How to Choose Your Camino de Santiago?

Once you’ve decided to do the Portuguese Camino de Santiago you need to know how to choose the best route for you.   The two main routes between Porto and Santiago de Compostela are the Central Portuguese Way and the Portuguese Coastal Way.   You can probably guess the main difference between them from the name but don’t […]

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When is the Best Time to do The Camino?

When thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago it’s important to plan ahead. For many people the Camino is among the most important experiences of their lifetime and, of course, that experience should be as close to perfect as possible. Choosing the best months to do the Camino is among the most relevant aspects of planning. […]

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Cycling the Portuguese Camino de Santiago

What you need to know about cycling the Portuguese Camino de Santiago While the ancient pilgrim trails through Portugal and Galicia to Santiago de Compostela were developed by walkers, the good news for cycling enthusiasts is that it’s also possible to cycle the Camino. Whether you opt to follow the Coastal Way, the Central Route or the lesser-travelled […]

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What is the Jacobean Year?

If you’ve been thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago chances are you’ve come across words like Jacobeo, Jacobean year or Jubilee.   Felt a bit confused with all the information? Don’t worry, we’ll explain you everything!   First, let us go back to 1122: that’s when the Pope Calixtus II gave the Diocese of […]

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