The Camino Mozarabe

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The Camino Mozarabe

Distance: 385Km

Duration: 16 days / 15 nights

Meals: Half Board or Only Breakfast

Accomodation: Hotels and Country Cottages

Price: From 1.395€ per person

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The Camino Mozarabe is a pilgrimage route, an alternative to the Camino de Santiago, used by Mozarabs who professed their faith in Islamic territory, in the direction of Santiago de Compostela.

During the tour, along the Camino Mozarábe, you will enjoy the incredible Mediterranean landscape, surrounded by olive groves, dirt tracks, Roman roads and fields of oaks.

You will start in Granada, a city famous for the Alhambra, an Arab fortress of incredible magnitude; and you will end up in Mérida, where the Camino Mozarabe connects with the Vía de la Plata, or enjoy the beauty of this city, declared a World Heritage Site.







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Camino Mozarabe Itinerary

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Granada

Granada is a Spanish city, located in the autonomous community of Andalusia. We suggest you visit the Alhambra, stroll through the neighborhoods of Albaicín and Sacromonte, visit other important monuments and enjoy its cuisine and its hammam.

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From Granada to Moclín - 34Km

You will follow the arrows when leaving Granada through the tunnel of the highway. You will cross cultivated fields, until you reach the historic towns of Macarena, Atarfe, Pinos Puente and Olivares. Finish in Moclín, where you can enjoy the views of the Sierra Nevada on the horizon.

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From Moclín to Alcalá la Real - 22km

We will leave Moclín for the Cuautel de la Benemérita. During this stage, you will alternate your path between road and dirt tracks. You will cross streams and small towns. The Cave of Malalmuerzo stands out, a treasure of the Paleolithic and the Neolithic that you will surely love. The day ends in Alcalá la Real, which has a great architectural heritage.

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From Alcalá la Real to Alcaudete - 23km

Short stage and without major slopes. The path runs along paths, Roman bridges and small villages. Occasionally you will have to travel small stretches by road, we suggest you be careful during this journey. If you have time, you can visit the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Fuensanta.

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From Alcaudete to Baena - 24km

Between Alcaudete and the Cortijo de la Paloma you will have to walk for a few kilometers along the Córdoba road. Soon you will enter dirt tracks and olive trees. You will cross some rivers and bridges and end the day in Baena. If you have time, we suggest you visit its monuments and relax walking through its beautiful streets.

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From Baena to Castro del Río - 22km

Short, quiet stage and runs through landscapes and roads, without many intermediate populations. The best reward for this effort is the arrival in the beautiful Cordoba town of Castro del Río.

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From Castro del Río to Córdoba - 40km

You will start the road in the direction of Bujalance, the closest town to Castro del Río. Despite being a long stage, runs without promotions. You will enjoy the views of a beautiful Roman bridge that saves the Fontalba stream. In Córdoba, we suggest you visit the Cathedral Mosque of Cordoba, the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, and if you feel very tired, enjoy a bath in the best Arabic style!

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From Córdoba to Cerro Muriano - 15km

Stage characterized by the strong ascent to the "Loma de los Escalones". After the descent, the path is flat, comfortable and wide. You will cross some railroad tracks and after a few kilometers you will reach Cerro Muriano.

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From Cerro Muriano to Villaharta - 21km

You will walk through the Guadiato Valley, with vegetation of enzymes and their flocks. You will pass through the Vacar, we recommend you take a break and visit its imposing Arab castle. The last kilometers run through the Sierra Morena until you reach Villaharta with its Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Piedad.

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From Villaharta to Alcaracejos - 31km

Long stage that combines stretches of road and dirt tracks. You will have to climb and descend constantly, but it will be worth the landscape that combines the beauty of the banks of the Guadalbarbo River with the magnificent presence of oaks and olive groves.

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From Alcaracejos to Hinojosa del Duque - 23km

Before starting the camino, you are recommended to visit the Plaza de los Pedroches and the Ermita de San Sebastián. You will pass through small towns, farms, hamlets and pastures. In Fuente la Lancha you can eat and visit the beautiful parish of Santa Catalina. In Hinojosa del Duque you will receive the Fuente del Pilar de los Llanos, a 16th century building.

