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Vegan on the Camino

Vegan on the Camino

Vegan on the Camino It’s no longer uncommon to have a vegetarian or vegan diet and while countries like Spain, Portugual and Italy have traditionally had less options for vegans, being a vegan on the Camino de Santiago has gotten a lot easier. Still, it is good to prepared for the possibility of a lack …

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Camino Recipe: classic tortilla

Found on every menu along the Camino de Santiago routes, Tortilla (Spanish potato omelette) is an excellent Camino recipe and one of our all-time favourites. It is also given free as a ‘Pincho’ or ‘Tapa’ in many bars across Spain. It is an absolute must-try for your trip. Everyone has a different trick or technique …

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Camino Recipe: Tarta de Santiago (Santiago Almond Tart)

Tarta de Santiago Recipe If you are missing the flavours of the Camino de Santiago, our friends from foodfiesta.ie shared some tasty traditional recipes from various regions along the Camino so you can try them at home. And what better way to start your Camino recipe collection than Santiago’s classic almond tart, Tarta de Santiago? Ingredients: …

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Camino Recipe: Seafood Paella

Camino Recipe: Seafood Paella To celebrate Summer, our friends from Spanish catering company FoodFiesta.ie share this recipe for a classic Seafood Paella. Make it at home to remind you of the flavours of the Camino de Santiago and enjoy the weather! Seafood Paella Ingredients What you need: (serves 8 people) from FoodFiesta: • 8 tablespoons Spanish …

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10 Top Camino Portugués Foods

Top 10 Camino Portugués foods The Camino Portugues is the second most popular route of the Camino de Santiago after the Camino Frances, according to 2020 statistics from the Pilgrims Office in Santiago. If you are walking the Camino Portugues, these are 10 delicious Camino Portugués foods you should add to your list of things …

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Celebrate The Three Kings With This Roscón de Reyes Recipe

Roscón de Reyes Recipe Planning a Camino de Santiago-inspired Christmas? Roscón de Reyes is a very popular cake traditionally eaten on the day of Epiphany on January 6th. This is the day the ‘Three Wise Men’ or the ‘Three Kings’ bring presents to the children who have been good all year round! The cake usually has …

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Seafood on the Camino

Food on the Camino FAQ

Camino FAQ: Food on the Camino Travelling to the Camino de Santiago with Camino Ways.com? Many walkers booking a Camino de Santiago trip with us ask the Customer Care team about the Food on the Camino options included as part of the standard package. ‘What will I be eating?’ seems to be one of the most …

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Culinary delights of the Portuguese Coastal Camino

Culinary delights of the Portuguese Coastal Camino Mario from our Sales team introduces us to his favourite flavours and culinary delights of the Portuguese Coastal Camino and his home country: Portugal. Traveling allows us to explore and enjoy the different aspects of places we visit; the landscape, the people, the climate, the architecture, and among many …

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Why your next holiday should be a walking holiday

If you only book one holiday in 2016, make it a walking holiday. Here’s why: Walking is great exercise The health benefits of walking are innumerable. Studies have shown that not only does walking aid weight-loss .It also; improves sleep, lightens mood, leads to a longer life, lowers blood pressure, strengthens the heart and slows mental …

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Camino Recipe: pancakes

Happy pancake Tuesday from the CaminoWays.com team! Pancakes are a popular desert for Carnival time, Entroido in Galicia where they are called ‘filloas’ or ‘freixós’. If you are walking the Camino de Santiago this time of the year, you are in for a treat. Traditionally, they were also made with savoury ingredients. Here’s another easy …

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Scallop shell Camino souvenirs

The coolest Camino souvenirs

The scallop shell is without a doubt the most iconic and traditional Camino de Santiago souvenir. For centuries, the scallop shell has been worn by pilgrims on their way over and back from Santiago de Compostela. In addition to the classic scallop shell, the ‘coquille St Jacques’, 21st century pilgrims have many other cool Camino …

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Dinner on the Camino

Camino Recipe: Vegetable Paella

Paella is a traditional rice dish from the Valencia area, in the Eastern part of Spain, but it has become so popular you are likely to find it all over Spain, also along the Camino de Santiago, of course. Ingredients may vary. Our friends from Spanish food and catering specialist company FoodFiesta.ie have prepared this …

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