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Camp site and Refugios

getgoin

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Does anybody know where I could get a map of the campsites and refugios and other places to stay along the camino frances? I need as much detail as possible, so I know how flexable I can be with my planning. Thanks.
 
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Hi,
May I suggest you go to http://www.csj.org. who have a bookshop + lots of info.
As for maps etc buy "A Practical Guide for Pilgrims" written by Millan Bravo Lozano, published by "Everest". In practice most folk I met only carried the 'cycling' maps from this book as the book itself is very heavy.
Don't over organise, relax and let things happen.
Dael
 
Campsites etc on the Caminos

John Bierely’s Guides are excellent - http://www.caminoguides.com/index.html with strip maps for each day.
If you get fed up with the albergues and want to spoil yourself in a Hostal (like a motel) for a night, they cost ± €12 - €18 per person per night. (Hot bath! Private Loo!) The tourism institute of Spain - Turespana - has published an official guide of hostals, pensions, hotels, and camping sites on the Camino called "Guia Oficial de Hoteles y Campnings del Camino de Santiago". It is available in French, German, Spanish and English and lists all accommodation authorized by the appropriate municipal and national tourism authorities You can obtain the booklet free of charge in any tourist office or from TOURSPAIN E-mail: manuel.jurado@tourspain.es.
 
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Dael, is that the right link, I got The International Cultic Studies Association, I looked around and didn't find anything for the camino.

Silly doll, thanks for the link.
 
Woops, sorry everybody.
Dael
 
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