Climate on the Camino de Santiago
The weather and climate on the Camino de Santiago varies considerably between one month and another; and temperatures can be very different between routes.
Each season has its own climatic conditions and its particular charm on the pilgrim routes, but you must be prepared to face the challenges posed by the climate on each of them.
That is why in Santiago Ways we have decided to dedicate this post to talk to you about the temperature and the climatology on the Camino de Santiago so that you know the weather that you will encounter on the various pilgrimage routes throughout the year. Take note and prepare your luggage properly!
The climate on the Camino Frances
Most of the regions that cross the Camino Frances have a continental Mediterranean climate. That means that on this route, you will find long and cold winters, especially on the Castile plateau, where there are strong contrasts between day and night. Short but pleasant summers, ideal for walking.
If you are interested in doing the French route, we recommend the Camino de Santiago from Sarria. If you need help with planning, tell us the details you want to incorporate into your trip and let us organize a tailor-made adventure for you.