A guide to the Camino de Santiago
and other long distance walks

Long distance walking routes

Alto de Perdon
Camino Frances

The Camino Frances is an 800km walk from Saint Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

Camino Ingles

The Camino Ingles is the quieter secluded sibling to the other more popular camino's but thoroughly enjoyable.

Pasajes San Juan
Camino Del Norte

The Camino Del Norte Starts in Irun and skirts the northern coast of Spain through San Sebastian, Bilbao & Santander.

Camino Finisterre

100km from Santiago de Compostela which takes approx 3 days and is a lovely quiet walk to the "End of the World"

The Dales Way

An amazing 6 day walk starting from Ilkley in the Yorkshire Dales and finishing at Bowness in the Lake District.

The Worcestershire Way

This 53km long distance walk is typically walked in 1 or 2 days through glorious forests and countryside.


9 Days on The Camino Frances

I recently walked an amazing section of The Camino Frances starting from St Jean Pied de Port over the Pyrenees to Burgos revisiting the trail from my first walk on The Camino de Santiago

my experience

I have walked The Camino de Santiago multiple times since my original trip on The Camino Frances in 2016 and have walked lots of the different routes and stages.

I hope you like this guide to the various routes and stages and it helps you prepare, plan and walk The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. My ‘arrival’ video is here.  enjoy…

Free Camino packing List

I have developed a simple lightweight Camino packing list after walking The Camino de Santiago numerous times. If you want to travel with a lightweight pack this is the packing list for you.

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