CaminoWays.com Launches Official Camino de Santiago Stamp
We are very excited with the arrival of our very own CaminoWays.com stamp for the pilgrim passport!
If you are doing the Camino de Santiago you can now visit our office Dublin’s city centre and get the first passport stamp of your journey to Santiago de Compostela.
Pilgrims booking with CaminoWays.com from overseas will get their pilgrim passport stamped at CaminoWays.com Dublin to mark the beginning of their Camino to Santiago.
The pilgrim passport is the progress book for those doing the Camino de Santiago and travellers must get the right number of stamps along the way to receive their ‘Compostela’, the religious certificate proving they have completed the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
Pilgrims must collect at least two stamps per day from churches, town halls or other official establishments on their way to Santiago (at least for the last 100km, if they are walking) and show their stamped Pilgrim Passport at the Pilgrims Office once they reach Santiago de Compostela.
Those walking or cycling the Camino for non-religious reasons can get a non-religious certificate in the Pilgrims Office in Santiago and they will also need the right amount of stamps on their pilgrim passport.
Starting your Camino in Ireland?
Just visit our office in Dublin and get your first stamp! We are located on the second floor at 16 Redmond’s Hill, Dublin 2, just 5 minutes from St Stephen’s Green. Directions for the CaminoWays.com office.
Request a free quote or book today by logging onto caminoways.com or calling +353 (0)1-525-28-86.
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*Read our article about the Pilgrim Passports, certificates and Compostelas