Many of us spend our lives from one meeting to another, trapped in strict schedules, meeting deadlines and when we get home, we end up sheltering between screens. If that is your case, the Camino de Santiago can be your medicine for a few days; a place of perfect retreat in which to put the head in order and appreciate the best of what surrounds us.
The Camino de Santiago is accessible to everyone and has numerous guides that provide all the necessary information to plan the adventure correctly.
The most recent Holy Year was celebrated in 2010 and following the sequence of 6, 5, 6 and 11 Jacobean years, the most current one will take place next July 25, 2021.
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.
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