Travel Department

If you’re looking for a unique and thrilling adventure, look no further than TD Active Holidays. This Irish-owned Travel department offers small group tours that are designed for exploration. Whether you’re interested in walking tours through Europe’s most beautiful trails, yoga and photography tours, or cultural immersions, there’s something for everyone at TD Active Holidays. You’ll be accompanied by knowledgeable local guides and top-notch instructors who are passionate about sharing their love for adventure and discovery. And most importantly, you’ll get to experience these exciting activities with like-minded people who share your passion for exploration. Don’t wait, book your next adventure with TD Active Holidays today!

Camino Walking Tours

Join them on a guided walking holiday along the Camino de Santiago and experience the world’s most famous pilgrim route. Discover the best Camino routes with us, whether you’re looking for a physical challenge, a spiritual awakening, a chance to meet new people, or a taste of the world-famous pilgrimage. There are several ways to reach the Camino de Santiago from all around Europe, but the most common ways are from France, Portugal, and various regions of Spain. After the 10th century, the French Way became the primary route to Santiago, and towns and villages sprung up along the way to accommodate the pilgrims.

All three of their Camino de Santiago vacations are unique and spectacular in their own right. Two of them travel along the French Way, while the third follows the Portuguese Coastal Way. The Camino is more than just a religious journey, thus many non-believers also choose to make the journey. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime walking experience, a peaceful opportunity to connect with nature. They provide a variety of skill- and fitness-level-appropriate guided walking vacations to the Camino de Santiago. Accommodation, ground transfers, and experienced local guide walking tours are all included in your choice of Camino walking vacation. Their Irish departures include round-trip flights, while their UK and international customers can choose to fly independently and meet them at the starting point of their Camino journey.

Camino de Santiago Tour Features

  • Visit the Guggenheim Museum and take a stroll in Bilbao.
  • The Camino de Santiago takes you through stunning natural scenery, ancient villages, and wooded areas.
  • On a guided tour of a Rioja winery, you can try some of the region’s renowned red wine.
  • Take the most well-known pilgrimage route with folks who share your beliefs.
  • Along the Camino de Santiago, you may see historic churches, picturesque towns, and traditional tapas bars.

Top Camino de Santiago Sights

The Portuguese Way

The Portuguese Way of the Camino de Santiago is a breathtaking experience that immerses you in the stunning landscape of the northwest coast of Spain. Beginning in the charming town of Baiona, you will embark on a three-day journey that will take you through the natural beauty of Galicia’s rugged coastline and sandy beaches. As you walk inland, the terrain changes, and you’ll find yourself strolling through verdant woodlands and quaint villages. Whether you are seeking a spiritual quest or simply a serene getaway, the Portuguese Way is sure to leave an indelible stamp on your heart and soul.

Rioja Region

The Rioja region is a haven for wine enthusiasts and offers an unforgettable experience for visitors to the area. As part of their Footsteps of the Camino holiday, a visit to the vineyards is an absolute must for wine lovers. Whether it’s sampling one of the many varieties on offer or simply strolling through the picturesque countryside, the Rioja region is the perfect place to unwind and immerse yourself in Spanish culture. With its tranquil setting and stunning scenery, it’s no wonder that the Rioja region is such a popular destination for those looking to get away from it all.

The French Way

Walking the Camino de Santiago is a journey that captures the essence of the French way. Beginning in Sarria, the 100km walk to Santiago de Compostela is a beautiful trek that offers a mix of breathtaking scenery and historic landmarks. As you make your way through woodlands, farmland, and picturesque hamlets, you’ll be surrounded by the rolling countryside and granite stone walls that make this part of Spain such a unique destination. Whether you’re seeking a spiritual experience, some time to reflect, or simply a chance to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the French way of the Camino de Santiago is an ideal adventure to embark on.

Bay Of Vigo

As you begin your journey along The Portuguese Way, the coastal section will be a highlight filled with breathtaking views. One of the most striking sights will be the Bay of Vigo, a stunning body of water steeped in history. The famous novelist Jules Verne once used this bay as one of the settings in his classic tale Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea. A battle was also fought here in 1702 between Anglo-Dutch and Franco-Spanish forces, known as the Battle of Vigo Bay. With so much history and beauty to behold, the Bay of Vigo is truly a hidden gem along your journey.


Our Footsteps of the Camino tour requires participants to be in decent physical shape and accustomed to long periods of walking. Over the course of four days, you can expect to walk a total of 18 kilometres (7.6 miles). It is recommended that participants on the Last 100KM and The Portuguese Coastal Way Camino trips be in good physical shape and enjoy brisk walking. You should be comfortable hiking up and down hills. The typical walking day lasts between 5 and 7 hours and covers between 14 and 28 kilometres.

A daypack is all you need, actually. The coach is large enough to accommodate everyone’s luggage.

While anybody can purchase a Pilgrim Passport and collect stamps along the way as a keepsake, only those who walk more than 100 kilometres (km) or cycle more than 200 kilometres (km) are eligible to get an official Camino de Santiago certificate. You can receive the official Compostela Certificate at the Pilgrim’s office in Santiago de Compostela, which verifies your pilgrimage and passport stamps.

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