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At the Camino, you will share good conversations with your kids, amazing adventures, family stories and great moments. Moments are the biggest things that kids and parents will bring back home from the Camino. They will be with you forever.

Things to do with children along the Camino:

  • Searching for the yellow arrows and the pilgrim shell signs in order to follow the correct Camino.RP8

  • Asking for the pilgrim stamps in al the bars, churchs, monasteries… as much as they can. You kid’s passport will be full of proves of their pilgrim experience.


  • Greet all pilgrims with “Buen Camino”.086

  • Singing while you arrive at the Plaza del Obradoiro, where the Cathedral is located. After days of walking you arrive to the end with all your family.

  • At the end of the adventure: take a bus and go Finisterre to throw your walking sticks and boots where the world ends.


  • f_155gAdd your stone of sorrow to a pile along the Camino. Originally, people would pile up rocks to mark the way for those following. Now, it is said that you can put your sorrow in one of these stones and by leaving them behind, you’ll be able to let it go.


  • Once you’re inside the Cathedral, join the queue to hug the statue of Saint James the Great, right behind the altar. Straight after that, visit the shrine of the Apostle in the crypt and knee before it.



Young or Old, the Camino is there to welcome you.  Where there is a will, there is a way. Just walk and chat, open your eyes, take pictures… enjoy the family trip. We will help you to organize the Camino, starting and ending anywhere.  From St. Jean to Santiago, to Fisterre or Muxia, the Camino is there for the challenge . It will be a customize itinerary keeping in mind the km amount, your preferences, the fitness shape and all the unique spots that you cannot miss along the way. We can arrange special stops that it will be great area to explore and discovered. We love Samos, Leon, Sarria o Ponferrada, great places to have some extra time to rest.


Castle of Ponferrada. 196 km before Santiago de Compostela