The long Road
Through the Ages
The Spanish Camino
Travelling the Road to Santiago de Compostela, where the remains of St James are said to be buried, is one of the oldest and most interesting journeys in Europe. The idea of pilgrimage seems to touch a chord in us. Pilgrims on the road to Compostela are as taken with the journey as with the destination.
We start in the city of Pamplona and make our way through the arid province of Navarre. Along the Camino we meet a variety of fascinating pilgrims, all headed in the same direction – to Santiago! Groups form quickly and enjoy sharing the Menu del Dia as well as sometimes staying in dormitory accommodations. The weather can be variable, as in cold and lots of rain. Depends on the time of year. Spring and Autumn are the best times to be on the Camino.
Santiago – Walking the Pilgrim Path: ISBN -0-9578968-1-6 (140pp)
A personal account of the unique and surprising Road to Santiago. The e-book is compatible with any PDF capable e-book reader or computer.
To be a Pilgrim
We’ve put together our experiences of life on the Camino to help you plan your journey. This book gives you a sense of what to expect on your own journey to Santiago de Compostela. Santiago – walking the pilgrim path includes:
- Camino History.
- Spanish Culture and Food.
- Pilgrim Information.
- The Story of the Knights Templar.
- Sites to Visit.
- Suggested Itinerary.
- Challenges and Rewards.
- Price includes Post.
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