If you like nature and rural landscapes then you will love the Camino Primitivo. You will cross forests and cultivated landscapes, as well as bucolic roads and small villages.
It is in the summer months when most pilgrims decide to do the Camino de Santiago, although it is not the most recommended season of the year due to the high temperatures.
In this new Camino created by Marly Camino, we want you to experience a unique and different way of doing the Camino de Santiago by sea, as the Apostle Santiago did centuries ago.
How many pilgrimage routes, beyond Santiago, do you know in Spain? Today we present you a very good alternative to the popular and magnificent Camino de Santiago: The Ignatian Way.
FITUR 2021 (International Tourism Trade Fair) was held last week at IFEMA (Madrid Trade Fair Institution). It is this year’s first annual event for world tourism professionals.
One of the hardest decisions I have ever made, and one that changed my life completely, was moving from Miami with my two children, who were 12 and 15 at the time, to Spain.
It’s very easy to lose hope in this current situation we’re living. But as Marly says “The best is yet to come”.
One of the most important rites in Santiago de Compostela is to enter the Cathedral of Santiago, and even more when it is done after having done some of the pilgrimage routes of the Camino de Santiago.
All pilgrims who make the different stages of the Camino de Santiago are amazed by the gastronomy of Spain, specifically Galicia.
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.
Do you know what is the Scallop of the Camino de Santiago? Have you ever been told why it is the symbol of this famous road in Spain?
There are many who say that May is, without a doubt, the best month to do the Camino de Santiago.