The Camino de Santiago from Burgos departs from the Gothic capital of Spain and ends in the interesting Mudéjar town of Sahagún. The tour takes place along the Castilian plateau, characterized by its immense plains, making it an ideal route for all those who do not want to cross great slopes.
On the stages that separate the city of Burgos from Sahagún, the almost infinite straights and the huge expanses of cereal crops make up ochre landscapes that seem to be have taken from the world of dreams. Surrounded by this environment, you can visit three provinces of Castilla: Burgos, Palencia and León.
El Camino from Burgos is an exciting route in which, in addition to enjoying nature, you can visit picturesque agricultural villages. Throughout the tour, numerous buildings and monuments of various styles (Gothic, Romanesque, Mudéjar, etc.) will come across your path.
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Burgos has a rich architecture, both civil and religious, and a very well-known tapas culture, so it is an ideal place to take part in some gastronomic tourism. If you want to discover the city in depth, before starting the route, we recommend that you add an extra night in Burgos. Please contact us for more information.
Accommodation: Overnight in Burgos.
Today you will cross various rivers and streams. During the tour, you can visit villages such as Tardajos, where we recommend taking refuge in the shadow of the Church of the Asunción de Nuestra Señora, or Rabé de las Calzadas, in which the tower of an old palace welcomes all pilgrims.
Distance: 21 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Hornillos del Camino.
The short distance on this stage will leave you time to enjoy the beautiful streets of Castrojeriz and its traditional stone houses. We recommend that you visit the Collegiate Church of Santa María del Manzano.
Distance: 20 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Castrojeriz.
Itero de la Vega and Boadilla del Camino will be the first two villages in Palencia that you can visit. The day concludes in Frómista, a beautiful Romanesque village, in which we advise you to visit the Church of San Martín de Tours.
Distance: 23 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Frómista.
The route ends in Carrión de los Condes, a town with a rich historical heritage. Many say it is the most beautiful pilgrim village on the Camino Frances since leaving Burgos. We recommend you to visit the Monasterio Real de San Zoilo, declared as a building of Cultural Interest, and the Casa de los Girón, an impressive building from the 18th century.
Distance: 19 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Carrión de los Condes.
The remains of Benevívere Abbey will be left in your wake shortly after leaving Carrión de los Condes, we advise you to visit them. The day ends in the quiet town of Calzadilla de la Cueza, where we invite you to investigate the legend of the hen with the golden egg that circulates among the locals
Distance: 17 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Calzadilla de la Cueza.
Following the trails over the lands of León, you will reach the stone bridge that crosses the River Valderabuey, where you can choose between two paths to reach Sahagún. We advise you to take the road that crosses the national road, as you can enjoy walking through a wooded environment and visiting the Virgen de la Puente Chapel.
Distance: 22 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Sahagún.
In the village, you will find many attractions. We recommend you to visit the Church of San Tirso and San Lorenzo, where the Mudéjar style is interspersed with Romanesque and Gothic.
If you want to extend your trip, you can add an additional night in Sahagún or include the tour stages on the stretch that joins Sahagún and León. Please contact us for more information.
Accommodation: Overnight in Sahagún.
Selection of hotels and cottages
Our partner travel agencies only works with accommodation that have private bathrooms and that guarantee maximum comfort and convenience to those pilgrims who book with us.
Since reservations are subject to availability, the name of the hotels and cottages you will stay in will be provided to you 1 month before you start your pilgrimage.
Booking single rooms
You can book your stay on the Camino de Santiago by staying in single rooms, which also include a private bathroom. Single rooms are subject to an additional charge for the selected route.
Accommodation in single rooms is subject to availability in hotels and cottages as it is a highly sought-after service. Reservations must be made in advance.
Commitment to quality
To ensure the quality standards of the accommodation with which we collaborate, our partner travel agencies teams travels to each of them to check that their facilities and services, as well as the quality of their attention, are excellent. Only in this way, can we guarantee you the best rest and an unforgettable stay while you are on the Camino de Santiago.
In addition, if due to the low capacity of some of the hotels or cottages with which we collaborate, there is no availability, we guarantee that they will offer you other accommodation of the same range or even of superior quality.
All hotels and cottages have been selected with the utmost care, to guarantee your rest and comfort on all stages of the Camino de Santiago
- Staying in hotels and cottages.
- Accommodation with a private bathroom in your room.
- Detailed itinerary of the reserved route.
- Selected meal plan.
- Baggage transfer between stages.
- Personal assistance 24/7, by phone, throughout the trip.
- Emergency assistance car available
- Information dossier for the Camino de Santiago from Sahagun.
- Taxes included.
- Booking of single rooms at an additional cost.
- Picnics to go (includes sandwich, drink and dessert).
- Additional nights (breakfast included).
- Transfers according to your needs.
- Assistance insurance during the tour.
- Travel cancellation insurance.