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DESCRIPTION OF THE ROUTE. CAMINO SANTIAGO BY EBIKE. PAMPLONA TO LEÓN

9 DAYS ON THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO BY ELECTRIC BIKE BETWEEN PAMPLONA AND LEÓN

The route of the Camino de Santiago by Ebike in 7 stages from Pamplona to León Following is an ideal trip for those who like to ride an e-bike, asphalt sections and road can be combined according to the expertise of each one. 

The total of kilometers is 393 and the stages are about 58 kms which are the recommended ones to be able to pedal with a Ebike. without depleting your 500 wh battery.

You will go from the hills of Pamplona to the Vineyards of La Rioja and Burgos to the wheat fields of Palencia and León and enjoy the cultural wealth of kingdom cities that marked the history of Spain.

If you want to start in St Jean Pied de Port or you want to continue to Santiago and Finisterre-Muxía we can organize it too.

In the dropdowns of each day you can see the kilometers and altitudes of the proposed stage, but if you require it we can personally adapt it to your wishes.

ITINERARY BY DAYS OF THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO BY EBIKE. PAMPLONA-LEÓN

DAY 1. NIGHT in Pamplona

You will arrive at the selected hotel where you can rest from the trip and stroll through the beautiful city founded by the Romans and known worldwide by the Sanfermines, the party that is celebrated every year on July 7 with the famous “Chupinazo” that shoot from the town hall square of Pamplona

Stroll through centuries-old cobblestone streets and stop at one of its many bars and taverns to enjoy the delicious pinchos in a good way to start the Camino de Santiago, following in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway is learning its culture, visiting the Plaza del Castillo is to reach your heart.

You will sleep peacefully and peacefully to wake up energetically, have a delicious breakfast and pick up the bicycle at the place that we will indicate, which is very close to your hotel. Promised!

Remember that you can put in the saddlebags what you need for the journey and that we manage the transport of your luggage. Are you ready for your Camino de Santiago on Ebike? 

DAY 2  STAGE 1 Pamplona- Estella 45 kms

We get on the bike directly at the chosen accommodation and follow the signs for the Camino de Santiago provided as a google maps route.

We left the city and went to Zizur Mayor having the view in front of the Alto del Perdón, which at 770 meters is presented as a great obstacle to overcome today. 

Sometimes the legs will ask you to put turbo mode on your electric bike and arriving at the monument to the pilgrim you will have to stop to take a photograph, on your right the city of Pamplona and on your left the route that you will follow during the next few days.

You have the option of following the N-1110 road, which is less steep than the road and little traveled by cars, and turn off to go up to the pilgrim monument.

The route continues towards Puente de la Reina, everything is downhill so enjoy the electric bike and be careful.

Puente de la Reina is well worth a stop for a coffee and a little visit to the city. When crossing the famous Roman bridge over the Arga river, pilgrims often cry out. You dare?

Continue pedaling following the path of the Camino de Santiago or the highway for about 20 kms more and you will have reached Estella. End of the stage for today. Deserved rest.

DAY 3 STAGE 2 Estella-Logroño 48.2 kms

We start the day with a good breakfast in Estella to follow the route of the Camino de Santiago by e-bike that will take us to Logroño, the capital of La Rioja, known worldwide for the quality of its wines. We have 50 km ahead of us on a bicycle with a downward slope that helps us after the effort of the previous day.

We can choose to follow the route of the Camino de Santiago between wheat fields or continue on the asphalt on the N-1110 road, which is not heavily traveled by vehicles. 

The route descends to the wine fountain where a fountain offers water and wine to the pilgrims before continuing to the Irache monastery  and ascend to Villamayor de Monjardín where you can see the Romanesque church of San Andrés, the path continues through vineyards to Los Arcos where we can make a stop in the Plaza de Santa María.

We follow the Camino de Santiago by elecric bike that will take us through the towns of Torres del Rio and Vina before entering Logroño crossing the stone bridge over the Ebro river.

It is time to look for the accommodation that we have looked for you and enjoy pinchos in the Rioja wine capital.

DAY 4   STAGE 3 Logroño – Santo Domingo de la Calzada 50.6 km

We leave Logroño on our e-bike towards Santo Domingo de la Calzada, ahead we have a journey of 50.6 km that we can travel both on the Camino de Santiago de walkers or following the N 120-A road.

