The Camino de Santiago routes in November
Do you want to do the Camino de Santiago in November? If you are looking to enjoy the tranquillity of the low season along the Camino de Santiago, but do not want to face the challenges posed by pilgrim routes during the winter, November is the ideal month.
In addition, since all the routes move onto their final stages in Galicia, if you organize your trip during the first weeks of November you can enjoy the Magosto Festival in Galicia. The quintessential November party.
In this article, we will tell you about the climate and temperatures that you will find on the main routes along the Camino de Santiago in November. We will also take the opportunity to comment on the different festivals that you can enjoy on the Camino de Santiago during the month of November.
Doing the Camino de Santiago Frances in November
The Camino Frances to Santiago in November has been almost completely drained of pilgrims. At that time of year you will not find on the Camino Frances even half as many pilgrims as you would during previous months.
If you would like to do this route of the Camino de Santiago you can read more about the stages on the Camino Frances here. Remember that if you do not have many free days, an excellent option is the stretch that goes from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. These kilometres are the most popular, but in November you won’t find an excessive number of pilgrims on those stages.
As we told you, on the Camino de Santiago from Sarria you have the option to make the route in 7, 8 or up to 11 days respectively, so there is flexibility. If you’ve already decided to take this route in the autumn, tell us about the trip details and leave the rest in our hands.