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The Holy Door of Santiago

The Holy Door is the most exclusive access to the Cathedral of Santiago and will be open this upcoming year, when we celebrate the Xacobeo 2021. Learn more about the Holy Door in this article!

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The Holy Door of Santiago

History of the Camino

The Camino de Santiago without pilgrims

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.

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The Camino de Santiago without pilgrims

Tips to do the Camino

Digital credential for the Holy Year

The digital Credential will be in force with the Xacobeo 2021 and in it the pilgrims will be able to register their steps through the different Jacobean Routes obtaining their stamps through the capture of QR codes.

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Digital credential for the Holy Year

Camino de Santiago and Covid-19

The Camino de Santiago and Covid-19

The Covid-19 crisis has forced to close the Jacobean Routes. We summarize how the situation is and the measures adopted by the Government to recover the return to normality

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The Camino de Santiago and Covid-19

Camino de Santiago and Covid-19

The Camino de Santiago “reopens” on July 1st

Santiago Cathedral, Pilgrim's Office and public and private hostels resume their activity from July 1st, facilitating the return of pilgrims to the Jacobean Routes, taking extreme health and safety measures against Covid-19.

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The Camino de Santiago “reopens” on July 1st

Camino de Santiago and Covid-19

Security in the hostels of the Camino de Santiago after Covid-19

The accommodations of the Jacobean Routes are working to become a "safe hostel". Here is a guide prepared by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality with measures for the prevention and reduction of infection by coronavirus in Spanish hostels.

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Security in the hostels of the Camino de Santiago after Covid-19

Culture & Traditions of the Camino

Recipes to savor the Camino de Santiago

Spanish omelette, Galician empanada, ajoarriero cod and Santiago pie. We suggest you tackle the Covid-19 from home cooking some of those dishes that automatically transport us to the Camino de Santiago.

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Recipes to savor the Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago and Covid-19

Plans to step on the Camino de Santiago without leaving your home

The Covid-19 crisis confine us at home and to stay safe. But that does not prevent us from conserving the Jacobean spirit and living the Camino de Santiago. We propose some ways to do it.

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Plans to step on the Camino de Santiago without leaving your home