vilalba to Baamonde

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Day 36: Baamonde to Miraz

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Day 37: Miraz to Sobrado Dos Monxes

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Day 38: Sobrado Dos Monxes to Arzua

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Day 39: Arzua to O Pedrouzo

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Day 40: O Pedrouzo to Santiago

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Day 41: Santiago

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Wherever you are off to in the world, safe travels and thanks for allowing Crossroads Travel to support you on your Camino Adventure, we hope to see you again

Buen Camino! 

 

At Crossroads Travel your comfort after a long day of walking is our focus. Hence extensively researched accommodation options on Camino de Santiago are a part of our packages.

Our choice is based on location.

We personally book your rooms, and for this reason, we know exactly where they are located. Our primary aim is for you to be in the vibe of Camino amongst the other pilgrims, restaurants, bars, and cafes.

We want you to be welcomed and taken care of.

Meeting regularly with the owners/management to discuss our client needs ensures your hosts have direct personal contact with us. If any needs arise we can manage them immediately.

Finally, we choose accommodation in charming, iconic hotels and rural Casas.

The number of stars is not our criterion. A comfortable room and a private bathroom come first. In some of the more humble areas of Camino de Santiago, we offer you the best of what is possible. So the longer your Camino the more varied your accommodation will be. This is part of the charm of being on Camino de Santiago, remember you are not on a holiday with multiple options in one spot. Fortunately, with options in the bigger cities, we can throw in a few nights with lots of stars for indulgence. After all, you deserve to have a soak in a spa. Likewise, an indoor pool doesn’t hurt. 

Note: There are a few extraordinary options off the Camino if “humble” is not your thing. Also If we locate you outside of the Camino you will have contact with the owners who will pick you up from the Camino and deliver you back to the same spot the next morning. We will discuss this with you when booking.

Book 60 days in advance

Camino de Santiago is a unique destination with limited quality accommodation ON Camino hence we advise booking a minimum of 60 days in advance. The sooner you book the better the options that will be available. 

Examples of our chosen accommodation.

Images below are examples of what you can expect from your booking. Tailor-made Packages are available if you wish to stay 5-star all the way. 

Please note: we adhere to the same standard when you book accommodation with us pre and post-Camino in Spain, France and Portugal.  

 

Fly to Biarritz, France, or Bilbao or Santander, Spain

France

If you fly to Biarritz take the train to Hendaye ( 45 minutes) and then the bus to San Sebastian (45 minutes)

Spain

Fly to Bilbao and then take the bus to San Sebastian (1 hour and 15 minutes)

Flying to Santander is also an option but you will have to take the bus to Bilbao (1 hour) and then another bus to San Sebastian (1 hour and 15 minutes)

AUD: Australian dollar ($) ^
 Info
  • From - To: San Sebastian to Santiago de Compostela
  • Length: 783
  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Cost: $7,890
  • Dates:

    Dates: Flexible, set your own agenda

    Direct deposit payments in $ AUD and € EU.

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