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arles route

  1. ValeryGL

    Bordeaux -> Oloron-Sainte-Marie (Camino de Arles)

    Dear colleagues, I and my wife plan to start our first Camino from Oloron-Sainte-Marie. Please take a look at our schedule, is it realistic? I'm worried about a way from an airport to the trail and from trail to airport. Trekking is the same in every country :) ARRIVAL: 0. Flight to...
  2. High Endeavours

    Camino For Alzheimer’s Awareness

    Hi all. Today is World Alzheimer’s Day. My wife and I are walking the Chemin d’Arles and the Camino Aragones together to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s. We began this morning at Lodève just north of Montpellier. We will walk together to Logrono, and all going as hoped, it is my intention to...
  3. John R McLean

    Le Puy or Arles via the Via Francigena?

    Planning is progressing! After reading Rogers blog, it looks like the Via Francigena from Calais but it poses three new options. 1) Turn right at Geneva to Le Puy route? 2) Go over the St Bernard Pass and carry on to Rome and beyond? 3) Go over the pass and turn right to Arles route? Arles vs Le...
  4. MatteJa

    Camino de Santiago from my home (Italy + France + Spain)

    Hello beautiful people. I am writing here to ask you an advice: Next summer I would like to walk from my home (Turin - ITALY) to Santiago, I am already planning the route so if anyone of you did something similar, any info about walking/camping in France is worth its weight in gold to me. I...
  5. S

    Doing the Arles Route but starting in Montpellier.. any idea where I can pick up a passport?

    hi there all fellow pilgrims, I will walk the Camino Arles later this month and was hoping someone could help me in regards to picking up a passport in Montpellier. Should I pick this up in a church or? Tourism office? I can't find anything on the subject with regards to the Arles route. Hope...
  6. Felipe

    A pilgrim's guide to Toulouse

    A PILGRIM'S GUIDE OF TOULOUSE Generalities Toulouse, also known by the nickname of Ville Rose (because of the pinkish color of its old buildings) is an ancient, charming and lovely city, the largest of southwestern France. It used to be a quiet provincial place, but in recent times it evolved...
  7. D

    Pack transport available on Arles route?

    We are a couple in our 60's and have done the Camino Franc in Spain while carrying our packs in 2009, and the French route from Le Puy carrying only our day packs and forwarding the heavy stuff in 2013, and we are now considering doing the route from Arles. We have not been able to determine if...

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