Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Walk the final 100 miles of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela in solidarity with our poor brothers and sisters worldwide.

The ‘route of the stars’, named because it lies beneath the Milky Way, takes pilgrims along the beautiful and peaceful countryside across the north of Spain, ending at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

Camino journal

CAFOD supporters Fred Uttley and John Cowell have completed the Camino an impressive 8 times! John has written a book about his experiences – for more information visit the CAFOD Salford blog.

Give this amazing challenge even more meaning by fundraising for CAFOD as part of your spiritual journey.

All the information you need to get started is in our comprehensive Camino information booklet.

Please get in touch if you would prefer to have this booklet posted out to you.

To help you organise the logistics of your journey CAFOD has teamed up with Macs Adventures!

Macs Adventures are an experienced walking and adventure tour company that specialise in organising and booking Camino trips. They can advise you on your best travel options, and if you so choose, book your accomodation along the way.

  • The most popular Camino journey for CAFOD pilgrims is the last 100km of the route of the 'Camino Frances'. See the Macs Adventures options for this part of the journey!
  • If you are thinking about a longer journey, please see iteneray of the 'Full Camino'
  • If you are still deciding on the length of your trip, please see the different stages that are available on the Macs Adventure website.

Macs Adventures are here to help you with your logistical plans and supply you with a pilgrim passport, and we are here to put you in touch with fellow pilgrims and support you with your fundraising plans.

For more details and an information booklet, please contact us on 0207 095 5329 or

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