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Portomarin and its two villages

Portomarin and its two villages Did you know that the whole village of Portomarin, on the last section of the Camino Francés, French Way Camino de Santiago, was moved to its current location in the 1960s, when the Miño River was dammed to build the Belesar reservoir (Encoro de Belesar). This meant the old Portomarín …

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Top Camino Summer Routes

Top Camino Summer Routes

Top Camino Summer Routes Grab your walking shoes, water bottle and camera, the summer is nearly here and we have picked four of the top summer routes on the Camino de Santiago. Start with a swim in the clear blue waters of Baiona and Vigo, enjoy the best tapas of Northern Spain or join in …

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Responsible travel with Camino Ways

Responsible Travel with Camino Ways

Responsible Travel with Camino Ways If you want to experience authentic local food and interact with people of diverse cultural backgrounds on your next holiday, then look no further. Responsible Travel with Camino Ways. Camino Ways, the walking and cycling tour specialists, offer a fun, relaxing and invigorating walking or cycling experience without harming culture, heritage …

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What is the Finisterrana?

What is the Finisterrana? Many of you will be familiar with the ‘Compostela’, the pilgrim certificate you can obtain from the Pilgrims Office in Santiago de Compostela if you have walked a minimum of 100kms of the Camino to the city or cycled at least the last 200kms. But did you know that there is …

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Accessibility on the Camino

I’ll Push You Accessible Camino Interview

I’ll Push You Accessible Camino Interview Seasoned Camino fans might remember ‘I’ll Push You’, the 2017 documentary following lifelong friends Justin Sheesuck and Patrick Gray as they embarked upon a unique journey along the Camino Frances. Justin struggles with a rare neurological disease which confines him to a wheelchair. After telling his best friend of …

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St Jean Pied de Port

Video: Watch the team walk the Camino from St.Jean Pied de Port

Watch the team walk the Camino from St.Jean Pied de Port Some members of the CaminoWays team walk the Camino Frances in the below video. Here at CaminoWays.com, we love everything about the Camino de Santiago, from the physical challenge and spiritual release to the food and social aspects. The Camino is for everyone, no …

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Walking the Camino

Why you should walk the Camino

By Canadian writer John Meyer, author of  ‘Shadows, Shells and Spain’ inspired by his Camino experience. Why you should walk the Camino I can put this rather simply: walking the Camino will test your body, open your mind, and stir your spirit. And in my opinion, all of these are potentially life-changing things! When I …

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Useful Galician for your Camino trip

Useful Galician for your Camino trip While on the Camino de Santiago you will encounter and befriend fellow pilgrims of many nationalities and many languages, particularly as you get closer to Santiago de Compostela. You might have learnt a bit of Spanish before but did you know Galicia has its own language? It is called ‘galego’, Galician. …

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