You find me on a wet and windy street in Santiago de Compostela last month, September 2015 with my wife Angela and elder daughter Shayne. Shayne and I had just finished the Via de la Plata, a 1000km walk and ride pilgrims’ route from Sevilla to Santiago. We started it together back in May 2011 so it's taken us four years and a lot of planning and coordination to get us there. I can now say I know the east side of Spain really wel! It was a fantastic father and daughter experience. I can really recommend it.
Most pilgrims do the Camino Francés, made famous in the film ‘The Way.’ That’s just over 900kms across the top of Spain, starting in Saint Jean Pied de Port just over the Pyrenees in France and finishing in Santiago de Compostela. I’ve done that as well.
It might seem strange but from experience I've found that sometimes the hardest part of a trek is getting to the start line and that’s why I’m always pleased to help Gomarbella pilgrims to get from Pamplona bus station in Spain to Saint Jean Pied de Port to start their Camino. Come on, what are you waiting for? You'll find expert travel advice right here on these pages.
For any online bus reservations on the major routes in Portugal, Spain and France, check in on the Gomarbella online busreservations page.