Pilgrims of all routes will receive their Compostela upon arriving in Santiago de Compestela.


The French Way (153km)

The French Way Chorus will walk the classic Camino route, beginning in O Cebreiro. The Artistic Guide for the French Way is Laurelin Moeller.

The Portuguese Way (125km)

The Portuguese Way Chorus begins their walk in Rubiaes and hugs the coast of Portugal. The Artistic Guide for the Portuguese Way is Arlie Langager.


The English Way (119km)

The English Way Chorus will begin in Ferrol and trace the route taken by pilgrims from the British Isles. The Artistic Guide for the English Way is Morgan Kramer.

Sanabres Way (170km)

A more secluded and demanding walk, the Sanabres Way Chorus will begin in Laza. The Artistic Guide for the Sanabres Way is John Wiles.


People need wild places.  Whether or not we think we do, we do.  We need to be able to taste grace and know again that we desire it.  We need to experience a landscape that is timeless, whose agenda moves at the pace of speciation and glaciers.  To be surrounded by a singing, mating, howling commotion of other species, all of which love their lives as much as we do ours, and none of which could possibly care less about us in our place.  It reminds us that our plans are small and somewhat absurd.        BARBARA KINGSOLVER, Small Wonder