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The famous Camino de Santiago, also known as the St James’ Way and the Camino Frances, is a five hundred mile trail across northern Spain which has been walked by pilgrims for over 1000 years. For most, the Camino ends at the magnificent Romanesque Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela – reputedly the final resting place of St. James the Apostle, although a further few days of walking takes the pilgrim to ‘the end of the earth’ at Finisterre with its downward pointing scallop shell signifying the actual ending and where Pilgrims once burned their boots. We offer the complete route from its start in the French Pyrenees to Santiago or onwards to Finisterre. We divide the Camino into stages of 7-11 nights to offer flexibility, depending on time available and ease of access to/from start and end points.

 

The Walking

Walking the Camino involves average daily distances of about 14 miles and follows well marked paths with good surfaces. Some days are long and where possible we offer a split with accommodation midway. In more remote regions, where accommodation is sparse, this is not always possible. We provide a step by step guide to the trek and location of your overnight hotel along with other supporting notes such as language and history. You may wish to spend an extra night in one of the cities exploring its architecture and culture, especially Santiago at the journey’s end to relax and reflect on your journey. On rare occasions, we offer a short transfer to avoid less attractive sections but if you wish to walk every step it can be arranged! We show the route as five separate sections starting in St Jean Pied-de-Port and ending in Santiago de Compostela, which may be combined as desired. Each section has a brief summary followed by our standard itinerary with approximate distance, ascent and descent.

 

The Experience


Without doubt this holiday is about more than the usual joys of walking! The Camino may be walked  for religious or non-religious reasons or perhaps just the desire to hop out of the fast lane to reflect on life and refresh the soul. For whatever reason, a very special atmosphere arises from the comradeship quickly established between pilgrims of many nationalities - each walking for their own personal reasons. With our fully flexible stages and accommodation grades you can walk all or part of the Camino – many walk a week each year until completed….and then start over again! The experience is recommended for everyone from Church Groups to the solo walker, all joining together at the Cathedral in Santiago to witness or participate in the daily Pilgrims’ Mass – an intensely memorable and moving experience.

    

Variations

Our basic itineraries can be varied when possible. You may make the walking days shorter by adding additional nights, take rest days in one of the existing stops or stay longer at the beginning or end to explore the historical and vibrant cities. Just contact us with your wishes and we will provide a quotation.

 

Luggage Transfers

Luggage may be transported from each hotel to the next enabling you to travel with a day rucksack. Unlike our other treks, baggage transfer is an optional extra as many Perigrinos (Pilgrims) prefer to travel light and carry their own. See price section for costs.


Walk Grading

St Jean Pied-de-Port to Pamplona  - Moderate to Challenging

Pamplona to Burgos - Moderate

Burgos to Leon - Easy

Leon to O Cebreiro - Moderate to Challenging

O Cebreiro to Santiago - Moderate


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St James' Way

Your hotels have been selected to be friendly, welcoming and comfortable.

We offer standard and higher grade hotel options.  Our standard grade hotels all have rooms with private bathroom, and are generally 2* in category. The higher graded option utilises superior accomodation (where available) that is generally 3*. In Santiago the higher grade option included is a 4* hotel.

All hotels have been chosen to be convenient for the route.

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The Route

We show this as five separate sections which may be combined as required.

Ascents and Descents are approximate to give an overview of the route with the first week being more challenging than the last. Our basic itineraries can be varied when possible. You may make the walking days shorter by adding additional nights, take rest days in one of the existing stops or stay longer at the beginning or end to explore the historical and vibrant cities. Just contact us with your wishes and we will provide a quotation.

St Jean Pied-de-Port to Pamplona

Grade: Moderate to Challenging

The Camino starts in one of the most beautiful regions of the whole route. St Jean in the Basque lands of France is a well preserved gem of a village although thronged by Pilgrims for best part of the year. Crossing the Pyrenees on the first day may be a tough start but the scenery is stunning, birds of prey circle overhead and the chatter amongst pilgrims lively and enthusiastic. A choice of two routes; our preferred Route de Napoleon taking the pilgrim high over the mountains, or the lower Route de Valcarlos, leads into Roncesvalles nestling in the Spanish foothills. Here, in this monastic settlement, the experience truly begins. From Roncesvalles, the Camino follows mountain streams through ancient forests and colourful Basque villages to Pamplona – Navarra. Here one can sample delicious Navarra wines and experience the most lively fiestas in Spain – a blend well matched. More details see our cross Pyrenees trek

Day 1 Travel to St Jean Pied-de-Port and overnight in the city centre.

