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Camino Portugués
glamping on the camino de santiago
Glamping on the Camino de Santiago: a new way to travel? Glamping, which comes from the combination of “glamour” and “camping” is a style of traveling that mixes traditional camping with the luxuries of hotel accommodations. It is an experience that allows you to feel the pleasure of being surrounded by nature without sacrificing any...
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camino de santiago problems
Learn about some possible Camino de Santiago problems and how to solve them Walking the Camino is an enjoyable experience, but it is always better to be prepared for any trouble. Here are some possible Camino de Santiago problems and the best ways to solve them. Don’t let anything spoil your adventure! “I have suffered...
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8 books inspired by the Camino de Santiago The Camino de Santiago has inspired many to write about their experiences along the pilgrimage.  Many novelists have chosen the Camino as a setting. Some, like Paulo Coelho, have even found their true calling thanks to their walk towards Santiago. Here are eight fiction and non-fiction books...
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Camino de Santiago Tour - GaliWonders
The Camino Walk Test: one route for each Pilgrim Did you know there is one Camino walk for each pilgrim?  It is commonly said that there are as many Camino de Santiago routes, as pilgrims walking them. But, which one should you choose? Here you have the ultimate Camino walk test: answer some simple questions, add...
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El Camino Portugués
The towns we can visit along the Portuguese Way will take us to the core of the traditions of Galicia region; let yourself be embraced by the gastronomy, the aroma, the people, and the landscapes.  Arcade is one of those villages that all pilgrims walking the Portuguese Way will have to go through on the...
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Camino de Santiago walk Galiwonders
Trevor Huxmhan walked the French Way and the Finisterre Way A few weeks ago we decided to create a directory with Blogs related to the Camino de Santiago, mainly written by international English speaking pilgrims. We thought it would be very interesting to know how this experience was seen by those who have to travel...
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Just a few kilometers far from Arcade, one of the main stops of the Portuguese Way, if we turn off the Camino, inland, we will arrive to Sotamayor, where it is located one of the most popular castles of the region. In this fortification used to live, on the XV century, one of the most...
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The Portuguese Way is the second most important route of the Camino, in number of Pilgrims that walk it every year, just surpassed by the French Way. Actually, during some specific months, the French Way can be quite overcrowded, and finding accommodation becomes a real challenge, particularly on the last 100 km. Good luck to...
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Camino de Santiago
Making use of the phrase “All roads lead to Rome´´, we can state, in a sense, that all roads lead to Santiago de Compostela as well. With many years of tradition, the Camino de Santiago is one of the most popular pilgrim routes in the world. As we know, the objective is the Camino itself,...
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