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Follow The Camino

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Camino France

Walking the last 120km from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, we had an amazing experience and... read more

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Alan0306
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Camino Primativo

Loved our Camino experience. 9 days walking from Oviedo to Lugo on the Camino Primativo was just... read more

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Sarah O
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Since 2006, Follow The Camino has organised tours of the Camino de Santiago for thousands of pilgrims and holiday makers , coming from all over the world to walk, cycle or horse ride along The Way. We provide tailored packages for our clients...more
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Reviewed yesterday

Walking the last 120km from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, we had an amazing experience and loved everything about the time away. The organisation of accommodation and travel was first class and all we needed to think about was putting one foot in front of...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Loved our Camino experience. 9 days walking from Oviedo to Lugo on the Camino Primativo was just gorgeous. This was a truly beautiful part of Spain walking through mountains, forests and sleepy villages. We stayed in some lovely places and not having to carry big...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We loved everything about our 2 week Camino. The places, the amazing people and the rhythm of walking together. Eva at Follow the Camino was superb and helped us shape an itinerary that really worked for us. She was helpful, knowledgeable and gave excellent advice...More

Thank Gary O
Reviewed 4 days ago

Overall I had an incredible time on the Camino ---- the people, the walking, the scenery, and our wonderful guide Silvia were fantastic. I was disappointed with some of the places we stayed in, and the consensus of our group of 13 was that the...More

Thank Lisagkramer
Reviewed 4 days ago

We used Follow the Camino service for our Camino Portuguese and were extremely satisfied with the quality of the services provided. The hotels we stayed in were very satisfactory and well placed to the Camino path. The luggage transfer service worked very well with no...More

Thank Jill R
Reviewed 4 days ago

I did the walk solo and loved every minute of it. The walk is spectacular. Follow the Camino arranged for accommodation at lovely inns and hotels along the way and transported my suitcase. Everything worked perfectly.

Thank Sue2356
Reviewed 5 days ago

My Wife and several friends took the walk of a lifetime. We looked forward to each accommodations and every single day was exciting. The food we ate, the wine we drank and the miles we walked all added up to time well spent together!

Thank Anthony K
Reviewed 1 week ago

I can't say enough good things about my trek with Follow The Camino. From the very start, they were efficient and well organized. All the accommodations were excellent, the food very good and we could not have asked for a better guide. This definitely was...More

Thank Mary R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Absolutely fabulous , beautiful views , hotels were good , one amazing old monastery ! Transfers all worked out and hotel in Santiago v central

Thank Mamamia2619
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well organised trip. An advantage would be the inclusion off town maps indicating the selected accommodation in reference to the Camino route - as was available in the accommodation in Caldas de Reis. I'm sure the local Tourist Offices must have such maps available.

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MickyBRN
7 September 2018|
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Response from CaminoJane | Property representative |
Hi there, it sounds like you would really enjoy the Camino Portugues Coastal route. This route takes you along the rugged Atlantic coastline, before moving inland and joining the traditional Camino Portugues and arriving in... More
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Lab128
3 September 2018|
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Hi there, we'd recommend the final 100KM of the Camino Frances, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. This is a stunning week-long walk and is the perfect introduction to the Camino. Also, needless to say, the region is... More
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twoblueshoes
20 June 2018|
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Hi Pam! It's true that Sarria to Santiago is the most popular stretch of the Camino, however it is not too crowded during the summer months. September is generally the peak season, as weather has cooled down a little... More
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