What do I wear on the bike? One of our frequently asked questions when it comes to cycling the Camino de Santiago is ‘What do I wear on the bike?’ When it comes to actually getting up on your bike and cycling the Camino, comfort is key. You don’t have to dress like a professional […]
Cycling the Camino de Santiago on an EMTB e-bike Did you know that the Camino de Santiago was traditionally travelled on foot or horseback? Today many people also cycle this ancient trail, and thanks to the joys of modern technology, you can even cycle the Camino on an e-bike! So if you are travelling with
Cycling the Camino is a beautiful alternative to walking. There are many advantages to cycling the Camino, including covering more ground in less time, and it’s easier if you bring children on the Camino. If you’re considering cycling along the Camino de Santiago routes, we’ve compiled a handy list to address your queries about cycling
What to pack for the Camino de Santiago hike/cycle? Preparing for the Camino de Santiago trip requires thoughtful planning, especially when it comes to packing. Here’s a guide to help you understand what to bring on the Camino and pack effectively, whether you’re hiking or cycling. Understanding Your Needs Route, Season, and Altitude Your clothing
Most of the hotels we work with along the Camino de Santiago will have a hairdryer in the rooms. If there is none, just ask at reception.
Final Payment Schedule for Your Camino de Santiago Holiday A frequently asked question by many of our clients is, ‘When is my final payment due?’ Understanding the importance of this query, we’ve prepared a detailed guide to help you effectively plan for your Camino de Santiago journey. Due Date for Final Payment The final payment
Pack the right gear for your Camino de Santiago cycling expedition. Learn what bike gear to bring – gloves, trousers, shirt & more!
Do I need a helmet? Yes, feel free to bring your own bicycle helmet if you are cycling the Camino de Santiago.
“Should I get travel insurance?” We highly advise that you opt for travel insurance before embarking on your Camino de Santiago journey. Travel insurance acts as a safety net, offering peace of mind and essential protection against a variety of unforeseen circumstances that might occur during your trip. What Does Basic Travel Insurance Cover? Travel
Want to cycle the Camino de Santiago? Remember to bring your SPD pedals if you have them. Do I bring my pedals cycling the camino?
Practical and fashionable clothing for dining at a restaurant after a day of walking or cycling the Camino. What should I wear?
What do People Wear at Dinner? Understanding Dinner Attire: “What Do People Wear at Dinner Camino?” “What do people wear at dinner Camino?”, it’s essential to emphasize that personal comfort is the priority. On the Camino, the evenings are as much a part of the experience as the days spent walking or cycling. After a
The Camino Pilgrim Passport, also known as the ‘Credencial’, is the modern-day version of the ‘documents of safe conduct’ given to medieval pilgrims and is an essential part of your Camino de Santiago experience. The Pilgrim Passport acts as proof that you have walked at least the last 100km of a route into Santiago, which
Camino Travel Update In our latest Camino FAQ, the Camino Travel June Update, we aim to answer all your most Frequently Asked Questions about the Camino and travel to the Camino in June 2021. With Spain now open for visitors and the vaccination drives going well in many countries, we should start seeing an increase in
How to access money on the Camino? Nobody wants the hassle of being without money on the Camino, or on any holiday really. If you’re in a really remote location, accessing money can be quite an ordeal. Luckily, this is most certainly not the case on the Camino de Santiago. Spain, like the rest of
In our latest Live Webinar series, the Director of Caminoways.com, Roland, and Ruben the Sales Manager will answer your Camino de Santiago FAQ. Whether you are a complete beginner or returning for your third Camino trip, we’ll go through some of the top questions we received before this webinar and some of the questions Roland
Food on the Via Francigena: 4 things to know Many of you have asked about the specifics of food on the Via Francigena. In today’s blog we’re going to cover food in Italy, including meal times, courses, etiquette, and what to expect, in general when dining on the Italian regions of the Via Francigena. Italy is
When is the best time to walk the Camino? This is a frequently asked question among pilgrims and one that has many possible answers! The best months to walk the Camino will depend on the route and section you choose but mainly on what ‘you’ expect to get out of your Camino journey; and how