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Are you dreaming of walking or biking the Camino - also known as the "Way of St James"? Then fulfill your dreams with Spain is More. We are specialists in walking and cycling tours along the famous pilgrimage route, the Camino de Santiago. We offer customized hotel-to-hotel itineraries for individuals and private groups, with overnight stays at the most charming hotels along the Camino. If you choose a Camino journey with Spain is More, you will receive a comprehensive and customised guidebook that will help you to take full advantage of your trip. In this useful guide you will find information about the individual stages, maps with the location of all hotels, tips for viewpoints and attractions, suggestions for your packing list, good restaurants along the route and much more. Book today and look forward to the pilgrimage of your life.

Camino Francés

This Camino is by far the most favoured, most traditional and internationally the most celebrated. A Camino experience of a lifetime.

Camino Francés

Camino Primitivo

Camino Primitivo is also known as the “Original Way”, it was one of the first pilgrimage routes to Santiago. Camino Primitivo is one of the toughest pilgrimages but the scenery is extremely rewarding.

Camino Primitivo

Camino del Norte

Picturesques and alternative route along the North Coast, the Camino del Norte (Northern Camino) will satisfy your every desire for nature, physical activity and a chance to indulge yourself at the same time.

Camino del Norte

Camino Portugués

This historic route starting in Portugal is favoured by many, as it offers some of the most beautiful beaches and some of the best food and wine in Spain and Portugal.

Camino Portugués

Camino de Finisterre

Walking to “the End of the World” from Santiago, seeing the ocean and the abrupt coastline, Costa de Morte, is a truly rewarding experience. An ideal walk to combine with any one of the other Caminos.

Camino de Finisterre

Camino Inglés

The Camino Inglés (the English Camino) to Santiago was the route originally used by the Brittish and pilgrims arriving to Spain by boat from Northern Europe. A scenic and very authentic route packed with history.

Camino Inglés

Alternative Camino Tours

Click and find exciting alternative ways to experience the Camino. Find Camino Tours in Kayak, Guided Camino-Groups Tours, Camino with Family and Kids, by Car or Motorcycle etc.

Alternative Camino Tours

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About the Camino de Santiago

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A brief history of El Camino de Santiago

The first narratives about the legendary Camino de Santiago date back from the 8th century. The Camino de Santiago, also known as St. James Way, stands out as one of the most important Christian pilgrimage routes in history with many journeying to Santiago de Compostela for over the last 1,000 years. The Camino doesn’t follow just one route, although some are considered more important and historic than others and therefore  attract more pilgrims. The most famous is the 800 km. (500 miles) long French Route thorugh Northern Spain. In the Middle Ages, traveling to St. James’ grave became very popular and many made the journey, perhaps the only major trip in their lives. The Protestant Reformation and political unrest that followed in the 16th and 17th centuries caused a decline in the number of pilgrims across Europe afterward. The number of visitors to Santiago de Compostela declined each year, until the mid-20th centruy. Since the 1980s, however, the route has attracted an increasing number of pilgrims from around the world. Besides its spiritual significance, important towns and cities along the pilgrimage route offer travelers some of the most enthralling cultural and historical monuments in Spain. In 1993 Camino de Santiago became the first hiking trail inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list.

For many, the significance of contemplating the statue of the apostle St. James in Santiago de Compostela, his own cathedral and resting place is a symbol of purification, liberation and a new start in life. For others, the trip is an athletic challenge and trekking Santiago de Compostela is the symbol of successfully completing a goal. But, whatever one’s initial intention, the walk holds great meaning for all, something to which only those who have undertaken the challenge can truly relate.

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