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There’s still time to save on one of our pack-free guided Camino walks in southern Europe!
Super Earlybird savings of up to $1000 per couple / $500 per person available now. Offer ends 31 July.
So what is it about a Camino walk that makes it so special?
Could it be the amazing accommodation – stunning villas, ancient castles? Could it be the wonderful choice of gourmet food – Spanish tapas, classic French cuisine? Or maybe the iconic views – the Pyrenees, the Basque region, the Portuguese coastline?
More likely it’s all of the above – all wrapped up into a weeklong – or longer – walking adventure you won’t forget.
Life’s An Adventure has chosen the most popular routes offering tours from 8 to 18 days (joining 2 or 3 of the options below together), so you can choose your length of pilgrimage travelling from as far as France, or shorter walks across Spain or from Portugal.
Walks have been designed specifically for Australians allowing you to maximise your time whilst travelling, walking the best sections, staying in the best accommodation along each route, many historical buildings, which were once monasteries but in modern days have been renovated as Grand Hotels in superb locations.
Along the way you will savour sensational local produce perfectly matched with wines from the region.
Many don’t realise that there is a network of dozens of Camino routes crisscrossing Europe. Traditionally Christian pilgrims in the Middle Ages would travel from their homes, along roads, across mountains and through villages leading to the shrine of the Apostle Saint James the Great, situated in the grand cathedral Sanitago de Compostela in north-western Spain.
In modern days, people follow the route for many reasons, whether that be spiritual, self-reflection, a challenge, to mark a turning point or new phase in their life or to simply soak up the quaint villages and beautiful landscapes along the way, each person will have their own goal.
Our pack-free guided walks allow you to go at your own pace so you can soak up the scenery and atmosphere of these beautiful and ancient paths. Plus if you walk the last 100km you’ll receive your Compostela (Pilgrim’s Certificate). Click here for more info.