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  1. T

    Need any advice for an inexperienced student group hoping to hike 4 days on their first camino

    Greetings friends, This is my first post here. I have never walked the Camino, but I am helping to arrange a group of students to do a short section. I know, this sounds strange, but let me explain. I work for a gap year organization. We send students on 3 month trips all over the world. For...
  2. Jo Jo

    One week in the South of Spain in Late October

    It looks like my wife can only take one week off work to walk this year, probably in late October (yes, caminos have become an annual thing). We are looking at the South of Spain, probably starting somewhere and seeing how far north we get. For those of you with experience, where would you...
  3. Erik Anderson

    LIVE from the Camino Rejoining Camino Sanabres

    I'm rejoining the Camino at Puebla de Sanabria on Wednesday to walk to Santiago and would be interested in any information from peregrinos on the route or who have travelled this path recently. I read (online) that there is a number of diversions due to AVE work and there are warnings that the...
  4. J

    Help! Advice on finding the right direction Sanabria-Mozarabic or the French way?

    Hi all you experienced walkers of the VP. I am in a bit of a dilemma. I just returned to walk the VP after a break and am currently in Salamanca. It is very quiet on the road (I have seen two people so far). I am hoping for a trip that is not unbarebly hot and changing terrain to avoid the Sun...
  5. Erik Anderson

    Updated guide Almeria to Merida

    I have not been on the site for a long time and thought I'd add a piece of information which I've just come across. The attached link is to the Almeria Jacobea site and they have produced an updated copy of their guide (June 2017) going from Almeria to Merida via Granada. It is much improved...
  6. S

    Best section of Camino Mozarabe

    Hi guys! few years ago I walked the french and portoguese routes and this year I'll be in Andalusia in July and I was thinking to take 7-10 days to walk part of Camino Mozarabe (actually at the beginning I was thinking to do the via Augusta from Cadiz to Sevilla but then I've read on the blog...
  7. DSouthard

    What's the best guide?

    I'm looking for a guide for the Camino Mozarabe. I have the PDF download available here, but I'm wondering if there is a normal, bound guide in book form. Any suggestions will be welcome. Thanks.
  8. C

    Live - Camino Mozarabe On the Camino Mozarabe

    On 2 April I set out from Almeria to Merida. The route is very well signposted. All stage places now have albergues or hostals. The new one in Guadix, in a lovely old house in the centre, opened a few months ago. Members of the Almeria associacion keep each other informed on the progress of the...
  9. K

    Mozarabe from Malaga starting March 12, 2016

    Hi everybody, Just wondering whether there are more people planning to walk this route around this time? best KG
  10. jirit

    English Guide of the Mozarab Way of Santiago 2015-12-16

    This English language guide of the Mozarab Way of Santiago is published by the Associations of Friends of the Mozarab Way of Almeria, Badajoz, Cordoba, Malaga, Granada and Jaen This guide covers various camino routes that depart from the Western provinces of Andalucia. Cities like Almeria...
  11. La Balsa

    New Albergue in Alquife (Mozarabe) 2015-12-02

    There is a new offical Albergue in Alquife that open all year round. www.labalsa.nl www.facebook.com/cortijolabalsa
  12. Camino Mozarabe from Málaga, Camino de Santiago - YouTube

    Camino Mozarabe from Málaga, Camino de Santiago - YouTube

    This video has been created by @Magwood from her walk along the Camino Mozárabe, from Málaga to Santiago de Compostela and on to Finisterre. A 52 day pilgrimage.
  13. K

    Almeria to Granada walking Guide (199km) 2015-10-13

    Please donate to the Confraternity of Saint James …then download the pdf guide
  14. bjorgts

    Camino Mozarabe from Granada to Cordoba

    In April my husband and I walked Camino Mozarabe from Granada to Cordoba. Here comes some experiences: Malaga, Granada, Cordoba and Sevilla are all very interesting cities in this region. We used a day or two in each of them, and then we just had eight days left to walk, but the cities were...

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