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02
Jul

3 Camino routes you can’t miss this Jacobean Year 2022

2022 is a great year for the Way of St. James. Not only have we been lucky enough to be able to extend the Jacobean Year for another year to enjoy it with normality, but also the stars have favored us with good weather, lifting of restrictive measures and the spirit of wanting to explore...
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23
Jun

Santiago’s Way From Ribadeo: Route Notes and Maps

How long does it take to do the Santiago’s Way from Ribadeo? Which route of the Way is the one that passes through this town? In this post we will find answers to this and many other questions about the last stretch of the Northern Way. The one that marks its last 215 km: from...
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17
Jun

San Juan Night: Spain’s Bonfire Night

The night of San Juan is getting closer, and for many a reason to enjoy a night surrounded by friends, fun and traditions. But what is the night of San Juan and what is its origin? If you are on the Camino during the next June 23rd and 24th, you should keep reading to make...
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13
Jun

The Atlantic Ocean: The Portuguese Coastal Way’s main character

It is said that in Greek mythology, the titan Atlas was punished by Zeus to watch over the pillars that supported the sky, represented by the Atlas Mountains in North Africa. It has been written that the colossus, to whom we owe the name of the Atlantic Ocean, knew the depths of the ocean like...
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03
Jun

What to expect on the Santiago way

When we face the Santiago Way for the first time, we usually ask ourselves if the experience is up to our expectations, when the right question would be if we are ready for what the Way entails, whether it’s physically or mentally. The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela can turn out to be an unforgettable...
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