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The Last 100 km

From Sarria to Santiago. Discover the essence of the last 100 km of the Camino.

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The Camino de Finisterre

From Santiago de Compostela to Finisterre, this route can also be extended to Muxia.

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The Camino Ingles

From Ferrol to Santiago. This Camino route was historically followed by the British.

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End of The Camino Portugues

From Tui to Santiago. Feel the magic of the Portuguese Way’s final section.

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Start of The Camino Frances

From St Jean Pied de Port to Pamplona. One of the most beautiful sections.

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The Camino Portuguese Coastal

From Baiona to Santiago de Compostela. Enjoy the beauty of the Atlantic coast.

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How long time you need to make the Satiago’s Way?
How long time you need to make the Satiago’s Way?

It depends on the point you start your journey that you may have more or less kilometres to go all over. For this reason, we are going to elaborate a guide which considers all time lengths and dura...

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What should I bring to the Santiago’s way?
What should I bring to the Santiago’s way?

Are you thinking about doing the Santiago’s way? Don’t you know what you should bring into your rucksack? Would you like to know how to pack a good rucksack to do the way? If the answer is yes,...

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The Lighthouse Way: An adventure along the Costa da Morte
The Lighthouse Way: An adventure along the Costa da Morte

The Lighthouse Way or the Camino dos Faros is a route that runs along the coast of Galicia (Costa da Morte), connecting the Rías Altas and the Rías Baixas, the ...

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Do the Camino de Santiago in Easter
Do the Camino de Santiago in Easter

Easter is a very special time, and represents a very important festive setting for Catholics. Some take advantage to participate in religious activities, and others prefer join tha...

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