it is our mission

to help you let go

of everything that gets between you

and the unknown path that starts at your feet.

we take care of the details and

you enjoy the walk of a lifetime.

Let’s walk

Walk with us & follow your own Camino de Santiago

Small Group Walking Tours

Camino de Santiago - Camino Francés - NavarraTrails across Spain that are so good we make sure to return year after year. From 6 days to 36 days.

Self Guided Walks To Santiago

Camino de Santiago Self Guided Tour - Castilla and Leon

A Pilgrimage of any length for the free spirited soloist.  From 100km to 800km, or any variation in between we will arrange accommodation and portage as well as advise on transportation to and from.

Private Group Tours

Camino de Santiago (Francés) and the Cruz de Ferro

Completely customized walks for you and your private entourage. We have our favorite haunts and hikes to recommend, but nothing is off limits.

Guided Camino Tours to keep an eye on

only once a year and with limited space

Feast Day Walk

Camino de Santiago - Santiago de Compostela Feast Day

This is a special version of The Last 100 Kilometers.  It arrives in Santiago de Compostela just in time for the celebrations surrounding the Feast Day of Saint James.

Every Inch of the Camino Francés

Camino de Santiago - French Route - Castilla and LeonFrom Spain’s border with France in Navarra we walk every step westward, arriving in Santiago de Compostela 35 nights later.  This walk is truly an experience of a lifetime.

Yoga and Walk

Camino de Santiago and Yoga Walking TourFor us the only thing better than a full day of walking is a half day of walking with an afternoon of Yoga.  This is exactly that, the last 100 kilometers of the Camino Francés spread over 9 days with Yoga in the afternoons.

Camino de Santiago - Last Stamp

The Last Stamp

It indicates that the walk concludes or passes through Santiago de Compostela, and that a Compostela Certificate is part of the plan.

a few of our favorite places on the camino

The Path Less Traveled
A lesser known detour of the Camino de Santiago near Estella
A lesser known detour of the camino de santiago
Cathedral of Burgos
Cathedral of Burgos on the way to Santiago de Compostela. Worthy of a guided tour and museum visit.
Cathedral of Burgos on the way to Santiago de Compostela
Wheat Fields of the Meseta
Wheat Fields of the Meseta near Burgos
Wheat Fields of the Meseta near Burgos
Stormy Harvest in Astorga
The plains end in Astorga and the mountains ahead bring turbulent weather.
Stormy Harvest in Astorga
Gaudi’s Palacio in Astorga
Gaudi's Palacio in Astorga, built for the Bishop and now home to the Pilgrim Museum
Gaudi's Palacio in Astorga
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
View of the Cathedral from the Azabacheria, the first facade seen when entering Santiago along the camino.
Silhouette of the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
Traditional Navarrese Home
Brightly colored windows and doors in Burguete, home to Hemingway's old haunts.
Home along the Camino Tour in Navarra
Wine Fountain of Irache
Quite possibly the only fountain in the world dispensing free wine.
Free Wine fountain on Camino de Santiago walking tour
Dome of Chapel in Burgos Cathedral
There are 15 chapels in the Burgos Cathedral, each with a distinct style.
Camino de Santiago walking tour Dome of Chapel in Burgos Cathedral
From Burgos Museum
The museum in the Burgos Cathedral is not to be missed
Camino Tour and Another Detail from Burgos Museum
222 km to Santiago
Built by Tomas, last of the Knights Templar
Camino walking tour only 222 kilometers from Santiago
The last 100km hito
Bring your sharpie marker, this is the hito that marks the last 100 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago.
Here marks the Last 100 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago
Cow on Camino
The camino along the last 100 kilometers passes through dozens of hamlets whose main industry remains farming.
Cow along Camino de Santiago in Galicia
O Mors
Foreboding imagery on the Church in Castrojeriz.
The camino de santiago walking tour through Castrojeriz
Castillo de Pambre
The Pambre Castle is one of the best surviving specimens of its kind. The rest were leveled by peasants.
Castillo de Pambre on the Last 100 km of the Camino Walking Tour
Market in Logroño
Local food market, open daily, in Logroño.
Camino de Santiago walking tour through the Fresh Market in Logroño

Feedback from our most recent walking tours

A Little Bit about AndaSpain

AndaSpain was born out of the dream that we could share our joy of walking and pilgrimage.  We believe in having fun, in adventure, in love, and in finding meaning in unexpected places.

We have been close to the Camino de Santiago and in Spain for more than a decade now and every year brings more excitement than the one before it.  As our knowledge grows so too does the quality of our walking tours to Santiago de Compostela and elsewhere.  We are a specialized operation and we consider the needs of every walker.

Before the trip we help plan the logistical stuff. We advise on transportation to and from both Spain and the starting point of the walk. We provide packing lists of recommended items to bring with or leave at home. And we share our opinions on hotels in any of the cities you pass through in Spain.

During the trip we take care of the details, allowing you to walk into the unknown while knowing that we will be there at the end of the day.  During the trip we provide information on the distances we walk and the terrain ahead. We cover a few of the more important Camino de Santiago history lessons, and we provide maps of the day, detailing the path ahead.


Click through for more information about the individuals behind the curtain and the guides on the trail.


Kate Goad
Co-owner & Guide

Michael Matynka Wise Pilgrim and your guide on the camino de Santiago walking tour

Michael Matynka
Head Guide

Vanessa Illanes

Vanessa Illanes
Co-owner & Guide

Your guide - Ashleigh Mell

Ashleigh Mell