This first stage is usually walked in 8 days. Your first steps on the Camino de Santiago are along both French and Spanish parts of the Basque Country and Navarra. You will cross the outstanding  Pyrenees, visit Pamplona and you will eventually arrive in La Rioja, a region well- known for its food and red […]

Many pilgrims decide to start a new Camino in Santiago de Compostela. This is a nice option to finish your adventure if you are still willing to or you have enough time to do it.  It is the Camino Santiago–Finisterre. If you make up your mind to walk this Camino toward Costa da Morte and […]

Christmas is always a time of joy and peace. Most pilgrims prefer to walk the Camino de Santiago from spring to autumn, but the number of those who would like to walk it in winter is increasing. Tips for those who want to spend Christmas on the Camino would be the following: Weather This is […]

Camino Primitivo The Camino Primitivo is known as the first pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. In fact,  it is also called the Original Way or the North Way Inside or even the Old Way. This is a short Camino, which can be walked from Oviedo  (North-west of Spain) to Santiago de Compostela in two […]

As everybody knows there are plenty of Caminos which end in Santiago de Compostela. Which one is the Camino Portugues? This Camino starts in Lisbon, Portuguese capital city, and it ends in Santiago. The journey of 383 miles (616km) through stunning unspoiled Portuguese and Galician countryside. Alternatively, lots of pilgrims prefer to start their journey […]

Who is Saint Theresa? She was called Teresa of Ávila and then she was known as St Theresa of Jesus.  Born in 1515, this woman became a well-known Spanish Catholic Carmelite nun and she was considered to be a founder of the Discalced Carmelitas along with John of the Cross. She was a great writer […]

Santiago de Compostela Cathedral is a cathedral in Galicia, Spain. The cathedral is the believed burial-place of Saint James the Greater, one of the apostles of Jesus Christ.  It is the destination of the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago), a major historical pilgrimage route since the Early Middle Ages. Pilgrimages to the tomb […]

There are numerous myths and legends on the Camino Francés, Camino Primitivo and Camino Portugués. Spain and Portugal are places where this kind of stories has been passed from mouth to mouth over the centuries. Each stretch, every route of the Camino and every year, layer upon layer, you can keep figuring out different aspects […]

When you walk the Camino you go along well-known wine regions in France, Spain or Portugal. The Camino Francés is the most popular and traditional of the Caminos and it starts in French Basque country, which stretches about 800 km to Santiago de Compostela. If you are a wine lover, both Camino Francés and Camino […]