For this reason there are nearly as many routes as there are pilgrims. You can start from wherever is convenient for you. However, some routes are more traveled than others - find out about the various routes below.
See also: When to Do the Camino de Santiago.
- Camino Frances
- Camino del Norte
- Camino Aragones
- Camino de la Plata
- Camino Ingles
- Camino Portugues
- Camino Primitivo
- Camino Fisterra
The most famous and popular Camino de Santiago route.
A good alternative to the Camino Frances, taking you along the coast.
A different first leg that joins the Camino Frances.
The longest and most difficult camino, starting from Seville.
The shortest Camino de Santiago route, starting in A Coruña.
Various routes starting in Portugal.
A short route, starting in Oviedo.
An alternative ending, taking you from Santiago de Compostela on to Fisterra - 'the end of the earth'.