The Camino to Santiago will change your life

Join us in this life changing experience

Join the CAMINO!

The Camino to Santiago tour is a once in a life time experience. Join our small group (up to 15 people) and discover the history behind the Camino.

Don´t panic, we are not walking 500 miles, although we will have the option to walk parts of the trail. We will for sure enjoy some of the most amazing cities in Spain, learn about the history, traditions, and of-course enjoy the gastronomy and wines of northern Spain.

By part of the CAMINO!

what's included

In a small group of no more than 15 persons, we will explore this beautiful part of Spain , where history, art and gastronomy walk together.

  • Time on your own to reconect with yourself,
  • Hiking along the pilgrims’ route,
  • City tour in Burgos,
  • City tour in Leon,
  • City tour in Santiago de Compostela.

You will become part of the legacy of this ancestral route. A trail that was walked by Emperors, Kings and Queens, but also by Popes, Saints, Knigts, trubadors and maybe by some of your ancestors.

This walk pilgrimage does not only apeal to religious people, many of the hikers are agnostic. We are all people seaking for the real values in human kind. Values such as friendship, love, inner stregth…

Share these precious moments with likeminded people and experience first-hand the warmth and hospitality northern Spanish people are renowned for!




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4.950 USD per person

What our guests say 


Although the cities we visited were fantastic, to me, the most incredible moments were the ones actually walking on the Camino

I became a pilgrim for 10 days!

S. Gordon

Walking the Camino was more powerful than I thought it would be. I will cherish my pictures, pictures from my camera and from my heart.

And let´s talk about the amazing food and incredible wines.

M. Belarra


Discover the Camino de Santiago in a unique way




The order in these daily activities might be altered, due to weather predictions, or if there is a special festivity in a nearby location that we think might be interesting.

All the possible changes, will be to try our best to make your staying with us, a real insider experience.

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We will all meet at the hotel in Saint Jean de Luz  at an assigned time (to be set) to get know each other.  On our way to our first dinner together, we will learn about the history of this gorgeous village.

Saint Jean the Luz is known as the starting point for the  pilgrims that walk on the Northern Route.



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After breakfast, we will head up to Saint Jean Pie de Port, the starting point of the French Route of the Camino. Once we discover the city and its history, we will cross the Pyrenees and stop in Roncesvalles, where we will have lunch together.

After lunch we will head up towards Pamplona, but before we arrive to the city, we will walk our first stage on the Camino. Remember if you don´t want to join the walk, our bus will drive you to the hotel.


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This morning we will discover Pamplona, the city that is famous because of the running of the bulls, but there is much more to it. We will learn about the history of the city and we will visit the breathtaking Gothic Cathedral.

We will enjoy lunch together, afternoon and dinner on your own. 

traveling steps puente


You better get a good breakfast, because this morning we are hiking for about 2 hours. We will be walking part of the Roman via from Puente la Reina to Cirauqui. Once again, if you don´t wish to walk the bus will take you to our meeting points.

We will visit Estella and have lunch together. From here we are going towards La Guardia, an amazing little village in La Rioja. 

Dinner on your own.

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Today is the day to learn (and taste) about the fantastic wine that is being produced in La Rioja wine region.

First thing in the morning, we will discover the the history of La Guardia, once we know about history, we deserve some wine culture. We are going to  visit a couple of the most popular wineries in RIOJA.

We will have lunch together, dinner on your own.

traveling steps burgos


First thing in the morning, we will visit Santo Domingo de la Calzada, one of the jewels of the Camino. From here we will drive directly to Burgos, home of the Cid Campeador.

After our lunch together, we will visit the city with our local guide. Evening and dinner on your own.

traveling steps leon


Today we are going to discover Leon, the capital city of the old Kingdom that holds its name. On the way we will visit Carrion de los Condes, a small village full of history.

Once we arrive to Leon, we will visit the city with our local guide. 

We will have lunch together. Afternoon and dinner on your own.

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It is time to leave Castilla behind and enter Galicia. On our way we will visit Astorga and the Knigts Tempar castle of  Ponferrada.

After our lunch together we will hop on the bus and drive to  Las Herrerias and walk to O Cebreiro. Just 8km, but they are a bit harder…

Tonight we will be hosted in a humble pilgrims hostel. We want to feel the real Camino.

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Today we are going to spend all morning discovering the magnificent city of Santiago with our local guide. 

Lunch  and afternoon on your own.

We will join our glasses in our last dinner together.

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DAY 10

After breakfast we will have to say goodbye. Let´s hope that our paths join in the future.


what's included


Here is what you will learn and experience on our “CAMINO Tour”:

  • Saint Jean de Luz walking tour
  • Tapas crawl experience
  • Walk different parts of the Route
  • Pamplona walking tour
  • Wine tasting
  • Be hosted in historical hotels
  • Burgos walking tour
  • Eat at a Michelin star restaurant
  • Become a pilgrim
  • Leon walking tour
  • Visit a sheperd
  • All breakfast, lunches and some dinners
  • Attend a mass in Santiago…and much more

Plus you’ll get all this, too.

  • A small  group of maximum 15 travellers.
  • Full-time services of a professional  guide and local experts.
  • All group transportation.
  • 9 nights’ accommodations.
  • All breakfasts, and lunches.
  • All tips for guides, driver, mades…
  • Guaranteed tour price, locked in the moment you make your deposit
  • 50% discount for 1 person when you organize a full group (min 10 PAX)

Fine print: You are responsible for the cost of your drinks and free-time sightseeing.



Flight from/to your home to starting point.

Our tour starts in Saint Jean de Luz and ends in Santiago de Compostela. How you arrive and depart from here is on you. We can help you find the best way to arrive to Sain Jean de Luz, and the way to continue your trip from Santiago de Compostela.

Our tours don’t include airfare, so your flight arrangements and transfers are completely up to you.

get ready

Here are the things that very often we overlook but that will change your experience of the tour:



You should be an active traveller, this tour will require at least 3 hours of dayly walking!

The name of our company is Traveling STEPS, so as you can imagine, all our tours are physically active!



  1. Carry/roll your luggage up the stairway of the house to reach your room.
  2. Be on your feet, walking and standing, for up to four hours, indoors and outdoors, in all weather conditions.
  3. Sleep with weak od no air conditioning.
  4. After orientation and transportation lessons, be able to navigate towns and cities on your own.
  5. Eat group dinners as late as 9 p.m. (you are in Spain….)
  6. Be ready to walk up to 8 miles with your group.



Northern Spain is gorgeous year-round although it can get quite wet in spring and fall! But what’s a little rain?!

Any time between May and October is a good time to discover The CAMINO. However, the months of May, September, and October offer the best combination of good weather and lighter crowds at sights. September and October don’t have long days, but the forest is gorgeous!

Remember to pack a coat, mornings and evenings are chilly, no matter the month of the year.



Planning a trip with friends or family? Are you hikers, cyclists, runners, foodies, or a group with common interests?

We’ll be thrilled to design the tour that best suits your personal tastes and preferences.

All you need to do is send us a message and we’ll start customizing the perfect CAMINO experience for you!


Learn more ABOUT the CAMINO in our journal

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