A guided pilgrimage along the famous Camino de Santiago
All roads lead to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The most famous route of the Camino de Santiago – or “St. James’ Way” – is the French route. However, every major city in Spain has a path to Santiago, including Valencia. The Valencian route of the Camino de Santiago, the Camino del Levante, directs pilgrims first to the south to avoid the northern mountains.
The full route from Valencia, which has been traveled by pilgrims since medieval times, takes approximately 40 days of walking to reach Santiago de Compostela. However, if you would just like to experience this for a day, there are 38 kilometers (about 24 miles) of very flat, navigable, and easy trails, passing through small villages and towns in the Valencian wetlands or the Albuferra region.
Your private guide will accompany you on your trek or drive to each location for you, so you don’t need to carry a pack. The Camino de Santiago can be done by bike or on foot.