- Why you have to hike the Camino de Santiago
- How to choose the right route for you
- The coolest stops along the way
- How to plan a Camino hiking tour
- Fitness levels, logistics, and other essential info
Camino de Santiago is a sprawling 800-kilometer trail network that winds across the Iberian Peninsula, culminating at the sanctuary of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Once traveled by kings and conquerors, then by pious pilgrims, it’s now revered by trekkers as one of the finest thru-hikes in Western Europe.
Every year, over 300,000 “peregrinos” tackle the 1,200-year-old trek on one of seven different routes. Some take to the coastal cliffs and vibrant villages of Northern Spain, others follow historic Roman vias and Moorish monuments, while others traverse the beaches and hills of Portugal. The network is a convoluted one, and untangling it alone feels like a leap of faith.
Don’t leave anything up to chance. Check out our webinar on hiking Camino de Santiago and learn everything you need to know—the ins and outs of all the different routes, how to choose the right one for you, what to expect, and how to prepare for the adventure ahead.
If you want to walk the paths of the pilgrims—and do it the right way—don’t miss out on this gift from the heavens!
Umberto is the founder of Follow the Camino, the longest-established Camino de Santiago tour operator, with over 10 years of experience in the business. He created the company to share his love for the Camino and help peregrinos reach their personal goals with passion and enthusiasm. He focuses strongly on our responsibility as pilgrims and keeping the trail as-is for future generations.