Search 59,165 Camino Questions

A donation to the forum removes ads for you, and supports Ivar in his work running it

Camino Way Markers
Original Camino Way markers made in bronze. Two models, one from Castilla & Leon and the other from Galicia.
how to successfully prepare for your Camino
This book's focus is on reducing the risk of failure through being well prepared.

Search results

  1. H

    New guide to the Voie Littorale: Soulac to Hendaye

    I'm happy to announce that we have just added an on-line guide to the Voie Littorale, which runs down the Atlantic coast from the mouth of the Garonne to the Spanish border, to the CSJ website. It's in .pdf format for double-side printing as an A5 booklet; there's also an A4 Word version which...
  2. H

    New edition of the CSJ Guide to the Camino Inglés

    Johnnie Walker has revised the CSJ Guide to the Camino Inglés, and the January 2010 edition is now available on the CSJ website The Guide is free, but we appreciate a donation to CSJ funds; and we expect users to give us feedback. Comments on and...
  3. H

    CSJ Guide to the Camino del Salvador is now available

    I'm glad to say that a guide to the Camino del Salvador by Rebekah Scott, Laurie Reynolds and Piers Nicholson is now (2 December 2009) is now available on-line on the CSJ website . It's free but we'd welcome a donation to CSJ funds and we expect feedback...
  4. H

    Temporary closure of the CSJ refuge at Miraz

    Advance warning: the Confraternity of St James refuge at Miraz will be closed for building works between 10 December 2009 and 7 April 2010. Any changes to these dates will be posted to this topic on the Forum. Howard Nelson CSJ Webmaster
  5. H

    Tunnel Route - new edition of CSJ Guide

    A fully revised edition of the CSJ Guide to the Tunnel Route (May 2009) is now available on-line; you can download it in return for a donativo to the Confraternity. Feedback from users will be very welcome! Howard Nelson CSJ Webmaster
  6. H

    New Guide Santiago-Finisterre-Muxía

    Happy to report that a new edition of the Confraternity's Finisterre Guide, compiled by Alison Raju, is now available on-line. There are two versions: A. If you want a Guide that prints and folds to form a fully-formatted A5 booklet, download the .pdf version. B. If you want to create your...