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  1. Casa _de_Azzancha

    Casa de Azzancha - More than 3 years of experience with Santiago Pilgrims

    Accommodation in Azinhaga open since August 2015 CASA DE AZZANCHA (Camino Central - 5 stop / Santarém to Golega) Address: Rua dos Altos Montijos, 68 2150-003 Azinhaga (road Quinta D. Inês - look for the signs) Rates include breakfast Special Price for Pilgrim in Dorm w/ shared bathroom: 20€...
  2. Thomas1962

    New KML/GPX downloadpage (e.g. for Maps.me) with all camino's and accomodation

    'Het Nederlands Genootschap van Sint Jacob - NGSJ' (The Dutch Confraternity of Saint James) has a new downloadpage with many KML/GPX files. These files can be used in smartphones apps like Maps.me, but also in devices like Garmin. The URL: https://www.santiago.nl/downloads All these files go...
  3. nilesite

    Tips from an American Pilgrim 2017-11-10

    Camino essentials! Not a guide book, no maps, no history of the Camino - just helpful tips from an American who has walked several times and volunteered both as an hospitalera and a greeter in the Pilgrims' Office. Written with much love for any first-time pilgrim or anyone wanting to do it...
  4. S

    Walking in December

    Hello all, I'm hoping to get some feedback as my husband and I want to take the Camino Portuguese this coming December. This will be our first Camino, and so far, we haven't found many people who have traveled during this time. Taking into consideration every year is different, does anyone know...
  5. J

    Jakobsweg - best walking routes in Germany in November

    Hi, I walked the Camino Frances 2 years ago and loved the experience. Now living in Germany, I would love to love to walk here as well. I am located in Bavaria and have a week of holidays the first week in November. Has anyone walked in November (I'm in Bavaria)? Are there many pilgrim's...
  6. R

    No beds on the last 100km into Santiago

    currently walking the Camino Portuguese from Porto to Santiago, have had absolutely no problems in Portuguese hostels but from Tui it's been a total night mare - couldn't find any beds in Tui, and again in redondela , called every listed hostel and eventually found two beds in an alburgue 4km...
  7. Klaus Krabbe

    Camino Walk to Bilbao, hotels

    Hello I'm an earlier Peregrino and would like to introduce my wife to walking. The plan is to walk for three or four days and end in Bilbao where we want to see the Guggenheim Museum. We can also take a bus some of the way. The challenge is that my wife would prefer to sleep in hotels or other...
  8. C

    Camino Del Norte

    Will be walking Camino del Norte coastal route starting in Biarritz in three weeks. Wondering if there is a comprehensive list of allergies, postals, pensions, hotels on the route and in towns near the route. Thanks!
  9. sophiehebrides

    Anyone on the CP - latest update?

    Hello all I'm planning to walk a camino starting on 18th March for 2 weeks - last year I walked the Ingles in April and really enjoyed being able to 'complete' a camino in the time I had available... I'd love to walk the Frances but only have 2 weeks to spare just now so I'm considering the...
  10. A

    Accommodation on the Norte

    Is Mondonedo a popular overnight stop on the way?
  11. cj2003

    All places to sleep in one .pdf - Route Portugues - Route Monacal/Coastal Oct 23rd 2017

    Hi friends! this resource contains as many places to sleep along the route as possible - albergues, hotels, pensions and much more in one document, handy to bring with you on the camino. It covers the camino I walked in 2016 following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route...


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