Day 2 St Jean Pied-de-Port to Roncesvalles A choice of two routes today to cross the Pyrenees into Spain. Take the easier and/or poor weather Route de Valcarlos,

Distance 15 miles/24km Ascent 3267ft/990m Descent 660ft/200m Time 6 hours

or the higher, more physically demanding but breathtakingly beautiful Route de Napoleon.

Distance 17 miles/27km Ascent 4587ft/1390m Descent 1650ft/500m Time 7 hours

Either way you will cross the mountains into Spain to arrive at the medieval settlement of Roncesvalles.

Day 3 Roncesvalles to Aquerreta Easier walking today takes you along quiet country tracks through forests and alongside tranquil rivers as the landscape flattens into rolling farmland. Pretty Basque villages offer stopping off points for refreshments. The day ends in a beautifully restored Basque house (featured in the film “The Way”). (Day may be shortened by 3 miles/5km to overnight Zubiri)

Distance 17 miles/27km Ascent 891ft/270m Descent 1056ft/320m Time 7 hours

Day 4 Aquerreta to Pamplona A shorter day of 15km takes you into the walled city of Pamplona. Spend the afternoon wandering the narrow streets exploring the many historical monuments and museums and absorbing the atmosphere of this vibrant city.

Distance 12.5 miles/20km Ascent 990ft/300m Descent 1485ft/450m Time 4 hours

Day 5 Return home or keep walking………..

Pamplona to Burgos

Grade: Moderate

Many Pilgrims who have made their way along the entire length of the Camino claim that this  section, without doubt, offered the best walking, but perhaps their memories were infused with the luscious, vanilla scented Rioja wines! Beautiful it is. The landscapes through Navarra and Rioja are soft and beautiful. To the north and south snow-capped mountains rise from the fertile Ebro Valley enhanced by endless vines springing vigorously from the rich, red earth contrasting with velvety fields of cereal crops fresh and green in spring turning golden as the summer progresses.  Villages are fresh and clean with history oozing from every crevice in the soft stone buildings. Pamplona is a city worthy of exploration with its narrow cobbled streets squeezed within the city walls. Experience its almost constant fiestas, culminating in the infamous Fiesta de San Fermin and the running of the bulls. Folk in this region like to party and the flowing wines and fresh wholesome food makes walking this part of the Camino all the more pleasurable.

Day 1 Travel to Pamplona and overnight in the city centre.

Day 2 Pamplona to Puente la Reina Join the Camino in front of the awesome but somewhat morbid façade of Pamplona’s Cathedral and leaving the city you are soon amongst rolling green hills. These later give way to vineyards before a stiff climb over Alto de Perdon. Look back for stunning views of  Pamplona. Continue on, perhaps detouring to visit the spectacular church of Eunate before arrival in Puente la Reina.

Distance 14.5 miles/23km Ascent 1815ft/550m Descent 2145ft/650m Time 5.5 hours

Day 3 Puente la Reina to Estella A fairly easy day wandering through olive groves and vineyards, passing through pretty villages with Romanesque Churches, crossing rivers by ancient bridges and walking a section of the most well preserved Roman Road along the entire Camino. Overnight in Estella with its numerous churches, antique shops and spectacular Palacio de los Reyes de Navarra.

Distance 13.5 miles/22km Ascent 990ft/300m Descent 396ft/120m Time 5.5 hours

Day 4 Estella to Los Arcos Wine cellars, vineyards and vultures are on offer today (as well as a fountain of free wine provided by a certain Bodega to revive thirsty Pilgrims). Climb up to castellated Villamayor de Monjardin pausing to admire some exquisite silverwork in the Iglesia de San Andres. Continue to Los Arcos for overnight.

Distance 13.5 miles/22km Ascent 1155ft/350m Descent 660ft/200m Time 6 hours

Day 5 Los Arcos to Logrono A pleasant walk today, although on the long side, through vineyards and rolling farmland with skylarks, red kites and kestrels for company. The village of Sansol, with its lovely Baroque architecture makes a good stopping point. As the day progresses, you are rewarded with fine views of the distant Sierra de la Demanda and Logrono in the distance.

