To understand the Camino de Santiago we must look back to the year 813. The body of Santiago El Mayor, one of the twelve apostles, is found on Mount Libredón (our current Santiago de Compostela). After this discovery, people from all over the world decide to walk to Compostela as a pilgrimage in exchange for the forgiveness of their sins. Each pilgrim came from their countries of origin, and that is why the different Ways of Santiago arise (French Way, Primitive Way, Northern Way, English Way, Portuguese Way, Vía de la Plata …)


In 2021, the 120th Compostela Jubilee Holy Year or Xacobeo Holy Year will be celebrated, which are those on which July 25 (the feast of St. James the Apostle) falls on a Sunday. The last Holy Year was in 2010 and the next one will be celebrated in 2032 so don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit Santiago on such special dates!

Walkin and Eatin Galicia knows the secrets of the Camino de Santiago perfectly. That is why we are also guides of the Camino, passionate about the stories that make up each stage and delighted to be able to share them with you.

With extensive experience walking with groups, both in Spanish and English. Our offer consists of a tourist pack during the Camino: tourist guide service that accompanies the group at all times, accommodation, meals from the Galician gastronomy, transfer of suitcases at each stage, travel insurance …

Just worry about walking and let us organize your Camino!