If you decide to walk the journey of a lifetime on the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrim passport, the Camino de Santiago credential is an absolute must for the journey. Most pilgrims purchase their passport at the start point of their journey. Pilgrim passports are usually available at cathedrals, other main religious buildings, and pilgrim […]
Camino de Santiago: 2021 Holy Year Extended to 2022
The feast day of St. James, the patron saint of the Camino de Santiago, is officially celebrated throughout the Camino de Santiago on the 25th July of every year. When the feast day of St. James falls on a Sunday, the year is deemed to be a holy one. Indeed, St James’ Day falls on […]
What To Expect On The Camino During The Covid Pandemic (17.6.20)
Before the Covid crisis, pilgrims were free to come and go along the Camino de Santiago. As international travel to Spain and Portugal opens up once again allowing pilgrims to return to the Camino de Santiago, here’s what to expect on the Camino during the Covid pandemic. As at the 15th June 2021, both Spain […]
Tales Of Sweat, Tears And Long Forgotten Dreams At A Camino De Santiago Pilgrim Dinner.
There were so many wonderful evenings on the road to Santiago during my 2016 Camino Frances. The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails that cross the whole of Europe and end at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. As I am a traveller by nature, I know the freedom of sharing company with […]
Camino De Santiago Spirit. It’s That Crazy Little Thing Called Joy.
If you plan to walk the long road to Santiago, I’m sure you’ve heard all about the legendary Camino spirit. Ask any pilgrim to tell you all about their Camino de Santiago and you will see their eyes light up, as they share their tales of adventure. The Camino de Santiago is a network of […]
Ethical Travel. How Slow Can You Go On The Camino De Santiago?
I’ve participated in the ultimate form of slow travel by walking the Camino de Santiago. Not once, but twice. The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails that cross the whole of Europe and end at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. The people who walk the Camino de Santiago are often referred to […]
6 Lessons From The Camino De Santiago For The Coronavirus Crisis.
The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails that run throughout Europe, all ending at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. The Camino isn’t just a walk in nature. The Camino de Santiago is a spiritual adventure. A place where the good people of the world can live the simple life of a Pilgrim […]