Distance 17.5 miles/28km Ascent 990ft/300m Descent 891ft/270m Time 7.5 hours

Day 6 Logrono to Najera Leave Logrono – the principal centre of wine production for La Rioja and continue through vineyards to the fortified hillside town of Navarette. Caves used for cooling wines and storage of the regions’ famous mushrooms riddle the hill itself. From here the Camino continues on to Najera attractively nestling into pink cliffs with the Rio Najerilla below.

Distance 18.5 miles/30km Ascent 891ft/270m Descent 495ft/150m Time 8 hours

Day 7 Najera to Santo Domingo de la Calzada An easier day as most of the route crosses a plateau between the valleys bordering Najera and Santo Domingo. Your destination for the night is a bustling and attractive town where, if time allows, you can explore its graceful squares and grand 16th century houses.

Distance 13 miles/21km Ascent 990ft/300m Descent 363ft/110m Time 5.5 hours

Day 8 Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Belorado Another relatively flat day as vineyards give way to farmland with a diverse variety of crops. Rolling hills lead you from La Rioja into Castilla y Leon and on to Belorada. A town once famous for its leather industry it has a wide open square with numerous bars and cafes and fine views from the ruined castle above.

Distance 14.5 miles/23km Ascent 726ft/220m Descent 594ft/180m Time 6 hours

Day 9 El Belorado to Atapuerca The longest day of this section is initially uphill before descending to the beautiful village of Villafranca Montes. From here a superb ridge walk takes you onwards to pretty San Juan de Ortega before a final forested section into Atapuerco where in 1997 archeologists discovered some of the best preserved human remains ever found – 800,000 years old! The findings are now a UNES CO World Heritage Site.

Distance 18.5 miles/30km Ascent 1650ft/500m Descent 660ft/200m Time 8 hours

Day 10 Atapuerca to Burgos The final day into Burgos is shorter, easier and mostly downhill …….after a short climb over the Sierra de Atapuerca. Stunning views towards Burgos and the vast expanse of Spain’s Meseta greet you from the summit. Continue down to Burgos where you spend your last night.

Distance 13 miles/21km Ascent 462ft/140m Descent 660ft/200m Time 5 hours

Day 11 Return home or keep walking………..

Burgos to Leon

Grade: Easy

Leaving the imposing city of Burgos, the Pilgrim can relax into a gentle pace and truly experience the vast emptiness and huge skies of Spain’s Meseta. This section offers easy walking before the challenges and stunning scenery of the Cordillera Cantabrica ahead. Rolling hills, rich agricultural landscapes and time locked villages with their adobe houses are the foundations of the route. People are few, birds of prey are many….kestrels, Egyptian vultures, peregrine falcons and Bonelli’s eagles to name a few. On the ground, see a flash of coral from the crest of a hoopoe and hear the sweet song of skylarks. Wild flowers provide a riot of colour amongst the endless cornfields in spring and autumn, while moisture loving plants densely crowd the rivers and streams. The destination is Leon with its magnificent Cathedral housing

Day 1 Travel to Burgos and overnight in the city centre.

Day 2 Burgos to Hornillos del Camino The Camino soon leaves the city and passes through attractive rolling farmland. Cross a few rivers, climb a few hills before reaching the pretty village of Hornillos. As no accommodation here, transfer to Burgos for overnight and opportunity to explore more of the city.

Distance 12.5 miles/20km Ascent 825ft/250m Descent 660ft/200m Time 4.5 hours

Day 3 Hornillos del Camino to Castrojeriz A day of remoteness crossing typical ‘paramo’ landscapes of bleak moorland. Folds in the gentle hills hide picturesque villages – some of the most beautiful along the Camino.

Distance 12 miles/19km Ascent 396ft/120m Descent 495ft/150m Time 5 hours

Day 4 Castrojeriz to Fromista Depart the beautiful castellated village of Castrojeriz by crossing a Roman walkway and bridge over the river before a short, sharp climb to Alto de Mostelares brings the reward of magnificent views. Descending across rolling hills of many shades to walk alongside a canal to Fromista with its fine examples of Romanesque architecture.

Distance 15 miles/24km Ascent 957ft/290m Descent 858ft/260m Time 6 hours

Day 5 Fromista to Carrion de los Condes Two options of route are available today as the Camino splits between a quiet but longer path with a distinct mediaeval feel to it, or a shorter faster roadside route. Both converge at the beautiful village of Villacalzar de Sirga. Overnight in the mediaeval town of Carrion de los Condes.

