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Ruben is from Barcelona. He likes going hiking with his wife to enjoy nature. They call him the 'the King of Cheesecake', for obvious reasons and he is at his happiest sharing a nice bottle of wine with friends while talking about life.

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48 hours in Porto

Portugal is an outstanding and diverse country, full of possibilities, different landscapes, and kind and generous people. After Lisbon, Porto is its biggest city. We got a taste for this wonderful city on the Portuguese Coastal Way. As pilgrims, we are aware of the limited time you have to discover each new place. Therefore, we want […]

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Portugal is an outstanding and diverse country, full of possibilities, different landscapes, and kind and generous people. After Lisbon, Porto is its biggest city. We got a taste for this wonderful city on the Portuguese Coastal Way. As pilgrims, we are aware of the limited time you have to discover each new place. Therefore, we want

Where does the Camino de Santiago start?

[Live] Webinar Feb 2021 | Camino de Santiago FAQ

In our latest Live Webinar series, the Director of Caminoways.com, Roland, and Ruben the Sales Manager will answer your Camino de Santiago FAQ. Whether you are a complete beginner or returning for your third Camino trip, we’ll go through some of the top questions we received before this webinar and some of the questions Roland

[Live] Webinar Feb 2021 | Camino de Santiago FAQ Read More »

In our latest Live Webinar series, the Director of Caminoways.com, Roland, and Ruben the Sales Manager will answer your Camino de Santiago FAQ. Whether you are a complete beginner or returning for your third Camino trip, we’ll go through some of the top questions we received before this webinar and some of the questions Roland

Camino Finisterre Video: The Finisterre Way to Muxia

Enjoy this Camino video of the Finisterre Way, the only Camino de Santiago route starting in Santiago de Compostela and taking pilgrims to the region known as Costa da Morte (the Coast of Death), in Galicia’s rugged Atlantic Coast. Camino Finisterre Video More information about this Camino Finisterre Video Pre-Christian communities worshipped the sun in Fisterra, believed

Camino Finisterre Video: The Finisterre Way to Muxia Read More »

Enjoy this Camino video of the Finisterre Way, the only Camino de Santiago route starting in Santiago de Compostela and taking pilgrims to the region known as Costa da Morte (the Coast of Death), in Galicia’s rugged Atlantic Coast. Camino Finisterre Video More information about this Camino Finisterre Video Pre-Christian communities worshipped the sun in Fisterra, believed

Weather on the Camino de Santiago

The weather on the Camino de Santiago will depend on the season and the region you choose to travel to. Some parts of Spain can reach very high temperatures during Summer, but from Autumn to Spring you will find colder days. There is a season to suit everyone! During late Autumn and Winter, some hotels

Weather on the Camino de Santiago Read More »

The weather on the Camino de Santiago will depend on the season and the region you choose to travel to. Some parts of Spain can reach very high temperatures during Summer, but from Autumn to Spring you will find colder days. There is a season to suit everyone! During late Autumn and Winter, some hotels

Walking the Camino

Ruben’s Camino story

This week, our colleague Ruben shares his special Camino story: Ruben: Jennifer, what do you think about doing something different for our wedding’s anniversary this year? Jennifer: What do you mean by different? I was thinking of a nice trip to Paris tasting a bottle of French wine from the 2nd floor of the Eiffel

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This week, our colleague Ruben shares his special Camino story: Ruben: Jennifer, what do you think about doing something different for our wedding’s anniversary this year? Jennifer: What do you mean by different? I was thinking of a nice trip to Paris tasting a bottle of French wine from the 2nd floor of the Eiffel

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Montserrat: Catalonia’s Holy Mountain

The Camino Catalán to Santiago de Compostela follows a path that takes pilgrims walking from the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian peninsula all the way to Atlantic Galicia. The Camino Catalán crosses Catalonia before joining up with the French Way in La Rioja where walkers can continue on their way to Santiago. 60km West of Barcelona and along the

Montserrat: Catalonia’s Holy Mountain Read More »

The Camino Catalán to Santiago de Compostela follows a path that takes pilgrims walking from the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian peninsula all the way to Atlantic Galicia. The Camino Catalán crosses Catalonia before joining up with the French Way in La Rioja where walkers can continue on their way to Santiago. 60km West of Barcelona and along the

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