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Half-Day Way of St James Hiking Tour from San Sebastián
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A network of paths leading to a church holding the remains of St. James (Santo Iago), the patron saint of Spain...
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I walked from Leon to Santiago in 13 days and it turned into a life-changing experience. I did not return home and turn my life completely around but it refreshed my heart and soul in a way that I can't even describe. In fact, I...More

2  Thank Anikabella
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Walked the French way over 800km with my son, I turned 50 half way through. It was one of the best experiences of my life, to turn 50 on a mountain in Spain with my son and other pilgrims was the best. The people we...More

Thank Mahsmith
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We walked the last 112km from Sarria to Santiago. There were nine of us family members and we had a wonderful time walking and being together! We booked through Walks in Spain and all our accommodations were top notch, really couldn't have asked for better!!...More

1  Thank clancunningham
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Owing to mobility issues, I was limited to traveling only 7 km of The Way. It was nonetheless a beautiful and moving experience. The various paths across Spain and beyond come together at Santiago. They do in a sense as the fan out from the...More

Thank padreray
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We walked the last 130km of the Coastal and Portuguese Camino from Baiona to Santiago de Compostella. From Baiona to Vigo then Redondela was not well sign posted but after that was fine. There are some parts on busy roads, but the rest is beautiful...More

Thank PeteC166a
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We started the 2nd part of the camino around the same time as last year. (Last week of Sept. to the 1st week of Oct.) Last year, locals told us, "No es Normal" meaning how hot it was, this year locals told us the same...More

Thank Gperez72
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Two friends and I recently walked along the Camino Frances from Astorga to Santiago. The journey took just under two weeks, and we walked over two mountains and through endless vineyards and framing country. We stayed in some lovely historic towns, and also in a...More

2  Thank 19Sue0909
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband and I walked 117 km from Sarria to Santiago in a week. The walk itself wasn't anywhere near as hard as we had expected a very enjoyable experience. Thanks to Paul senior and Paul junior from walks in Spain for a very well...More

4  Thank lynneAustralia
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

My wife and I recently walked the Camino Frances from St Jean to Santiago and then on to Fisterra and Muxia. The walk to Santiago took us 32 days and we spread out the walk to Muxia over 5 days. We walked from late Aug...More

3  Thank Gavin S
Reviewed 14 October 2017

This section of the Camino is not easy - there are a lot of hills to climb some bigger than others, culminating on the last day at the highest point of the Camino Cruz de Ferro, which is over 1500m above sea level. You walk...More

1  Thank snowyogi
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Response from maguzawa | Reviewed this property |
yep, but: can be very cold (even snow in some places), very short days, lots of rain and many of the businesses (cafes, bars, hotels and hostels) closed. typically a few hundred make it to santiago and request their... More
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