Welcome to the page of Eesti Jaakobitee (Camino Estonia).

The Camino Estonia is an international pilgrimage route in Estonia, which leads to Santiago de Compostela and we’ll be proud to be part of the trans-European network. It’s said your pilgrimage begins at your front door. Now it is possible for Estonians as well. The Camino Estonia leads to Riga, joins with the roads in Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, France and Spain and reaches to Santiago de Compostela.

Camino Estonia goes from landmark to landmark, from one parish church to another.

Itineraries, directions and maps can be found in the “Camino Estonia” section by day. The journey in landscape is marked with yellow arrows and scallops for the summer of 2022.

This website has been created to help pilgrims on the Camino Estonia. The main task of the website is to provide pilgrims with information regarding the route, stages, as well as accommodation, catering and other infrastructure in Estonia.

The Camino Estonia leads not only to Santiago de Compostela, but also to Rome. We have joined the Romea Strata network of cultural paths. Romea Strata crosses seven countries and runs from Tallinn to Rome.

In addition, you will find information about the Estonian Society of the Friends of St James Way and about pilgrimage in general.

In case intrest in the current activities of Estonian pilgrims, please visit www.camino.ee or follow us on Facebook.

Buen camino!

Camino Estonia day by day:

Day 1: Tallinna Dome Church – Saku (22 km)

Day 2: Saku – Hageri (23 km)

Day 3: Hageri – Rapla (24 km)

Day 4: Rapla – Märjamaa (31 km)

Day 5: Märjamaa – Kivi-Vigala (29 km)

Day 6: Kivi-Vigala – Pärnu-Jaagupi (23 km)

Day 7: Pärnu-Jaagupi – Pärnu (32 km) (NB! Here starts the branch to Valga)

Day 8: Pärnu – Tahkuranna (25 km)

Day 9: Tahkuranna – Häädemeeste (19 km)

Day 10: Häädemeeste – Treimani – Ikla (28 km)

From Pärnu-Jaagupi to Valga

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