Spanish tour operator Hidden in Spain announced that it is extending its 15 percent travel agent commission on all preplanned tours through August 31, 2019. The company said it can also work behind-the-scene with travel agents to customize group or independent tours based on the agents’ precise requirements for their clients.
Composed of notable pilgrim routes, the Camino de Santiago is an extensive network of roads through Spain's smaller towns and, now, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All the routes converge at the tomb of St. James (Santiago in Spanish) in Santiago de Compostela, where the remains of the saint, discovered in the ninth century, are said to rest. Those who walk a minimum of 62 miles or bicycle 125 miles can request a “Compostela” – an official church certificate attesting to the completion of their pilgrimage.
Finding "The Way"
The seven-day French Way is one of Hidden in Spain’s customizable Camino de Santiago tours. The tour starts with a 13-mile walk from Sarria, a popular town in the Galicia province, to Portomarin, known for its medieval architecture. It also includes the 15-mile route to Palas de Rei, as well as the 8.5-mile route to the small village of Melide. This is followed by a hike to Arzúa, a town whose roots go back to Roman times. Guests will also visit the town of O Pedrouzo, just before arriving at Santiago de Compostela and the completion of their journey. The number of miles covered daily is based on guests’ physical capacity and can be modified as desired.
Hidden in Spain can also design cycling tours along any eligible Camino de Santiago routes.
For more information, visit https://www.hiddeninspain.com/
Photo: Ibarrola Bridge // Courtesy of Hidden in Spain