A taste of the Camino
The Northern Camino de Santiago is one of the oldest “Caminos“. It runs along the coast of the Cantabrian Sea for 824km, in 34 stages.
Travelling this route is an incredible experience, but it isn’t always easy to have enough time for the journey.
For this reason, we propose the following option:
We will wander along barely trodden paths that follow the coastline, get close to impressive “bufones” (blowholes), vertiginous cliffs and spectacular beaches where the blue of the sea meets the green of the meadows and the nearby mountains.
This part of the Camino has few slopes. We will move at a slow pace, enjoy the scenery, savour a delicious picnic, and have the occasional dip in the sea.
We will stay in small coastal villages along the Camino, and our luggage will be moved from one place to another, so we have everything ready upon arrival.
We’ll visit the quaint fishing villages of Llanes, with its pristine medieval quarter, and Ribadesella, famous for its cave paintings and the colourful International Descent down the Sella River every August. This event attracts canoeists from all over the world.
⮕Rural Accommodation (double room) & Breakfast
⮕Guided Spanish / English
⮕Backpack and Gear Transfer
⮕Picnic on walks
⮕Civil Liability & Accident Insurance
⮕Main transportation: air, train, bus to meeting point
⮕Any other expenses for food, beverages, transportation, etc. not specified
⮕Single Room Supplement €30 per day
Scheduled dates 2024
⮕ 24 – 30 May
⮕ 16 – 22 June
⮕ 25 – 31 July
⮕ 1 – 7 September