Who hasn't returned home with hundreds of photos of endless trails, yellow arrows or scallop shells? Here, we shall go over some of the images that every pilgrim should take away with them from the Camino de Santiago. If you are going to do some of the Jacobean Routes for the first time this year, pay close attention. And if you have already completed the Camino, there are surely none of them missing from your photo collection.
They share a common history of faith, a rich tradition of pilgrimage and routes with an important historical, cultural and spiritual heritage. They are the World Heritage Roads.
From drinking glass to symbol of Venus. Today we discover why the scallop became the pilgrim's emblem with Carina Regueiro, authors of the book Estrelas da despensa galega
Saint John's eve, the shortest and most magic night of the year. If you are doing Camino de Santiago that night, the mix could turn into a marvelous thing. We gather the main spanish traditions of this festivity.
Now that we are in the middle of Holy Week, we’ll share eight dishes typical of these festivities that you’ll be able to try on the Camino.
We continue our gastro-journey along the Camino de Santiago (St. James's Way) and this time we'll learn about the 10 traditional dishes of the Asturian gastronomy, from the fabada (Asturian Bean Stew) to the quesadielles ( Casadiellas)
From octopus á feira and lacón with turnip greens to albariño and coffee liqueur, Galician gastronomy has much to offer. Today we'll share some of it with you.
¡Buen Camino! Eso es lo que queremos en Correos, que los peregrinos puedan disfrutar al máximo de la experiencia del Camino y descubrir a través de nuestras postales nuevos lugares, historias, personas y experiencias sobre el Camino de Santiago.