We are celebrating St James Day giving away a week on the Camino!

Each 25th July we celebrate St James Day, the most special day on the Camino calendar. This year we are celebrating St James Day with all our loyal friends and followers giving away a week on the Camino for you and a friend.

All you have to do is share the reasons you’d like to experience the Camino de Santiago and which route you’d like to take. Post your comment here on our blog and share the page with your friends so they can also enter. We will announce the lucky winner on 25th July, St James Day!

The prize includes 7 nights accommodation and luggage transfer for 2 people on any of our Camino routes in Spain, France or Portugal. We’ll also have a couple of CaminoWays.com goodie bags to send to two runners up. Best of luck and wishing you all a Happy St James Day!

*Terms and Conditions: Flights are not included. Prize includes 7 nights accommodation and luggage transfer for 2 people on a sharing basis (double or twin room). Prize can not be exchanged for cash and is not transferrable. Prize is valid for 12 months. Winner must book and travel by 25th July 2020. Travel dates will depend on availability. Additional days and services can be booked with the CaminoWays.com team.

Why would you like to experience the Camino de Santiago and which Camino route would you like to take to Santiago?

Comments

  1. By Jessica Muniz

    Any camino route

  2. By Jessica Muniz

    Recently diagnosed with Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma and want to commit to el camino for all those battling any type of cancer diagnosis.

  3. By Kelly Borg

    I am on a spiritual journey following a year where I have undergone 7 operations on my eyes to save my sight and the PTSD that followed. My husband and I are already in training for a Portuguese Coastal Camino (we’re now up to 6kms per day). Have lost 23lb in weight to help in our adventure. Just returned Sunday from ‘easy’ hiking in the Swiss Alps. I feel blessed and thankful for my life and sight that I still have.

  4. By Mary

    I forgot to say which route! I think I’d like the Camino Frances but I’m open to anything :)

  5. By Mary

    I’m feeling very lost at this point in my life – where should I live, what should I be doing, all the usual mid-30’s concerns. I would LOVE a week or two just to walk with me, myself, and my thoughts – to sort it all out while being physically and mentally challenged.

  6. By Margaret Crowley

    I look after children with special needs all year and found it energizing to do the Camino this year and would love to share this experience again with someone. The Camino is more than a pilgrimage. It’s an eye opening experience, a journey of healing and reflection. I would love to have the opportunity to do the sarria to compostela route and become part of the way once more. 😊

  7. By Roberto U Velasco

    God willing, I would love to re-experience the Camino Frances. This is one activity that I believe contributes to understanding and accepting oneself and others. Sharing with other peregrinos taught me a lot of humility and honesty. Along the meseta, is a wonderful time for meaningful introspection and depending on one’s faith and time for conversation with your maker.
    Bueno Camino. My wife and I used caminoways in 2013 (from Sarria) and in 2015 (from SJPdP)..
    roberto velasco

  8. By Frances

    Portugal with my sister Susan

  9. By Samantha Murphy

    The last 4 years have seen my health deteriorate massively with various illnesses, including fibromyalgia and arthritis and my life has been put on hold because of it. So this would be a massive boost for me, as I never otherwise get a holiday either, to go and seek some fun in nature, in a fabulous shared opportunity with my best friend!

  10. By Marie Coleman

    i have a chronic illness resulting in me being an avid walker as a opposed to a long distance runner my dream is to do the camino with my friend Ann my preferred route the portugese way for starters as it looks like one of the easier routes ……one has to s5art somewhere who knows after that

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