For believers in Catholicism, the Camino de Santiago is the greatest show of faith and has managed to position itself as a tradition, both for Europeans and foreigners, it is amazing how they have managed to keep all the routes
Each person has the right to have their beliefs as something personal, it is something that is learned and internalized with age and therefore patience is needed, to endure the many challenges that arise in our lives.
The Camino de Santiago is full of stories and has been the scene of great characters who have contributed to its formation and improvement with their contributions.
Winter is not an impediment to enjoy a good adventure on the Camino de Santiago. In fact it can be the best time to do it.
The Camino de Santiago can also be a good therapeutic resource for those who lack self-confidence and self-esteem. It is not just a simple pilgrimage.
The Camino de Santiago is an unforgettable experience. However, it is not a route that many people can do on their own.
The Way of St. James has also been conditioned by the restrictions that the whole world is suffering from the year 2020, due to the pandemic by the COVID-19 virus.
Apart from the Cathedral of Santiago, the most important on the Camino, there are many other renowned cathedrals that deserve to be highlighted.
We go back a thousand years to analyze this temple in a historical way will help you to enrich your visit.
Autumn is here, one of our favorite times to do the Camino de Santiago.
The English Way is the route that pilgrims from the British Isles used to make the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, passing through Ferrol and A Coruña.
Doing the Camino de Santiago in August at first may seem the least recommended month because of the high temperatures that may hinder the walk, but in reality it becomes a fantastic month whatever the path you choose.