The III photographic competition of Correos and iPeregrinos is already underway seeking to reflect on the beauty of the different routes and the many hues that characterize the Camino de Santiago.
We share with Rosana Montano, vice president of the Association of Friends of the Camino de Santiago in Argentina, her first experience as a hostel volunteer at the O Cebreiro public hostel.
The Tarjeta del Camino Portugués consists of a postcard tracing the Portuguese route with its various stages and space for seven special stamps bearing the unique landmarks found at each of the towns.
Correos has launched the 1st Call for Mail Art on the Camino de Santiago. You can send you art (created using any technique you like) to Post Office Box No. 18, Santiago de Compostela, CP 15702.
The Camino Portugués or Portuguese Way is the second most popular route among pilgrims, beaten only by the French Camino. If you're included in this group but don't have a clue where to depart from in Galicia, well then here are some tips for getting to Tui and so that you don't miss out on the Camino experience.
We’re celebrating World Environment Day with the story of Carmen, an eco-pilgrim who swapped her backpack for a rubbish bag which she used to collect cans and containers along the length of the Camino de Santiago.
¡Buen Camino! This is our wish at Correos! – that pilgrims can fully enjoy their Camino and discover new places, histories, people and experiences through our postcards.