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From Hinojosa del Duque to Monterrubio - 31km

The Camino Mozarábe will lead us to the Zújar River, one of the great tributaries of the Guadiana. After crossing it, you will ascend to the hermitage of the Virgen de Gracia de la Alcantarilla, a construction of great singularity that deserves your visit. During this stage, you will leave Cordoba and Andalusia, to enter Extremadura through the province of Badajoz.

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From Monterrubio to Campanario - 36km

The day begins walking by olive tree seedlings. The first stop will be in Castuera, the capital of the Comarca de La Serena. Do not miss your exquisite nougat!

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From Campanario to Medellín - 31km

You will leave Campanario on the Camino de Zalamea. It is a lovely route between cereal fields and holm oaks. We recommend stopping at La Haba, tasting its gastronomic delights and exploring its urban center. The final stretch to Medellín must be done by road. You will finish in the ancient Roman city of Medellín, the birthplace of the conquistador Hernán Cortes

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From Medellín to Mérida - 31km

The last stage runs through dirt tracks, cornfields, rice fields, tomato plantations and small forests. Your Mozárabe Way ends in the beautiful city of Merida.

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Merida

Merida is a city declared a World Heritage Site. You can link to the Vía de la Plata. Before leaving, we recommend visiting the Roman Theater and Amphitheater, and the National Museum of Roman Art. You can also enjoy the wide gastronomic offer.

Camino Mozarabe Accommodations

Accommodation in hotels, country homes, guesthouses, traditional Galician homes and charming hostels.

All rooms have a private bathroom and all the necessary facilities to ensure your comfort. Our accommodations have been selected to guarantee your rest and relaxation so that you have a pleasant stay along the Camino de Santiago.

All of the accommodations that we offer are personally checked on-site by our team. We also double check them by referring to the opinions of our customers.

Since we work with quality accommodations that have limited capacity, the exact name of the accommodation will be provided 30 days before the start of the Camino de Santiago.

Camino Mozarabe Services

INCLUDED SERVICES

Accommodation in hotels and country houses.

Rooms with private bathroom.

Meal plan of your choice.

Luggage transport between stages.

Complete itinerary of the route.

24 hours Telephone assistance on route.

Assistance vehicle in case of emergency.

Informative dossier on the Camino de Santiago.

VAT.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Additional single room: €450 per person.

Extra night in Mérida: €60 per person.

Travel assistance insurance: €48 per person.

Cancellation insurance: €48 per person.

About the Camino Mozarabe

We want to talk to you in this text about the Camino Mozarabe, one of the most interesting options of all the possibilities on the Camino de Santiago.

In fact, we will tell you about its main characteristics and give you all the necessary information to be able to undertake and enjoy this route. At the same time, we want to remind you that it is possible to do it with Santiago Ways with all our guarantees.

Why choose the Camino Mozarabe?

1.- The Camino Mozarabe is a great challenge: The Camino Mozarabe to Santiago links with the route of the Via de La Plata and gives us the possibility of completing the Camino de Santiago from several cities from Andalucía to Santiago.

In most cases, people finish the tour in the city of Mérida. However, it is possible to complete a challenge as great as travelling practically through all of Spain.

Vista especial en Merida

2.- The historical character of the route: the name of this Camino Mozarabe comes from the pilgrims who, from the south made the pilgrimage to the north. These pilgrims were Mozarabic, Christian people under the Muslim domination of the south of the Iberian Peninsula.

They made the pilgrimage to go to Christian lands, where either they stayed to live or they made petitions to James the Apostle.

3.-The monumental nature of the route: along the course, the Camino Mozarabe gives us the possibility to enjoy imposing natural and architectural environments. However, it is a reason for itself to make the most of it to visit such emblematic cities as Granada, Córdoba or Mérida itself.

4.- A journey through the history of Spain: At the beginning of what was the last bastion of Muslim domination and ending in one of the main cities of Catholicism (Santiago de Compostela), we will be able to take an impressive tour through all the cultural richness of Spain and experience all the contrasts of such a vast historical background.

Catedral de Santiago de Compostela

The same happens if the pilgrim decides to finish his route in Mérida, which was also an important city of the Roman era.

5.-It is a road without overcrowding: one of the main reasons why people choose the Camino Mozarabe is because it has very few pilgrims.

That is, despite having one of the best infrastructures, the Camino de Santiago Mozarabe is a route that does not have too many pilgrims and in which questions such as accommodation or facilities to find a place to eat are very present.

