Pilgrims Walking the Camino

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Whether you’d like to embark on your personal Camino alone or with a friend or a family member – at Pilgino, our international and multilingual team of experts will make sure to help plan your Camino adventure Your Way.

Unlike our Guided Tours that have fixed dates, our Camino Tours are self-guided, and the arrival and departure dates are entirely up to you. While we do not book flights, our experts will be happy to assist you in exploring the travel options to the beginning and from the end of your Camino.

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We put our focus on working with family-run businesses that provide great value and have a real and authentic connection to the Camino. We want to give you an authentic feeling for the Camino de Santiago and Spanish hospitality, while supporting the local infrastructure.

Over the years, we have decided not to book rooms with half board, as we noticed that most pilgrims prefer to schedule their day independently. While breakfasts are served in many places as late as 8 am, many pilgrims prefer to start walking earlier and grab a bite on the way. Similarly, you might prefer to have dinner with the great company of pilgrims whom you’ve along the Way instead of dining in a pre-chosen restaurant at a pre-booked time. Bars and restaurants are so plentiful along the Camino, that we leave it up to you, where and when to eat – which also makes our tours more economical. We will, however, send you a list with recommended bars and restaurants for your reference, from which you may choose as you go.

On our regular tour, the daily stages range around 18-22 km. (11-13.5 mi.) – that means, good walking distances that are still easy on the body and manageable for pilgrims with different levels of physical fitness. Our pilgrim’s kit includes information on each stage with recommended activities, important sights and good restaurants. The rest is up to you! Our philosophy is to provide you with the essentials: good value guesthouses, comfortable rooms with your own bathroom and all the necessary insights for your pilgrimage. While we give you the framework for you pilgrimage, we want to leave you the space and the freedom to make this Camino your own!

Travel insurance is not included in our tour quotes because our pilgrims come from all over the world and practice shows that, in the case of travel (cancellation) insurance policies, it is best to shop for a suitable one in the given home country. We do, however, advise all our pilgrims to find and purchase a suitable travel insurance coverage.

If you are from a country that is a member state of the European Union, you will have health insurance in Spain and Portugal. If you are from any other country, we advise you to buy a international health insurance for the duration of the holiday.

After we have sent you the booking confirmation, a deposit of 20% of the total tour balance becomes due to be paid in one week. The remainder of your tour balance must be paid three weeks before your tour begins.

Payments are usually made by bank transfer. For customers from outside the European Union, we also offer payment by credit card or PayPal. Please contact us, if you would like to make use of this option.

Our Reservations Desk Update:

The following Camino Tours are fully booked out:

  • All of Camino Francés: no availability May 01 – May 31, 2022
  • All of Camino Portugués Coastal: no availability May 01 – May 31, 2022
  • All of Camino Portugués Traditional: no availability May 01 – May 31, 2022
  • Camino del Norte btw. Irún and Ribadeo: no availability July 15 – August 31, 2022

We regret any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
¡Buen Camino!

our tours trending now:

Camino Francés: Last 100 Ks

Sarria ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 360

Distance: 118 km. (73 mi.)

Duration: 8 Days Total / 5 Days Walking

Difficulty: moderate

Camino Portugués: Coastal

Porto ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 820

Distance: 269 km. (167 mi.)

Duration: 15 Days Total / 12 Days Walking

Difficulty: easy

Camino Portugués: Traditional

Porto ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 730

242 km. (151 mi.)

Duration: 14 Days Total / 11 Days Walking

Difficulty: easy

Your Camino with pilgino

Top Quality Seal since 2008

With thousands of new and hundreds of returning customers, Pilgino has set the highest service quality standard.

Smart Tour Routes

Our Tours are carefully conceptualized with special attention to the stages’ terrain and distance, and most of the tours are easily combinable.

Hand-Picked Accommodation

From small villages to bigger towns and cities along the Camino, we always work with and select only the best lodging options.

For Pilgrims by Pilgrims

At Pilgino, all our experts have walked the Camino. We know it first-hand, and we will be able to give you top guidance and advice.