Distance 12.5 miles/20km Ascent 198ft/60m Descent 198ft/60m Time 5 hours

Day 6 Carrion de los Condes to Calzadilla de la Cueza An easy day of absolute flatness, much of the route following a Roman Road, but if skies are clear you will see the Cordillera Cantabrica in the far distance – stunning if snowcapped.

Distance 10.5 miles/17km Ascent Minimal Descent Minimal Time 4 hours

Day 7 Calzadilla de la Cueza to Sahagun Endless flatness, endless views and a birdwatchers’ paradise.

Distance 14 miles/22km Ascent 594ft/180m Descent 660ft/200m Time 5.5 hours

Day 8 Sahagun to El Burgo Ranero A choice of routes again, either follow the road or detour through the isolated village of Calzadilla de los Hermanillos with its fine examples of adobe houses. A few small hills, groves of trees and flowing streams signify a change in the landscape as you approach El Burgo Ranero.

Distance 11 miles/18km Ascent 330ft/100m Descent 99ft/30m Time 5 hours

Day 9 El Burgo Ranero to Mansilla de las Mulas The sweeping, open countryside gives constant views of the horizon and the Cordillera Cantabrica ahead. The complete absence of settlements and trees creates an almost desert like landscape with the land becoming more fertile as you draw closer to the walled town of Mansilla.

Distance 12 miles/19km Ascent 297ft/90m Descent 297ft/90m Time 5 hours

Day 10 Mansilla de las Mulas to Leon Hills and mountains now fill the horizon as you continue on to Leon. At the end of this stage, there are magnificent views as you descend into the city. Overnight in Leon.

Distance 11.5 miles/18km Ascent 528ft/160m Descent 264ft/80m Time 4 hours

Day 11 Return home or keep walking………..

Leon to O Cebreiro

Grade: Moderate to Challenging

Here the mountainous terrain has been moulded by the elements offering a true feeling of Spain’s ancient Maragato culture enabling you to experience a sense of ancient pilgrimage without the overnight hardships! In contrast to the mountainous part of the route, the Camino passes through the El Bierzo valley where its soft gentle landscape provides some delicious wines for sampling in the evening. Finally, entering Galicia, after a hard but rewarding climb up to O Cebreiro, the pilgrim arrives at one of the most significant places of the whole route - an ancient hamlet, often shrouded in mist, perched on a mountain top at 1325 metres.

Day 1 Fly to Leon and overnight in the city centre.

Day 2 Villadangos to Astorga Following a short transfer to Hospital de Orbigo to avoid the busy suburbs of Leon, an easy and fairly level walk takes you to Astorga - another beautiful town to explore!

Distance 17.5 miles/28km Ascent 462ft/140m Descent 264ft/80m Time 6 hours

Day 3 Astorga to Rabanal del Camino Gently ascend to Rabanal del Camino crossing open countryside with far reaching views and ancient Maragato villages.

Distance 13.5 miles/22km Ascent 825ft/250m Descent 99ft/30m Time 5.5 hours

Day 4 Rabanal del Camino to Molinaseca A more challenging day, ascending to the highest point on the Cordillera Cantabrica, before descending to Molinaseca in the beautiful and fertile El Bierzo valley.

Distance 15 miles/24km Ascent 1650ft/500m Descent 2970ft/900m Time 5.5 hours

Day 5 Molinaseca to Villafranca del Bierzo A long but reasonably level day through the El Bierzo valley to Villafranca del Bierzo – one of Spain’s most beautiful villages. 20 miles (day can be split).

Distance 19.5 miles/31km Ascent 462ft/140m Descent 825ft/250m Time 7.5 hours

Day 6 Villafranca del Bierzo to O Cebreiro It’s a long, rewarding day with stunning scenery in all directions, ending with the climb up to O Cebreiro where you stay overnight to experience this unique location. (day can be split)

Distance 19 miles/30km Ascent 2970ft/900m Descent 990ft/300m Time 8 hours

Day 7 Return home or keep walking…….

O Cebreiro to Santiago

Grade: Moderate

The final week of the Camino de Santiago starts high in O Cebreiro. For the first two days the route undulates through tranquil countryside with stunning views, bubbling streams and ancient farmsteads adding to the charm. Follow wonderful rural cart tracks weaving between stone walled fields or wander along quiet roads through hamlets and farming communities. The approaches to Santiago remain just as peaceful through small villages and eucalyptus forests. Finally, in the last few hours and with the anticipation of reaching your goal, you enter Santiago through its attractive suburbs to reach one of Spain’s most beautiful and cultural medieval cities. Passing through the Pilgrim’s Gate, finally stand in front of this vast Cathedral and feel a special and moving sense of

achievement – the experience is quite overwhelming.

