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The complete French Way, is the most demanded route of the Camino de Santiago, and also, it is the perfect option for those who love to travel by bicycle. This bicycle route takes half the time of the route on foot.
  • This option is becoming increasingly important. In fact, around 22,000 pilgrims obtained the Camino certificate by bike in 2017.
  • When traveling the Camino de Santiago by bicycle, you must bear in mind that, unlike the Camino on foot, which would be 100 km, you must cycle at least 200 km from any of the Jacobean routes. Some choose to start in Ponferrada and finish in Santiago, others opt for the complete French term, from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela.
  • Our cycling itinerary begins in Roncesvalles because the stage that is usually done on the Camino on foot from St-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Roncesvalles is not possible by bicycle.
  • Another option of importance chosen by many pilgrims is to walk the stages between St-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Burgos, go by bicycle from Burgos to León (the plateau), and continue with the walk on foot from León to Santiago de Chile. Compostela.
  • All our bike tours have included hull rental, saddlebags and of course bicycle. In case you want your own bike, there is no problem at all.
  • This tour is recommended for pilgrims who have previous experience with bicycles.
  • In addition, a minimum level of bicycle maintenance knowledge will be required, in case there is any problem or eventuality in the Camino.
  • It involves basic knowledge such as changing a punctured tire and essential repairs.
  • If you want to make this Way, we are responsible for making things easier for you, so you only have to focus on riding a bicycle and enjoy!


  • Bicycle (additional cost)
  • Mysticism, shamanism (incluided)

Departure place

  • Roncesvalles

Guide's language

  • Spanish
  • English
  • Itinerary

    Day 1
    Arrival in Roncesvalles
    • This modality of the French Way begins in Roncesvalles, since the stage St-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Roncesvalles can not be done by bicycle.

    Day 2
    Roncesvalles - Pamplona (42 km)
    • The Camino runs through wooded areas, and crosses medieval bridges such as the Los Bandidos bridge.
    • Also in this stage we will pass, populations like Zubiri.
    • This stage ends in Pamplona, a city well known throughout the world for the bulls and especially for the fiesta of San Fermín.

    Day 3
    Pamplona - Estella (42 km)
    • This stage has a demanding climb to the Alto del Perdón, where in the past there was a hospital for pilgrims from which, at present, a few stones are preserved. The views are worthwhile and the surroundings are full of flowers.
    • On the descent we find the Puente de la Reina, which was built so that the pilgrims could cross the river Arga.

    Day 4
    Estella - Logroño (46 km)
    • Relaxed and calm stage.
    • If you need energy, in the stage there is a source of wine to gather strength.

    Day 5
    Logroño - Santo Domingo de la Calzada (47 km)
    • It is a stage full of churches and monuments to see and visit. We recommend that you do not go without taking a picture of the pilgrim with the hen in Santo Domingo de la Calzada.
    • The saying goes: Santo Domingo de la Calzada, where the hen sang after roasting.

    Day 6
    Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Burgos (68 km)
    • It is the longest stage of all that are going to be done. If you wish, there is the possibility of dividing it in two.
    • If on your arrival in Burgos, you find yourself with energy, we recommend that you visit its cathedral.

    Day 7
    Burgos - Frómista (61 km)
    • The route is quite light at this stage. We recommend visiting the ruins of the Convent of San Antón.

    Day 8
    Frómista - Sahagún (58 km)
    • This stage passes through the Castilian plateau, giving you spectacular views of the farmland.

    Day 9
    Sahagún - León (53 km)
    • The road runs through the Castilian plateau and its views of farmland.
    • At the end of the stage we reach the city of León, which has a well-preserved historic center and a majestic cathedral, which we recommend visiting.
    • León is a historic enclave on the pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostela.

    Day 10
    León - Astorga (52 km)
    • On the way, the Cruz de Santo Toribio awaits you. All the pilgrims have a picture with her.
    • The stage concludes in Astorga, where it is recommended to visit its Cathedral and the Gaudí Palace.

    Day 11
    Astorga - Ponferrada (51 km)
    • On this day a strong climb to the Cruz do Ferro awaits you, where it is tradition to take a stone with your back to it and throw it asking for a wish.
    • The strong rise will be compensated with a few kilometers of descent.
    • It is recommended to stop and visit Molinaseca.
    • The stage concludes upon reaching Ponferrada, 200 km from the end of the Camino.

    Day 12
    Ponferrada - O Cebreiro (51 km)
    • You leave behind Ponferrada, to cross the Bierzo and get into Galician territory.
    • The stage ends with a climb up to O Cebreiro, a town that pilgrims often love.
    • You can also enjoy the spectacular views of the mountains of Lugo and León.

    Day 13
    O Cebreiro - Sarria (42 km)
    • The stage passes through small towns and the green characteristic of Galician rural.
    • The stage ends in Sarria, where you will see that the number of pilgrims is greater, given that the French Way is a very demanded Path and in Sarria the last 100 km begin, minimum distance to obtain the Compostela for those pilgrims who make the crossing on foot .

    Day 14
    Sarria - Melide (61 km)
    • This stage passes through the rural Galician.
    • We recommend stopping to see and visit the town of Portomarín, with its reservoir and its Romanesque church as highlights.

    Day 15
    Melide - Santiago de Compostela (50 km)
    • Last 50 kilometers of Camino.
    • We recommend stopping and visiting Arzúa, a town known and famous for its cheese.
    • The stage culminates in Santiago de Compostela, where you should not forget to collect the Compostela in the Pilgrim's Office, as well as visit its majestic Cathedral and its old area.

    Day 16
    Check out Santiago
    • Check out Santiago.
    • You have reached the End of the Way!


    • 15 nights accommodation
    • Bike rental
    • Half board (breakfast and dinner)
    • Transfer of luggage between stage and stage
    • 24 hour support phone
    • Pilgrim's credential
    • Route notes

    Not Include

    • Does not include services not expressly mentioned in the previous section.


    1. All our bike tours include hull rental, saddlebags and of course bicycle. In case you want your own bike, there is no problem at all.
    2. This tour is recommended for pilgrims who have previous experience with bicycles.
    3. In addition, a minimum level of knowledge of bicycle maintenance will be required, in case there is any problem or eventuality on the Road.
    4. It involves basic knowledge such as changing a flat tire and essential repairs.
    5. If you want to make this Way, we take care of making things easier for you, so you only have to focus on cycling and enjoy!
    6. Price per person in double / triple room: € 1995
    7. Price per person in single room: € 2325


    Hostal 3 star Alojamiento privado


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