30 June - 10 July 2023
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Leave the books and the study far behind and hit the pathway in the beautiful surroundings of Galicia, Northern Spain.

At over 800km long, the path takes intrepid explorers through landscapes of mountains, valleys, deserts and urban. Winding its way through the enchanting Santiago de Compostela and finishing at Finisterre- translated as “end of the world”.

This is your chance to embark on an adventure in the footsteps of the Ancient, through the landscape of the wild.

Camino Project for Students

Agapé invites you to join on the journey to Santiago. The project will span 10 days, and cover 160km  of the Camino. You will travel through the beautiful countryside of Spain, walking on average 25km over seven days.


Project costs

Early Bird: 495€ through 1 March

Regular Rate: 550€


With your fellow pilgrims you will traverse the miles, forging friendships, connection, as you share life on the Camino together. When the evening draws in, we will share meals accompanied by the rich local wines, and revel in the unique community that this experience breeds.

Agapé Staff will facilitate your experience

This project has been running for over 15 years, and our staff are experienced, with extensive local knowledge. You can rest assured that every detail will be taken care of, leaving you free to fully immerse in the Camino.

Food & Accommodation

Your experience is taken care of by our staff team who have carefully planned out a timed route with pit-stops for lunch and quality resting places for your head.

Our local connections will give you a real taste of Galicia food, and our support team can help you navigate any allergies or needs.

The project package includes 10 nights of accommodation on the Camino. During the 7 walking days you will stay in various camping sites, in the comfort of Agapé’s own tents and equipment. Large group bookings in hostels are bad for business locally, so we camp.

What to Expect

A day on the Camino starts with nature waking you up to a spectacular view outside your tent door. Up and on the road by 8am, with many coffee and croissant stops along the way.

Our support team meets you at a pre-planned spot with your lunch ready, and sends you on the way for the final hour’s walk of the day.

Arrival in to the camping spots is clearly laid out in your guidebook. Hot showers or sometimes a dip in the lake before dinner.

Post dinner the group gathers for a guided discussion on the big questions in life, led by staff.

The evening is yours, to chill out, before we start again in the morning.

Nice things people say

Can’t imagine how this could have gone better! Campsite were great, the facilities were perfect. Beautiful spots to stay.”


This experience was incredible- I loved making new friends. I learnt a lot about myself, I hope I can take that with me in to college.


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