The soft landscape of La Rioja full of vine and fruit trees accompanies us passing by. Navarrete, the high of San Antón that with 670 meters is shown as the highest point before descending to Nájera, a good time to rest in the first part of the stage. We continue towards Santo Domingo de la Calzada, town of La Rioja Alta and in The vine landscapes are gradually giving way to the cereal of Castilla.

The time has come to rest and prepare for the longest stage that will take us the next day to Burgos.

DAY 5 STAGE 4 Santo Domingo de la Calzada – Burgos 79.6 km

We enter the longest stage and where we must be more careful if the decision is to roll down the N120 road as it is a section of heavy traffic. The alternative is to continue the Camino de Santiago footpath and, also with caution, it is perfectly passable by bicigrinos.

Once we have passed Grañón we will reach the region of Castilla y León, a land of cereals, which according to the time of year will vary from winter ocher to summer yellow through the intense greens of spring.

We will cross the town of Belorado where we will be able to observe the ancient hermit caves and the ruins of a castle.

Oak, pine, heather landscapes lead us to San Juan de Ortega, where it is a good time to stop along the way.

Following the road to Burgos we will pass by Ibeas de Juarros the place where the visitor center of the Atapuerca archaeological sites a place where remains ofhave been found Homo Antecessor 900,000 years oldand that can be visited by prior reservation here.

To get to the city of Burgos we can avoid one of the accesses full of traffic if we follow the river walk of the Arlanzón River until the San Pablo bridge located near the imposing cathedral world heritageof humanity.

It is time to go to the chosen accommodation, rest and go out to visit the city.

DAY 6 Stage 5 Burgos – Frómista 70 kms

We leave the Burgos Cathedral behind to enter the eternal Castile of infinite horizons full of dry land, where you can travel back in time through the almost medieval towns that we cross until we reach the jewel of the Romanesque in Frómista.

Sometimes it will be difficult to bike the Camino de Santiago without trees that protect us from the rigors of the weather. 

The passage under the arches of San Antón in Castrojeriz and the ascent to Teso de los Mostelares from where the impressive Tierra de Campos can be seen.

Arriving at Frómista is entering the Romanesque to visit the church of San Martín de Tours and feel like a medieval pilgrim.

Time to taste the delights of typical Palencia cuisine and rest.

DAY 7 Stage 6 Frómista – Sahagún 43 kms

We leave Frómista to ride the Camino de Santiago by ebike until we reach the town of Sahagún in León. It is a plain between cereal fields.

You will pass by Carrión de los Condes where you can visit the monastery of San Zoilo, currently converted into a royal hotel.

From Carrión we continue through the towns of Calzadilla de la Cueza and Terradillos de los Templarios until we reach Sahagún where we can visit the Sanctuary of La Peregrina and the ruins of the Royal Monastery of San Benito, all of which have been declared Sites of Cultural Interest.

DAY 8   Stage 7 Sahagún – León 56 kms

We leave Sahagún to cover stage 7 of the Camino de Santiago by electric bike from Pamplona to León.

After leaving Sahagún we find a fork at the foot of the N-120 road that allows you to choose between following the original route of the Camino de Santiago and continuing to Bercianos del Real Camino and Burgo Ranero or following the Vía Trajana towards Calzada del Coto and Calzadilla de los Hermanillos. Both routes are perfectly signposted and run between trees, scrubland and small forests. We continue several kilometers until we reach Reliegos and Mansilla de las Mulas where a stop to relax a bit or if you have time to visit the Provincial Ethnographic Museum of León, a gem.

We continue the itinerary crossing the Esla, Porma and Torío rivers just before arriving in León.

Millennial and beautiful city where we will rest and enjoy its famous tapas, its Cathedral, its Basilica of San Isidoro and its Parador de San Marcos as well as the jewels of contemporary architecture such as the MUSAC and the Auditorium Ciudad de León.

You have finished the Camino de Santiago by Ebike. Please remember to deliver the electric bicycle to the main post office in León with the instructions that we give you when buying your trip.

DAY 9 Return home from LéonAfter breakfast, the chosen hotel can enjoy the streets of León and the purchase of its typical products, perhaps they can be a good gift to take home.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Departures every day of the year
  • Hotels selected and visited by us, with bathroom in the room and breakfast included
  • Luggage transport from stage to stage included. 1 suitcase per person.
  • credential
  • Route In Google Maps
  • Electric bicycle equipped with saddlebags and helmet.

