For over a thousand years, pilgrims have hiked the Camino de Santiago across northern Spain. Whether you’re on a spiritual journey or simply want the thrill of hiking this famous pilgrimage route, join us on this new Active Journey.

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 Shell symbol for El Camino de Santiago  The cathedral at Santiago de Compostela  Monument to the running of the bulls in Pamplona  The cathedral in Santiago de Compostela  Cabo Fisterra, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

Hiking and History Along El Camino de Santiago

11 days from $5,745

For over a thousand years, pilgrims have hiked the Camino de Santiago across northern Spain. Whether you’re on a spiritual journey or simply want the thrill of hiking this famous pilgrimage route, join us on this new Active Journey.

or Call 833-254-6678

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Hotel Roncesvalles

Roncesvalles, Spain

Hotel Roncesvalles offers free Wi-Fi and bright rooms with a flat-screen TV. This restored Medieval hospital is next to Roncesvalles Monastery, an important point on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route. Hotel Roncesvalles combines original stone walls and wooden ceilings with elegant, modern décor. Each heated room has a work desk and a stylish bathroom with a hairdryer. The Roncesvalles Hotel’s rustic restaurant offers a daily buffet breakfast, and dinner can be served upon request. Hotel Roncesvalles also has a lounge bar and a large terrace.

Number of nights: 1

Hotel Tres Reyes

Pamplona, Spain

Nestled on the edge of the Taconera Gardens, this upscale hotel is 0.8 km from Pamplona Cathedral and 1.6 km from the site of the annual San Fermín festival, known for the running of the bulls. The stylish, modern rooms and suites offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add desks, Nespresso machines and/or city and mountain views, while suites feature separate living rooms and balconies. Room service is available. Dining options include a polished restaurant, a casual cafe, and a lobby bar. There's also a seasonal outdoor pool, a hot tub, and an exercise room, plus a business center and meeting space

Number of nights: 1

Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada

La Rioja, Spain

The hotel occupies a former 12th-century hospital near the cathedral, erected by St. Dominic to take in pilgrims traveling on the Way of St. James. It has a regal, elegant style, with majestic function rooms and a lobby filled with Gothic arches and wood coffered ceilings. Fine materials and eye-catching colors—whites and blues—give way to comfortable guest rooms decorated with exquisite taste.

You will find a warm, harmonious environment which is also highly suited to social events and meetings. Santo Domingo de la Calzada stands beside the banks of the Oja River on a vast plain. The town's founding is linked to the branch of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela known as the French Route. Legend has it that in the 11th century, this location was a large holm oak forest on the banks of a tumultuous river that descended from the nearby mountains, now known as the Sierra de la Demanda. A hermit named Domingo took up residence in the heart of the forest, dedicating all his energy to making it easier for pilgrims traveling to Compostela to cross this difficult terrain.

Today you can enjoy the town by visiting sights such as the cathedral or Plaza de España (Spain Square) and savoring La Rioja's delicious cuisine.

Number of nights: 1

Hotel NH Collection Palacio de Burgos

Burgos, Spain

The NH Collection Palacio de Burgos, formerly known as NH Palacio de la Merced, hotel is in the heart of Burgos, by the River Arlanzón and a few minutes’ walk from the UNESCO-protected cathedral. The building itself is every bit as impressive as the setting – a magnificent Gothic creation built in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Our rooms are spacious and stylish in equal measure. They team elegant interiors with extras that ensure the highest levels of comfort.

Number of nights: 1

Hotel Real Monasterio De San Zoilo

Palencia, Spain

Set in a former monastery in Carrion de los Condes, the hotel is located near to the Santiago pilgrimage route. Rooms in Hotel Real Monasterio de San Zoilo look onto the beautiful gardens.

Featuring stone arches, drapes, and beamed ceilings, the rooms have a rustic feel. Some have four-poster beds and all of them have air-conditioning and heating. Each room has a TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Number of nights: 1

Hotel Alfonso V

León, Spain

The Sercotel Alfonso V Hotel is an excellent 4-star hotel located in the centre of León . It is situated right in the commercial and financial center, only steps from the Old Town. This hotel in León boasts 62 rooms: singles, doubles, and suites that are elegantly decorated and with free wifi internet available. The bathrooms are all perfectly equipped and the climate control is self-adjustable.

Its central location makes this hotel in León the ideal spot for a couple of days sightseeing in the Castilian capital. It is a must-see stop for peregrines traveling towards Santiago and has an extremely interesting historic and cultural legacy to offer.

Number of nights: 1

Parador Nacional de Monforte de Lemos

Monforte, Spain

The historic site of San Vicente do Pino is located in the uppermost part of the town of Monforte de Lemos. It is made up of the keep, San Vicente do Pino Monastery and the palace of the counts of Lemos, which houses the Parador de Monforte. The monastery dates back to the 9th century, although the current structure was built in the 17th century in the neoclassical style. The building has a neoclassical central cloister with exceptionally well carved stonework. It is the ideal space for events, or simply to enjoy a stroll amid the silence and beauty of the stone.

You won't want to miss a visit to the Colegio de Los Escolapios (Piarist School), a majestic building more than 100 meters in length. Construction of the structure was begun in 1593 and completed in 1913, after more than three centuries of work. Its grandeur evokes El Escorial Monastery and its walls bear the coats of arms of the counts of Lemos, the House of Alba and the Piarist Fathers, who were responsible for completing the work. The school's museum, previously the sacristy, houses paintings by El Greco and Andrea del Sarto, among others.

Monforte de Lemos is also an exceptional location for exploring the Ribera Sacra region, with its rivers, vineyards, Romanesque churches, gastronomy, and festivals. In the area around the town, you will discover indescribably beautiful landscapes, including the Sil River Canyon and the magical Sierra de O Caurel mountains.

Number of nights: 1

Parador Nacional de Los Reyes Catolicos

Santiago, Spain

Combining history, art and tradition, the goal of pilgrims and the emblem of St. James, the Hostal dos Reis Católicos, in the Plaza do Obradoiro, forms together with the cathedral one of the world’s most remarkable, and most visited, urban settings.

The Hostal, which first saw life as a Royal Hospital in 1499 to house the many pilgrims arriving in Santiago, today still invites the traveler to enjoy this universal and fascinating city.

Considered the oldest hotel in the world, it is also one of the most luxurious and beautiful. It has four extremely beautiful cloisters, elegant public rooms, spectacular bedrooms and a luxurious dining room offering Galician style fish and meats and the classic apple filloa pies and crème brulee.

Number of nights: 2