CAMINO SOLIDARIO.

El Camino de Santiago es una travesía realizada por personas de todos los países y religiones del mundo. A veces por un acto de fe, otras por una necesidad de introspección, por conocer gente, [...]

SOME TRUTHS

Some pilgrims speak out and tell you some truths not many people know about the Camino de Santiago. It’s a trip with its lights and shadows and still a a great and high recommended [...]

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IS IT SAFE?

One of the most common questions people ask themselves– is it safe to walk the Camino de Santiago alone?  This became a question being asked more again recently when someone went missing on the [...]

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CROSSING THE PYRENEES

Definitely everyone can make the first stage of the Camino de Santiago between St Jean Pied de Port and Roncesvalles. In fact over 20,000 pilgrims start the Camino de Santiago in this picturesque [...]

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DULCES SUEÑOS

Uno de los momentos más importantes del Camino es el reposo, precisamente porque es la oportunidad de reparación que tiene el cuerpo para recargar energías y poder afrontar otra jornada [...]

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EATING IN THE CAMINO.

In every town and village along the way there is  the option of the pilgrims menu.  It is stated as three courses normally and it normally includes wine or water. Regarding the first meal of the [...]

NOT A HOLIDAY…

You have to be fairly motivated to walk the Camino de Santiago from St Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago de Compostela in North West Spain – as it is 800km.  Usually 800km with your [...]

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