Peaceable Projects Inc. is a U.S.-based non-profit group that brings the vast resources of the wide world together with the ongoing needs of the people who live, work, and travel on the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail network in Spain.
Last year I was flying with Iberia, stopover in Madrid. I booked well in advance, and paid around CHFr 250.- return. Iberia is also offering flights with stopover in Barcelona.
Air Berlin are offering flights to Zurich from Santiago via Palma de Mallorca, and they are cheap!
I heard about a direct bus from Santiago to Zurich, but don't know about timetables etc. And it takes ages to do the trip by bus...
Thanks for the responses, just to confuse matters I would actually be looking at Santiago - Zurich - London, although I guess I could do return to Santiago and RyanAir back from there. I guess this confirms there are no easy connections though!!
First - to get to Santiago, I´m in Hospital de Orbigo now and it seems a very long way away still...
The problem with AirBerlin is that it doesn't arrive in Zurich at a very sociable hour if one still needs to take a train connection from there. The route that I eventually took was ClickAir via Barcelona - it arrived at a decent time and was cheaper than AirBerlin too - just take something to read for the time at Barcelona airport!