For centuries, pilgrims have been walking theCamino de Santiago following the many paths to Santiago de Compostela. Today, whether walking the Camino for spiritual reasons, fitness or to discover its natural beauty and heritage, the Camino is a trip of a lifetime. We offer hundreds of options from the Most Popular French Way, Coastal paths, the beginning, to a stroll in the vineyards…
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Camino de Santiago
For centuries, pilgrims have been walking the Camino de Santiago following the many paths to Santiago de Compostela and the tomb of St James. Today, whether walking the Camino for spiritual reasons, fitness or to discover its natural beauty and heritage, the Camino is a trip of a lifetime, a unique experience that inspires many, even after their journey is over.
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We would like to invite 10 clients and friends to join us on December 8th at the CaminoWays.com new headquarters – 22 Blackpitts, D08 PK3K, Dublin city centre. For the morning you will meet the team and participate in aRead more >
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At CaminoWays.com, the walking and cycling holiday specialists, we are launching a brand new Camino trail for Summer 2016: the spectacular Camino dos Faros, the Lighthouse Way. A superb coastal route, the Lighthouse Way takes in the wild and ruggedRead more >
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