All this, of course, with Santiago Ways is guaranteed from the beginning and, in addition, in the best possible environment.

Information about the Camino de Santiago Mozarabe

The Camino Mozarabe is a route that starts in the south of Spain with three possible itineraries starting from three cities: Córdoba, Granada and Almería.

It has (depending on the journey) a total distance of about 385km. Throughout its entire route, we can find impressive monumental structures as well as beautiful natural landscapes.

We will talk to you later about them in the places of interest. The route of the Camino Mozarabe aims to recreate the ancient pilgrimages that believers of the old Al-Andalus made.

Historia de Al Andalus

It runs through the cities of Granada (from where it begins), Malaga, Jaén and Córdoba. On it, we will go through a fundamentally Mediterranean landscape although we can extend the contrast with the Atlantic if we continue our route along the Via de La Plata.

The quietest routes of the Camino Mozarabe

In the case of completing the route with Santiago Ways, we offer you the alternative of the Camino Mozarabe that goes from Granada to Mérida, where it connects to the Vía de la Plata.

It has a total length of 385 kilometres spread over 15 nights and 16 days. It is possible to book all year round with Santiago Ways and complete it with the option of breakfast or the option of breakfast and dinner.

The route has several stages that we will detail later. It is a road that is perfectly possible to do by bicycle, so we have also detailed what are the stages that exist in that case.

Route of the Camino de Santiago Mozarabe

Map of the Camino Mozarabe to Santiago

Then we enclose the map of the Camino Mozarabe to Santiago. It is essential to have all the information possible and make the pilgrimage something even more enriching. It will also be worth it for you to have an idea of how many experiences are waiting for you in this wonderful adventure of the Camino Mozarabe.

Profile of the Camino Mozarabe

We want to talk to you now about the profile of the Camino Mozarabe. For this, we will focus on aspects such as its average height, the difficulty of the Camino Mozarabe, as well as the facilities that exist when it comes to travel.

With this, we want to give you the necessary information so that you can get an idea of how difficult it is with respect to other routes and, at the same time, that you have all the necessary information to be able to decide correctly among all the possible alternatives of the Camino de Santiago.

Also, if you are thinking of following any other route when connecting with this Camino Mozarabe at some point, we recommend that you consult its profile on our own page. It is a very simple path that has no special difficulty and can be done by people who want to start the challenge of the Camino de Santiago.

In the case of the road that starts from Almeria, it must be said that, perhaps, it is too long if it is the first time you undertake the adventure. It is better to leave its more than 1400 kilometres for later.

Stages on foot

Stage from Granada to Moclín

Stage from Moclín to Alcalá la Real

Stage from Alcalá la Real to Alcaudete

Stage from Alcaudete to Baena

Stage from Baena to Castro del Río

Stage from Castro del Río to Córdoba

Stage from Córdoba to Cerro Muriano

Stage from Cerro Muriano to Villaharta

Stage from Villaharta to Alcaracejos

Stage from Alcaracejos to Hinojosa del Duque

Stage from Hinojosa del Duque to Monterrubio

Stage from Monterrubio to Campanario

Stage from Campanario to Medellín

Stage from Medellín to Mérida

How long does the Camino Mozarabe de Santiago take?

To know how long it takes to complete the Camino Mozarabe, it is best to look at the criteria that we have established in Santiago Ways. In them, we believe that the estimated time to complete the Camino Mozarabe is 15 nights and 16 days.

However, this duration can change depending on various aspects. One of them is the climatology, another is the different rhythm that you propose to complete. Finally, it is the intention of wanting to enjoy more time in a particular landscape. In any case, the most important thing is to enjoy the experience and do it as you prefer.

The best time to make the Camino Mozarabe to Santiago de Compostela

To know when to complete the Camino Mozarabe we want to offer you some tips. They will deal with the most favourable points of each season and, at the same time, their disadvantages. We anticipate that each of the seasons can give some special point to the completion of the Camino Mozarabe de Santiago.

That is why, ultimately, it all depends on the choice of each pilgrim. That is why we have made a list of the different seasons and the advantages and disadvantages that each of them has when making the Camino Mozarabe to Santiago. We hope that it will help you to be able to choose with the best guarantees the optimal time for you.

