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First experience of the Camino

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We clarify all the doubts that take place at the time of beginning the Camino.

What is the Pilgrim´s Card?

It is considered pilgrim’s identity card or passport. You should ask for stamps in many places along the way to receive, at the end, your Compostela document.

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How many times should I stamp the Card?

At least twice per stage, once at the starting point and once at the finishing point, to prove that you have passed through both places. It is very important that each stamp is accompanied by the date. to prove that you have passed through both places. It is very important that each stamp is accompanied by the date.

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What is the Compostela?

It is the certificate that accredits that you have done the Camino de Santiago. You can request it at the pilgrim’s office once you have arrived in Santiago.

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How many km do I have to walk to get the Compostela?

You must do at least 100 km on foot or on horseback and 200 km by bicycle.

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What is the best route to initiate me?

The best option to initiate is to walk the French Way from Sarria. It has an excellent infrastructure of services and accommodation and is located just over 114 km from Santiago.

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How many km should I walk per stage?

It will depend on your physical condition but it is not recommended to walk more than 20 to 25 kilometers per day or to do more than 50 or 60 kilometers if you ride a bicycle.

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What is the best season of the year to do the Way?

Due to less overcrowding and a more favorable climate, the months of spring and autumn are the most appropriate. Depending on the Way, you can do it perfectly in the central summer or winter months.

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Do I need previous physical preparattion?

It is advisable to have a minimum amount of physical preparation, with a training plan a couple of months before the start of the Way. In which we will include between 3 and 4 weekly walks. plan a couple of months before the start of the Way. In which we will include between 3 and 4 weekly walks.

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