The gastronomy of the Camino de Santiago is varied and rich, full of unique dishes that warm the soul of the pilgrim, as is the case of the Galician soup.
If you visit Asturias during el Camino de Santiago you will be able to taste a lot of meals of their local gastronomy, like the delicious "fabada asturiana".
We tell you who was this religious writer of the eighth century, who greatly exalted the figure of the Apostle Santiago
How many days do you have available to travel the Camino de Santiago? If you have 10 days to walk, here are our tips on how to carry it out.
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