10 Days / 9 Nights


75 km / 47 mi



Start / End

Santander - Garabandal - Santo Toribio

Walk the Cantabrian route and behold
the magnificent Picos de Europa

The Camino Lebaniego is originally a pilgrimage route originating in the 7th century to venerate the cross of Lignum Crucis. Also known as the Vera Cruz or True Cross, it is said to contain the largest remaining piece of the original cross of Christ. On this journey we will explore the beautiful region of Cantabria, as we make our way to the Monastery of Santo Toribio in Liébana walking along the Cantabrian coast, traversing through ancient forests and walking in Picos de Europa, a national park known for its beauty.

"I did it in 2006, which was a holy year, and was deeply impressed with the beauty of Cantabria. Walking so close to the majestic Picos de Europa mountain range was really exciting, I felt very privileged. Liébana is one of the most captivating counties in Spain, a true paradise for nature lovers, from the sea to the mountains.
For me, it was a spectacular and unforgettable journey. From the first day, I already knew I wanted to do it again, for this reason, I am very happy to offer our Pilgrims the opportunity to live this experience because Cantabria is truly infinite!" - Marly

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Our Love is in the Details

Private Support Vehicle

Experience comfort with our dedicated Camino support vehicle. Our equipped van is stocked with essentials like first aid, snacks, and water. It's your safety net for unexpected situations or when you need a break. Whether you're tired, want to switch shoes, or simply take a pause, our vehicle is at your service.

Our Guides like Family

Meet our exceptional Camino guides—knowledgeable and fellow pilgrims! Your guide is your Camino companion, bringing laughter, stories, and encouragement. They're here to heal blisters, offer advice, and help you discover the Camino in your own way.

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We've got your back... and your feet! All of our tours include travel insurance, which will be very useful in case you have an emergency during your Camino. Rest easy with included travel insurance for Camino emergencies.

Incomparable Pilgrim's Kit

Embark prepared with our packing list and our Pilgrim’s Kit (Click here to view). This kit features essentials: Your Pilgrim's Passport, the iconic shell, a Marly Camino program with reflections, a waterproof Route Map, pouch, notebook, snacks, and more! Your Camino journey starts here.

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Our Camino Lebaniego Includes:

  • Private Support Vehicle
  • English-speaking guide assistance
  • All transfers
  • All breakfasts, drinks and snacks
  • Carefully selected en-suite accommodation
  • Informational program and route map
  • Travel insurance for the entire tour
  • Pilgrims' Kit: small backpack filled with things that will come in handy on your Camino
  • Photos of your Camino
  • All dinners
  • Visit in Santander
  • Pilgrimage to San Sebastian de Garabandal
  • Vist in Santillana del Mar
  • Visit in Potes with Orujo tasting
  • Visit in the Caves of "El Soplao"
  • Visit to the Monastery of Santo Toribio
  • Visit to the top of the Picos de Europa national park by cable car
  • Value Added Tax (VAT)
  • The Marly Touch 😃

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Day 1

Meet in Santander
Light city walking

We will meet at 3:00 pm at the lobby of our hotel in Santander before starting a wonderful guided visit in the city. In the evening we will enjoy a delicious welcome dinner.

Night in Santander

Day 2

Pilgrimage to Garabandal
Light walking

San Sebastián de Garabandal is a village located in the mountains of Cantabria in northeastern Spain.
It’s very famous because between 1961 and 1965 the Holy Virgin Mary appeared approximately three thousand times before four young girls. We will do the short Pilgrimage to visit the Parish and the site of the Holy apparitions.
In the afternoon we will go to Santillana del Mar where we will enjoy a guided visit.

Night in Santillana del Mar.

Day 3

Comillas - San Vicente de la Barquera
12.8 km / 7.8 mi

We will begin our journey setting off from the town of Comillas making our way through forest paths and quaint villages. The journey will take us along the coast all the way to the town of San Vicente de la Barquera, where we can visit the town's historical quarter known as "Puebla Alta". It has its origins in the medieval era and holds important monuments like the gothic church of "Santa María de los Ángeles".

Night in Pechón

Day 4

San Vicente de la Barquera - Puente del Arrudo
16.5 km / 10.2 mi

We will depart the coastal region as we venture inland following the Nansa river through beautiful forest paths before arriving in Puente del Arrudo, end point of our stage.

Night in Herrerías

Day 5

Puente del Arrudo - Sobrelapeña
8 km / 5 mi

Today we will continue our journey from where we ended yesterday following the Nansa river and passing through picturesque villages like Cades and Bielva. We will then leave the Nansa river behind and start following the Lamason O Tanea river as we make our way to the village of Sobrelapeña, our end point for the day. Later that afternoon we will have a visit in the magnificent Caves of "El Soplao" and admire its unique geological formations.

Night in Herrerías

Day 6

Sobrelapeña - Cicera
9.6 km / 6 mi

During today's stage we will venture into the Picos de Europa as we make our way to the town of Cicera, marvelling at the amazing mountain scenery that will accompany us throughout the day.

Night in La Hermida

Day 7

Cicera – Lebeña
7.9 km / 6.5 mi

This stage takes place amongst breathtaking mountain scenery as we make our way through the Picos de Europa. The end of today's stage will be at the beautiful town of Lebeña, where we can visit the church of "Santa María" which dates from the year 925 A.C. and is one of the best-preserved examples of Mozarabic architecture in Spain.

Night in La Hermida

Day 8

Lebeña – Potes
15 km / 9.3 mi

Today's stage will take us along the Picos de Europa mountains and all its stunning views, until we reach the amazing town of Potes, where we can find great examples of 16th & 17th century architecture. We will then visit an "Orujo" (local liqueur) distillery where we will see how this potent local beverage is prepared after which we will be treated to a tasting of the final product.

Night in Fuente Dé

Day 9

Potes - Santo Toribio de Liébana
3 km / 1.9 mi

Our journey's final stage will take us to the Monastery of Santo Toribio de Liébana. When we arrive we can attend the Mass service and then we will enjoy a guided visit in this beautiful monastery. Later on we will ascend by cable car to the top of the Picos de Europa mountains where we can enjoy the marvellous view.

Night in Fuente Dé

Day 10

Return to Santander
Stage done by bus

In the morning we will drive to Santander where we will say farewell and our Camino will come to an end.

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