Camino Frances

The Fascinating History of Portomarín on the Camino Francés

Portomarín’s Historical Charm Portomarín, nestled in the heart of Galicia, Spain, stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of history and culture. As a vital stop on the Camino Francés, one of the Camino de Santiago‘s most traversed routes, this town captivates travellers with its rich heritage and picturesque setting. In this blog, we

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Is the Camino Too Crowded?

The Camino de Santiago draws in travellers from all corners of the world. Whether you’re lacing up your hiking boots for personal growth, spiritual discovery, or the sheer thrill of exploring, one question seems to persist: “Is the Camino too crowded?” Here we explore what the Camino has to offer, no matter the season or

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Discover Gaudí’s Architecture along the Camino

Barcelona While Barcelona often steals the limelight as the epicentre of the extraordinary architect Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces in Spain, walking or cycling the Camino de Santiago offers ample opportunity for architecture fans to discover Gaudi’s works along the Camino. Antoni Gaudí was a Spanish architect renowned for his unique approach and distinctive style. Born in

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What is the St James Way?

What is the St James Way? The St James Way, also known as the ‘Way of Saint James’, is one of the most ancient and popular pilgrimage routes in the world. Often referred to as the Camino de Santiago or ‘the Camino’, the St James Way takes pilgrims through many different routes across Spain, France

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Burgos Cathedral, Camino Francés

Burgos | The Camino Frances

Burgos | The Camino Frances Burgos, on the Camino Frances,  is situated at the edge of the central plateau and is the capital of the province of the same name, in the autonomous community of Castile and León. The city forms the principal crossway between north Spain and the Camino de Santiago, which goes through

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