Walking the Camino to Santiago, is still today and since over 1000 years, one of the oldest pilgrimage routes in Europe together with Rome. After the discovery of the relics of St James (Santiago) knights and pilgrims came from all over Europe to Santiago searching for their indulgences. The Codex Calixtinus, consider the first traveler’s guide book written was written for those pilgrims about the traditions, roads, bridges to cross, bandits… Each pilgrimage is different, and each pilgrim starts his own pilgrimage once the leave their homes. Today all along the French Road, that starts from the Pyrenees border between France and Spain and ends in Santiago there are many youth hostels for today´s pilgrims. This route takes about 30 days and not many have that amount of time.
We will suggest in our pages 2-3 options for today pilgrims that will include the following:
- Confirmed accommodation in nice inns/hotels/ hostels during your Camino pilgrimage,
- A piece of luggage transportation along your Camino every night between your accommodations,
- The Compostela, a certificated card that Pilgrims have to stamp daily along their road to Santiago in order to obtain at the end of the pilgrimage in Santiago, the Pilgrims Certificate ( Compostela). Don’t forget that you need to walk for a minimum of 100 kilometers to Santiago de Compostela and travel assistance along your Camino…
Sarria (1), Portomarin (1), Palas de Rei (1), Arzua (1), O Pino/Amenal (1), Santiago (1)
6 & 7 nights programs from 399 Euros (2018)
Lugo (1), A Ponte Ferreira (1), Melide (1), Arzua (1), O Pino/Amenal (1), Santiago (1)
6 night program from 374 Euros (2018)
Tui (1), Porriño (1), Redondela (1) Pontevedra (1), Caldas de Reis (1), Padrón (1),Santiago de Compostela (1)
7 night program from 486 Euros (2018)
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