No doubt that the Camino de Santiago is one of the biggest cultural tours in both Europe and the world. For hundreds of years pilgrims go along the road making it the oldest, celebrated and popular. An option to enjoy the best of his landscapes at the same time to learn is to do the Camino de Santiago by bike.
To travel the path of the apostle is not necessary to have religious beliefs. Its appeal transcends the Christian faith and so deeply in stunning natural landscapes and valuable historic architecture and in its cultural dimension.
El Camino de Santiago across northern Spain. Begins in the Pyrenees, where the beauty of the landscape is indescribable, and offers wonderful views in the regions of Navarra, Castilla y Leon and Galicia. Some amazing monuments surprised eyes of travellers, such as old hospitals for pilgrims in Leon and Santiago de Compostela.
Do the Camino de Santiago by bike is a challenge and requires moderate physical training. You also have the opportunity to do so on your own or with a group. If you want to go on your own, Camino de Santiago has a very useful box where you can get information on the sections, distances, times and speed required. The ideal is to move an average of 50 km per day and consider in advance where to stop to rest.
If you want to do a tour, Bravo Bike tours are offered 7 nights with stops at inns and hotels with high standards of comfort. The fee is € 1875 and includes accommodation, transfers, meals, meats, water and phone.
El Camino de Santiago by bike is an experience I will never forget.