14 Days / 13 Nights


163 km / 101 mi



Start / End

Granada - Santiago

Andalusian Camino - Hiking Spain from South to North

We carefully designed this exclusive route, off-the-beaten-path and only offered by Marly Camino. An extraordinary Camino that combines the opportunity to walk and appreciate the Spanish culture and legacy. You will be hiking in Southern Spain and digging into different aspects of the Spanish culture; with its diverse and rich heritage drawn from Iberian, Roman, Arabic, Jewish, Celtic and Christian cultures. This unique Camino takes us on a journey from southern to northern Spain covering 163 kilometers divided into 11 stages representing the different aspects of Spanish culture including visits in Granada and the world-famous palace of La Alhambra, Córdoba with its amazing Mosque and the ancient Roman capital of Mérida.

Trip Insurance

Insurance Included
Our insurance offers you and us peace of mind. You will be covered during your stay so that if anything physical happens during this trip, you're taken care of in Spain.

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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.

Insurance got you Covered

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.

Dates & Price 2024:

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Dates & Price 2025:

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Dates & Price 2026:

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Our Andalusian Way 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
  • 10 Dinners
  • Equestrian Show
  • Pilgrims' Mass with Botafumeiro ceremony (under availability)
  • Guided visits in Granada, Córdoba & Merida
  • Guided visit in Santiago including the Cathedral's majestic Portico of Glory
  • Value Added Tax (VAT)
  • The Marly Touch 😃

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Day 1

Meet in Granada
Light city walking

Welcome! We will meet at the lobby of our hotel in Granada at 11:00 am to set off on a wonderful guided visit of the majestic Alhambra Palace. In the afternoon we will take a stroll from the Albaicín to the Mirador de San Nicolás, after which we will explain all the logistics and information of your Camino during a wonderful welcome cocktail. We will finish our day with a delicious welcome dinner.

Night in Granada

Day 2

Los Cortijos - Moclín
8 km / 5 mi

We leave Granada behind to begin our Way on foot; millions of olive trees will accompany us along our Way. We will start our ascent to Moclín, a town that situated atop a spectacular rock formation, and that was the last castle to fall under Christian rule before the definitive conquest of Granada. We will be transferred from Moclín to Córdoba in our private vehicle.

Night in Córdoba.

Day 3

Day in Córdoba
Transfer to Merida

Today we will have a guided visit to the spectacular Mosque of Cordoba, where we will learn every detail of this fantastic palace-city. We will leave Cordoba crossing its mountain range on our way to Mérida. Surrounded by lovely meadows, we will encounter a large number of cows and sheep as we enter the region of Extremadura.

Night in Mérida.

Day 4

Alcuescar - Puente Romano
13 km / 8 mi

We will enjoy a guided tour of Mérida, city whose Roman legacy is one of the most important in Spanish territory.
Then, our first stage begins walking along the Vía de la Plata, following the old Roman road that linked Emerita Agutusta (Merida) with Astúrica Augusta (Astorga). Transfer to Cáceres, World Heritage and free afternoon.

Night in Cáceres

Day 5

Carcaboso - Ruinas de Cáparra
13 km / 8 mi

We will walk our last stage in Extremadura, beginning in the town of Carcaboso and passing by beautiful meadows in the Via de la Plata. We will pass by bull-breeding ranches until we arrive at one of the most famous landmarks in this Camino, the ruins of the Roman city of Cáparra, where the Camino goes under its famous first-century arch. We will be transferred to the renowned town of Salamanca.

Night in Salamanca.

Day 6

Tierra del Vino - Villanueva de Campean
13,5 km / 8.3 mi

Today we will notice a change in the landscape as we enter Castilian lands. Endless grain fields, with ancient vineyards all along the stage, typical of Castillian Camino stages, will make us feel the solitude of being a Pilgrim surrounded by an infinite horizon. This stage in the land of Zamora will, no doubt, have us reflecting on the wide variety of landscapes that we have encountered on our journey.

