The Camino Frances is the most popular route of the Camino de Santiago network. The route traditionally starts in... Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, and stretches 790 km (490 miles) across northern Spain, to Santiago de Compostela. It passes through several regions including Navarre, La Rioja, Castille and Leon, and Galicia, and traverses varied landscapes from the mountains of the French Pyrénées to the flat open plains of the meseta between Burgos and Leon, and from picturesque villages like O Cebreiro to bustling cities such as Pamplona and Ponferrada. The route is often divided into stages with each stage representing a day's walk. Our guide is based on 33 stages averaging approximately 24km (15 miles) each day. The stages are a guide only and should be adapted according to your own physical ability, local weather conditions, and schedule. Below you will find information about the towns and cities at each stage and the accomodation options and general amenities available.