Which tour is the best for me?

Everyone’s Camino is a unique and individual experience, and we all have different needs and preferences. That is why we have designed a wide variety of different Camino Tours – in different parts of the different Caminos, different lengths and levels of intensity – so as to fit everyone’s particular ideas and wishes. And ot top of that, our smartly-designed tours are easily and seamlessly combinable and extendable.

Explore our Tours below, and see, which ones spark your interest! Each tour lists a summary including total and daily average length and intensity, and the detailed itinerary provides a day-by-day overview and an outline of highlighs.

our Popular camino tours

Short Camino Tours (approx. 1 Week)

Camino Portugués Last 100 Ks

Valença ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 380

Distance: 122 km. (76 mi.)

Duration: 9 Days Total / 6 Days Walking

Difficulty: easy

Camino Francés Last 100 Ks

Sarria ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 360

Distance: 119 km. (74 mi.)

Duration: 8 Days Total / 5 Days Walking

Difficutlty: easy

Camino Finisterre / Muxía

Santiago de Compostela ⇒ Finisterre ⇒ Muxía

Starting at € 370

Distance: 120 km. (75 mi.)

8 Days Total / 6 Days Walking

Difficulty: easy

mid-length Tours (approx. 2 Weeks)

Camino Portugués: Traditional

Porto ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 730

Distance: 242 km. (151 mi.)

Duration: 14 Days Total / 11 Walking

Difficulty: easy

Camino Portugués: Coastal

Porto ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 820

Distance: 269 km. (167 mi.)

Duration: 15 Days Total / 12 Days Walking

Difficutlty: easy

Full Camino Primitivo

Oviedo ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 760

Distance: 316 km. (197 mi.)

16 Days Total / 13 Walking

Difficutly: challenging

long camino Tours (up to 6 Weeks)

Full Camino Francés

St Jean Pied de Port ⇒ Santiago

Starting at € 2,380

Distance: 790 km. (491 mi.)

Duration: 40 Days Total / 37 Days Walking

Difficulty: moderate

Full Camino del Norte

Irún ⇒ Santiago de Compostela

Starting at € 2,880

Distance: 818 km. (508 mi.)

Duration: 42 Days Total / 39 Days Walking

Difficulty: moderate

Camino Francés: Fast Track

Saint Jean Pied de Port ⇒ Santiago

Starting at € 1,795

Distance: 790 km. (491 mi.)

Duration: 33 Days Total / 30 Days Walking

Difficulty: moderate

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Camino tours: full listing

Camino Francés

The Full Camino Francés Tour •

790 km. (491 mi.)

40 Days Total, 37 Days Walking • Ø 21.4 km. (13.3 mi.) / Day

Starting in St Jean Pied de Port, crossing an entire country on foot and completing the Pilgrimage in Santiago is a great accomplishment, and a truly rewarding and often even transformational experience.

Camino Francés: Last 100 Ks Tour •

117.9 km. (73.3 mi.)

8 Days Total, 5 Days Walking • Ø 23.6 km. (14.7 mi.) / Day

Starting in Sarria, this Tour offers the journey of the last 100 Km along the iconic French Way, passing through the picturesque lands of Galicia and culminating at the arrival to the Cathedral of Santiago.

Camino Francés: Part 1 Tour •

287.4 km. (178.6 mi.)

15 Days Total, 13 Days Walking • Ø 22.4 km. (13.7 mi.) / Day

Starting on the French side of the Pyrenees and continuing into Spain, this Tour has it all! Masterpieces of human design along the Way are complimented by the beauty of nature, and the local foods and wine-making traditions lend this part of the French Way a unique appeal.

Camino Francés: Part 2 Tour •

215.3 km. (133.8 mi.)

14 Days Total, 12 Days Walking • Ø 17.9 km. (11.1 mi.) / Day

Starting in Burgos, this Tour crosses the vast Meseta – the High Plains of Spain. Its mostly flat terrain is easy to walk and the dramatic, wide-open landscapes are interrupted by villages, towns and even cities of major significance and beauty.

