How Strenuous is the Camino de Santiago?

Join Walk the Camino for our blog on how difficult it is to walk the Camino de Santiago and how to prepare. Read more…
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A Short History of the Camino de Santiago

Dive into the rich history of the Camino de Santiago and discover how Walk the Camino crafts personalized journeys on this timeless pilgrimage route.
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Camino History: Who was Saint James?

Join Walk the Camino and discover the profound legacy of Saint James, the spiritual figure behind the storied Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route.
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Pilgrim Routes In Scotland

Iona is a tiny island off the coast of Mull in the Inner Hebrides and is known as ‘The Cradle of Christianity’ in Scotland.

Cowal Pilgrim Way Weekend Break

This is a 3-night all-inclusive break, designed to give you a taster of one of Scotland’s recently revived ancient pilgrim ways.

Travel in 2021 – Book with Confidence

At last, we can see that restrictions are easing, and there are positive signs for travel opportunities ahead.

Holy Year 2021 Extended to 2022

The current Holy Year of 2021 has been extended to the end of 2022, as granted by The Pope.

Reasons to Walk Camino del Norte in Asturias

Asturias is one of the best-kept secrets in all of Spain, but it's gradually becoming more and more popular with walkers

1st July 2020 – The Camino is Back

Safety measures in place in hotels, bars and restaurants as well as public spaces.
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The Camino de Santiago for Solo Walkers

Join Walk the Camino for our tips and recommendations for walking the Camino as a solo traveller. Read more…

5 Ways to Walk The Camino in a Week

The 5 Camino Ways can be done in a week or less - but which is the right one for you?

Exploring the Kumano Kodo

The ancient trail passes through small villages and forest trails over the Kii Mountains to the three 'Grand Shrines of Kumano' Hongu, Nachi and Hatayama.
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