This name is given to the route taken by the first pilgrim to visit the tomb of the Apostle
This is an ancient tradition carried out by pilgrims arriving at Fisterra and it involves several environmental problems
We tell you what is exactly the botafumeiro of the Cathedral of Santiago, what it is for and what days of the year you will see it on the move
Almost 800 years after his death, the remains of the Apostle were found thanks to a star that marked his location
If you are thinking of starting the Camino de Santiago, you are probably asking yourself basic questions such as where the Jacobean route begins and ends. We tell you about the main routes to Santiago de Compostela.
Here you will find all the latest from the Camino de Santiago and the most useful news for pilgrims who plan their journey, whether beginner or a veteran. The Camino generates a lot of social, cultural and economic information that we want to bring you through our blog, backed by a team very passionate about the Jacobean Route. The news of the Camino we want to bring you start from the most popular and traditional routes and end in the most beautiful, challenging and less crowded, with its different stages, the preservation of their heritage and infrastructure or cultural initiatives.
We will also be very attentive to the initiatives of the various associations of friends of the Camino, which are so important in assisting the pilgrim, in addition to ensuring the conservation of the routes to the Camino de Santiago de Compostela . We also want to help you making your trip in the best possible way, informing about all the opportunities and services available to the pilgrim, without neglecting the state of the paths or changes in any type of signaling, so you always find your way. Nor we leave aside all the news generated by public institutions in relation to the Camino each year or private initiatives related to the Jacobean Route that may be of interest to the pilgrim.
You will find a very special part of our coverage in the news related to the shelters of the Camino, the gastronomy and meteorology as well as the achievement of the Compostela (the pilgrim's credential) and the best options when moving to your starting point (and coming back home safely).
Be sure to be informed about the actuality of the Camino de Santiago before planning your trip to always know the state of the paths, the advantages and disadvantages of each route and the updates of our agenda, to make your trip an unforgettable experience.
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