Camino FAQs Articles

When planning a trip as big as walking or cycling the Camino de Santiago, whether it’s for a week or a month, you’re likely going to have some questions. Odds are, if you have a question, someone else also has also had the same query in the past. We have compiled our most frequently asked questions here in our Camino FAQs section of the Blog. If you don’t see your question here, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do our best to help you and answer any questions you may have. You never know, your question could end up being the next Camino FAQ!

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Camino Fundraising Challenges

All you need to know about Camino Fundraising Are you looking to raise money for a cause? The Camino is the perfect platform for it. This list includes some information about fundraising Challenges for our Camino charity hikes. If you require any further information, contact us. What type of fundraising groups do we work with?

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Travel insurance on the Camino

Should I get travel insurance? FAQ

“Should I get travel insurance?” We highly advise that you opt for travel insurance before embarking on your Camino de Santiago journey. Travel insurance acts as a safety net, offering peace of mind and essential protection against a variety of unforeseen circumstances that might occur during your trip. What Does Basic Travel Insurance Cover? Travel

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Small crowd of people on pilgrimage

FAQ: How many Pilgrims walked the Camino in 2020?

How many pilgrims walked the Camino in 2020? According to the statistics released from the Pilgrim’s Office in Santiago, 53,905 pilgrims collected their Compostela after completing their Camino. In comparison, 327,378 pilgrims collected their Compostela certificate in 2019. Below is an infographic with the top stats on who walked the Camino in 2020: Statistics on who

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What are Camino Casas Rurales?

What are Camino Casas Rurales? At, you can book your accommodation in some sections of the Camino de Santiago in ‘Casas Rurales’, sometimes called ‘Country Cottages’. Casas Rurales are unique boutique properties that have been lovingly restored by their owners, keeping some of the original features and homely traditional feel, combining them with all modern

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