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The latest Camino de Santiago articles and news by the team: practical tips, useful advice, colourful festivals, culture and traditions, what’s on and much more…


Finisterre Day Trip How it Works

Traditionally, Camino de Santiago pilgrims finished their journey by the Atlantic Ocean, at Cape Fisterra. Here they would burn their clothes, swim in the ocean

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New Year, New Camino, the walking and cycling holiday specialists, have just released five fantastic new walking and cycling routes across Spain, Portugal, Italy and Ireland – perfect

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Camino menu for Christmas

Looking to give your Christmas a Camino de Santiago touch? Here are nine ideas to help you create a Camino-inspired menu for Christmas! -Seafood Shellfish

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The coolest Camino souvenirs

The scallop shell is without a doubt the most iconic and traditional Camino de Santiago souvenir. For centuries, the scallop shell has been worn by

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Where does the Camino start?

Many people talk about ‘the Camino‘ but there are many ways, many ‘Caminos’, all leading to one place: Santiago de Compostela and the tomb of

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We want to share a big secret with you: our shiny new website with cycling and walking holidays in Ireland has just gone live.

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Unique Camino rituals

We have selected a few of the most unique Camino rituals: the classic pilgrim greeting, iconic stops… What are your favourite Camino de Santiago traditions?

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Christmas on the Camino?

While most pilgrims prefer to walk the Camino de Santiago from Spring to Autumn, the number of pilgrims who’d like to walk at winter time

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Meet at WTM

Press release date: 29th October 2014, the walking and cycling holiday specialists, will be exhibiting at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM), which is

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Spooky Santiago de Compostela

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

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7 Spooky Camino Facts

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

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The end of the year is fast approaching and we’d like to know if you enjoyed your trip with How can you send us

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Friends of Santiago Cathedral

Many of you have been asking about the scaffolding covering the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. Santiago Cathedral’s facade and towers are currently undergoing major

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Favourite Camino: Ribadiso

We continue our Favourite Camino series sharing by the team with Richard from our Travel Specialist and Customers Care team. His chosen favourite spot

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10% off your 2015 Camino

Want to walk the Camino in 2015? Book your trip now with, the walking and cycling holiday specialists, and receive a very special early

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