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Hi,

I'm planning to make the Camino for the first time after Easter, 2009. I'll probably follow the Camino de Levante from Valencia - if anyone has walked this and has any tips, I'd be grateful. I will be getting the Spanish guidebooks mentioned on the CSJ site before I go.

One final question (for the moment!) is whether anyone has experience of spending some of the nights sleeping out in the countryside in a bivi bag in Spain?

thanks,
Andy
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JohnnieWalker

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Hi Andy

There is an excellent guide in Spanish to the Levante which I´ve seen. I´m currently in Santiago but I sure I have contact details back home for the president of the local amigos who speaks english. PM me if you want me to look it out.

John
 

Javier Martin

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Andy,

There's an excelent guide, written with the great help of a GPS, but from Alicante, very near Valencia.

Both Caminos, Alicante and Valencia, continues by the same paths to Granja de Moreruela and from there to Santiago by the Camino Sanabres or De la Plata.

This guide it's available in http://www.amigosdelcamino.com in sp and nl.

Hope it's useful for you.

If you give me an email address I can send you some help about albergues, etc.

I have to say that all this work belongs to Paco Serra and Manolo Aliaga, from Alicante, made with their cars, a bike, a gps, a camera and a laptop, two or three years ago. It took them more than a month.

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 

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Stivo,

I've sent you a Private Message,

Andy
 
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