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After walking 60 miles on Spain’s Camino, start cooking

A man in a traditional costume and mask poses during carnival at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
A man in a traditional costume and mask poses during carnival at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
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Walk the last 60-plus miles of Spain’s Camino de Santiago along pathways surrounded by beautiful countryside, quaint villages and churches. Highlights of the 10-day excursion include a cathedral tour and private cooking class in Santiago de Compostela, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the last stop on the Camino.

After the walk, you’ll have a full-day visit with a private chef and sommelier at Pazo de Rubianes, a privately owned botanical garden. Walks range from 10 to 15 miles a day for six days. Group size is limited to 12.

Dates: June 9-18, Aug. 18-27

Price: From $2,955 per person, double occupancy. Includes six nights in guesthouses and three nights in Santiago de Compostela, daily breakfast, seven dinners and three lunches, cooking class, guide and support vehicle.

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Info: International Culinary Tours, (800) 341-8687

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