Spring

During the spring, the main problem is unstable weather. In fact, during this intermediate period, rains or sudden storms may appear. However, in the case of the Camino de Santiago Mozarabe, this problem is lessened by the nature of the climate in the south of the Iberian Peninsula.

So, in effect, we will enjoy rather mild and pleasant weather that will accompany us along our entire journey.

Yes, we would have to also monitor the subject of possible allergies. Apart from these two problems that are lessened with correct planning, the spring is an excellent time to make the pilgrimage of the Camino Mozarabe. So much so that the fields we cross will have an incomparable beauty during this time of year.

Camino Mozarabe por Malaga

Summer

Summer is the most popular time to complete the Camino de Santiago in general and the Camino Mozarabe de Santiago in particular. It is because it is the time when people have more days available.

In addition, it is the one that has more hours of daylight and is when the weather is stable, although the truth is that in the south of Spain it can be quite hot. Either way, as we go further north, temperatures will be milder.

If we are encouraged to continue along the following routes such as the Camino Portugues coastal route or the Camino Frances itself, we will escape the heat on our pilgrimage.

One of the main drawbacks of making the Camino de Santiago Mozarabe in the summer is the question of accommodation. However, with Santiago Ways, it is possible to forget about this problem because we guarantee that you will be able to rest in the best hostels and rural houses, with excellent care and an unbeatable environment in all of them.

Autumn

Autumn is also another of the most popular times to complete the Camino de Santiago from Granada. It is because the landscape becomes more beautiful and the cold and heat give us a break during this period in the south of Spain.

Therefore, one of the greatest advantages has to do with the mildness of the temperatures and the beauty of the landscapes that exist. Instability can be against us as it happens in spring.

However, this should not be a special problem whenever we make sure to have good planning as we offer in Santiago Ways.

Winter

Although on most of the routes of the Camino de Santiago it is a risk to undertake them during the winter, in the case of the Camino Mozarabe there is no problem: the temperatures will be of course milder than in the north of Spain where, in many sections, we'll go through mountain climates.

So, winter, in the case of the Camino Mozarabe it's not a great problem. Rainfall may increase although we can always avoid its consequences with adequate protection.

Guide to the places you cannot miss on the Camino Mozarabe

We have prepared some places that are of special interest on the Mozarabe route and that, for nothing in the world, you should miss if you want to make the most of this experience.

We have divided it into places of interest, places to eat and places to sleep on the Camino Mozarabe de Santiago.

Places of interest

Monfragüe National Park

This spectacular setting is one of the other attractions of the entire Camino Mozarabe route. We will be able to enjoy the native fauna of Spain in the home of the Iberian Lynx.

Vista panorámica del Parque Nacional Monfrague

Trujillo

One of the most beautiful municipalities to be found on the Camino Mozarabe is the locality of Trujillo. It has a great historical circuit and especially related to the history of Spain for being nothing more and nothing less than the birthplace of Francisco Pizarro.

Granada

The city from which the Camino Mozarabe begins is one of the great architectural jewels of all humanity. You will love getting lost in the alleys of Albaicín or the Alhambra.

Alhambra en Granada

Mérida

The city of Mérida and its heritage of Roman origin is another attraction that you cannot miss on the route of the Camino de Santiago from Granada.

Where to sleep – The best lodgings

In Santiago Ways, we have selected for you the best possible accommodation spread between houses and rural hotels so you can enjoy all the guarantees and all the care you deserve from the Camino Mozarabe to Santiago.

Where to eat – The best restaurants

Tapas Mérida: This tapas bar in Mérida is famous for its specialities and the originality of its preparations. We strongly recommend that you visit it.

Rex Numitor: It is another of the most appetizing restaurants in the city of Mérida. It has a series of interesting local specialities that you should taste on your pilgrimage.

Entrebarsas: a very cheap tapas bar in the city of Granada. We want to remind you that in this city the culture of the generous tapas is very extensive and that it is possible to eat asking for only one drink.

Tapas en Andalucia

Origin of the Camino Mozarabe

As we have said, the origin of the Camino Mozarabe can be traced back to the medieval pilgrimages that many people did to the city of Santiago. However, confirmation of the first pilgrim can be found in the year 1612, when the Canon of the Cathedral of Cordoba began the pilgrimage.

From that moment on, more and more pilgrims joined in. We know that the route was also used in opposite direction in a rather tragic and unfortunate way by Almanzor, the greatest Muslim conqueror who arrived, in fact, to the city of Santiago, where he stripped the bells from the cathedral.