Night in Zamora

Day 7

Palacios de Sanabria - Puebla de Sanabria
11 km / 6.8 mi

Our last stage before the last 100 km of the Camino will take us through a mountainous area, very different from previous days. We will see stone constructions built to withstand the harsh winters and diverse vegetation where oaks and beech trees start to appear. We will finish the stage in the town of Puebla de Sanabria with its amazing steep-walled castle. We will be transferred to the village of Allariz.

Night in Allariz (Ourense).

Day 8

Cudeiro - Cea
18 km / 11 mi

We begin walking the last 100 kilometers to obtain the Compostela certificate. From Ourense, we will follow the majestic "Camino Sanabrés," which has its origins in the shortcut Pilgrims would take on their Way to Santiago from the south. Surrounded by dense oak and chestnut tree forests, we make our way to the hermitage of San Marcos with its beautiful views of the Miño River valley.

Night in Casarellos (Pontevedra).

Day 9

Cea - Castro Dozón
19 km / 11.8 mi

We will begin todays stage with the incredible smell of the many wood-burning bread ovens that have produced the famous Cea bread for centuries as we make our way to the spectacular Cistercian Monastery of Oseira, founded in the 7th Century. The Camino will take us through beautiful rural landscapes and typical villages until we reach the plateau of San Martiño, which is very near our final destination of Castro Dozón.

Night in Casarellos (Pontevedra)

Day 10

Castro Dozón - Taboada
23.5 km / 14.6 mi

Today's stage begins in Castro Dozon, a town which owes its name to the typical Celtic towns that were originally located here and of which there are over two thousand scattered all over Galicia. We will again journey through rural landscapes alternating paved roads with dirt paths that take us closer to our final goal with each step.

Night in Lalín (Pontevedra)

Day 11

Taboada - Castro Seixo
19 km / 11.8 mi

In this stage we will walk again through the rural landscapes of Galicia, passing through typical villages with churches of Romanesque origin. Today we will walk among pines and eucalyptus to finally stay at the entrance of the province of A Coruña, where Santiago de Compostela awaits.

Night in Lalín (Pontevedra)

Day 12

Castro Seixo - Piñeiro
20.5 km / 12.7 mi

We will descend towards the Ulla River, which, according to legend, brought the remains of the Apostle Saint James to Galicia. Its bridge, an important communication hub, marks the boundary between the provinces of Pontevedra and A Coruña. We will visit the Pico Sacro, another important point in the legend of the relocation of the remains of Santiago to the peninsula. Our final goal is near.

Night in Lavacolla.

Day 13

Piñeiro - Santiago de Compostela
4.5 km / 2.7 mi

We are already at the gates of Santiago. Before entering the city we will pass next to the church of Santa Maria la Real do Sar, from the 12th century, which due to a fault in its foundations, is completely tilted. We will enter Santiago through the Arco de Mazarelos, the only survivor of the old city wall. Then we will arrive to the Cathedral to attend the Pilgrim's Mass. In the evening we will have a wonderful dinner and surprise to celebrate our arrival.

Night in Santiago

Day 14

Day in Santiago
Light city walking

We will wake up in Santiago and enjoy a guided visit of the city. The guide will take you through the main monuments and streets of the old town. You will be able to understand more about the history of the city and the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. To further follow the pilgrimage, we will enter the Cathedral to learn about its well-known traditions and rituals.

Your Camino through life begins!


Full-day Trip to Finisterre
Not Included in Price

If you would like to visit the famous light house of Finisterre, you will need to extend your stay in Santiago by one or two nights.
You will meet your local guide in Santiago and, in our private van we will head towards the lovely Coastal town of Muros, making a short stop in Alto de Paxareiras until we reach Ézaro. Finally we will arrive at Finisterre, the famous lighthouse. We will have lunch in Finisterre and head back to Santiago.

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