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cebreiro-caminowaysPilgrims from all over the world have walked the Camino de Santiago for centuries, following the various paths on their way to Santiago de Compostela and the tomb of St James.

Today, whether walking the Camino for religious reasons, to find yourself or simply get back to nature, the Camino is a trip of a life time, a unique experience that inspires many even after the journey is over.

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Camino de Santiago

An ancient path – Pilgrims from all over the world have walked the Camino de Santiago for centuries, following the many paths to Santiago de Compostela and the tomb of St James.

Today, whether walking the Camino for religious or spiritual reasons, to find yourself or for its natural beauty, the Camino de Santiago is a trip of a life time, a unique experience that inspires many, even after their journey is over.

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    November is a month to celebrate the arrival of winter on the Camino de Santiago: jazz, tapas, mushrooms, chestnuts, cinema… don’t pack your pilgrim bags yet, there is still plenty to do, see and taste! These are some of the best festivals

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  • Meet CaminoWays.com at WTM

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    Press release date: 29th October 2014 CaminoWays.com, the walking and cycling holiday specialists, will be exhibiting at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM), which is taking place from 3rd- 6th November in London. CaminoWays.com would like to invite media and

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  • Spooky Camino Recipe: Saint’s Bones

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    Saint’s bones (huesos de santo) are a traditional All Saints dessert from the region of Castilla y León and our spooky Camino recipe. Traditionally, the ‘bones’ are marzipan rolls filled with custard cream, although the filling can be adapted to

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  • Spooky Santiago de Compostela

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    With Halloween, All Souls and All Saints Day coming up, we reveal the spookiest places and most haunting spots in Santiago de Compostela. Here’s our Halloween guide to spooky Santiago de Compostela! Praza da Quintana The Praza da Quintana at the

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  • 7 Spooky Camino Facts

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    The Camino de Santiago takes walkers to Santiago de Compostela, capital of Galicia, a land of rich folklore, colourful legends and frightening spirits. Many also believe witches still exist in Galicia, living in disguise and mixed in with the general

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What our customers say

  • “Fantasstic experience with this company! n Sept booked self guided tour Sarria to Santiago. They booked a room for each night and transferred my luggage.

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    Margaret, United States, Sarria to Santiago ,

  • “Very welcome and knowledgeable.I called into the office, spent time going through planning and costing the route I wanted to walk. Quick, efficient, great follow

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    Margaret, Ireland, Porto to Tui,

  • “Camino Ways and its staff were great to deal with and the farm house B and B’s they arranged were a real surprise and exceeded

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    Geoff, Australia, Sarria to Santiago,

  • “Communication with Camino Ways was always prompt and efficient. The organisation of our luggage went very smoothly. We had a great walk from Ourense to Santiago

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    Desley, Australia, Ourense to Santiago,

  • “Another first-class walking holiday… Just back from our fourth Camino walk with CaminoWays, this time from Ourense to Santiago. As we have come to expect

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