Along the Way to Santiago you can find a range of places to stay: private hostels, guest houses and hotels. We will do our best to provide you with an accommodation tailored to your needs. You only need to contact us via e-mail before you begin your Camino.
We believe that the Camino de Santiago is something more than just a trip or simple summer holidays. We want it to be a life experience for you, so you should not worry about anything more than walking and enjoying.
We are a local agency. We both work and live in Santiago de Compostela – at the end of the Camino. We travel a lot around Galicia, Portugal and Spain and we have a constant control of the accommodation and services provided by our co-workers: hotels, rural houses owners, taxi drivers, etc. We meet and visit them frequently, and we always keep updating and upgrading our services.
We provide a telephone 24/7 attention. From Santiago we can immediately help you when you are already walking your Camino and you find difficulties or problems.
We are the direct and only intermediary between the pilgrims and the hotels and service providers. There are no other intermediaries. All bookings are direct and we know personally the staff that will attend you upon your arrival. We know that Óscar will drive you to your hotel where Eli will welcome you at the reception and María will serve your breakfast.
Being the only and direct intermediary helps us also to keep the best price-quality relation.
Upon your arrival to Santiago we will invite you for the best wine and tapas in Santiago. We know every corner of Santiago and we will be happy to share with you our local knowledge.
Born in Cracow (Poland). Came to Santiago de Compostela in 2008 and as it was very hard to leave this beautiful town, she decided to stay. Joined the CTC team in 2010. You can communicate with her in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Galician and of course in Polish.
Head and IT expert
Born in Pontevedra (right on the Portuguese Route) and came to study in Santiago de Compostela. As a full blood Galician he decided he must do something for the pilgrims coming to visit his land, so in 2011 he became a boss of CTC. You can communicate with him in English, Spanish and Galician.