Walking the Last 100KM of the Camino de Santiago
For many pilgrims, the commitment of time required or the physical demands of walking the entirety of the Camino de Santiago may not be possible. However, pilgrims may receive the Compostela (Pilgrim Certificate) by walking at least the last 100km to Santiago de Compostela.
WHAT ARE THE 100KM ROUTES ON THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO?
CAMINO FRANCES: From Sarria to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO PORTUGUES: From Tui to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO PORTUGUES COASTAL: From Oia to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO INGLES: From Ferrol / Fenes to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO PRIMITIVO: From Carballido/Fazai/Louzaneta to Lugo to Santiago de Compostela
VIA DE LA PLATA: From Ourense to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO SANABRES: From Ourense to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO DEL NORTE: From Baamonde to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO DE INVIERNO: From Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela
CAMINO DE FINISTERRA: From Lires to Finisterre to Santiago de Compostela
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
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- A Beginner’s Guide to the Camino de Santiago
- HOW TO: Follow Trail Markers and Trail Blazes in Europe
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- Packing List: My Recommended Gear for Walking the Camino de Santiago
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- The Top Hiking GPS Apps for iPhone and Android
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- How Much Does it Cost to Walk the Camino de Santiago?
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- Key Differences Between the Camino de Santiago and Via Francigena
Husband. Father. Backpacker. Pilgrim. Author.
My recent treks include the Camino de Santiago through Portugal and Spain as well as section hiking along the Florida Trail and the Appalachian Trail. In 2020 and 2021, I’m walking the California Missions Trail in the United States, as well as England’s ancient Pilgrims’ Way from London to Canterbury. Afterward, I’ll begin the Via Francigena, the historic way in Europe connecting Canterbury to Rome.