On July 31, 2021, the second Jubilee Year of the Ignatian Way will begin, which will last until the feast of St. Ignatius in 2022.
Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela during a Holy Year opens the opportunity to receive the Plenary Indulgence, which is the forgiveness of all sins.
Are you thinking of starting your physical preparation to do the Camino de Santiago?
We are getting more and more excited as the days pass by. 2021 is just around the corner. It will be a year like no other, because it is a Holy Year or Jubilee Year.
Without a doubt, one of the very best things about walking any of the Caminos to Santiago is the chance to enjoy the gastronomy of the regions that we pass through.
A message from our founder Marly Muci Ramos:
The yellow arrows are a symbol that evokes the Way of Saint James. We can see them in a lot of pictures. When we finally reach the Way and embark on our magical and mystical adventure we see them in
The Camino de Santiago is considered the most important Catholic pilgrimage in the world. Every year, thousands of people make a part of the way, or the whole way, to visit the tomb attributed to the apostle Santiago (St. James).
Curious on discovering the greatest films ever made about the Camino de Santiago (The Way of Saint James)? Well, you have landed in the right blog!
The current global health crisis has caused a great deal of uncertainty, and we would therefore like to outline our policy regarding this situation in order to resolve any questions or doubts that you might have.
Santiago de Compostela is one of the most visited destinations in Spain, receiving millions of tourists and pilgrims a year who want to get a glimpse of a city full of artistic, cultural and religious heritage.
Walking the Camino de Santiago is surely one of the most wonderful experiences you could ever do in your lifetime. So, if you have decided to embark on this amazing journey by foot you will need to choose the appropriate