Welcome to you, the pilgrim to be, the pilgrim on the way, and the pilgrim that has already been on a journey of a lifetime!

Here you’ll fine all the info you’ll need for your Camino. The routes, the towns, the accommodations.

Practical information. What to carry? When to go? How to take care of yourself? We’ve also included some Frequently Asked Questions. Hopefully they include yours too. 

Camino Ways Map
Camino Ways Map

Camino Ways

Camino Portugués

The Camino Portugués (Caminho Português in Portuguese) is the route from Portugal to Santiago de Compostela, and the second most popular among all the Caminos.…
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Camino de Muxía

The Camino de Muxía is sort of an alternative epilogue to the Camino. It starts in Santiago de Compostela and ends in Muxía, at the…
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Camino de Fisterra

The Camino de Fisterra is, to many, the natural continuation and epilogue to the Camino Francés, or any other Camino. It starts in Santiago de…
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Camino Primitivo

The Camino Primitivo is the oldest of all the Caminos. It starts in Oviedo, and joins the Camino Francés at Melide, but some pilgrims walking…
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Via Francigena

The Via Francigena follows the footsteps of Sigeric the Serious, Archbishop of Canterbury, who walked the way to Rome and back to be consecrated by…
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Camino Portugués Interior

The Caminho Português Interior (Caminho Português Interior in Portuguese) starts from Farminhão, near Viseu, and crosses into Spain after Chaves to join the southern branch…
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Camino Francés

The Camino Francés, the ‘classical’ Camino route runs from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France through Pamplona, Burgos, León and Astorga to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Useful…
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FAQ and Info

The compostela

In order to certify the completion of the pilgrimage, pilgrims have to obtain the compostela. For this purpose, back in history, badges were prepared, but…
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FAQ

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions. Hopefully they include yours too. About the Camino Isn’t the pilgrimage only for religious people? NO. According to statistics,…
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The credencial

The credencial is the pilgrims’ ‘passport’ on the Way, a 14-page, accordion-pleated document, obtainable in advance or during the pilgrimage. Besides some of the pilgrims’…
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