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Camino de Santiago

Andy Symington

Camino de Santiago

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    Cutting across Spain from the Pyrenees in the east, to Santiago de Compostela in the west, the Camino de Santiago leads you through the varied and beautiful ancient kingdoms of northern Spain. This Footprint Handbook provides invaluable information on transport, accommodation, eating and entertainment both on the medieval pilgrim route and in the picturesque towns close by. Essentials section with useful advice on getting to and along the Camino de Santiago Comprehensive, up to date listings of where to eat, sleep and relax Includes information on tour operators and activities, from sampling red wine in La Rioja to the wild beauty of Cape Finisterre Detailed maps of Santiago de Compostela, Pamplona, Burgos and other key towns in the region.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesFootprint handbook Camino de Santiago, Footprint Camino de Santiago
    StatementAndy Symington
    SeriesFootprint handbooks, Footprint handbooks
    The Physical Object
    Pagination152 pages
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27238105M
    ISBN 101911082183
    ISBN 109781911082187

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James) from Tui to Santiago is the last leg of the Camino Portugués (The Portuguese Way): This stage starts in the beautiful town of is the bordering town between Spain and Portugal, both countries are divided by the Miño River and you can travel from one country to the other by crossing the International Bridge.

Guy Thatcher walked the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage route, hoping to discover the reason for the compulsion that drove him there. What he found instead was the timeless land of northern Spain, beauty, silence, mountains and plains, rain and relentless sun, snow in May, heartbreaking climbs, fatigue, and injury; friendly and.

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Winner of the Barbara Savage “Miles to Nowhere” Memorial Award for Travel Writing. My travel memoir of our thousand-mile walk from Le Puy to Finisterre is now available in paperback and ebook wherever books are sold (and at as many libraries as possible).

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Walking Guide to the Camino de Santiago. The edition of the guide is now available. The guide covers the Camino Francés from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Santiago de Compostela, the most popular walking route of all the Caminos and the one which features in the film The Way.

The guide was first published in as a free download from our website and it's. The most common trail heads inland. It snakes through Barcelos, Ponte de Lima, Valença in Portugal, then Tui, Pontevedra, and on to Santiago in Spain.

An increasingly-common alternative runs mostly along the coast, to Vigo and beyond. There’s also an “interior” path that goes via Guimarães and Braga, before rejoining the main route. Food is a huge part of any culture and is a big part of the Camino de Santiago, which if you have read the book Sunrises to Santiago, you already know.

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With more than photos, I take you along on my journey from the majestic Pyrenees, to the Meseta, the high plains of Spain, to the Galician hills.