Stephen Marriott is a British writer and pilgrim to whom the Way of St. James changed his life. A perfect example of sensitivity on the Camino de Santiago.
Now that we are in the middle of Holy Week, we’ll share eight dishes typical of these festivities that you’ll be able to try on the Camino.
One of the most important religious festivities of the year is just around the corner and today we're showing you five places to fully experience Holy Week on the Camino de Santiago.
Electronic devices can be very useful, especially when you're coming from another country. We'll be providing you with tricks to make the most of them in Spain...but only if you want to use them.
Dulcina Gomez Araujo and Noelia Ramos work for peace on the Camino de Santiago and tell us about their experience of spiritual growth on the Camino
In Spain, schedules are slightly behind if compared with most countries around the world and this changes our traditions somewhat. If you are a foreigner and come to the Camino, don't worry, you'll adapt.
San Juan de Ortega is one of the municipalities which make up the Camino Francés (French Route) and during last week an absolutely unique phenomenon had place there. Today we'll tell you what it was about.
When you arrive from far away to do the Camino, it is very common to stay on in and visit Spain for a several days more. If you wish to take luggage with you after completing the Way, here are some helpful tips so that you don't have to cart it around with you.
¡Buen Camino! This is our wish at Correos! – that pilgrims can fully enjoy their Camino and discover new places, histories, people and experiences through our postcards.