Using the powerful Camino for Good Virtual Camino App, challenge yourself to focus on hope and healing as you virtually walk the ancient pilgrimage. Receive weekly emails providing guidance for meditation and reflection.
What is the March to Santiago?
- Physical motivation: Start in March, average around 3 miles per day, and reach Santiago in July for the Feast of St James
- Visual beauty: Access thousands of original photos of the Camino de Santiago
- Google street view: Explore the landscapes and streetscapes of Spain
- Get inspired: Listen to audio stories from real pilgrims that have completed their own Spanish Camino
- Spiritual guide: Weekly spiritual meditation prompts by email during the march
- Connection to community: Create private groups with your friends or join the Camino for Good Café private facebook group
- Giving Back: In 2022 we have a grants program for worthwhile Pilgrims, Albergues and Ancilliary projects
- Free Neck Gaiter and Patch: On signup – wear the gaiter, iron on the patch to show support
- Achievement certificate: On completion – frame it and hang it with pride
It's Your Camino - Choose Your Route - Choose Your Payment
The Camino Francés, or French Way of St. James, is the most popular of the Camino de Santiago routes. Starting in the French village St. Jean Pied de Port, you will travel over the Pyrenees, across Northern Spain and eventually arrive at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, the reputed burial place of Apostle St. James.
Camino del Norte
Camino del Norte or Northern Way is one of the oldest ways pilgrims walked to Santiago de Compostela. It winds it way along the northern coast of Spain for almost 500 kilometers, passing through the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia. Get ready for an amazingly beautiful adventure!
Extend your Camino journey beyond Santiago to Finisterre, a small Spanish coastal town that was once believed to be the “end of the world”. This route will lead you west to Finisterre, north along the Atlantic coastline to Muxia, and finally back to Santiago to complete this loop to the End of the World and Back.
Gain access to all the routes as soon as they become available
Camino Frances (popular)
785 km/485 Miles
Camino del Norte
833 km/518 Miles
215 km/133 Miles
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Meditate on hope and healing while on your journey
- Explore a topic for introspection each week delivered to your email
- Each topic includes daily exercises, quotes and insights for reflection
- Contemplate the topic on your daily walk
- Share your insight with others – your family, friends and other virtual pilgrims
- Get support and encouragement through the Camino for Good Café private facebook group
How does my March to Santiago help others?
In 2021, Camino for Good raised over $74,000 USD to assist Albergues (Spanish hostels) who were hit hard by the pandemic. In 2022, we are supporting pilgrims, Albergues and other worthwhile Camino projects through our grants scheme.
You can help by signing up today!
A look inside the Virtual Camino App
This has been a life changing experience for me, and I truly felt I have done a Camino Pilgrimage in Spirit. Actually more than one! You can start all over again, or take a different route when you are finished. Thank you to the creators of this wonderful program! Ultreya!Jeannea life changing experience
I really got into it, learning about the culture, the food and the drink on the Camino, and even found a Spanish restaurant in town that serves Tortillas Español!
The Virtual Camino has motivated me to travel farther and with more purpose on my runs and hikes. I look forward to progressing on my journey while learning about the towns along the Camino!IanDelaware, USA
Just started my virtual hike from St. Jean Pied de Port. So beautiful looking at the Pyrenees mountains. Pushed myself and stopped for the day at Roncesvalles. Amazing pictures, feels like I am there.GaryCalifornia, USA
The virtual experience was very rich! The web-site easy to navigate and full of wonderful content. My favorite was the Camino audio stories from pilgrims who have experienced the Camino in person. They shared personal stories via audio files, and it gave me a real sense of how diverse the Camino experience is – people from across the globe!BettyTennessee, USA
Not only did [the Virtual Camino] provide a focus for my runs, it allowed me to feel like my solitary runs were actual helping someone else in a small way.JackTennessee, USA
Do you have your Patch and Gaiter yet?
Show you are part of the Camino for Good Family
When you sign up for the Norte or the Frances routes, you will receive a link to send us your address and we will send you the patch and gaiter anywhere in the world.