The Camino de Santiago from Logroño to Burgos is a simple route that allows you to discover, on foot, part of La Rioja, one of the most important Spanish wine regions, and cross the Sierra de Atapuerca.
In addition, this stretch of the Camino Frances will allow you to enjoy spectacular monasteries, such as Yuso and Suso, and villages with great pilgrim tradition, such as Santa Domingo de la Calzada, where you can discover the legend of the rooster and the hen and visit the only church that houses animals inside.
The tour ends in Burgos, the Gothic capital of Spain. In this city, you will find a lively atmosphere and many sights, such as the Cathedral of Burgos, considered the most beautiful in the country.
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The city also has a beautiful old town, where it is worth wandering about. The most famous street to go out for trying tapas and wines is Calle Laurel, although there are also other traditional ones such as San Juan or Mercado.
Logroño, capital of La Rioja, also houses numerous wineries open to the public, such as Campo Viejo, Marqués de Vargas or Marqués de Murrieta, but to visit them, you will need to have more than a day in the city. Ask us if you want to add an extra night to your trip.
Accommodation: Overnight in Logroño.
Away from the urban centre of Logroño, and over a landscape full of vineyards, you will reach the pottery town of Navarrete. We advise you to take the opportunity to visit the La Ascensión Church, in a Baroque style.
From there, and not without first finding a detour that will offer you the opportunity to visit the village of Ventosa, you will reach Nájera. There you can relax for the rest of the afternoon, enjoying an excellent panoramic view over the region.
Distance: 23 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Nájera.
Today, you will advance over rural roads, which will take you to the small villages of Azofra and Cirueña. Among them you will find a detour that will allow you to follow the traditional path or deviate to visit the monasteries of Suso and Yuso, declared a World Heritage Site.
Whichever route you take, the stage ends in Santo Domingo de la Calzada. One of the most famous villages on the Camino de Santiago for being the scene of the legend of the rooster and the hen. We encourage you to visit the local church, where you will find a rooster and a hen that honour this legend; and which the inhabitants of the village say usually sing at all masses.
Distance: 21 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Santo Domingo de la Calzada.
The stage ends in Belorado, with the Oca mountain range, as a backdrop. The rest of the day can be dedicated to visiting the town, with its charismatic square, or approach the archaeological sites of Puras de Villafranca, declared as Cultural Interest.
Distance: 24 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Belorado.
Then, the route enters the Montes de Oca, dominated by oaks and pines. San Juan de Ortega, where the stage ends, will emerge at some point along the route, without you being able to see the village in the distance.
Distance: 24,5 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in San Juan de Ortega.
The beautiful city of Burgos, where the tour concludes, will appear before your eyes in the distance. On the traditional path or by the detour that you will find in the village of Castañares, which runs along the banks of the River Arlanzón, you will reach the Gothic capital of Spain.
Distance: 16 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Burgos.
Another highly recommended plan is to wander through its historic centre and discover the tapas culture that prevails in the city.
If you want to enjoy an extra day in the city of Burgos or add some of the stages on the stretch that links Burgos with Sahagún, do not hesitate to contact us.
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 Logroño.
- 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.