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Camino de Santiago

Follow in the footsteps of countless pilgrims, star-gazing Celts and tourists as you trek 115km on the final stretch of the Camino de Santiago. 

Setting off from the Gothic town of Sarria in North West Spain, you’ll wind your way up and down lush valleys and enchanting forests full of eucalyptus, fir and oak trees. You’ll encounter magnificent, man-made monuments and breath-taking natural landscapes, looking out for woodpeckers and taking in an amazing range of architecture built across centuries.

You’ll stop in rustic hamlets and traditional Spanish towns, with chances to gain insight into the current local lifestyle and the captivating cultural history of the pilgrimage.

Dating back to around the 10th century AD, the famous Camino de Frances actually begins in France and extends some 800km, but this final section gives a perfect alternative for time-tight trekkers.

You’ll, of course, end at the Holy city of Santiago, with a free day to explore its mix of ancient and modern architecture. 2021 marks the Holy Year of the Camino de Santiago, so the city will be more vibrant than ever! You can take in the towering spires of the cathedral and enormous statue celebrating Pope John Paul’s 1993 Holy Year visit, along with the striking contemporary art in the modern galleries.

Places are limited and are likely to go extremely fast for this amazing trek in the Camino de Santiago Holy Year! We recommend you register early to avoid missing out.

Covid-19 - keeping you safe

As we hope you know, the health and safety of our participants is always - and has always been - our highest priority.

The team of experts at Dream Challenges have created a brilliant 14-step initiative, to minimise the risk of coronavirus and maximise your safety. Please click here to see their ground-breaking plan and rest assured that you're safe booking.

Free transfers for all 2021 challenges!

If you feel worried about travelling as your 2021 challenge draws closer, you can transfer your booking and registration fee balance to another 2021 or 2022 challenge free of charge, up until 12 weeks before your departure date.

Worried about fundraising? 

Don't be..the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage is an Open Challenge – this means you have the option to self fund your participation and there is no minimum fundraising requirement.

You are, of course, more than welcome to commit to a minimum sponsorship target instead and fundraise a minimum amount of £2,600 for Jo’s.