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.

Monte Do Gozo – Mount of Joy

Monte del Gozo or Mount Joy, a modest little hill (380m) at the end of the Camino Frances, provides a special moment at the end of the journey.

Semana Santa – Holy Week

From the smallest village to the capital city, pretty much everyone turns out to witness Semana Santa and the atmosphere can be highly affecting.

Santiago’s No 1 Hotel – Parador Dos Reis Catolicos

One of the most famous hotels in Europe lies at the end of the Camino Frances. It's called the Parador Dos Reis Catolicos.

Horseback Camino

For those pilgrims on foot, you can have a mini experience of riding the Camino on a lovely, surefooted Spanish horse.

Irache Wine Fountain

The Monastery of Irache is located near the little town of Ayegui, surrounded by vineyards, belonging to the Bodegas Irache.

The Codex Calixtinus

The Codex Calixtinus is an elaborately decorated, medieval manuscript and one of Spain's most valuable cultural artefacts.

The Church of Saint Mary of Eunate

The Church Saint Mary of Eunate stands isolated in the middle of an expanse of fields in Navarra province.

Pilgrimage – The Road To Santiago; Episode One

The Road to Santiago which aired last Friday on BBC2 was thoroughly enjoyable viewing.

1st Day of the Camino de Santiago

The first day or two of the full Camino de Santiago involves getting over the Pyrenees.

Pilgrimage: The Road to Santiago

Have you ever wondered whether you'd enjoy taking part in the Camino de Santiago?
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