Get out of the monotony, isolate ourselves completely from the routine, know the history of other pilgrims; In short, leave our comfort zone. We tell you how the Camino can change everything.
We chatted with Jabo, an adventurer who traveled the Camino de Santiago in the early 90s when he barely was 6 years old, a way that has changed a lot
The Portuguese Way is one of the best prepared routes for pilgrims; It starts from the Galician city of Tui, which is well connected with Vigo.
November on the Camino de Santiago begins to be a hard month for the pilgrim, with temperatures that can drop sharply and almost assured rainfall.
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