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.

San Millan Yuso and Suso

This tiny settlement is dominated and defined by this UNESCO world heritage twin monastic complex.

Hill of Forgiveness

Erected in 1996, the pilgrim sculpture made by Vincent Galbete is today one of the great symbols of the Camino de Santiago.

Portugal’s Coastal Camino

The 21st-century revitalisation of the Camino de Santiago has led to the restoration of Portugal's wonderful coastal path.

The Barcelos Cockerel

The story goes that a Gallego (a man from Galicia), was passing through Barcelos on the pilgrim road to Santiago de Compostela.

Muxia – Cape Finisterre

At Muxia, you will reach the western limits of the ancient world and discover more about its myths and legends

Arriving In Santiago

The day you arrive at the Plaza Obradoiro to stand in front of the Cathedral of Santiago will be an emotional event.

Compostela – The Field of the Stars

Around 813 a hermit called Pelagio came to see the Bishop of Iria Flavia to report that he had witnessed a shower of stars.

Pulpo Gallego – Galician Octopus

Common octopus thrives in the colder waters of Galicia so it's not surprising they're one of the most common dishes.

Finisterre — World’s End

Finis-terrae was named by the Romans, who sacrificed every night here to ensure the return of the Sun each day

The Waters of Lavacolla

A Lavacolla is a village close to the city outskirts which takes its name from a small river.
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