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Camino Ways.com

15702, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
353 1 525 28 86
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7-Day Camino Frances Walking Tour from Sarria to Santiago
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Exciting, fun Camino de Santiago tours and activities in Santiago de Compostela. Join one of our day tours, relax, and let us take you on a journey of 1000 years along the Camino de Santiago, its history and myths. Our small groups are run by friendly professional local guides with perfect English. You can also explore the places independently with our special Discovery Pack that includes notes and maps, with stories, details of the art, history.
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  • Very good19%
  • Average5%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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15702, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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353 1 525 28 86
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Reviewed yesterday

The rooms were fine but the breakfast was basic and very disappointing in some of the accommodations, location on some of the nights was out of town would have preferred to stay in the town that I arrived in. The evening meals in some of...More

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Thank Padraig b
Reviewed 2 days ago

Walked the French Way in September with my hubby and 18 others from all over the world, it was a fantastic experience, walking through beautiful forests, hamlets, villages etc and stopping off every so often to freshen up. Our guide Llibert was excellent and very...More

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Thank MarieK39
Reviewed 2 days ago

Camino Ways were excellent throughout from initial booking enquiry to during our walk when last minute changes had to made by our group. All arrangements went as planned and all accommodation was very clean. Would highly recommend Camino Ways and hope to book with them...More

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Thank goldie1888
Reviewed 3 days ago

We were happy with our choice of CaminoWays for our self guided tour. The preparation literature, walking notes, and maps and general information were comprehensive and the regular videos and notes as well as the various stories of experiences by Camino pilgrims most interesting. The...More

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Thank TeriMelbourne
Reviewed 4 days ago

As an experienced and independent traveler searching for an authentic cultural experience, this trip fell way short of expectations. High rise hotels filled with large tour groups, prepaid buffet dinners, a 28 mile hike on the first day? Not my style.

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Thank John B
Reviewed 6 days ago

We walked the Camino Portuguese from Lisbon to Santiago in 29 days with the assistance of Camino Ways. The accommodations and transfer of our bags were without problems. On a whole the bookings were acceptable and the food very good. There were a couple of...More

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Thank Patte P
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were willing to pay a premium with the hope of getting some really nice lodging. The staff at these hotels were all nice, but the hotels were not worth the price we paid. Even in Rome where there are many hotels the choice was...More

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Thank carlhL5400OT
Reviewed 1 week ago

Camino Ways did a great job coordinating our walking trip through Tuscany, from early communications through the very end of the trip. The route was beautiful, well-signed and uncrowded. Though we chose "basic" accommodations, they were mostly quite a bit better than basic, some bordering...More

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Thank Katherine D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Camino ways did a very good job in hiring the right folks to transfer our luggage. The hotels were great except one just outside Belorado which did not feed us breakfast except stale bread and tea or coffee, then we had to walk 16 miles...More

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Thank Mary W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Honestly, I didn't really want to do the camino. I initially did it because my husband really wanted to do it. We rode bikes instead of walking, because we didn't have enough time to do the route we wanted to complete. SO...... IT WAS THE...More

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Pennykav
7 August 2017|
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Response from MariaGolpe | Property representative |
Hi Pennykav, there are many routes and you can start at many points along the way. The question is how long would you like to walk? You could walk as much or as little as you like ;-)
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Boston-SFGirl
15 June 2017|
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Response from MariaGolpe | Property representative |
Hi, the Geneva Way would be more similar to the St Francis Way in that sense, most accommodation options are family-run guesthouses as opposed to hostels like the French Way for instance. It is very well marked however it is... More
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evans81051
16 May 2017|
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Response from Lisa Gibbons C | Property representative |
Hi Evans8105, there isn't much difference between the two routes that you have mentioned. If you are comparing the last section of the Portuguese Way from Tui and Sarria to Santiago then the Portuguese Way has slightly more... More
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