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.
The Galician photographer Manuel G. Vicente shares a photographic radiography of the Camino de Santiago and the hospitality workers who fill it with fraternity and solidarity with the Camino con Correos.
There is a physical Camino de Santiago, which you travel kilometre by kilometre, and a spiritual or internal one, which allows for an encounter with oneself
The former Secretary General of the Council of Europe reviews the influence of the Camino de Santiago on the continent and vindicates its values and role as a union between cultures.
October 23, 1987, the Council of Europe distinguished the highly symbolic role of the Xacobea Route in the construction of Europe. Three decades later, we analysed what this recognition represented with José Antonio Ortiz, director of Peregrino magazine.
José Sanchís, 'Mocho', is the maker of small plastic hands that have been given since 1999 as a sign of fraternity. Today, we tell you his story.
¡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.