Santiago de Compostela is the finishing point for all routes on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. If you happen to find yourself
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Many pilgrims have celebrated a special wedding anniversary, spent their honeymoon or even found love on the Camino. Since Valentine’s
The ‘Botafumeiro’ is the famous giant thurible or censer in Santiago de Compostela cathedral. A ‘Botafumeiro’ has been used since
Also known as Antroido, Entroido or Carnaval; Carnival is one of the best loved festivals in Galicia and across Spain,
CaminoWays.com, the cycling and walking holiday specialists, have just launched a new coastal trail: the magnificent Rota Vicentina Fishermen’s Trail in South
Easter or ‘Holy Week’ is widely celebrated across Spain, with many cities and towns along the Camino de Santiago hosting
The annual Camino statistics from the Pilgrims Office in Santiago give us a very interesting picture of the Camino de
Most people have a clear idea of why they want to walk the Camino de Santiago: for religious reasons, as
The latest Camino statistics from the Pilgrims Office in Santiago are out, giving us a very interesting insight into the
CaminoWays.com, the walking and cycling specialists, have picked 5 great Camino routes to experience in 2016, Holy Year of Mercy