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Spain: Classic Camino de Santiago

Easy to Moderate Terrain: 5-9 Miles Daily

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For over a millennium, pilgrims have traversed the lush meadows, misty mountains, sun-swept wine country, and stonework villages of northern Spain on their way to Santiago de Compostela. It’s a journey that can take over two months to complete, but our innovative itinerary brings you all the highlights of “the Way” in just nine days. From the poppy fields and Basque villages of the Pyrenees to the tranquil beaches of Galicia, you’ll relish all of northern Spain’s history and natural beauty, in the company of local knowledgeable guides. In Burgos, wander crooked cobblestone streets past tapas bars and bustling squares before losing yourself in its acclaimed cathedral. Delight in the intricacies of Rioja wine during a private tasting with a local expert at a bodega in Álava. And finally, share a quiet moment with pilgrims during a visit to the acclaimed Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, an exquisite culmination to a journey that, for many, is life changing.


Tour Highlights:
  • Tour the Atapuerca archaeological site, where researchers have confirmed evidence of the earliest-known hominids in Western Europe, dating to about 1.2 million years ago.
  • In Muxía, walk the windy headlands and charming coves of the Costa da Morte, stopping for lunch to enjoy the region’s superior seafood and a glass of albariño white wine.
  • Tour the towering Episcopal Palace in Astorga, a bishop’s residence designed by celebrated Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí.
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12 days, 11 nights

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Bilbao | 2 nights $248

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9 days, 8 nights

FROM $5,998 USD

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Itinerary & Accommodations

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Day 1

Meet in Bilbao. Roncesvalles to Bizcarreta

Join the Camino near Roncesvalles on the French-Spanish border, descending through beech forest, lush pasture, and sturdy Basque farmhouses to Bizcarreta. This evening, enjoy a welcome dinner in Pamplona.

Accommodation: Pamplona Catedral Hotel, Pamplona

Located within the ancient walls of the city’s old town, this hotel is an ideal home base for travelers hoping to make the most of the first urban hub along the Way of St. James. This four-star property makes exceptional use of its former-convent building, with a restaurant housed in the former chapel and unique, contemporary rooms. Conveniently close to the Portal de Francia (where the Camino enters the city) and the Plaza del Castillo, it also boasts free high-speed Wi-Fi, room service, and an excellent staff.

Day 2

Uterga to Cirauqui

Olive groves, vineyards, and golden-hued stone villages impart a Mediterranean warmth on today’s walk from Uterga to Cirauqui. Unwind this afternoon with a Rioja wine tasting at a classic local bodega.

Accommodation: Hotel Viura, Villabuena de Álava

Stunning modern architecture amidst a traditional Basque village describes this special hotel located in the heart of a small but beautiful Villabuena de Álava . The restaurant features first class service, creative and inspiring cuisine, and a host of local wines. The rooftop terrace offers expansive views of the surrounding hillside while rooms and public spaces stylishly combine contemporary architecture with luxurious comfort.

Day 3

Ermita de Valdefuentes to Agés

Depart the 12th-century Ermita de Valdefuentes under Saint James’ watchful gaze, walking towards Agés on the Atapuerca plains. This afternoon, discover Europe’s earliest hominids at Atapuerca’s UNESCO World Heritage site.

Accommodation: Palacio de los Blasones, Burgos

This 16th-century mansion was artfully restored to combine original exposed stone, arches, and beams with striking contemporary design and décor in its reception lounge, restaurant, bar, and glass-roofed atrium. One of six Spanish candidates for European Capital of Culture in 2016, Burgos has an incredible depth of history, scenic walks along the Arlanza River, and rich gastronomic traditions of the Castile region. Located in the old quarter of Burgos and easily accessible on foot from the hotel are the UNESCO World Heritage site cathedral, the Casa del Cordón palace, the Plaza Mayor main square, the Museum of Human Evolution, and the statue of El Cid.

