Make your first steps on the Camino in both French and Spanish parts of the Basque Country and Navarra. Cross the Pyrenees, visit Pamplona and follow to La Rioja region. This part of the world is famous for its wines and excellent food.
From La Rioja to Castilia region. Meet the famous rooster from Santo Domingo de la Calzada; the legend tells he sung after roasted. This land is considered a Spanish (Castilian) language cradle.
Welcome to the Spanish Meseta – plain, warm and constant. Between two cities of the famous Cathedrals meet small typical Castilian villages and challenge yourself to experience the tough but beautiful desert-looking land.
The challenging part of the Camino. Start in the ancient capital of the kingdom of Leon and experience the changing landscape. After the last steps on the Meseta you will have to climb a mountain to get to Galicia and to travel in time.
Last 120 km (75 miles) of the French Route - the minimum you need to walk to be rewarded with the Compostela. Know Galicia with its green landscapes and Celtic and Roman architecture. Enjoy seafood, soft climate and company of the experienced pilgrims who finish here their Camino.