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DAY 1. NIGHT in Pamplona
DAY 1. NIGHT in Pamplona
You will arrive at the selected hotel where you can rest from the trip and stroll through the beautiful city founded by the Romans and known worldwide by the Sanfermines, the party that is celebrated every year on July 7 with the famous “Chupinazo” that shoot from the town hall square of Pamplona
Stroll through centuries-old cobblestone streets and stop at one of its many bars and taverns to enjoy the delicious pinchos in a good way to start the Camino de Santiago, following in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway is learning its culture, visiting the Plaza del Castillo is to reach your heart.
You will sleep peacefully and peacefully to wake up energetically, have a delicious breakfast and pick up the bicycle at the place that we will indicate, which is very close to your hotel. Promised!
Remember that you can put in the saddlebags what you need for the journey and that we manage the transport of your luggage.
DAY 2 STAGE 1 Pamplona- Estella 45 kms
DAY 2  STAGE 1 Pamplona- Estella 45 kms
We get on the bike directly at the chosen accommodation and follow the signs for the Camino de Santiago provided as a google maps route.
We left the city and went to Zizur Mayor having the view in front of the Alto del Perdón, which at 770 meters is presented as a great obstacle to overcome today.
Sometimes the legs will ask you to put turbo mode on your electric bike and arriving at the monument to the pilgrim you will have to stop to take a photograph, on your right the city of Pamplona and on your left the route that you will follow during the next few days.
You have the option of following the N-1110 road, which is less steep than the road and little traveled by cars, and turn off to go up to the pilgrim monument.
The route continues towards Puente de la Reina, everything is downhill so enjoy the electric bike and be careful.
Puente de la Reina is well worth a stop for a coffee and a little visit to the city. When crossing the famous Roman bridge over the Arga river, pilgrims often cry out. You dare?
Continue pedaling following the path of the Camino de Santiago or the highway for about 20 kms more and you will have reached Estella. End of the stage for today. Deserved rest.
DAY 3 STAGE 2 Estella-Logroño 48.2 kms
DAY 3 STAGE 2 Estella-Logroño 48.2 kms
We start the day with a good breakfast in Estella to follow the route of the Camino de Santiago by e-bike that will take us to Logroño, the capital of La Rioja, known worldwide for the quality of its wines. We have 50 km ahead of us on a bicycle with a downward slope that helps us after the effort of the previous day.
We can choose to follow the route of the Camino de Santiago between wheat fields or continue on the asphalt on the N-1110 road, which is not heavily traveled by vehicles.
The route descends to the wine fountain where a fountain offers water and wine to the pilgrims before continuing to the Irache monastery and ascend to Villamayor de Monjardín where you can see the Romanesque church of San Andrés, the path continues through vineyards to Los Arcos where we can make a stop in the Plaza de Santa María.
We follow the Camino de Santiago by e-bike that will take us through the towns of Torres del Rio and Vina before entering Logroño crossing the stone bridge over the Ebro river.
It is time to look for the accommodation that we have looked for you and enjoy pinchos in the Rioja wine capital.
DAY 4 STAGE 3 Logroño - Santo Domingo de la Calzada 50.6 km
DAY 4   STAGE 3 Logroño - Santo Domingo de la Calzada 50.6 km
We leave Logroño on our e-bike towards Santo Domingo de la Calzada, ahead we have a journey of 50.6 km that we can travel both on the Camino de Santiago de walkers or following the N 120-A road.
The soft landscape of La Rioja full of vine and fruit trees accompanies us passing by. Navarrete, the high of San Antón that with 670 meters is shown as the highest point before descending to Nájera, a good time to rest in the first part of the stage. We
continue towards Santo Domingo de la Calzada, town of La Rioja Alta and in The vine landscapes are gradually giving way to the cereal of Castilla.
The time has come to rest and prepare for the longest stage that will take us the next day to Burgos.
DAY 5 STAGE 4 Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Burgos 79.6 km
DAY 5 STAGE 4 Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Burgos 79.6 km
We enter the longest stage and where we must be more careful if the decision is to roll down the N120 road as it is a section of heavy traffic. The alternative is to continue the Camino de Santiago footpath and, also with caution, it is perfectly passable by bicigrinos.
Once we have passed Grañón we will reach the region of Castilla y León, a land of cereals, which according to the time of year will vary from winter ocher to summer yellow through the intense greens of spring.
We will cross the town of Belorado where we will be able to observe the ancient hermit caves and the ruins of a castle.
