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Carnival on the Via Francigena

The festival of Carnival has become synonymous worldwide with the South American nation of Brazil. But Carnival is actually celebrated in towns and villages all across Europe. In this week’s blog post we’ll take a look at Carnival on the Via Francigena, with a round-up of the most traditional and unusual traditions to be found across Italy. Carnevale de …

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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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The Fishermen’s Trail: Walk Portugal’s Wilderness

The Fishermen’s Trail: Walk Portugal’s Wilderness I’m sitting on a sun-warmed boulder, applying an undercoat of factor 50 to face, neck and limbs, when the first dollops of a downpour sent me rummaging for my waterproofs. The Fishermen’s Trail: Walk Portugal. It’s late October in southern Portugal, so a drop of rain is to be expected …

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Girl on a walking holiday

Inexperienced Walker Camino Tips

Inexperienced Walker Camino Tips Walking the Camino can sometimes be challenging depending on the trail, the kilometres travelled, and fitness. For the Tips for Inexperienced Camino Walkers, if you are not well prepared, you might not enjoy your Camino as much as you should. When I walked the French Way in the Pyrenees (from Saint …

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Technology free experience on the Camino

Technology Free Camino

Technology Free Camino Do you have wireless? Is there a password? Excuse me while I post on Facebook, comment on Twitter, edit my Instagram snaps, share a LinkedIn update and remove myself from the real world. Instead of asking ourselves how will we get connected, let’s takes a digital break from the daily digital distractions …

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Celtic Camino Festival in Ireland

Celtic Camino Festival The first Celtic Camino festival is in County Mayo this April, organised by the Camino Society Ireland. CaminoWays.com, the Camino experts, are delighted to support this great event attracting Camino enthusiasts across Ireland. The Celtic Camino Festival in Ireland generally takes place the second weekend of April from Friday to Sunday in …

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Soul searching on the Camino

Video: Camino de Santiago ‘A Journey for the Soul’

Video: Camino de Santiago ‘A Journey for the Soul’ We are delighted to present our latest Camino video project, that captures the magic of the ancient pilgrimage. 280,000 people walk the trail every year, and it means something different to each of them. Whatever the reason pilgrims decide to embark on the journey, everyone agrees …

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Monsterrat holy mountain in Catalonia

Montserrat: Catalonia’s Holy Mountain

The Camino Catalán to Santiago de Compostela follows a path that takes pilgrims walking from the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian peninsula all the way to Atlantic Galicia. The Camino Catalán crosses Catalonia before joining up with the French Way in La Rioja where walkers can continue on their way to Santiago. 60km West of Barcelona and along the …

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