Luxury experiences via the Camino de Santiago

The discovery of the tomb of Saint James in Galicia circa 820 AD was one of the most important events in the Middle Ages on the entire continent. The Camino de Santiago soon became the most important pilgrimage route in medieval Europe, and the passage of countless pilgrims who—moved by faith—headed for Compostela from throughout Europe, was the starting point for artistic, social and economic development that left their imprints along the entire route. Today, 12 centuries later, the Camino de Santiago has become the top European Cultural Route and was declared Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. It is a ‘pilgrimage site and meeting place among peoples that, over the course of the centuries, has become a symbol of fraternity and unifying core of European consciousness’. We invite you to discover all its secrets and let the path surprise you.

Luxury experiences via the Camino de Santiago
French Route
Portuguese Route
Northern Route
Primitive Route
Old Silver Route
Fisterra to Muxía Route
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French Route

A route that runs through Northern Spain from France, culminating in Santiago de Compostela. On this route, we will cross over the peaks of the Pyrenees of Navarra, the fertile valleys of the Ebro, the famous vineyards of La Rioja and the vast plains of Castile and Leon. Landscapes that are rewarding and ever-changing, where the stunning contrasts will keep you staring in awe at the newness of each and every day. Can you imagine sleeping in the same room in which Charles III of Navarre or Margaret Theresa of Spain once laid their heads? Or resting on the crenel of a fortified tower of an ancient medieval castle with sweeping views down over the city? All of these experiences—and more—await you along this historic and cultural route replete with secrets to discover.

  • Private La Rioja wine tasting
  • Private yoga sessions
  • Spa treatments based on wine, olive oil and algae
  • Helicopter ride over Las Médulas in Leon
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Portuguese Route

A route that crosses Portugal, starting in Porto or Lisbon and finishing in Santiago de Compostela. A route loaded with important historic and cultural components and the only route on the Way that traverses two European countries. In Portugal, you will have the chance to discover its notable historic and cultural heritage, its tasty cuisine and famous wines, both the world known ports and its magnificent vinhos verdes. Places as emblematic as Viana do Castelo and the spectacular panoramic views from the Santa Luzia viewpoint will take your breath away. You may decide to ride in a hot air balloon over the region of the Cíes Islands at sunset, harvest grapes and witness the production process first hand, sleep with panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean; pamper yourself at a spa with medicinal waters or learn to cook traditional Galician dishes with a local chef. All of this while savouring a delicious Rías Baixas Albariño wine… All of your dreams can come true on a single trip.

  • Tour of the Cíes Islands by yacht or sailboat
  • Cooking course and tasting of traditional dishes
  • Private port tasting
  • Rafting on the Minho River
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Northern Route

A route that travels along the northern coast of Spain from the Basque Country, destination Santiago de Compostela. This fascinating route is sure to surprise and awe even the most experienced traveller. You will travel through the gorgeous green coastal scenery of the north and be stunned by the enormous historic riches both of heritage and cuisine. Traversing ravines, rivers and paradisiacal beaches of blustery Green Spain, you will discover the ancient Wool Route used by drovers and their flocks, which linked the Castilian Meseta, or high plateau, to the rich lands of Flanders and northern Europe. And if it pricks your fancy, you can even sheer sheep with your own hands, under the tutelage of a local shepherd. You will delve into the secrets of the legacy of our ancestors the Indianos—adventurers who set sail for the Americas seeking riches—and stay in a real medieval castle that was once owned by Napoleon Bonaparte. You can even stay in the same room in which King Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, once slept on his frequent trips to Flanders. All of these experiences and more await you on this journey full of surprises that is guaranteed to astonish you.

  • Private tasting of Asturian ciders
  • Lodging in the studio-home of a well-known artist
  • Basque cooking course with a Michelin chef
  • Horse riding through the Picos de Europe
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Primitive Route

A route that crosses Northern Spain, starting in Asturias and finishing in Santiago de Compostela. During this sensational trip, you will enjoy a journey replete with history and unique natural spaces. Nature in its purest state will play an essential role in your pilgrimage. From the Somiedo Natural Park to the Muniellos Nature Reserve, passing the Navia River, you will discover a unique natural environment far from the hands of mankind, where you may feel a bit like Alfonso II during his first pilgrimage. You may spot bears and wild horses running in the wild in freedom, and you will explore a diversity of Celtic ruins. You will relish having a go at playing the Asturian gaita (bagpipes), and lodge in primitive monasteries. For the sportiest adventurers, perhaps a round of golf with the sea as a backdrop, a true spectacle that promises to be the finishing touch on this gorgeous trip.

  • Quad ride through Somiedo Natural Park
  • Culinary tasting of Asturian dishes
  • Private course on artisan cheese production
  • Hot air balloon flight over the Roman Walls of Lugo
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Old Silver Route

A route that crosses Spain from the south to the north, starting in Andalusia with the final destination of Santiago de Compostela. ‘You know you are on the right path when you feel joie de vivre at every step.’ This quote by Alejandro Jodorowsky perfectly describes what you will feel along this journey. A route overflowing with significant riches, both cultural and culinary. You can lose yourself in the entrails of numerous medieval castles, follow in the footsteps of King Charles V, Roman Emperor, or Queen Isabella I of Castile, visit a slew of Heritage of Humanity sites and monuments, and enjoy wine and food tastings that are unique on the Iberian Peninsula. Crossing through the pastures of Andalusia and Extremadura admiring the odd lifestyle of these lands is something you should do at least once in your life, and we make it easy for you.

  • Route of Heritage of Humanity monuments
  • Tasting of Extremaduran cold meats
  • Iberian cured ham route
  • Flamenco and sevillana performances
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Fisterra to Muxía Route

During this journey, you will enter a world beset by mystery and legends. Surrounded by mysticism, travelling toward the End of the World will make your pilgrimage a unique experience. You can learn the intricate process of crafting famous Camariñas lace, or take dance or traditional music workshops. You can relax while gazing at the magical sunset over the Atlantic from your room at the Fisterra lighthouse itself or burn your clothing to purify and liberate your soul… You will learn about—and sample—the millenary ritual of queimada (a fiery punch with spirits and spices) and casting spells to frighten the meigas (famed witches of Galicia) and the Santa Compaña (Holy Guest), and only God knows if the jesting spirit of Diaño will appear to you in the night! A spooky and exhilarating experience you will never forget.

  • Unique and pioneering lodging in treetop cabins
  • Sea journey to view the shipwrecks on the Costa da Morte (Coast of Death)
  • Wild mushroom picking at the ‘End of the World’
  • Photography outing to take pictures of lighthouses and cliffs
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