Burgos Cathedral

The magnificent roof and tower of Burgos Cathedral, a masterpiece of medieval architecture.

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Peregrinos

You will find people of all ages and nationalities walking the Camino, for many different purposes and each doing it in their own way

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Alto Del Perdon

The Iconic metal Pilgrim sculpltures which appear on the summit of Alto Del Perdon, near Puente La Reina Camino Stage 4

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Camino De Santiago

Europe's most famous pilgrimage and cultural walk, an exploration of both historical and modern day Spain and a journey into self

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  • Front Page
    A travel guide for Australians & Kiwis (New Zealanders) on the Camino de Santiago: ‘The Camino offers many things to many people, each comes on the journey with their own  motivations – but all are united by the common goal of reaching Santiago. For centuries the Camino de Santiago has been a great teacher and leveller, all those who travel Continue Reading...
  • Preparation
    Preparing properly for what can be up to an 800km...
  • Highlights
    The Camino de Santiago has many varied highlights; both scenic,...
  • Walking the Camino
    People have walked the Camino de Santiago for over 1000...
  • Cycling the Camino
    Although cycling  is a relatively new way to undertake the Camino...

Welcome to information for Australians planning to travel on the Camino De Santiago

The Way of St.James ( ‘French Way’ or simply ‘The Way’)

This is a unique information site for Australians planning to travel on the Camino De Santiago or  The Way of St.James ( ‘French Way’ or simply ‘The Way’) as it’s also known. We hope you’ll find this a useful resource when making your Camino plans and get a sense of what to expect from this extraordinary journey.

We aim to be different from other Camino De Santiago websites by showing many images as well as  practical information (eg. maps, routes, stages, trails, books, accommodation, news, history and more). So you can more easily envisage what the ‘The Way’ is like and choose what you’d like to experience on this ancient road. It is not intended to be a guidebook but more a useful starting point for planning your Camino.

We also feature recommended our Camino tours organized directly from Australia if you are looking for someone to help arrange your Camino, whether self guided or guided.

We welcome up to date information which can be passed onto other prospective ‘Peregrino’s’.
Buen Camino!

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