Camino Santiago Valladolid

To do the Camino de Santiago route from Valladolid, you can follow one of the following routes: the Camino de Madrid, the Camino del Sureste or the Camino de Levante. The number of stages on the Camino from Valladolid and the distance vary slightly depending on which route you choose, but all require more than 15 days.

The Camino de Santiago route from Valladolid

If you don’t have enough time to complete the entire Camino from Valladolid, you can choose a shorter route. The Camino Frances from Sarria is the most recommended stretch for people who want to live the pilgrim experience first-hand, but who do not have many days off. Tell us how and when you would like to do the Camino de Santiago and we will arrange everything.









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Below we tell you about the different routes you can follow to get to Santiago from Valladolid. If you have enough time, choose your route and go on an adventure.

From Valladolid on the Camino de Santiago from Madrid

The Camino de Santiago from Madrid crosses 153 km in the province of Valladolid. The route enters from Segovia, through the municipality of Villeguillo, and reaches this province at the village of Puente de Duero, located 13 km from the city of Valladolid (8th stage on the Camino de Madrid).

From Puente de Douro, the two routes run together for 5 stages, to join the Camino Frances from Sahagun. Afterwards, the tour passes through cities such as Leon, Astorga or Ponferrada to reach Santiago.

From Sahagun to Santiago de Compostela, there are 350.5 kilometres. or, if you like, 15 more stages.

From Valladolid to Santiago on the Camino de Levante

The Camino de Levante and the Camino del Sureste share a route from Albacete and together they enter Valladolid at Medina del Campo. From there, the Camino de Levante moves on to Zamora to meet up with La Via de la Plata.

A stage of the Camino Santiago from Valladolid on its passage through Zamora following La Via de la Plata

Both sections run together until reaching Santiago de Compostela. The advantage of doing the Camino de Santiago from Valladolid along this route is that, when you arrive at Granja de Moreruela, you can choose between continuing to Astorga to join the Camino Frances or deviating onto the Camino Sanabres, which goes to Ourense.

The Camino del Sureste from Valladolid

The Camino Santiago from Valladolid along the Camino del Sureste runs a little further east than the Camino de Levante and joins La Via de la Plata further north, specifically in the town of Benavente, where you can visit the historical monument of the Casa de Solita. The link with the Camino Frances is made in Astorga, from where there are 257,4 km to Santiago.

Summary table of routes from Valladolid

We know that sometimes routes on the Camino de Santiago can be a little confusing. That is why to make it easier for you, we have prepared this summary table with the stages and distances on the Camino de Santiago from Valladolid, we also indicate in which locality you join the Camino Frances:

  • On the Camino de Madrid
    • Starting point: Puente de Duero
    • Links with the Camino Frances in: Sahagún
    • Nº of stages on the Camino de Santiago from Valladolid: 20
    • Camino de Santiago from Valladolid km: 468,3
  • On the Camino del Sureste
    • Starting point: Medina del Campo
    • Links with the Camino Frances in: Benavente
    • Nº of stages on the Camino from Valladolid: 18
    • Camino from Valladolid km: 444,4
  • On the Camino de Levante
    • Starting point: Medina del Campo
    • Links with the Camino Frances in: Astorga, but you can also follow the Camino Sanabres
    • Nº of stages on the Camino from Valladolid 19
    • Camino de Santiago from Valladolid km: 483,6 (por Astorga) y 498,8 (on the Camino Sanabres)

We hope that all the information we have provided in this article will help you choose which route to follow to do the Camino de Santiago from Valladolid. Remember that if you want us to help you organize your Camino de Santiago you can ask for a quote right here.

Buen Camino!