History of the Camino28-01-2021
We take stock of this 2020, a year in which the Camino was empty for months, albergues and other accommodation were forced to close their doors and the number of pilgrims who made it to Santiago and picked up their Compostela barely reached 50.000.READ MORE
History of the Camino06-10-2020
The global Covid-19 crisis has caused a 75% drop in the number of pilgrims since July 1st. The pilgrim profile this summer has been male, Spanish and walking the Camino Francés on foot.READ MORE
History of the Camino27-09-2019
From best sellers to self-help guides, personal accounts, guidebooks or recipes with the best dishes. Today we suggest ten books that will make you enjoy the Jacobean RouteREAD MORE
History of the Camino25-06-2019
Documentaries, dramas, comedies... there are many movies set on the Camino de Santiago that will help you get a first glimpse at what you will see on this journey or remind you of the times you walk those trails, right from the comfort of your home.
On todays blog, we take a look at different Camino movies that may help you make up your mind and decide to take up the challenge of walking The Way.READ MORE
History of the Camino26-04-2018
The yellow arrow, established by the parish priest Elías Valiña in the 70s, becomes the only valid sign to mark the direction of the Camino de SantiagoREAD MORE
History of the Camino29-12-2016
The order of the Templar Knights left its mark on the Camino de Santiago with many constructions of incomparable beauty. Today we'll share some of them with you.