Oak, pine, heather landscapes lead us to San Juan de Ortega, where it is a good time to stop along the way.
Following the road to Burgos we will pass by Ibeas de Juarros the place where the visitor center of the Atapuerca archaeological sites a place where remains ofhave been found Homo Antecessor 900,000 years oldand that can be visited by prior reservation here.
To get to the city of Burgos we can avoid one of the accesses full of traffic if we follow the river walk of the Arlanzón River until the San Pablo bridge located near the imposing cathedral world heritageof humanity.
It is time to go to the chosen accommodation, rest and go out to visit the city.
DAY 6 Stage 5 Burgos - Frómista 70 kms
DAY 6 Stage 5 Burgos - Frómista 70 kms
We leave the Burgos Cathedral behind to enter the eternal Castile of infinite horizons full of dry land, where you can travel back in time through the almost medieval towns that we cross until we reach the jewel of the Romanesque in Frómista.
Sometimes it will be difficult to bike the Camino de Santiago without trees that protect us from the rigors of the weather.
The passage under the arches of San Antón in Castrojeriz and the ascent to Teso de los Mostelares from where the impressive Tierra de Campos can be seen.
Arriving at Frómista is entering the Romanesque to visit the church of San Martín de Tours and feel like a medieval pilgrim.
Time to taste the delights of typical Palencia cuisine and rest.
DAY 7 Stage 6 Frómista - Sahagún 43 kms
DAY 7 Stage 6 Frómista - Sahagún 43 kms
We leave Frómista to ride the Camino de Santiago by ebike until we reach the town of Sahagún in León. It is a plain between cereal fields.
You will pass by Carrión de los Condes where you can visit the monastery of San Zoilo, currently converted into a royal hotel.
From Carrión we continue through the towns of Calzadilla de la Cueza and Terradillos de los Templarios until we reach Sahagún where we can visit the Sanctuary of La Peregrina and the ruins of the Royal Monastery of San Benito, all of which have been declared Sites of Cultural Interest.
DAY 8 Stage 7 Sahagún - León 56 kms
DAY 8   Stage 7 Sahagún - León 56 kms
We leave Sahagún to cover stage 7 of the Camino de Santiago by electric bike from Pamplona to León.
After leaving Sahagún we find a fork at the foot of the N-120 road that allows you to choose between following the original route of the Camino de Santiago and continuing to Bercianos del Real Camino and Burgo Ranero or following the Vía Trajana towards Calzada del Coto and Calzadilla de los Hermanillos. Both routes are perfectly signposted and run between trees, scrubland and small forests. We continue several kilometers until we reach Reliegos and Mansilla de las Mulas where a stop to relax a bit or if you have time to visit the Provincial Ethnographic Museum of León, a gem.
We continue the itinerary crossing the Esla, Porma and Torío rivers just before arriving in León.
Millennial and beautiful city where we will rest and enjoy its famous tapas, its Cathedral, its Basilica of San Isidoro and its Parador de San Marcos as well as the jewels of contemporary architecture such as the MUSAC and the Auditorium Ciudad de León.
Remember to deliver the electric bicycle to the main post office in León with the instructions that we give you when buying your trip.
DAY 9 Return home from Léon
DAY 9 Return home from Léon
After breakfast, the chosen hotel can enjoy the streets of León and the purchase of its typical products, perhaps they can be a good gift to take home.

Included/Exclude

  • Price indicated per person in a double room for 2 people
  • 8 hotel nights in a double room with private bathroom and breakfast
  • Transportation of luggage per stage (one package per person)
  • OPTIONAL:
  • Bike rental (24 speeds): € 179 per bike
  • E-bike rental: 345 per bike
  • Individual Supplement: € 190 per person
  • EXCLUDE:
  • Flights
  • Transfers to Pamplona or from León

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FAQs

What is the unevenness of the seven stages between Pamplona and León?
We have prepared a height map of each of the stages that you can print on the photograph of the stage. In addition you will also find a map of the total difference in the route between Pamplona and León.
Is the electric bike route for all kinds of physical preparation?
Although an e-bike helps a lot in the most difficult times when pedaling, a minimum of experience and a good physical condition are recommended.
What is convenient to carry on the electric bike?
You will pick up the bike equipped with a helmet and saddlebags where you can store what you need for the stage, such as some food, drinks, sun protection, raincoat and the battery charger for the bicycle and the puncture repair kit that is delivered with the electric bicycle. Remember that we will take your luggage from accommodation to accommodation.
What if I have an accident or something happens to me?
You can contact us at any time and we will provide you with information on how to solve the problem.

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