All our Camino de Santiago tours include access to a 24/7 assistance number provided as part of your Travel Documents. This assistance number is designed to give you peace of mind and provide assistance with possible issues that might arise during your trip. The Assistance Phone Number will be provided 48 hours before departure. This is the […]
How to choose between the Camino de Santiago vs Via Francigena? In this piece, we delve into the fascinating world of Europe’s most renowned heritage trails: the Camino de Santiago and the Via Francigena. Both paths are steeped in history and offer unique journeys for travellers seeking spiritual, cultural, or physical challenges. But how do
5 Special Places To Experience The Camino at Easter Easter, or Holy Week, sees widespread celebrations in Spain, with towns and cities along the Camino de Santiago staging grand processions. A wide array of destinations offers diverse experiences of the Camino at Easter. From coastal celebrations to famous locations or traditional settings, the Camino offers
Starting the Camino de Santiago is a soulful, spiritual journey and a culinary adventure that excites the taste buds. The Camino weaves through various regions, each offering unique and delectable dishes that reflect the rich cultural heritage of Spain. This guide will take you through the culinary delights that await you on the Camino, ensuring
What do I wear on the bike? One of our frequently asked questions when it comes to cycling the Camino de Santiago is ‘What do I wear on the bike?’ When it comes to actually getting up on your bike and cycling the Camino, comfort is key. You don’t have to dress like a professional
Journeying along the Camino de Santiago is not only a personal pilgrimage but also an opportunity to practise sustainable travel. Traversing Spain, Italy, France, and Portugal, these ancient paths merge cultural depth, spirituality, and physical trials. It winds through stunning landscapes, offering a rare mix of cultural exploration, reflective spirituality, and bodily tests. Walking these
Embarking on a journey along the Camino de Santiago is not just a physical trek but a voyage through the rich tapestry of history, culture, and spirituality that has been woven over centuries. Each Camino route offers its unique array of cultural gems, from majestic cathedrals to quaint villages, each with its own story to
Starting a Camino de Santiago journey is a unique adventure that challenges you physically and enriches you spiritually. Among the various Camino de Santiago Routes available, the Finisterre Camino holds a special place for its distinct direction and the unique opportunity it presents. But a question often arises among modern pilgrims: Can you walk the
Discover Santiago de Compostela’s delicious traditional dishes – from Tarta de Santiago and Pulpo a la Gallega to other Galician delights.
Commencing the Camino de Santiago is a journey of both body and spirit. However, it’s the rest days that often bring unexpected adventures and profound relaxation. Whether it’s to overcome jetlag before you commence your trek, or as a welcome interlude midway, incorporating rest days can enhance and rejuvenate your Camino experience. Let’s explore some
Embark on a solo Camino de Santiago adventure, relishing stunning landscapes, local flavours, and a liberating escape from daily life.
The Ultimate Guide To Choosing Your Camino If you’ve been hearing the call of the Camino, that means it’s time to plan your perfect Camino de Santiago adventure by choosing the best Camino route for your bucket list trip! Now, we know that trying to choose the ideal route can be a little bit overwhelming,
One of the first questions that people ask us at CaminoWays.com is: ‘Do I need to train for the Camino de Santiago?’ or ‘Can you do the Camino without training? The short answer to both questions is yes. But don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Our travel consultants at CaminoWays.com have prepared this useful list
The Camino de Santiago, a centuries-old pilgrimage route that traverses through Spain and other parts of Europe, is a journey that captivates the hearts and souls of thousands of travellers every year. Among the many questions that pilgrims-to-be ponder, one commonly asked is: “How hard is the first day of the Camino de Santiago?” Let’s
Cycling the Camino de Santiago on an EMTB e-bike Did you know that the Camino de Santiago was traditionally travelled on foot or horseback? Today many people also cycle this ancient trail, and thanks to the joys of modern technology, you can even cycle the Camino on an e-bike! So if you are travelling with
Cycling the Camino is a beautiful alternative to walking. There are many advantages to cycling the Camino, including covering more ground in less time, and it’s easier if you bring children on the Camino. If you’re considering cycling along the Camino de Santiago routes, we’ve compiled a handy list to address your queries about cycling
What to pack for the Camino de Santiago hike/cycle? Preparing for the Camino de Santiago trip requires thoughtful planning, especially when it comes to packing. Here’s a guide to help you understand what to bring on the Camino and pack effectively, whether you’re hiking or cycling. Understanding Your Needs Route, Season, and Altitude Your clothing
Most of the hotels we work with along the Camino de Santiago will have a hairdryer in the rooms. If there is none, just ask at reception.