Camino Guided Tours 2021/2022


The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage is an experience to be shared and the JWT Camino guided tours are ideal for pilgrims and walkers looking for a group to be part of and share this special journey with.

Our week-long Camino de Santiago fully escorted guided tours take pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela, walking approximately 100kms of the two most famous routes so you can receive your own ‘Compostela’: the Camino Frances trail from Sarria or the Camino Portugues from the coastal city of Vigo, in Galicia.

In addition, we also have a very special short break in Santiago de Compostela, to celebrate St James Day in July; as well as our classic Camino de Santiago coach tours from Pamplona and Fatima, combining sightseeing with easy walking stages.

Thousands of pilgrims from all over the world have made their way to Santiago de Compostela since the Middle Ages, walking the centuries-old Camino de Santiago paths. The historic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage is truly memorable and an experience of a lifetime: where you will discover stunning scenery, historic towns, quaint little villages and a unique sense of camaraderie you won’t find anywhere else.

If you have always dreamt of walking to Santiago de Compostela but you didn’t want to do it alone or prefer the support of a group, our Camino guided tours are perfect for you. Check out our departure dates for Autumn 2021 and 2022.

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The Camino de Santiago is a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site and over 300,000 pilgrims from all over the world make their journey to Santiago each year, where they receive their ‘Compostela’ pilgrim certificate.

  • Experience Xacobeo 2021-2022, a Camino de Santiago Holy Year
  • Discover the spirit of the Camino and make life-long friends
  • Walk ancient paths
  • Admire beautiful architecture in cities and towns along the way
  • Taste delicious gastronomy
  • Get your Compostela pilgrim certificate in Santiago de Compostela

Find more details about our Camino guided tours, the Camino de Santiago routes, travel tips and advice on our TRAVEL BLOG.

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EXPERT LOCAL GUIDES

Our Camino guided tours are led by expert local English-speaking guides with many years of experience and extensive knowledge about the region, local culture and the history of the Camino de Santiago.

WE LOOK AFTER ALL THE DETAILS

From transport to accommodation in lovely hotels and pilgrim passports, all the logistics are managed by the expert travel team at JWT so you can just simply pack your bags and enjoy this enriching experience.

FLIGHTS AND TRANSPORT

We have regular departures including flights from Dublin, Ireland, and the UK, but if you are travelling from the USA, Asia or any other country, our travel experts can organise flights to join the group in Santiago.

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