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Other last 100 km


Not only the French Way

The last 100km to Santiago de Compostela, the final section of the Camino Frances is the most traditional of all the pilgrims' ways! but is not the unique Camino..

There are several "last 100km", different final sections.

First of all we explain why "the last 100 km":The Pilgrims Office in Santiago welcomes pilgrims to the city and issues pilgrim certificate. This is called the "Compostela" certificate, which means that the pilgrim has finished in Santiago and has walked at least the last 100km or  at least the last 200km if he has gone by bike.

But there are other Caminos that end in Santiago, and they are also fantastic and not so busy as the French Way:

Portuguese Way: from the Spanish/Portuguese border, Tui, is a beautiful and  quiet way.
If you start in A Guarda (Coastal Portuguese Way) you have a stunning alternative to the traditional Portuguese Camino

English Way from Ferrol: from north to south in Galicia. The English Way is a very beautiful Camino, crossing a natural reserve. This is a great alternative to the best seller, the French Way.

Primitive or Original  Way from Lugo: The oldest Camino of Santiago this is now considered by many to be the route of greatest beauty, yet not too crowded, but it is not easy.

The Northern Way: is the most historical route. Is not so busy as the French Way, quite the opposite. For this reason it does not have an big  infrastructure focused on pilgrims.

Silver Way from Ourense: also called Camino Sanabres, there are many reasons why pilgrims would want to choose this route, for its beauty, tranquillity and, because it is unlikely to become overcrowded. Even if the worst aspects of this Camino are the high temperatures reached in summer in Ourense.

French Camino only for women: guided tour in group from Sarria - June 9 to 15


760.00 €

710.00 €
Walk the last 100 Km of this Camino with the best companionship

The French Way : the last 100 km from Sarria - 7 days - 6 nights


510.00 €

The most demanded and traditional Camino from Sarria

The last 100 km of the French Way in charming accommodations


750.00 €

Sleeping in charming accomodations near the Camino, will make you live an authentic and unique experience

The French way: the last 100 km form Sarria with Melide - 8 days/ 7 nights


590.00 €

The most demanded and traditional Camino from Sarria staying overnight in Melide

The last 100 km form Sarria with Melide in charming accommodations


840.00 €

The most demanded and traditional Camino from Sarria, staying overnight in Melide

The French Way: the last 100 km in stages of 15km - 9 days/ 8 nights


770.00 €

Walk the last 100 km in shorter and comfortable stages with an average of 9 miles (15km) per day

The Portuguese Traditional Way from Tui - 8 days/ 7 nights


590.00 €

Get your Compostela walking the last 62 mi (100 km) of the traditional Portuguese Camino

The Portuguese Traditional Way from Tui in charming accommodations


950.00 €

Get your Compostela walking the last 62 mi (100 km) of the traditional Portuguese Camino

The Portuguese or Coastal Way from A Guarda to Santiago - 10 days/ 9 nights


740.00 €

Follow the wild Atlantic Ocean in this route and enjoy your Camino from the border between Spain and Portugal

The Portuguese or Coastal Way from A Guarda in charming accommodations


1120.00 €

Follow the wild Atlantic route and enjoy your Camino from the border between Spain and Portugal

The Primitive or Original Way from Lugo to Santiago - 7 days/ 6 nights


550.00 €

Walking the last 100km of this quiet Camino, is a better option than the busier French Way

The English Way from Ferrol - 7 days/ 6 nights


545.00 €

Self-guided itinerary to apply for your Compostela certificate. A 70-mile journey from Ferrol (118 km)

The Northern Way from Ribadeo to Santiago - 11 days/ 10 nights


1420.00 €

The last 118 mi (190km) of the Northern Camino in Galicia

The Silver Way or Sanabrés Route from Ourense to Santiago - 8 days/7 nights


650.00 €

Discover this Way, it is probably the most beautiful of all the “last 100km” to Santiago de Compostela

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