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Disconnect and Reconnect on the Camino de Santiago

Do you feel the need to disconnect every now and again? Yearn to reconnect with nature and your inner self? Then join us on the Camino de Santiago where we follow ancient trails through stunning landscapes, stay in boutique accommodation, and dine on delicious local foods and wines. By the end of the walk, you’ll feel rejuvenated and with a deeper understanding of Spain’s rich history.

From April 24 – May 2, 2023 you can walk with us on Part 2 of the Camino Mozárabe Trilogy, from Córdoba to Salamanca. Alternatively, from May 2 – 10, 2023, the final stage of the trilogy awaits you – from Ourense to Santiago de Compostela.

Wellness on the Camino

As a pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago has always been a route of reflection. As you walk through the beautiful countryside of Spain, you connect with nature as pilgrims have for centuries before.

Walking is known to be a restorative exercise, combine that with yoga and meditation, plus incredible surroundings and you have Toma & Coe’s Camino Mozárabe Part 2. From historic Córdoba to the university town of Salamanca, you’ll pass through ancient forests and meadows bursting with wild flowers, to jewels of architecture.

Your quality boutique accommodation allows you to savour the local food and wine. You will enjoy a final feast for the senses at the end of each day.

Soak up the atmosphere

Camino Via de la Plata - Cáceres

The impressive history of the UNESCO heritage sites Mérida and Cáceres, and the university city of Salamanca also await you.

Stroll the cobbled alleyways of medieval Cáceres by moonlight. Marvel at ancient Roman monuments in Mérida. The Baroque architecture and intricate decoration of Salamanca’s Plaza Mayor is just a stone’s throw from your final night’s accommodation. All offer the chance to escape to past times as you relax on your yoga pilgrimage.

“When I walked the Camino from Salamanca to Santiago de Compostela with Toma & Coe in May of 2022, even my highest expectations were exceeded. As the leaders, Manni and Erin are incredibly dedicated to providing the personal attention that can make all the difference on a trip like this. I was challenged (in a good way!) both physically and spiritually while supported not only by Manni and Erin, but by my fellow Peregrinos as well, who were warm, intelligent and offered camaraderie and good fun at the end of every day.” Sharon G

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Galicia calls

Walk the final 108km from the picturesque city of Ourense on Toma & Coe’s Camino Mozárabe Part 3. From a city famed for its thermal springs and marked by the ages, through the lush Galician countryside carved by rivers and touched by Roman and Celtic history, you reach the pilgrimage capital of Santiago de Compostela.

Before the journey ends in front of Santiago’s magnificent cathedral, your senses will be awakened by the freshness of Galicia. A land of rolling hills, rocky outcrops and tiny villages.

Your guides are your encouragement and support on every step of the way of this remarkable journey. The total distance we will walk is 67 miles (108 km), approximately 11 miles per day.

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Walk the Camino de Santiago with Toma & Coe – disconnect – reconnect – enjoy.

Santiago de Commpostela - end of the Camino de Santiago

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