Day 4

Castojeriz to Itero de la Vega

Tour medieval Burgos this morning before a delicious lunch of tapas. This afternoon, spy windmills on the far horizon as you walk Spain’s vast central plains between Castojeriz and Itero de la Vega.

Accommodation: Estrella del Bajo Carrión, Villoldo

In a small pueblo (village) between the cities of Burgos and León, a three-sister team provides a warm welcome to guests at this hotel, which their father founded over 30 years ago. With a true country-house feel, guest rooms (all with balconies) and common areas are modern and elegant, artfully white with fresh flowers and unique architectural touches. The on-site fine-dining restaurant makes the hotel a weekend destination for foreign and local visitors. Using all local and seasonal ingredients, traditional dishes have light and creative touches, such as grilled octopus with rosemary potatoes and red pepper aioli. Breakfast is a delight of homemade juices, breads and pastries, and jams of local fruits and berries. In addition to the dining room, the hotel features a library, billiard and wine room, and a willow-shaded terrace for breakfast or drinks alfresco.

Day 5

Villares de Orbigo to Astorga

Walk from Villares de Orbigo to Astorga, the Spanish birthplace of chocolate. Sip cocoa at the city’s most traditional café, then tour Astorga’s Roman ruins, cathedral, and Gaudí-designed bishop’s palace.

Accommodation: Hostería Camino, Luyego de Somoza

This boutique hotel constructed in a restored home has spacious, individually decorated guest rooms with polished wood floors combining Spanish antiques with exposed beams and brick. Common areas include a fireside living room with inviting couches, a relaxed café for drinks or light fare, and a dramatically lit fine-dining restaurant. An antique shop is also on the premises. Using local and seasonal ingredients, the hotel’s elegant restaurant is especially known for mushrooms prepared traditionally, perhaps sautéed, in soups, crèpes, salads, or with foie gras. Traditional regional dishes include lamb, frogs’ legs, excellent local ham, and fresh river fish and are accompanied by wines from their extensive cellar.

Day 6

Las Herrerias to O’Cebreiro

Verdant pastures and ancient gray granite give the landscape a Celtic feel as you walk into Galicia. Today’s gentle ascent from Las Herrerias to O’Cebreiro features moss-covered stone walls, shade-giving chestnut trees, and vistas of Atlantic coastal forest.

Accommodation: Casa Grande da Fervenza, O Corgo

A beautifully restored 17th-century miller’s residence within a biosphere reserve is a peaceful haven in the Galician countryside. The hotel grounds and gardens along the river include both an outdoor swimming pool and a river bathing area, and a canoe and bicycles are available for rental. Individually decorated guest rooms feature unique antiques, hand-embroidered linens, polished wood floors, and exposed beams and stone. With an excellent wine selection, the fireside fine-dining restaurant offers updated Galician cuisine from a wood-fired oven, featuring dishes such as suckling pig, lamb, and capon.

Day 7

Sarria to Ferreiros

Enter the Camino’s home stretch, walking between Sarria and Ferreiros. After shuttling into Santiago de Compostela, your walking tour of the historic center culminates with Mass at the city’s great cathedral—an electrifying experience marked by the sense of accomplishment of pilgrims arriving from around the globe.

Accommodation: Altaïr Hotel, Santiago de Compostela

This family-owned-and-operated boutique hotel located in a quiet corner of Santiago de Compostela’s historic center has been renovated to seamlessly blend minimalist décor and soothing colors with the building’s stone walls and exposed beams. A personal greeting from the owners and a welcome drink in the adjoining garden of a sister property provide an insider feel to the historic pilgrimage destination city of Santiago. The capital of the autonomous region of Galicia, the entire old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its wealth of historic buildings. Santiago’s narrow granite-cobbled streets invite exploration while providing plenty of stopping points at myriad cafés, tapas bars, and restaurants.

Day 8

A Costa da Morte

Discover the spectacular beaches and renowned Galician-style seafood of the Atlantic coast near Muxia, considered the true end of the trail by some pilgrims. Enjoy free time in Santiago before tonight’s farewell dinner.

