Which route to choose?

In case you have any doubts, we would like to help you choose which route to follow. Particularly if this is the first time you are going to walk the Camino. We would like to give you some tips to help you make your choice. Although ultimately, you should always listen your “inner voice” and let it guide you. Read more

The ritual at the Iron Cross

The Iron Cross, or “Cruz de Fierro”, is a monument located at the highest point of the French Way, in the Camino de Santiago. It is located in Mount Irago, between the Spanish cities of Foncebadon and Manjarin, within the Leon Mountains. Read more

What’s the meaning of The Pilgrim’s shell?

Learning the meaning of the Santiago shell is neither easy nor conclusive, since there is a wide diversity of opinions on its origins related to the pilgrimage to Santiago. Read more

Follow the signs !

The Camino de Santiago is in general a well-marked route; there is normally no doubt about what itinerary to follow. Read more

“The Higa”, pilgrims’ lucky charm

The Higa has always been a very popular luck charm through the history of mankind, and it has been traditionally linked to the Camino de Santiago and its pilgrims. “The Higa” is the representation of a fist, with the thumb sticking out between the index finger and the middle finger. Read more

The eastern path between St. Jean-Pied-de-Port and Roncesvalles will be closed for safety reasons, from November 1st 2017 to March 31st 2018.

From today until March 31 2018, the east path of the French Way between St. Jean-Pied-de-Port and Read more