You can do the Camino de Santiago in the following ways: On foot: This is the most traditional way to walk the Camino de Santiago. You can do it in a [...]
How are the stages of the Camino de Santiago divided? How many stages does the Camino de Santiago have?
It is very difficult to say how many stages the Camino de Santiago has as it depends on several factors. If you go by bike you will be able to cover longer [...]
Each Jacobean itinerary has its starting point in a different place. The French Way starts in Saint Jean Pied de Port (France), the Northern Way in Irun, the Primitive Way starts in [...]
In case you don't have the necessary time or you can't do a complete route of the Camino de Santiago, you always have the option of joining at any point of the [...]
As you know, there is no single Way of St. James, but a huge network of pilgrimage routes over vast distances. Therefore each route of the Camino de Santiago has a different [...]
The history of the Way of St. James begins with the discovery of the tomb of the Apostle St. James and passes through important historical periods until it became what we know [...]
It is said that "all roads lead to Rome", but it could also be said "all roads lead to Santiago de Compostela". The Camino de Santiago is not a single road, [...]
Everyone can do the Camino de Santiago regardless of their beliefs. With the passing of the centuries, the Camino ceased to be a fundamentally religious pilgrimage and became a cultural event as [...]
You can do the Camino de Santiago as many times as you want. In fact, many people do it once and end up repeating every year with different routes.