Accommodation: Altaïr Hotel, Santiago de Compostela

This family-owned-and-operated boutique hotel located in a quiet corner of Santiago de Compostela’s historic center has been renovated to seamlessly blend minimalist décor and soothing colors with the building’s stone walls and exposed beams. A personal greeting from the owners and a welcome drink in the adjoining garden of a sister property provide an insider feel to the historic pilgrimage destination city of Santiago. The capital of the autonomous region of Galicia, the entire old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its wealth of historic buildings. Santiago’s narrow granite-cobbled streets invite exploration while providing plenty of stopping points at myriad cafés, tapas bars, and restaurants.

Day 9

Departure from Santiago de Compostela

Depart Santiago de Compostela at your leisure.

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Flight

Overnight Flight from USA to Bilbao, Spain

Please refer to your air itinerary for your specific flight details.

Arrival

Arrive in Bilbao, Spain

Upon arrival at Bilbao Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign will meet you as you exit the baggage claim area and provide a complimentary small-group transfer to the Hotel Hesperia, approximately twenty minutes away. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

Accommodation: Hotel Hesperia, Bilbao, Spain

With striking modern design and an ideal location on the banks of the Nervión River, facing the Guggenheim Bilbao, the Hotel Hesperia is an elegant four-star property in the heart of the city. Its La Ría Restaurant serves contemporary Basque fare, and you may find live flamenco music in its riverfront bar.

Day 1

Join Your Country Walkers Spain: Classic Camino de Santigo tour

Breakfast is included at your hotel. Your guide(s) will meet you at the Hotel Hesperia at 8:30 a.m. in the lobby. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Please refer to the Spain: Classic Camino de Santiago (9-day\8- night) itinerary for full tour details.

Join the Camino near Roncesvalles on the French-Spanish border, descending through beech forest, lush pasture, and sturdy Basque farmhouses to Bizcarreta. This evening, enjoy a welcome dinner in Pamplona.

Accommodation: Pamplona Catedral Hotel, Pamplona

Located within the ancient walls of the city’s old town, this hotel is an ideal home base for travelers hoping to make the most of the first urban hub along the Way of St. James. This four-star property makes exceptional use of its former-convent building, with a restaurant housed in the former chapel and unique, contemporary rooms. Conveniently close to the Portal de Francia (where the Camino enters the city) and the Plaza del Castillo, it also boasts free high-speed Wi-Fi, room service, and an excellent staff.

Day 2

Uterga to Cirauqui

Olive groves, vineyards, and golden-hued stone villages impart a Mediterranean warmth on today’s walk from Uterga to Cirauqui. Unwind this afternoon with a Rioja wine tasting at a classic local bodega.

Accommodation: Hotel Viura, Villabuena de Álava

Stunning modern architecture amidst a traditional Basque village describes this special hotel located in the heart of a small but beautiful Villabuena de Álava . The restaurant features first class service, creative and inspiring cuisine, and a host of local wines. The rooftop terrace offers expansive views of the surrounding hillside while rooms and public spaces stylishly combine contemporary architecture with luxurious comfort.

Day 3

Ermita de Valdefuentes to Agés

Depart the 12th-century Ermita de Valdefuentes under Saint James’ watchful gaze, walking towards Agés on the Atapuerca plains. This afternoon, discover Europe’s earliest hominids at Atapuerca’s UNESCO World Heritage site.

Accommodation: Palacio de los Blasones, Burgos

This 16th-century mansion was artfully restored to combine original exposed stone, arches, and beams with striking contemporary design and décor in its reception lounge, restaurant, bar, and glass-roofed atrium. One of six Spanish candidates for European Capital of Culture in 2016, Burgos has an incredible depth of history, scenic walks along the Arlanza River, and rich gastronomic traditions of the Castile region. Located in the old quarter of Burgos and easily accessible on foot from the hotel are the UNESCO World Heritage site cathedral, the Casa del Cordón palace, the Plaza Mayor main square, the Museum of Human Evolution, and the statue of El Cid.

