Your Way To Santiago

Camino de Santiago - deambula en busca de la ruta de peregrinación

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A Journey to You!

Remember that the Camino is neither a marathon nor a track where people’s resistance is put to the test. Rather, it is a lesson or a test of your physical and mental limits. The real path is inside you, the one that could help to find your inner self and transform your life for good. In order to complete this pilgrimage, you need to understand that time is a gift we are given. If you let y..

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Nine tips to walk the Camino

The Camino has taught us many things throughout the years. We would like to share them with you to make your journey much smoother. If you pack light you will go light; most experts advise not to exceed 10% of your body weight. We recommend going even lighter. We have noticed that people with 35-liter backpacks seem to have an easier time walking.   Keep it basic, get rid of unnecess..

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The ritual at the Iron Cross

The Iron Cross, or “Cruz de Fierro”, is a monument located at the highest point of the French Way, in the Camino de Santiago. It is located in Mount Irago, between the Spanish cities of Foncebadon and Manjarin, within the Leon Mountains. On a knoll of stones deposited by the pilgrims, stands an oak trunk about 5 meters high, topped by a simple iron cross from which the monument takes ..

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The symbolism of the pilgrim gourd

The pilgrim gourd comes from a plant known as the legendary. Its fruit has been used as a household tool for thousands of years.The pilgrim gourd has been used over the centuries on the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. It was formed of a double belly, suitable to contain water, wine or any other drink. Its size used to be something less than one liter, and it was typical for the pilgrims to h..

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