For centuries, pilgrims have been walking the Camino de Santiago, following the many paths to Santiago de Compostela and St. James’ Tomb. Today, you can walk the Camino for spiritual reasons, as a physical challenge, to experience its unique old-world culture and beauty, or all of the former. The Camino, often referred to as The Way, is a profound, picturebook journey that inspires many, young and older.
Whatever your reason for making this journey, it is a regenerative experience that will remain with you long after you have returned home. The warmth shown by locals and fellow pilgrims is indeed a metaphor for how life should be lived.