The Camino Mozarabe with Santiago Ways

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Other users’ opinions about the Camino Mozarabe

Here we leave you with the opinion of other users who have made the Camino Mozarabe with Santiago Ways.

LUCIA CARABINE
LUCIA CARABINE
Fantastic service and Ylenia Conesa who handled the booking was a delight and very efficient
Jasmine Pantuso
Jasmine Pantuso
Santiago Ways, and our advisor Ylenia Conesa , provided an outstanding travel experience! Ylenia answered every question that I had during my trip planning process! The accommodations were absolutely charming, and the food was perfect! Thank you for the experience of a lifetime!
Yuko Fujita
Yuko Fujita
Celebrating 60th birthday, we walked 100 kilos for 10 days. No pain and no blisters. Santiago ways transported our luggage on time every day even we changed one of the hotel to Paradores. Taxis were always on time waiting for us. All hotels were clean, friendly and conveniently located. The food and buildings and history of each accommodations were all unique and wonderful! I will use Santiago ways for my next Camino. Andriana was very helpful. Thank you! Muchas Gracias!
Yana Mileva
Yana Mileva
We booked our "Camino" trip via this agency. Our agent was Vanessa and we are ecstatic with the service! The booking went very smoothly. All our questions were answered and all our wished addressed in a very quick manner. Actually, the agency had to ping us a few times via email and WhatsApp, as we were the ones too slow to answer them. They even made arrangements for us to take our dog on the trip and book the appropriate hotels. The luggage transfer was wonderful. We had a pickup from Santiago to our starting point on "Camino" that also worked perfectly. We can highly recommend the services of this agency. I have to admit that I have not compared prices and if there is something cheaper on the market, but the service we received here was impeccable. We had a wonderful trip and are planing to come back next year and walk another "Camino" again. Buen Camino everyone!
Peggy White
Peggy White
Walking the Camino was the best experience of my life! Partially because I had such a great support crew of Santiago Ways! I worked with Vanessa Veiga who organized my trip to suit my needs. When some details needed to be changed, she kindly worked with me to make it happen. My accommodations were all very different- from Casa Rurals to hostels to Pensions, but they were all excellent. The luggage transfer worked perfectly, too. I highly recommend this company to anyone planning to walk the Camino!
Tamir Shemer
Tamir Shemer
excellent experience with Santiago way team, all that was promised accomplished to the last detail , the transportation, the hotels choices , the path segment choice, the information provided ,the luggage transfer just a perfect vacation
mary ellen canal
mary ellen canal
Santiago Ways is the perfect agency to help you plan you Camino de Santiago.Since the first day that i wrote my email the response was very fast, gladly i began speaking to the agent Vanessa Viega and she made sure i had all the information and helped me plan everything, she was really great .i really enjoyed my Camino, i was looking forward for it and it did satisfied my expectations.This experience for me was the most special in my life, i am really thinking about doing it again starting in Portugal
Winston Fernandez
Winston Fernandez
I used Santiago Ways on my first Camino in March this year. The trail that I did was from Vigo to Santiago de Compostela. The experience was truly fantastic ….. mainly because of Santiago Ways.My contact person at Santiago Ways was Vanessa Veiga. Right from the onset Vanessa was extremely helpful , sensitive and very attentive to all my requests. She responded swiftly to all my mails. She selected the right hotels which were excellent and the luggage always arrived on time.I am planning my second Camino next April and I would continue to use Santiago Ways and in particular Vanessa. Thanks a million Vanessa and continue the good work to all the pilgrims who want to experience a true Camino.Winston FernandezKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Marion Tilley-Vyner
Marion Tilley-Vyner
Santiago Ways made it possible for me to do the pilgrimage. At 69 I did not like the idea of staying in a hostal, I like a bit of privacy and comfort! And I could not have done the walking while carrying my luggage. Adriana at Santiago Ways helped me work out my route and booked hotels and luggage transfers. Also, having them there in case I had any problems, was very reassuring. Adriana was only a phone call away. I recommend using Santiago Ways for anyone having doubts about doing the pilgrimage - they make it so much easier!
Tammy Shain
Tammy Shain
