Walk the English Way of the Camino de Santiago to Coruña in only 5 days. You can enjoy all the charm of the city of Coruña and the towns of the inland of Galicia until you finally reach Santiago.

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The Camino de Santiago customised

Your Camino made to measure

At Galician Roots, we are specialised in offering to our clients customised tours of the different paths of the Camino de Santiago and personalised trips of Galicia. We are from Galicia and our land and the Camino captivate us.

We offer a wide variety of options and services with the only purpose that your Camino de Santiago is just as you dreamt. You’ll be able to start your itinerary from a determined point, you can also shorten the stages and walk fewer kilometres, relieve your muscles with a massage upon your arrival to your accommodation, taste traditional food, visit unique places of our geography, enjoy a dinner with traditional Galician music and much more…

Don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll give you all the information about all our optional services. You can choose any of our organised trips or if you prefer we can work on a fully customised tour for you.
  • Huge selection of accommodations
  • Customised itineraries
  • Assistance during the entire trip
  • Gastronomic tastings and wine tasting
  • Private cultural visits
  • Physiotherapy sessions
  • Dinners with Galician traditional music
  • Transfer from the airport to your starting point
  • Bike rental
  • And much more...

What is the French Way tour?

The French Way tour or the Camino Frances tour is the most walked and demanded path of the Camino de Santiago. The French Way starts in Saint Jean Pied de Port in France and offers most services and accommodations, at Galician Roots, we offer different organized tours of the French Way of Saint James with all the needed services included so that you can discover this path without any worries.

Where does the French Way of Saint James start?

The Camino de Santiago Frances departs from the French town of Saint Jean Pied de Port in France and ends in Santiago de Compostela. The French Way has a total length of 795 kilometres. It is possible to start the French Way tour from any point of the route but you can find many options we offer on this page so you can choose the tour that best suits you both in difficulty and the number of kilometres.

Why should you choose the French Way tour?

As we explained previously this is the most walked route and it has most of the services and the largest number of accommodations, there are many types so we can adapt to your budget and needs and the variety of services is extensive. Choosing the Camino Frances organized tour is a safe bet as you will find everything you need along your trip and you will enjoy amazing sceneries.

Which tour of the French Way is easier?

The French Way starts in Saint Jean Pied de Port and has approximately 795 kilometres in length, the most walked and also the most accessible path in the number of kilometres and difficulty starts in Sarria, this stretch is highly demanded and booked. This tour starting from Sarria is also known as the last 100 kilometres of the Camino Frances, it can be done in barely 7 days and allows you to apply for the Compostela certificate. There are many stretches until you complete the full route so have a look at our tour selection available on this page and if you cannot find what you are looking for do not hesitate to contact us.

What are the last 100 kilometres of the Camino de Santiago?

As discussed above the last 100 kilometres of the Camino de Santiago is the most popular route and the most walked by pilgrims, this stretch belonging to the French Way of Saint James starts in Sarria and has an approximate length of 114 kilometres hence its name. This route has become the most renowned since it is fairly easy and it is possible to complete it in only 5 stages, 5 days of walk. If you are unfamiliar with the Camino de Santiago this is the recommended option to start this adventure.

How many days do I need to do the French Way?

If you wish to walk the full Camino Frances on foot then you will need to complete 33 stages at least, this means that you will need to walk 33 days. The stages range from 20 to 30 kilometres but if you prefer at Galician Roots we can organize your Camino Frances tour and adapt it to the number of kilometres and days that you prefer. If you want to do the full Camino de Santiago Francés by bike this will require 14 stages ranging from 50 to 70 kilometres however we can adapt the route and the number of kilometres to your preferences.

How many stages does the French Way of Saint James have?

The Camino Frances has 31 official stages even though due to the length of some of them we would highly suggest doing between 33 and 36 stages to complete them comfortably as some of the official stages have more than 30 kilometres and we do not recommend exceeding this number of kilometres per day. We can customize the length of the stages depending on your physical condition so that your French Way organized tour is as comfortable as possible.


We pick you up and drive you where you wish

In order to give you the maximum comfort when planning your journey, at Galician Roots we also provide a transfer service from any airport in Galicia or any other arrival point and we drive you to the starting point of your trip.
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