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Camino Guided Tours

Girls dancing while walking with Camino de Santiago Guided Tours
Walk the Camino in 2025 with New Friends and a Certified Camino de Santiago Guide!

Whether you simply prefer travelling with people or you are looking for a more connected pilgrimage journey, walking the Camino de Santiago as part of a guided tour is an excellent experience!

Enjoy in-depth local knowledge from your experienced, multilingual guide. They will look after you, get the latest interesting information from conversations with locals, and share personal stories that you wouldn’t hear anywhere else. You can meet some of our incredible guides here.

Walking as part of a guided Camino group is adds another wonderful element to your Camino. Share the sense of achievement that comes with walking the Camino, and create special memories together. You’ll come to the end of your journey with new friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

As part of our commitment to doing our bit for the planet and taking our share in combating climate change and its long-term negative effects for all of its inhabitants. We would like to announce that you will have one vegetarian meal during your multi-day guided tour with us!

Start planning your Guided Camino de Santiago tour today on one of our fantastic pilgrimage routes in Spain and Portugal!

For those who are short on time, but still want to experience the beauty of completing the Camino, you can walk from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela through the beautiful hilly landscapes of Galicia in just 5 days. You will still receive your certificate of completion, or Compostela, upon arrival at Santiago Cathedral. Take an extra day or 2 to experience the magical city sights at the end.

The final stage of the famous Camino Frances (or French Way) is the most popular Camino package.

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For those who are short on time, but still want to experience the beauty of completing the Camino, you can walk from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela through the beautiful hilly landscapes of Galicia in just 5 days. You will still receive your certificate of completion, or Compostela, upon arrival at Santiago Cathedral. Take an extra day or 2 to experience the magical city sights at the end.

The final stage of the famous Camino Frances (or French Way) is the most popular Camino package.

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This second section from Oia to Santiago de Compostela takes you along the coast around to the Vigo estuary. You will get the opportunity to stay in the beautiful coastal cities of Baiona and Vigo before rejoining the traditional Camino Portuguese from Redondela to Santiago de Compostela. This region is known for its seafood, in particular its oysters and scallops. Wash it down with the local Albarino wine for a true gastronomic delight.

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This second section from Oia to Santiago de Compostela takes you along the coast around to the Vigo estuary. You will get the opportunity to stay in the beautiful coastal cities of Baiona and Vigo before rejoining the traditional Camino Portuguese from Redondela to Santiago de Compostela. This region is known for its seafood, in particular its oysters and scallops. Wash it down with the local Albarino wine for a true gastronomic delight.

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Starting in Porto in Portugal, you’ll follow the road less travelled to the city of Santiago de Compostela. You’ll cycle along some of the most amazing sandy beaches of in the north Portugal and Spain, such as those near Povoa de Varzim. Go for a dip in the clear waters of the Vigo estuary to cool off after a day of cycling and cross one of the most culturally rich and historic areas of Portugal and Spain with mediaeval Camino towns like Pontevedra.
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This walking holiday explores the Camino Portugues, or Portuguese Way, of the iconic Camino de Santiago de Compostela. This Camino, which was used by Queen Isabel of Portugal in the 13th Century, heads north following the Atlantic coast of Portugal and Spain. The Camino Portugues gently winds along ancient paths, running through woodlands, farmlands, vineyards and historic towns. Every day during the walk you’re guaranteed scenic views and local gastronomic delights. This section requires a reasonable level of fitness. However, it’s a highly rewarding walk that includes numerous cultural highlights.
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The Caminho de Fatima is a pilgrimage route from Lisbon to the Shrine of Fatima. This 142km route follows the Camino de Santiago to Santarem where it then diverts to the Shrine of Fatima.
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Santander, another port city, not only boasts a historic centre and beaches but is also where the royal family of Spain use to take their summer breaks. This third section takes you through the western coast of Cantabria with a mixture of coast walking and inland, more hilly country. Leaving Santander, you will move inland passing through towns before coming back to the estuary and village of Arce. A hilly day, passing meadows and sleepy villages, will have you arrive into Santillana del Mar.
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The final section of the Via Francigena takes you from the charming city of Viterbo through the Italian countryside to the urban outskirts of Rome and then into the very heart of Christianity. Standing in the Vatican City is truly the pinnacle of this adventure and an experience many pilgrims take with them through their whole lives.
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Our fun and friendly guides speak Spanish and English, so they’ll make sure that all our services are rendered to the utmost satisfaction, as they are all Follow the Camino certified. They will ensure that your experience on this incredible journey is enhanced even more!

Add a Guide to Your Group Booking!

We can add a guide to any group booking! Get in touch with our Camino Planners for a quote!

Important: Follow The Camino guided tours are guaranteed at a minimum of seven people. In case we do not reach this number, the tour will continue as self-guided and we will provide a partial refund equivalent to the amount paid for the guide.

Where to next?

If you have already walked the Camino and are looking for a guided walking or cycling tour in other parts of Europe then check out our guided tours on our sister website, One Foot Abroad!

There are plenty of options available all across Europe (and even into Morocco!) that are sure to ignite your wanderlust.

Could your next big challenge be the Tour du Mont Blanc, through France, Italy, and Switzerland? 

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