Itinerario francese per Santiago

8 days / 7 nights

The Camino de Santiago de Compostela – French itinerary with guide and fixed dates

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The Camino de Santiago de Compostela – French itinerary with guide and fixed dates

Discover with us the Camino de Santiago – French itinerary with these special departures on fixed dates with the escort from Italy. The Camino de Santiago has been one of the most important pilgrimages in Europe since the Middle Ages and over the centuries it has developed many itineraries. On this trip we propose the French itinerary of the Camino de Santiago, the safest and passable by those who are not so phisically trained. You will be accompanied by a professional guide and the French itinerary starts from Sarria, in the Galicia region, the green lung of Spain, and it reaches Santiago de Compostela in 5 days of walking. On the final day of the trip we will visit the city of Santiago de Compostela starting from its Cathedral opened in 2021 for the occasion of the Xacobeo or Holy Year (the Jubilee). During the Camino de Santiago – French itinerary you will stay in simple and basic category hotels, in double rooms with private bathroom. The reasons to start the French itinerary of the Camino de Santiago are many: spiritual motives, but also to seek oneself or to find pure contact with nature in full respect of the surrounding environment. Why participate?

  • Green journey to discover oneself and nature
  • Safe journey thanks to the presence of an escort from Italy
  • Unique opportunity to make friends one step after another
  • A once in a lifetime experience: visiting the Cathedral during the jubilee year

“Caminante, no hay camino. Se hace el camino al andar ”A.Machado

1° day


Departure from Italy to Santiago, by scheduled flight (ticket cost is not included in the participation fee). Arrival, meeting with the local driver and transfer to Sarria. Overnight

2° day


After breakfast we leave for Barbadelo, where you can admire the exceptional Church of Santiago, declared a National Historic Monument. The path goes in the direction of Rente for a route that winds through Mercado da Serra, a humble village where Jews used to flock to negotiate and supply pilgrims with goods, then the centers of Rente, Brea, Ferreiros, Rozas and Vilachà, a rural village of peasants where the ruins of the Loio Monastery are preserved, cradle of the Knights of the Order of Santiago. Arrival in Portomarin, a medieval town that was flooded by the construction of an artificial dam. The church of Saint Nicolás (today Saint Juan), as well as other buildings were moved from stone to stone in their current location. When the water level allows it, you can see the remains of an ancient bridge and the ruins of the village at the bottom of the basin.

3° day

PORTOMARIN-PALAS DEL REI 24.8 km (B / - / -)

After breakfast, we continue the pilgrimage to Palas del Rei crossing Gonzar, Castromayor, so called because it was the site of a pre-Roman "castrum" whose traces give an idea of how "Celtic" Galicia could have been. The route winds through Hospital de la Cruz, Ventas de Naron, Lameiros where you can visit the Church of San Marco, and Ligonde, an ancient station on the way as proved by the cross that indicates the place where a pilgrim cemetery once stood. Then we will continue to Ebbe, Albergo, Portos Lastedo and Valos before reaching Palas del Rei, a town with remote origins dating back to pre-Roman times, which is part of the Celtic fortresses.

4° day

PALAS DE REI-ARZUA 28.5 km (B / - / -)

After breakfast, the route continues as you enter the province of A Coruna. You pass through the centers of San Xulian, Pontecampana, Casanova, Coto, Leboreiro, which preserves an ancient Roman road in excellent conditions. The path continues, winding through Furelos Melide, a place known for the Galician octopus as well as being the point where the French and the northern paths from Oviedo meet. Continue to Carballal, Ponte das Penas, Raido, Bonete, Castaneda, Ribadiso to finally reach Arzua, a really famous city known for its cheese production, about 40 km from Santiago.

5° day

ARZUA-A RUA / PEDROUZO 20 km (B / - / -)

After breakfast, continue the journey through Las Barrosas, where you can visit the characteristic capilla de San Lázaro, Calzada, Calle, Salceda Brea and Santa Irene, where there is the homonymous hermitage dedicated to the Portuguese martyr with a Baroque source of healing water. The route ends with the crossing of A Rua and finally Pedrouzo, where you can visit the baroque parish built in 1718 with the statue of the Madonna delle Nevi, the patron saint of the city.

