Camino de Santiago desde Madrid

Camino de Santiago from Madrid

The Camino de Santiago can be done from many places throughout Spain and, of course, among them is the Spanish capital city, Madrid. Find out all about this route.

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El Camino Olvidado

The Camino Olvidado (Forgotten Way)

There are as many alternative routes of the Camino de Santiago as there are pilgrims who pass through them. This is why there are some Jacobean routes that fall into oblivion, such as the Camino Olvidado (Forgotten Way) or Old Way of St. James.

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camino mozarabe

Camino Mozárabe

As you may already know, there are a large number of secondary routes that link the Camino de Santiago with the whole of Spain, to the point of developing a network of Caminos that cover the entire peninsular territory. On this occasion, we will talk about one of the most important routes in the south, the Camino Mozarabe.

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cami de sant jaume camino catalan

Sant Jaume Way: Camino Catalan

As we have already pointed out on numerous occasions, the Camino de Santiago weaves an enormous network of routes throughout the Spanish territory, and in all the autonomous communities there is a path that connects with the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. This time, it is time to talk about the Catalan Way.

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El Camino Lebaniego

Camino Lebaniego

There is a curiosity that escapes most people and that is that there is a fork in the road, once you reach the town of San Vicente de la Barquera, called the Camino Lebaniego, which has a history of more than 500 years.

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camino de santiago desde burgos

Camino de Santiago from Burgos

In this blog post we will show you one of the most important starting points on the Camino de Santiago, the city of Burgos. There are several reasons that may motivate you to do it from this location.

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Camino de Santiago desde Roncesvalles

Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles

Many pilgrims decide to start the Camino de Santiago from Roncesvalles, that is, the French Way, although this French route begins in the town of Saint Jean Pied de Port, located in France. In fact, Roncesvalles is the second village after St. Jean Pied de Port and the first stop on Spanish territory.

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camino de santiago desde tui

Camino de Santiago from Tui

Tui is a famous town outside the pilgrimage to Santiago because it is a border town that separates the countries of Spain and Portugal. But it is also famous within the Jacobean route, more specifically, within the Portuguese Way, for being the starting point for the last 100 km of this route.

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St Jame's Way from Sarria.

St Jame´s Way from Sarria.

Along this course, no pilgrim ever walks alone. Stage after stage, bonds of friendship are forged, so if you are thinking about undertaking the Camino on your own, Sarria is one of the best possible starting points.

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Last 100k of the Camino de Santiago

ast 100k of the Camino de Santiago

You can cover the last 100k to Santiago from many different points amongst all of the routes of the Camino: French Way, Primitive Way, Northern Way, Portuguese Ways, English Way, Sanabrian Way and Winter Way. Although there are other jacobean routes, they do not end in Santiago, but serve as connection between the above mentioned routes and numerous parts of the Spanish territory.

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