The Pilgrims Passport

The pilgrims passport, of the Credencial, is what pilgrims bring with them on their walk collecting stamps along the way, proving that hey have walked “all the way”. It is recommended to get two stamps per day if you are walking from within Galicia. Once you arrive at the pilgrims office in Santiago, before they…

Rain gear

Good rain gear is important since Galicia is known for its rain. Especially in the fall, winter and spring. The Altus poncho (picture) seems to be a favorite among many pilgrims. Have a look at the rain gear discussion over in the forum for details.

Good and bad albergues

If you are planning to stay in albergues along your Camino, you need to know that there are some good ones… and then som, not so good. Our forum members have some recommendations on good and bad alberuges on the Camino Frances over in this forum post.

Trekking poles or not…

Some people like it and can not walk the camino without it, some popel don’t see the point and they feel like the trekking poes comes “in the way”. There is a great discussion on trekking poles topic over in the forum.

The Pilgrim Menu

If you are going to walk so many days, you need to find some good food along the way to keep you going. Spain has a lot of good food and wine, and even food especially for pilgrims. The Pilgrim Menu is a menu, prepared for pilgrims, usually at a good price. The image above…