The world famous Camino Frances hiking route along the greater Camino de Santiago is located in the very northwest corner of Spain and is an iconic pilgrimage route dating back [...]
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We regularly hear the phrase “boots on the ground” in relation to the military, and it’s for a reason. While scruffy hikers and their brightly coloured packs may contrast starkly [...]
Camino de Santiago – Did You Know? Did you know some of the interesting facts about the Camino de Santiago? Take a look at our infographic below to find out [...]
The Camino de Santiago is a 1,000 year old pilgrim route. Many people have walked it, and many more will. People have written Camino books about it. Others have been [...]
The Camino Frances is a 780km-long pilgrimage route beginning in France and ending in Santiago, Spain. The 110km section from Sarria to Santiago is very popular as it’s just enough [...]
Our new Camino Frances will be running from the months of March to October, meaning that you get the very best of the weather on the Camino! Weather on the [...]
If you’re thinking of walking the Camino, a Camino packing list is a very useful resource to have. What to bring on the Camino is very similar to any other [...]
How Long Is The Camino De Santiago? Asking ‘how long is the Camino de Santiago?’ is a very ambiguous question, given the fact that there are multiple Camino de Santiago [...]
What is the symbolism of the scallop shell on the Camino de Santiago? Read more on our hiking blog about its history, symbolism and links to St. James and the Camino.