Camino Francés: Part 3 Tour • 

266.9 km. (165.8 mi.)

15 Days Total, 12 Days Walking • Ø 22.2 km. (13.8 mi.) / Day

The landscapes this Tour traverses are very diverse, and the ever-changing scenery – absolutely gratifying. But the most awe-inspiring experience awaits the Pilgrim at Journey’s very end: the arrival at the Cathedral of Saint James!

Camino Portugués

Camino Portugués: Last 100 Ks Tour •

122 km. (76 mi.)

9 Days Total, 6 Days Walking • Ø 20.3 km. (12.6 mi.) / Day

This tour covers the final part of the Traditional Caminho Português (as it’s referred to in Portuguese). It starts in the picturesque Portuguese fortress-city of Valença, crosses into Spain and finishes in front of the Cathedral at Santiago de Compostela.

Camino Portugués: Coastal Tour •

268.6 km. (166.9 mi.)

15 Days Total, 12 Days Walking • Ø 22.4 km. (13.9 mi.) / Day

Starting in Porto, the Portuguese part of the Coastal Camino follows the Atlantic coast northwards. After crossing into Spain, the coast gets left behind, and the pilgrims traverse the lush greenery of the rolling hills and eucalyptus forests of Galicia.

Camino Portugués: Traditional Tour •

242.3 km. (150.6 mi.)

14 Days Total, 11 Days Walking • Ø 22 km. (13.7 mi.) / Day

This Trail’s cultural and historic heritage is especially evident in such cities of major historic significance as Porto, Valença, Tui, Pontevedra and Padrón, and crossing the country border on foot – via the “International Bridge” over the River Minho – is an absolute highlight.

Camino Finisterre – Muxía

Camino Finisterre Tour •

90.5 km. (56.2 mi.)

6 Days Total, 4 Days Walking • Ø 22.6 km. (14 mi.) / Day

The Tour traverses a short, but absolutely picturesque stretch of western Galicia. Leaving the jolly hustle and bustle of the city of Santiago behind, it leads pilgrims into the tranquil, hilly greenery characteristic of these lands.

Camino Finisterre – Muxía Tour •

119.3 km. (74.1 mi.)

8 Days Total, 6 Days Walking • Ø 19.9 km. (12.4 mi.) / Day

The tradition of walking beyond Santiago to Finisterre – the End of the World as it was known in the middle ages – and on to Muxía, where Virgin Mary had appeared to Apostle James, is rooted deeply in history, and both of these coastal towns are true jewels that are worth visiting.

Camino Primitivo

Full Camino Primitivo Tour •

316.3 km. (196.5 mi.)

16 Days Total, 13 Days Walking • Ø 24.3 km. (15.1 mi.) / Day

Camino Primitivo means “The Original Way.” It is claimed that King Alfonse II, who proclaimed the discovery of the Apostle’s remains, was the first to walk to Santiago from Oviedo along this Camino. It is a true deligth for nature lovers who are fit enough for a physical challenge.

Camino Inglés

Full Camino Inglés Tour •

118 km. (73.3 mi.)

8 Days Total, 5 Days Walking • Ø 23.6 km. (14.7 mi.) / Day

The Camino Inglés (the English Way) was the most popular pilgrim route to Santiago for people from England, Ireland and other Nordic countries in the middle ages. They crossed the sea by ship and continued on foot to the tomb of Saint James in Santiago.

Camino del Norte

Full Camino del Norte Tour •

818 km. (508 mi.)

42 Days Total, 39 Days Walking • Ø 21 km. (13 mi.) / Day

The Camino del Norte (the Northern, or the Coastal Way) is the oldest European pilgrim’s route to Santiago de Compostela. It is especially known for its scenic beauty and hikes in pristine nature, and it is a highlight for nature fans, foodies and sportive pilgrims.

Camino TRAILs

Camino Francés
Camino Portugués
Camino Finisterre-Muxía
Via de la Plata
Camino del Norte
Camino Primitivo
Camino Mozárabe
Camino Inglés
Via Podiensis