Day 1 Arrive Santiago de Compostela or La Coruna and transfer to O Cebreiro (about 2 hours).

Day 2 O Cebreiro to Triacastela After an early climb up to Alto de la Roque with its imposing statue of a windswept pilgrim, descend through stunning green hills to the remote village of Triacastela noting the interesting ‘horreos’ (grain stores) along the way.

Distance 13 miles/21km Ascent 495ft/150m Descent 1881ft/570m Time 7 hours

Day 3 Triacastella to Sarria A day of lush river valleys and hilltop views to the town of Sarria – 100 km from Santiago. This is the last point from which you can walk to gain the Pilgrim’s Compostela.

Distance 11 miles/18km Ascent 990ft/300m Descent 1518ft/460m Time 6 hours

Day 4 Sarria to Portomarin Follow winding cart tracks to reach Portomarin, a town raised from the valley floor stone by stone to make way for the Mino reservoir. The village can still be seen when the reservoir is low A good stop for a rest day with historic Lugo nearby.

Distance 13 miles/21km Ascent 792ft/240m Descent 1122ft/340m Time 7 hours

Day 5 Portomarin to Palas de Rey Quiet country lanes and tracks lead over the Sierra Ligonde to Palas de Rey.

Distance 15 miles/24km Ascent 1485ft/450m Descent 594ft/180m Time 8 hours

Day 6 Palas de Rey to Arzua A long day of gently rolling hills as the Camino winds its way through ancient villages and farming communities. The day may be split in Melide – famous for its delicious stewed  Octopus!

Distance 17.5 miles/28km Ascent 660ft/220m Descent 1254ft/380m Time 8.5 hours

Day 7 Arzua to Lavacolla Continuing through rolling farmland and forests you become ever closer to Santiago. Lavacolla is where Pilgrims reputedly washed away weeks of dirt before entering the city.

Distance 16 miles/26km Ascent 660ft/220m Descent 825ft/250m Time 8 hours

Day 8 Feel a special sense of achievement as you enter Santiago through the Pilgrims’ Gate and finally stand in front of the Cathedral – the sensation is quite overwhelming. 6 miles Ascent 50m Descent 90m Return home, stay on in Santiago ….or keep walking to Finisterre!

Distance 6 miles/10km Ascent 165ft/50m Descent 297ft/90m Time 2 hours


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Crossing the Pyrenees is best avoided in the winter months, December to February. There is a chance of snow impeding the high route in March and November. July and August will be hot when out of the mountains. The Cordillera Cantabrica and Galicia both share a climate which is influenced by its surrounding seas which generally gives more variable weather than the rest of Spain. Summer days are usually warm, but on some days temperatures may reach 30-35C. Rainy days are more likely in spring and autumn but both seasons offer warm, sunny days, ideal for walking. Some snow and harsher conditions may be expected in winter in the O Cebreiro area. Burgos to Leon can be walked all year although summer temperatures may be too hot for enjoyable walking. Winter can be cold but clear and bright.

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Each possible start and finish point has different ways of getting to and from the most local airports. Once you have chosen your journey we will advise the best means of getting to and from the start/finish. There are flights from the UK to many Spanish airports. We use all airlines and also book Spanish trains and busses. From the arrival point in a city, either airport, bus or railway station we arrange the transfer to your hotel. At the end we also arrange the transfer to airport, bus or railway station, and your return flight to the UK.

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St James Way

Hotel to Hotel Trek

2014

All holiday prices include half board, (dinner, bed and breakfast), accommodation, except in Santiago where it is B&B. Also includes, as indicated, bus/rail tickets and transfers between the airport, bus or train station and the first/last hotel.  Self guided walking includes our unique walking booklet and walking map. Baggage transfer is an optional extra and is priced on a per bag, max 20kgs, basis. Prices with flights includes typical air seat prices from a London airport and return, see our policy on holidays with flights by clicking.

These are the prices for the different sections. We can put together any combination or portion

Prices are per person and based on two travellers sharing a room  and in GBP / UK £.