Day 4

Castojeriz to Itero de la Vega

Tour medieval Burgos this morning before a delicious lunch of tapas. This afternoon, spy windmills on the far horizon as you walk Spain’s vast central plains between Castojeriz and Itero de la Vega.

Accommodation: Estrella del Bajo Carrión, Villoldo

In a small pueblo (village) between the cities of Burgos and León, a three-sister team provides a warm welcome to guests at this hotel, which their father founded over 30 years ago. With a true country-house feel, guest rooms (all with balconies) and common areas are modern and elegant, artfully white with fresh flowers and unique architectural touches. The on-site fine-dining restaurant makes the hotel a weekend destination for foreign and local visitors. Using all local and seasonal ingredients, traditional dishes have light and creative touches, such as grilled octopus with rosemary potatoes and red pepper aioli. Breakfast is a delight of homemade juices, breads and pastries, and jams of local fruits and berries. In addition to the dining room, the hotel features a library, billiard and wine room, and a willow-shaded terrace for breakfast or drinks alfresco.

Day 5

Villares de Orbigo to Astorga

Walk from Villares de Orbigo to Astorga, the Spanish birthplace of chocolate. Sip cocoa at the city’s most traditional café, then tour Astorga’s Roman ruins, cathedral, and Gaudí-designed bishop’s palace.

Accommodation: Hostería Camino, Luyego de Somoza

This boutique hotel constructed in a restored home has spacious, individually decorated guest rooms with polished wood floors combining Spanish antiques with exposed beams and brick. Common areas include a fireside living room with inviting couches, a relaxed café for drinks or light fare, and a dramatically lit fine-dining restaurant. An antique shop is also on the premises. Using local and seasonal ingredients, the hotel’s elegant restaurant is especially known for mushrooms prepared traditionally, perhaps sautéed, in soups, crèpes, salads, or with foie gras. Traditional regional dishes include lamb, frogs’ legs, excellent local ham, and fresh river fish and are accompanied by wines from their extensive cellar.

Day 6

Las Herrerias to O’Cebreiro

Verdant pastures and ancient gray granite give the landscape a Celtic feel as you walk into Galicia. Today’s gentle ascent from Las Herrerias to O’Cebreiro features moss-covered stone walls, shade-giving chestnut trees, and vistas of Atlantic coastal forest.

Accommodation: Casa Grande da Fervenza, O Corgo

A beautifully restored 17th-century miller’s residence within a biosphere reserve is a peaceful haven in the Galician countryside. The hotel grounds and gardens along the river include both an outdoor swimming pool and a river bathing area, and a canoe and bicycles are available for rental. Individually decorated guest rooms feature unique antiques, hand-embroidered linens, polished wood floors, and exposed beams and stone. With an excellent wine selection, the fireside fine-dining restaurant offers updated Galician cuisine from a wood-fired oven, featuring dishes such as suckling pig, lamb, and capon.

Day 7

Sarria to Ferreiros

Enter the Camino’s home stretch, walking between Sarria and Ferreiros. After shuttling into Santiago de Compostela, your walking tour of the historic center culminates with Mass at the city’s great cathedral—an electrifying experience marked by the sense of accomplishment of pilgrims arriving from around the globe.

Accommodation: Altaïr Hotel, Santiago de Compostela

This family-owned-and-operated boutique hotel located in a quiet corner of Santiago de Compostela’s historic center has been renovated to seamlessly blend minimalist décor and soothing colors with the building’s stone walls and exposed beams. A personal greeting from the owners and a welcome drink in the adjoining garden of a sister property provide an insider feel to the historic pilgrimage destination city of Santiago. The capital of the autonomous region of Galicia, the entire old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its wealth of historic buildings. Santiago’s narrow granite-cobbled streets invite exploration while providing plenty of stopping points at myriad cafés, tapas bars, and restaurants.

