Video : how to download our free Camino eBooks

Here at Caminoways we love writing about the Camino so much that we decided we had to take the next step up from blogging. That’s right, we were going to write a book. A couple of years later and we’ve amassed quite a collection. Our books aren’t available to buy, they come digitally as eBooks, which means that we don’t incur cost or waste any paper. The best thing about that is we can deliver them to you completely free of charge! Our catalogue now includes our Camino Beginners guide, Packing Guide, Camino Phrasebook, Via Francigena eBook and Fitness eBook. We also have a few more on our sister site,

The feedback has been amazing so far, and thanks to all of you who have downloaded the eBooks, we hope that you’ve really enjoyed them! We have also had some reports of people struggling to download the eBooks, and other Caminoers who couldn’t find them on our new website. We decided to put together a little video tutorial explaining a bit more about our eBooks, how to get them, and what to do after they’re downloaded.

This will be the first in a series of tutorial videos over the coming months, so if there’s something that you’d like to see please leave a comment in the section below and we’ll do our best to include it in the schedule.

Enjoy the video

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  1. By Maria

    Hi Arthur, thank you for getting in contact. We have two Camino routes coming from Portugal: the classic Camino Portugues that starts in Lisbon (see route options here: and the Portuguese Coastal Way from Porto (see here: It would take you approximately 2 weeks to walk from Porto to Santiago for instance, whether you’d like to take the classic route or the coastal option. Let us know if you require additional information or a quote for your trip. Kind regards.

  2. By Arthur I Gallagher

    Has your company much experience/ information on the Portuguese Camino Walk ?

  3. By Maria

    Thank you for getting in touch, Peter. We are currently reviewing the Catalan route and we are hoping to have it back up and running in the coming weeks. Here’s the information about the Aragones or Arles Way: Let us know if you need anything else. Kind regards.

  4. By Peter Thomas

    Do you have information about the Camino Catalán and Aragón?
    Thank you
    Peter Thomas

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