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Santiago pilgrimage by boat

Do the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage on a sailboat
9 reviews
Santiago pilgrimage on the coast
Experience the Santiago pilgrimage from the sea aboard a sailboat. As a pilgrim on the high seas, you can navigate through the Bay of Biscay in a different way, traveling the stages of the Camino until you reach the mythical Santiago de Compostela.
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Vigo, Pontevedra
From 25 May to 29 May
25 May
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 850€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 1 Jun to 5 Jun
1 Jun
5 days
6 More information Reserve for 675€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 15 Jun to 19 Jun
15 Jun
5 days
4 More information Reserve for 675€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 15 Jun to 19 Jun
15 Jun
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 850€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 20 Jul to 24 Jul
20 Jul
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 1,020€
Santander, Cantabria
From 23 Aug to 31 Aug
23 Aug
9 days
0 More information No availability
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 24 Aug to 28 Aug
24 Aug
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 1,020€
Santander, Cantabria
From 3 Sep to 11 Sep
3 Sep
9 days
0 More information No availability
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 7 Sep to 11 Sep
7 Sep
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 850€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 21 Sep to 25 Sep
21 Sep
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 850€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 12 Oct to 16 Oct
12 Oct
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 850€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 26 Oct to 30 Oct
26 Oct
5 days
8 More information Reserve for 850€
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Juan Ignacio September of 2021
Perfect in everything, professionalism and attention to all our needs.
Very good your suggestions
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The proposal is phenomenal: coastal navigation through the Cantabrian Sea and walking a stretch of the Camino de Santiago that is as beautiful as it is rarely traveled. The reality is even better. Jesús is an excellent sailor who cares about teaching those who are interested and making the journey pleasant to less nautical passengers. Great person, kind and loving. The boat is a good sailboat in an excellent state of maintenance, comfortable and perfect for demanding seas. In short, I would embark tomorrow again.
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Elena Luisa September of 2021
An unforgettable trip I recommend this great experience
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The boat is fantastic and very well cared for. Nice and competent crew. The road is an incredible challenge to overcome. Only Eolo failed us, he was lazy and surprised us with a Cantabrico in calm chicha like never before. I will have to return to meet him in his natural state and his owner. ;-)
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An unforgettable experience, Jesus is a great professional.
Perfect for people with little experience of the sea.
Highly recommended!
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A beautiful experience that combines sailing and Camino
The crew: Jesús, Marta and Rodrgo of 10
And also a good group of very nice people was created despite not knowing each other.
Thank you all !!!
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  • Did you know that the Camino de Santiago by boat is consolidated as a pilgrim route?

    A new Jacobean itinerary “Sail the way” has been created through several Cantabrian marinas, all of them members of the North Marinas association, given that it has the approval of the Archbishop of Santiago. The reason is to emulate the trip of the Saint, whose remains, according to tradition, arrived from Palestine sailing to Iria Flavia.
  • Have you ever wondered which is the most original way of Santiago?

    The idea of doing the Camino de Santiago under sail awakens the adventurous spirit of young and old crew members. If you like to sail and want to do the Camino de Santiago this is the perfect possibility for you.
  • How to make the Camino de Santiago along the Coast?

    The stages of this tour from East to West organized by the Northmarinas network are Hondarribia - Bermeo - Santander - Gijón - Viveiro - Cedeira and A Coruña. The last stage, between Monte do Gozo and Santiago de Compostela, is done on foot to walk as a good pilgrim. To obtain the Compostela, official diploma issued by the Cathedral of Santiago that certifies the completion of the pilgrimage, it is necessary to complete at least 100 nautical miles and make a minimum of 10 kilometers on foot.

    For those lovers of the sea and sailing, it is very good news as it can open the possibilities of making the road by boat, being able to feel the pleasure of sailing with a wonderful tour full of points of interest.

    What do you think about this possibility of doing the Camino de Santiago Santiago by boat?
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