Camino de Santiago
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Camino de Santiago Biking Private
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Spain by Bike

An Ancient Pilgrimage by Bike

The ancient pilgrimage route along the Camino de Santiago is a quintessential example of how cycling provides a great way to slow down to see the world. We only take in a portion of this route, the full version of which stretches its way all over Europe. Our portion features many challenging up-hill sections, which will make its flatter sections all the more rewarding. Along the way, we’ll view some of the pilgrimage’s most noted sites, including the Puerta del Perdón, the Cruz de Ferro (Iron Cross), a Benedictine monastery in Samos, and the Catedral de Santiago. The best thing about this trip is we bike from start to finish with no driving by car or van, meaning you truly bike from León to Santiago.

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Trip Details



We use premium hotels that are unique expressions of the region. Often they’ve had a previous life as a monastery or a castle, but in every case they offer an exceptionally comfortable stay.


These are stylish 4-star properties that offer a casual and comfortable stay. Often without a 24-hour concierge or room service, they tend to be smaller family-run hotels that are perfect for the region.



“I can’t say I really ‘work out,’ but I’m in good shape and am relatively active.”


“I enjoy a good walk or ride, and feel comfortable while on the move.”


“I get moving at least once a week, and don’t mind a little sweat.”


“I get moving a few times per week and enjoy some exertion.”


“I want to feel invigorated each day and going hard is how I like to do that.”

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The right number of like-minded travellers to make new friends.


Your dates. Your group. Our expertly-designed itinerary.


Tailored to your interests, a bespoke travel experience.

Daytime Guided


Combines the hallmarks of any B&R itinerary (excellent hotels and beautiful routes) with the freedom of pacing each day exactly the way you like.

Daytime Guided

Throughout the day, a knowledgeable local guide provides insider access and expert tips. At night, you can explore and dine on your own.

24/7 Guided

Our B&R guides are with you throughout, anticipating needs, translating languages, providing advice and—above all—facilitating fun.

León to Santiago de Compostela
8 Days / 7 Nights

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Day by Day



Parador San Marcos, León

Once a 16thC monastery built to shelter pilgrims, this parador is one of Spain’s most acclaimed hotels. Located near León’s old town on the banks of the Bernesga River, the property boasts a magnificent cloister, sumptuous antique-filled rooms, gorgeous gardens, a lovely music room and an equally impressive buffet breakfast that fuels us for our first day on the trail! View hotel website »

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Casa de Tepa

This exceptional civil building was the Earl of Tepa’s usual residence until its last renovation. The Earl ordered the construction of this building at the end of the 18th century –as inscribed on the main door’s lintel. Right here there was the Convent and the Pilgrims Hospital of Santiago, the most important out of the 17 hospitals that happened to be in the city at that time.View hotel website »

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Palacio Canedo

This 14-room guesthouse is a breath of fresh air just off the Camino. The onsite winery and canning facilities are well worth the visit. Each rooms is uniquely decorated and themed making for a cozy stay amongst pilgrims and travelers alike. View hotel website »

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Parador Monforte de Lemos

The historic site of San Vicente do Pino is located in the uppermost part of the town of Monforte de Lemos. It is made up of the keep, San Vicente do Pino Monastery and the palace of the counts of Lemos, which houses the Parador de Monforte. The monastery dates back to the 9th century, although the current structure was built in the 17th century in the neoclassical style. View hotel website »

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Pazo Santa Maria, Arzua

The oak and chestnut wood ceilings and stonewalls hold a history descending from two prominent lineages in this corner of Spain. The sweeping views over the Galician countryside are a great way to unwind after a long day of biking. The Pazo has 16 lovely bedrooms divided between the main house and individual cottages surrounding the main building. View hotel website »

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Parador de Santiago de Compostela

The Hostal dos Reis Católicos, a former 16thC hospice founded by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, provides a well deserved five-star finish to our journey. Next to the cathedral, the property once served as a hospital for pilgrims visiting the tomb of St. James, and is now considered one of the finest hotels in Europe. Our rooms are palatial, featuring handsome antiques, ornate canopied beds and remarkably sumptuous bathrooms. View hotel website »

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Activity Level


Daily biking distances usually vary from 70 to 80 km (45 to 50 mi.) a day with options on some days as far as 100 km (62 mi.). The terrain starts off relatively flat and progressively gets steeper as we pass into Galicia. The difficulty of the ride often depends on the length of the climb.


The Bikes

You can't enjoy a great biking trip without a really great bike. On this trip you'll be riding customized Cannondales; there are three models to choose from to ensure you'll have the perfect bike. We also equip you with handlebar bag, helmet and water bottle.

What's Included

  • All accommodation
  • Meals as indicated
  • Use of a customized specialized bicycle and helmet
  • Services of local B&R support van
  • Detailed maps, route suggestions and water bottle
  • All transportation and all baggage handling
  • Services of a local guides

At Your Service

We take pride in choosing guides who are not only exceptional travelling companions, but who’ll go far beyond the call of duty to ensure an unforgettable experience.

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“You asked what stood out; the list is too long to mention all and is truly most everything. Thank you for your hard work and attention to the little things”

— Doug & Mimi Traina

Camino de Santiago Biking Private


Notes from the Road

What is the Camino de Santiago?

Find out why, for centuries now, thousands of people have flocked to Spain each year seeking redemption, forgiveness and charity—in this life and the next.
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In Deep: Castilla and León, Spain

Today the largest autonomous community in Spain, Castilla and Léon combines two ancient kingdoms with centuries of history.
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In Deep: La Rioja

Famous for its wine, architecture, language and culture(s), La Rioja is easily one of Spain's most fascinating – to say nothing of breathtaking – regions.
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