Camino de Santiago

Join us on a journey of physical and emotional enlightenment


  • There are three separate pilgrimages to enjoy.
  • Visit some of Spain’s most beautiful cities and UNESCO Heritage Sites – Cordoba, Merida, Casares, Salamanca and Santiago de Compostela
  • Daily hike along the camino – length varies on the section of the route but expect around 10-15 miles per day.
  • Your guide will explain the history and culture of the sights you see along the way.
  • Accommodation is handpicked and comfortable
  • A full meal is included every day you are on the Camino.


Trip Profile

7-9 nights – depending on the section walked
Best Time To Visit:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov
Tour Dates/Days:
Dates to be confirmed
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Camino de santiago

Tour Summary

The Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of Saint James, is one of the most famous pilgrimage routes in Europe. The destination is Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, in the northwest of Spain.

There are many routes from the north, south, east and west. The particular route we take is called the Camino Mozárabe and it begins in Málaga, stretching through the heartlands of Andalucía to Córdoba and beyond, before it meets with another route, La Vía de la Plata, in the city of Mérida in Extremadura.

You’ll be amazed at the nature you’ll see and hear along the way; what could be more uplifting than soaring birdsong to accompany your footsteps?

Each of our camino tours is a combination of luxury and spirituality. Enjoy gourmet food, cultural visits, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, luxury accommodation and of course, the Camino itself.

Group Tour
We take care of every logistic, so you have nothing to worry about. Walk alone or walk with a companion. Our group tours are in their seventh year and many pilgrims have returned for more. A truly unforgettable pilgrimage experience.

Bespoke Tour
If you have a group or an organisation and would like us to design a special pilgrimage for you and your team – get in touch. Let´s begin planning. There are so many options, with spectacular sections to the route.

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Part 1: From Coast to Cordoba
This 7-night pilgrimage incorporates the highlights of the Camino Mozárabe route from Málaga to Córdoba. Embark on a fascinating journey through the history of Spain and discover more about how 3 religions have influenced its culture.

We will end Part 1 of the pilgrimage in magical Córdoba: entering the city across its iconic Roman bridge, and paying a visit to the extraordinary Moorish mosque enclosed within its ancient city walls.

Walk up to 10 miles a day through the constantly changing landscapes of Andalucia: traversing the almond blossomed hills of Málaga and continuing through the olive groves at the centre of the region

Finish each day’s walking with a delicious lunch, followed by an afternoon of rest and relaxation in your hotel.

Part 2: Cordoba to Salamanca
On this 9-night pilgrimage, departing from the city of Cordoba, we will venture into some of the most isolated regions of Spain, through the wild Dehesa landscape of woodland, fields of flowers and a sky full of birdsong (read our blog about the birds on this stretch).

The pilgrimage route passes through the ancient towns of Mérida and Cáceres, and eventually merges with La Ruta de la Plata outside Seville. These intertwining paths will lead us to Salamanca, home to the oldest university in the country and some of the most beautiful examples of architecture in Spain.

Enjoy the surroundings of a variety of handpicked accommodations: from rural retreats to stunning urban hotels.

This is an inspiring and transformative walk embracing UNESCO World Heritage Sites with natural beauty and the power of the Camino.

Part 3: The final 108km
Complete the final leg of the pilgrimage on a lesser-known route, the Camino Sanabrés, starting in Ourense. This landscape of soaring skies and sweeping landscapes will provide you with the solitude and tranquility essential to any pilgrim experience.

Relax and rest your head in the comfortable surroundings of a traditional Galician Palace, known as a Pazo, before spending your final night in a luxury hotel in the vibrant city of Santiago.

Arrive in Santiago for your pilgrim celebrations and take in the awe-inspiring interior of the city’s vast cathedral.


Part 1 – Malaga has direct flights from the USA and many European cities.

Part 2 – Cordoba is reachable from Madrid and Malaga by train. The high-speed trains take 1 hours from Malaga and 2 hours from Madrid.

Part 3 – Ourense does not have an airport but there are three Galician airports: Vigo, A Coruña and Santiago de Compostela fairly close by. Alternatively, fly into Madrid and take the train from Charmartin station to Ourense. The train takes around 2 ½ hours.


Part 1 – Flights from Malaga and Madrid go to major USA and European cities. The train from Cordoba to either Malaga or Madrid takes between 1 and 2 hours respectively.

Part 2 – Direct trains from Salamanca to Madrid take under 2 hours. From Madrid you can fly to major European and USA destinations.

Part 3 – Flights from Santiago airport depart for Madrid, Barcelona, London, Milan, Malaga and other Spanish destinations.

Flights from Malaga, Madrid and Barcelona connect to major European and USA cities.


Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Price includes:

  • Local guide visits in Málaga and Córdoba
  • Dinners whilst on the camino (not including wine)
  • Accommodation bed and breakfast in double occupancy.
  • Costs are based on double occupancy

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the way of Saint James important?
The Way of Saint James or Camino de Santiago was one of the most important Christian pilgrimages during the Middle Ages. The final destination is Santiago de Compostela and the cathedral of Saint James in the city.

How hard is the Camino de Santiago?
Like any extensive pilgrimage hike, it’s important not to rush the Camino de Santiago. The enormity of the journey may seem overwhelming at first, but with proper and practical physical conditioning and self-care along the way, you’ll be well-prepared to tackle the challenge. The difficulty of the walk also depends on which of the routes you undertake.

Can a 70-year-old walk the Camino?
People of all ages can walk the Camino de Santiago, however there is a certain level of fitness required. We ask that you have the ability to walk 10-15 miles a day, and that is achievable for many age groups who are fit and healthy

Which Camino route is the most beautiful?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and on a pilgrimage your eyes are opened to the beauty that surrounds us every day. That said, the Camino Norte is generally considered the most beautiful as it traverses a coastal path.

What is the accommodation like on the Camino?
Much of the accommodation along the Camino de Santiago is basic albergues and hostels. However, on Toma & Coe’s camino tours you will enjoy a high standard of accommodation with quality meals at the end of your daily walk.



There really are no words to describe how well cared for we were and how the Camino provided so many wonderful surprises everyday. Do not hesitate to book a trip with TOMA & COE you will not be disapointed

From the first moment to the last, the Camino Mozarabe trip with TOMA & COE was so mindfully planned each day seemed perfect. Manni Coe’s contacts opened doors that would be unknown otherwise. Back home for just a minute I thought, did all that really happen or was it just a beautiful dream

TOMA & COE took care of everything which means I’m free to focus 100% of my energy on walking… letting go… and being present. The sights were breathtaking. The food was amazing. The hotels were perfect. The guides were angels. And the strangers I walked with will be lifelong friends. I’m a changed person and I can’t wait to go back and walk with TOMA & COE next year!

Destination Guides

Cordoba – the magical UNESCO heritage city
Malaga – where the Camino Mozárabe and your adventure begins
Our Camino guide is coming soon

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