The season is taking off in 2017 and more and more are beginning to plan their trip in the face of good weather, but where do the pilgrims who make the Camino de Santiago come from?
Have you ever thought about traveling the Camino de Santiago with your partner? Undoubtedly will bring to your life in common some benefits that we should not underestimate.
More than 200,000 pilgrims set a new record this year in the Camino de Santiago but, is this model sustainable?
With the high season already finished, the autumn offers us a very different Camino de Santiago, away from the large crowds of the summer months, but with a very special charm.
The Camino de San Salvador is a 130 km pilgrimage route that connects the cathedrals of León and Oviedo, a path of long tradition, with five demanding stages and incredible landscapes.
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