Camino Frances weather
Spain in summer can be very warm. In the area where Camino Frances is, the temperature is around 27 °C (80° F) between June and August. The chances of rain are really low (aside from Sarria).
During Fall, temperature changes. The average temperature in September is 23°C (73°F), while in November is 13°C (55°F). In autumn, chances of rain are higher, too (especially in Sarria). Winter is the cold season: the average temperature is between 9°C (48°F) and 10°C (50°F) and it rains a lot.
Temperatures get warmer in March, April and May (spring). In March, the average temperature is 13°C (55°F), while in May is 18°C (64°F). The chance of rain is 50% in this season.
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|Average °F||50 °F||50 °F||55 °F||57 °F||64 °F||70 °F||79 °F||81 °F||73 °F||62 °F||55 °F||48 °F|
|Average High °C||10 °C||11 °C||14 °C||15 °C||21 °C||28 °C||31 °C||31 °C||25 °C||19 °C||17 °C||10 °C|
|Average High °F||50 °F||52 °F||57 °F||59 °F||70 °F||82 °F||88 °F||88 °F||77 °F||66 °F||63 °F||50 °F|
|Average Low °C||2 °C||2 °C||3 °C||4 °C||7 °C||10 °C||12 °C||11 °C||12 °C||7 °C||4 °C||3 °C|
|Average Low °F||36 °F||36 °F||37 °F||39 °F||45 °F||50 °F||54 °F||52 °F||54 °F||45 °F||39 °F||37 °F|
|Rainfall >1 mm days||13 days||12 days||11 days||12 days||11 days||3 days||2 days||2 days||7 days||12 days||13 days||13 days|
Camino Frances tours & reviews
"Camino de Santiago" (Way of St James): French Way from Sarria -100 km
7 days from $653
"Camino de Santiago" (Way of St James): French Way by bike from Leon
7 days from $732
The Way of St James - Le Puy to Aumont
5 days from $650
The Way of St James - Cahors to Lectoure
7 days from $890
The Way of St James - Lectoure to Aire sur l'Adour
7 days from $890
The Way of St James - Conques to Cahors
8 days from $950
The Way of St James - Aire sur l'Adour to the Pyrenees
9 days from $1,290
The Way of St James by Bike
16 days from $3,190
Camino de Santiago Information
How can I get to Camino de Santiago?
This, of course, depends on the route you’re taking. Flying to the city closest to the trailhead is certainly preferable if you’re coming in from Australia, USA and the UK. However, UK travellers may travel by bus or rail to the towns of Ferrol, Oviedo and St. Jean Pied de Port. Learn more.
When should I walk the Camino de Santiago?
The absence of extreme weather changes in the area makes Camino de Santiago’s routes walkable year-round. Though June through September may be its busiest months, more than one thousand people still make the hike during the cold winter months of December, January and February. Learn more.
What permits, visas, vaccinations and insurance do I need?
Though a permit isn’t necessary, you must obtain your Credencial del Peregrino or Pilgrim Passport at the start of your trip and get it stamped along the way. The stamps are proof that you walked the 100 kms necessary to obtain the completion certificate in Santiago de Compostela. Learn more.
Do I need a guide to walk?
While you don’t need a guide to hike any of the Camino de Santiago routes, having one will reduce the burden of planning. Going on a guided hike would give you the benefits of having experienced trip planners arrange things like accommodation, food, luggage transport and airport transfers. Learn more.
What should I pack and what equipment do I need?
Along the way, you'll be able to stop in towns to refuel. Carrying a day pack of your personal essentials, change of clothes, a two-litre water bottle, a first aid kit, and your passport and Pilgrim Passport will suffice. Invest in a good pair of hiking shoes and walking poles. Learn more.
How do I prepare for Camino de Santiago?
Do your research to choose the best route for your skill level and study the rules and etiquette on the trail. Purchase and read a guidebook for your chosen route. Finally, train for several months prior and push yourself to hike farther every day until you’re fit to do 26- to 29-kilometre days. Learn more.