Day 8

A Costa da Morte

Discover the spectacular beaches and renowned Galician-style seafood of the Atlantic coast near Muxia, considered the true end of the trail by some pilgrims. Enjoy free time in Santiago before tonight’s farewell dinner.

Accommodation: Altaïr Hotel, Santiago de Compostela

This family-owned-and-operated boutique hotel located in a quiet corner of Santiago de Compostela’s historic center has been renovated to seamlessly blend minimalist décor and soothing colors with the building’s stone walls and exposed beams. A personal greeting from the owners and a welcome drink in the adjoining garden of a sister property provide an insider feel to the historic pilgrimage destination city of Santiago. The capital of the autonomous region of Galicia, the entire old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its wealth of historic buildings. Santiago’s narrow granite-cobbled streets invite exploration while providing plenty of stopping points at myriad cafés, tapas bars, and restaurants.

Day 9

Departure from Santiago de Compostela

Depart Santiago de Compostela at your leisure.

Post-Night

Tour Departure from Santiago de Compostela

After saying goodbye to your group in Santiago de Compostela, linger in the city for additional exploration and a post-tour night. (Lunch and dinner are on your own.)

Accommodation: Altaïr Hotel, Santiago de Compostela

This family-owned-and-operated boutique hotel located in a quiet corner of Santiago de Compostela’s historic center has been renovated to seamlessly blend minimalist décor and soothing colors with the building’s stone walls and exposed beams. A personal greeting from the owners and a welcome drink in the adjoining garden of a sister property provide an insider feel to the historic pilgrimage destination city of Santiago. The capital of the autonomous region of Galicia, the entire old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its wealth of historic buildings. Santiago’s narrow granite-cobbled streets invite exploration while providing plenty of stopping points at myriad cafés, tapas bars, and restaurants.

Departure

Adios! This morning a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to Santiago de Compostela Airport based on your departure time. (Transfer time to be communicated locally by your tour guides.)

Add a Tour Extension to Your Flight + Tour Combo
Pre-Tour Extension: Bilbao

2 nights from only $248

  • Two nights at the Hotel Hesperia*
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two Breakfasts

For those guests reserving our Flight + Tour Combo, you may wish to further extend your time in Spain with an additional two nights in Bilbao. Witness the transformation of this industrial city with a distinguished maritime past, revitalized by the spectacular Museo Guggenheim at its center. Frank Gehry’s shimmering building, with its iconic, undulating stainless steel walls, is a destination unto itself, but don’t miss out on the city’s many other charming streets, churches, museums, and restaurants. Stroll the narrow streets of Casco Viejo, the city’s old quarter. Discover the gothic treasures of the Museo de Bellas Artes. Savor fine Basque cuisine or casual pintxos (tapas).

Single Supplement: $198

Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Flight + Tour Combo Inclusions:

  • Round-trip international airfare (includes airline fuel charges and taxes)
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • One night at the Hotel Hesperia in Bilbao and one night at the Altaïr Hotel in Santiago de Compostela*
  • Two breakfasts
  • 9-day/8-night Spain: Classic Camino de Santiago guided walking tour with on-trip inclusions

*Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

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Bilbao
2 nights from only $248

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Dates & Prices

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May 14 - May 22 $5,998 $698
Jun 4 - Jun 12 $5,998 $698
Sep 10 - Sep 18 $5,998 $698
Sep 24 - Oct 2 $5,998 $698
Oct 3 - Oct 11 $5,998 $698

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May 12 - May 23 $6,998
$848
Jun 2 - Jun 13 $7,098 $848
Sep 8 - Sep 19 $6,998 $848
Sep 22 - Oct 3 $6,998 $848
Oct 1 - Oct 12 $6,998 $848

Private Adventure

Make this Tour a Private Adventure

You can transform this itinerary into an exclusive experience for you and your fellow guests. Enjoy all the same walks and inclusions as on our traditional tours, in the company of the same expert guides. Simply gather your friends, choose your preferred departure date, and we’ll take care of the rest.

