Camino Blog & Articles

Welcome to our Camino de Santiago blog page! Embarking on this incredible journey, whether on foot or by bike, is more than a physical adventure – it’s a spiritual and emotional exploration, too. Here, we’re thrilled to share insights, advice, and heartfelt stories that make the Camino de Santiago much more than a simple trek.

Are you a seasoned pilgrim looking to reminisce or seeking new routes to explore? Maybe you’re a curious first-timer seeking guidance, tips, or simply a glimpse into this fascinating world. You’ve found the right place!

Journey Through Our Camino Blog Articles

  • Understanding the Camino: Learn about the rich history and various paths that weave through breathtaking landscapes. Discover what inspires thousands to walk or cycle these ancient trails every year.
  • Preparation and Tips: From essential packing lists to the best seasonal advice, find everything you need to prepare for a successful and enjoyable Camino experience.
  • Inspiring Stories: Real pilgrims share their intimate experiences, lessons learned, and the unforgettable connections they’ve made.
  • Culinary Camino Delights: Explore the gastronomical pleasures that await on the Camino. Enjoy regional specialities and uncover local hidden gems.
  • Health and Well-being: Walking or cycling the Camino requires physical and mental readiness. Here, we provide advice on training, staying healthy, and looking after your mind and body during the journey.
  • Travel Logistics: Need help with Camino route planning, Camino accommodation, or luggage transfer? Our practical guides cover everything, ensuring a smooth and worry-free adventure. (Download our free ebook)

Our blog is an open road that weaves through the hearts and minds of those who love the Camino de Santiago. Whether you’re planning a future pilgrimage or walking down memory lane, our articles are penned with love, knowledge, and a genuine desire to assist and inspire.

Join us, explore, and be part of this beautiful Camino community. We are here to guide, support, and walk with you, every step of the way. Happy reading, dear pilgrim!

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Weather on the Via Francigena

Weather on the Via Francigena The weather on the Via Francigena will depend on the season and the region you choose to travel to. Some parts of Italy can reach very high temperatures during Summer, but from Autumn to Spring, you will find colder days, even very cold ones. During late Autumn and Winter, some […]

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10 Things to do in Seville

The Via de la Plata starts in the magnificent city of Seville. This Camino de Santiago route was first of all a trading road used by the Romans to join the North and the South of Spain and it is by far the longest Camino (1000km). Seville is the capital and largest city of the

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The Puente de la Rabia Legend

The Puente de la Rabia Legend As you walk the Camino de Santiago along one of its many routes, you are likely to encounter various legends, myths and interesting stories related to the places you are visiting on your journey. As well as meeting people and being in touch with nature, this is one of

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July Webinar A Way for hikers

Camino hikers find many “Ways”

Camino hikers find many “Ways” In the movie entitled “The Way”, Martin Sheen takes viewers with him across northern Spain on the ancient pilgrimage route known as the St. James’ Way or the Camino de Santiago. This 500-mile route starts in the Pyrenees, flows down through the wine-growing region of Rioja, then across the Meseta

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Climbing Croagh Patrick on Reek Sunday

Reek Sunday

Reek Sunday Louise Nugent, archaeologist and specialist on Medieval pilgrimages, wrote this interesting article about the history behind Reek Sunday and Croagh Patrick, in County Mayo. Since we are heading there for our monthly Camino de Santiago prep walk, we thought you’d might be interested to find out more about the history behind it. To

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