Section

Nights

Prices include following

A private transfer between local train or bus station and hotel at beginning and at the end, except St. Jean.

A

B

C

D

E

Sarria to Santiago

7

Private transfer to/ from Santiago Airport

505

21

125

29

58

 

 

Above + Flights to/from Santiago

620

21

125

29

58


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarria to Santiago

7

Private transfer to/ from Santiago Airport

690

25

n/a

n/a

58

Country House Experience


Above + Flights to/from Santiago

805

25

n/a

n/a

58









O Cebriero to

7

Private transfer to/ from Santiago Airport

512

18

108

27

77

                   Santiago

 

Above + Flights to/from Santiago

662

18

108

27

77

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leon to O Cebriero

7

Bus  Madrid to Leon, transfer to O Cebriero to airport

540

16

115

24

72

 

 

Above + Flight to Madrid & return from Santiago

690

16

115

24

72

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burgos to Leon

10

Bus  Madrid to Burgos, bus Leon to Madrid

654

19

125

19

96

 

 

Above + Flight to/from Madrid

794

19

125

19

96

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pamplona to Burgos

10

Bus  Zaragoza to Pamplona, bus Burgos to Madrid

750

24

11

21

106


 

Above + Flight to Zaragoza and return from Madrid

910

24

11

21

106

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Jean  to Pamplona

4

Own arrangements (St Jean) to hotel , Bus to Zaragoza

405

29

n/a

n/a

45

                

 

Above + Flight to Biarritz and return from Zaragoza

565

29

n/a

n/a

45

 













































* We can provide train/bus times but cannot book them

 A Half board** price sharing a twin/double standard room, standard hotels (mostly 2*)

 B Single supplement per person per night

 C Supplement for Higher Graded hotels 3* where available, 4* Santiago per person for entire trip

 D Single supplement Higher Graded hotels per person per night

 E Baggage transfer per bag max 20kg per bag

** Half board = dinner, bed and breakfast

 

Journeys into Santiago with different starting points. Does not include a night in Santiago

All holiday prices include half board, (dinner, bed and breakfast), accommodation, except in Santiago where it is B&B. Also includes, as indicated, bus/rail tickets and transfers between the airport, bus or train station and the first/last hotel.  Self guided walking includes our unique walking booklet and walking map. Baggage transfer is an optional extra and is priced on a per bag, max 20kgs, basis. Prices with flights includes typical air seat prices from a London airport and return, see our policy on holidays with flights by clicking.  

Section

Nights

Prices include following

A private transfer between local train or bus station and hotel at beginning and at the end, except St. Jean.

A

B

C

D

E

Sarria to Santiago

7

Private transfer to/ from Santiago Airport

505

21

125

29

58

 

 

Above + Flights to/from Santiago

620

21

125

29

58









Sarria to Santiago

7

Private transfer to/ from Santiago Airport

690

25

n/a

n/a

58

Country House Experience


Above + Flights to/from Santiago

805

25

n/a

n/a

58

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O Cebriero to Santiago

7

Private transfer to/ from Santiago Airport

512

18

108

27

77

                  

 

Above + Flights to/from Santiago

662

18

108

27

77

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leon to  Santiago

14

Bus  Madrid to Leon, transfer to Santiago airport

785

16

216

25

149

 

 

Above + Flight to Madrid & return from Santiago

935

16

216

25

149

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burgos to Santiago

23

Bus  Madrid to Burgos, transfer to Santiago airport

1223

19

307

24

245

 

 

Above + Flight to Madrid & return from Santiago

1373

19

307

24

245

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pamplona  to Santiago

32

Bus  Zaragoza to Pamplona, Transfer to Santiago airport

1813

20

327

24

352

                  

 

Above + Flight to Zaragoza and return from Santiago

1973

20

327

24

352

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Jean  to Santiago

35

Own arrangements* (St Jean) to hotel , Transfer to Santiago airport

2030

21

350

24

391

               

 

Above + Flight to Biarritz and return from Santiago

2200

21

350

24

391

 













































* We can provide train/bus times but cannot book them

A Half board** price sharing a twin/double standard room, standard hotels (mostly 2*)

B Single supplement per person per night

C Supplement for Higher Graded hotels 3* where available, 4* Santiago per person for entire trip

D Single supplement Higher Graded hotels per person per night

E Baggage transfer per bag max 20kg per bag

** Half board = dinner, bed and breakfast

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