Take a pilgrimage with a difference on the Camino Primitivo

camino-primitivo-caminowaysPress release date: 26th March 2012

If you want a relaxing holiday which combines walking, sightseeing and spirituality then taking a Camino Ways pilgrimage could be just for you.

The Camino Primitivo, or Original Way, is the first pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and to the remains of St. James. The route, which is split into 2 walking sections, one of 10 nights and one of six nights, is quiet and unspoilt.

Sights along the route include the Walled City of Lugo, the Embalse de Salime, which is the largest Spanish damn, and of course, the Cathedral de Santiago. Another exciting site along the route is the Cathedral of San Salvador which is home to a Romanesque statue of Christ that dates back to 100 years prior to the Camino.
While on this pilgrimage, you will take part in a religious programme which includes a pilgrims mass in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. There is also an evening mass every night, at 8pm, in the villages and towns which includes special benedictions for the pilgrims.

During the trek, you will stay in accommodation, on a half-board basis, which has been hand-picked by the Camino Ways team.

Camino Ways, the walking and cycling holiday specialists, are now offering this pilgrimage holiday from just €590pps.

Price includes: Luggage transfers from hotel to hotel, en-suite rooms in selected accommodation on a half-board basis, a holiday pack.

Price does not include: Return flights, insurance, drinks/dinner on the first night or airport transfers.
To book, or for further information visit caminoways.com or call 01 525 28 86

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