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Sep 1 - Oct 31$6,198$5,998$698

Guides

Guides

Our guides' experience, dedication, and enthusiasm make them ideal ambassadors for your destination. They chart the course, finesse the details, and speak the language (English, as well as the local language). They also possess a truly rare skill, knowing when to let serendipity and inspiration take the lead.

Costa Brava Walking Tour Guide
Xabier Etxarri

Xabier Etxarri, or Xabi as he’s known (pronounced ‘shabby’), hails from Navarra, in the Basque Country and is a true Renaissance man. Originally a science teacher and physicist with a specialization in astrophysics, he decided to leave it all behind and travel to southern Chile where he unlocked his passion for poetry, writing over 14 volumes since! He soon became a fully-licensed trekking guide with a particular interest in nature and the natural sciences. His passion for the mountains of his native Pyrenees remains undiminished and he now splits his time between Patagonia and Spain. What Xabi brings to this journey is an intimate knowledge of the Basque lands, Riojan wines, and the flora of northern Spain.

Country Walkers Walking Tour Guide Diego Martin
Diego Martin

Born and raised in Madrid, Diego Martin spends much of his year in the beautiful Picos de Europa Mountains of northern Spain, as his heart is never far from nature. Studying geography and geology at university before journeying to South America, he eventually returned to Spain in order to start a family in his beloved Picos. Working with a local organization dedicated to re-introducing the bearded vulture into the Picos, Diego has worked closely with rural communities helping them preserve their traditional lifestyles. He has also found time to set up a small organic farm—a city boy turned country! Diego’s brings his easy going charm and encyclopedic cultural knowledge to this journey across northern Spain.

Costa Brava Walking Guide Jaime Lahoz
Jaime Lahoz

Born in Madrid, Jaime Lahoz went from working in the cabin crew for Iberia Airlines to beginning a new life as a ski instructor and mountain guide in the Pyrenees and Picos de Europa Mountains of his native Spain. In 2004, his passion for photography turned into his profession, working his way from freelancer to staff photographer to editor of Snowplanet. Searching for subjects to shoot, he has traveled extensively throughout Canada and the United States, Argentina, Japan, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, France and, of course, Spain! Jaime was awarded Best Snow Photographer of the Year in 2014 and just recently he began working as a filmmaker. Jaime enjoys photography, outdoor adventure and playing the guitar.

Costa Brava Walking Tour Guide Alex
Alex Asensio

Alex Asensio was literally raised in the mountains, since his family ran a youth hostel in the Pyrenees during his childhood. He later became a fully-licensed mountain guide leading expeditions in the Andes, the Himalayas, and on Mount Kilimanjaro, although for the last 15 years he has been based in the Picos de Europa area in northern Spain. He is a fully qualified canyoning guide and even worked as a stunt man for a few years! When not hiking and enjoying the great outdoors, you can find Alex with his wife running a horseback riding school that specializes in long-distance racing.

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Reviews

November 2015

“I enjoyed it all–the walking, the sights and the countryside, the wonderful food and lovely small hotels.”

November 2015

“I think of all the (close to a dozen) Country Walkers trips I have taken, this one had the greatest impact on me. I am not a religious person, but walking on a path used by millions of pilgrims since Medieval times was a very moving experience. The scenery was beautiful, the trails were very easy to walk (even the one day we walked uphill almost the entire day), the distances covered were very manageable. Do this walk if you want a truly memorable experience!”

November 2015

“Enjoyed the experience totally.
The restaurants chosen and food served: wonderful! Fabulous seafood!
Accommodations (except for the first one which was modern but very nice) were quaint, comfortable, charming, historic, cozy, cultural.
Guides were great; hikes through interesting terrain were mostly “easy to moderate,” hills were do-able. Sites along the way get gold stars.”

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