Camino de Santiago is a Pilgrimage of 500 miles beginning in France, crossing the Pyrrenes then walking across northern Spain to end at The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. We plan to begin on June 16th and hope to complete the trip in 33 days. We are now in the planning stages and will keep you updated on this great adventure!

The Camino Frances or French Way is the most traditional of all the pilgrims’ ways to Santiago de Compostela, dating from the 12th century. It is by far the most celebrated and the best known internationally. In the Medieval times, thousands of pilgrims, mostly coming from France, were walking the French Way to reach the Tomb of the Apostle Saint James the Great.

This Camino crosses some of the most beautiful parts of Spain with great cities like Pamplona, Leon, Burgos. It reaches many very important pilgrimages’ towns like Saint Jean Pied de Port, Logrono and Sarria.