6° day


After breakfast, we prepare for the last leg of the journey. You pass through the centers of Burgo, Arca, San Anton, Amenal, San Paio and Lavacolla, a town where, in ancient times, pilgrims used to wash and change before entering the city of Compostela. Subsequently, the itinerary crosses Villamalor, San Marcos and Monte do Gozo, the first hill from where the landscape stretches to Santiago and the towers of the Cathedral. Its name (Monte della Gioia) derives from the emotion felt by the pilgrims after seeing the finish line. We cross the last town before the finish line, San Lazaro, and then finally we reach Santiago de Compostela. The city owes its name to the Apostle Santiago, whose remains were found here in the 9th century. This discovery quickly led the place to become the most important pilgrimage point in Europe. The whole city grew up in the shadow of the Cathedral erected in the place where it was found. We will walk through its wonderful historic center to the beautiful Obradoiro square. Once here, there is the tradition that pilgrims have to ask for three wishes from the statue of the seated Apostle, in the Portico de Gloria. Behind the same column there is the statue of Maestro Matteo (the builder) to whom tradition wants three "heads" to be given to transmit his knowledge and talent. Then we will go to the crypt where the sepulcher of Santiago is kept and finally we can see the statue of the Saint.

7° day


After breakfast, you will have the opportunity to explore the charming town of Santiago de Compostela at your own pace: you can visit its splendid Cathedral and attend the pilgrim's Mass which is celebrated every day at 12.00. Alternatively, you can participate in the optional excursion to Finisterrae, the "End of the Earth", where the ocean meets the Iberian Peninsula, the final destination of the pilgrimage during the Middle Ages. Free meals.
Overnight at Hotel.

8° day


Breakfast and free transfer to the airport. Departure for Italy, by scheduled flight (ticket cost is not included in the travel participation fee). Arrival and end of the trip.

Tariff per person, starting from:

DepartureDoubleSupplement single
7 June 2021€ 1,180€ 320
6 September 2021€ 1,180€ 320


(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner


  • 7 JUNE 2021
  • SEPTEMBER 6, 2021

Half board supplement (5 DINNERS, always excluded in Santiago): € 110

** To participate in this trip you need an identity card valid for expatriation with 6 months of residual validity.

for the ‘basic’ category they will be small 1 * or 2 * hotels, simple and basic hostels or pensions, but always in double rooms with private bathroom and breakfast with coffee / infusion, pastry and fruit juice. In the ‘charme’ category there are lovely farmhouses, old farmhouses or renovated and very welcoming country houses. In these structures the breakfast will be abundant with the addition of eggs or salami, yoghurt and fruit … you have to start the morning with energy! In Santiago, in both categories, there will be a good 4 * hotel, a reward for the fatigue faced during the Camino.

*** Sometimes the accommodations provided are a short distance from the final point of the stage: just call the hotel and in a few minutes a car will come to pick you up and the next morning will bring you back to the same point for the continuation of the walk.

*** Upon arrival you will be given the credential. Card that, along the Way, you will have to stamp (at least twice a day) in any bar, shop, authorized accommodation … you will find them everywhere. After that you have to go to the Santiago de Compostela Pilgrim Office to prove that you have done at least 100 km and get the Compostela

  • If the date of stay in Santiago de Compostela coincides with the dates of “Special Events”, a supplement of 190 euros per person in a double room and 260 € in a single room will be requested, a supplement of 110 euros will also be required double person for the night in Santiago.
  • In August in Santiago a supplement of 80 euros per person in double will be required


  • From 21 to 24 April 2021
  • From 18 to 20 May 2021
  • On 1, 2.3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 18, 19 June 2021
  • From 6 to 8 July and from 23 to 25 July 2021
  • From 29 September 2021 to 02 October 2021
  • From 13 to 15 October 2021

The tariff includes

  • Roadside accommodation with breakfast included
  • Transfer from Santiago airport to Sarria in a private vehicle with driver
  • Professional tour leader from Italy and his expenses
  • Itinerary as per program
  • Credential of the Way to obtain the Compostela
  • Luggage transport from one stage to another (max 1 piece per person, max 15 kg)
  • GoWorld travel kit (backpack, photographic volumes, garment / trolley bag – according to practice amount)
  • Insurance for medical assistance (up to € 10,000), medical repatriation and damage to luggage (up to € 1,000), with the possibility of integration

The tariff does not include

  • International flights
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Optional half board supplement (5 dinners, except Santiago)
  • Optional excursions and anything not highlighted in the “the fee includes”
  • Supplementary travel cancellation insurance
  • Supplementary medical-baggage insurance
  • Tips, drinks, personal extras, excess baggage
  • Government and local taxes not in effect at the time of listing
  • Anything else not expressly indicated in the fee includes or elsewhere in the program
  • Airport taxes subject to change
  • Drinks where not expressly mentioned
  • Excursions and visits not mentioned in the tour description
  • Personal expenses
  • Registration fee: for individual trips € 45 per person; for groups (minimum 6 participants) € 25
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