Vanessa was awesome and we loved Santiago Ways! We had a group of 8 college friends that were all around 50-years old. The deciding factor in choosing Santiago Ways was the group discount offered for groups of 6 or more. All other companies threshold for a discount was 10 people. Vanessa and the staff were awesome to work with throughout the process. We did the five day hike from Sarria to Santiago. We requested superior accommodations in places that were on the trail. The accommodations were top notch and 4 of the 5 places were directly on the trail. The exception was our night in Lavacolla in which we were .4 miles off the trail. It was our choice to stay in that location in order to have a shorter walk to Santiago on our final day so we could make the noon mass. We were pleasantly surprised at how clean each place was and they all had great bar and restaurant choices in close proximity - with the exception of Lavacolla so we recommend eating on-site - it was very good.
Sandi Frost Steensma
Sandi Frost Steensma
We had an excellent experience on the Camino with Santiago Ways. We had 14 women and everything was wonderful. We enjoyed the hotels, loved the daily luggage transport and the food was terrific. Santiago Ways communicated throughout our trip. We felt well-supported when we needed to make changes. Thank you!!
Beatriz Beltranena
Beatriz Beltranena
Santiago Ways is excellent they exceeded my expectations!! they do a great JOB and we had a "Buen Camino" in part thanks to them... lovely hotels.. flawless bag transfers and great great service!!! I would totally recommend them and please look for Vanessa she is the best.
Jan Schubert
Jan Schubert
My family and I used Santiago Ways to organize our recent pilgrimage from Lisbon to Porto. They did an excellent job booking us (as much as possible) into wonderful, small, family-run hotels and coping with the many changes dictated by "group" travel. In addition, one of us was traveling by bicycle whilst the rest were walking, necessitating even more planning which Santiago Ways did with patience and grace. We recommend using Santiago Ways for Camino support and planning!!! Jan Schubert
Jill Scher
Jill Scher
My family and I (6 of us) just finished walking the Lisbon to Porto section of the Camino Portuguese. It was a wonderful experience for us. The hotels we were booked into were well chosen and the food was great. We also found the path to be well marked making way finding fairly easy. A great relief as we had heard it was not well marked. Our luggage was efficiently transferred each day and everything ran very smoothly. Thank you Santiago Ways! We would definitely recommend your services to our friends. Jill
Kenneth E. Nowell
Kenneth E. Nowell
Santiago Ways made my memorable hike trouble-free. I had excellent hotels, tasty breakfasts, dependable baggage forwarding, informative advance information, and a dependable drive to deliver me to Sarria. I really appreciate their attention to detail!
Margo Gosia Barker
Margo Gosia Barker
We booked our El Camino with Santiago Ways and we were very lucky to have Silvia as our agent. She did a fantastic job organizing our trip, always promptly responding to our inquiries, impeccable English, all accommodations that she arranged for us were great, and our luggage was always delivered to the next location timely, before our arrivals to sites. I would definitely recommend Santiago Ways and ask for Silvia to be your representative.
Patricia Bazán
Patricia Bazán
This trip changed my life in ways I could not describe! I knew the hiking was going to be a challenge, but Santiago Ways made it so easy to plan and execute. They are truly the best and I am already planning my next trip with Santiago Ways and would not think of going anywhere else. Silvia Rivera was particularly helpful in the planning, as she answered all my questions patiently, and help me through the process. Great job, Guys, and I will see you next year!
Roberto Canto
Roberto Canto
Have just finished El Camino de Santiago from Sarria with the help of Santiago Ways. They have been extremely accesible from day one. The transfer of the luggage throught the five days was impecable, always finding the luggage in the room on every stage of the way. The food and lodging was very acceptable. If I were to do it again I would not hesitate to contact them once more for their assistance! "Buen camino".
Edmee Flores
Edmee Flores
Our experience with Santiago Ways was flawless. We highly recommend this outfit for your Santiago way experience. A perfect 10!
Barbara Melinska
Barbara Melinska
Very nice experience. Good and professional organization.Nice and friendly environment during the event. Recommended 100 %. Saludos para Jose 😉
Hanna Ringel
Hanna Ringel
Simply put - an incredible experience! This agency looks after every last detail. I walked the last 100 km of the Camino with their help and I definitely want to go back soon and do a longer part of the route. When that happens (which I hope is soon) I'll definitely be using Santiago Ways again! Thanks for everything.
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