Camino in Galicia
The Camino de Santiago is a very popular thing to do for visitors to Galicia, especially those who love to learn the history of the place they are visiting.
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The production of ceramic ware has been the main activity of Sargadelos since it was created in the nineteenth century, when Antonio Raimundo Ibáñez built the first chi
Spanish Tour Operator based in Santiago de Compostela and specialized in organizing comprehensive and highly personalized walking tours for groups on the Camino de Santia
Granxa Maruxa is a certified,organic dairy farm,located in the Comarca de la Ulloa,province of Lugo,in the very heart of Galicia.............
1000 caminos is a website project developed by Martin Codax who have strong relationships with St. James Way (Camino de Santiago). Martin Codax is one of the most famous
Adegas Castrobrey is a very different winery that belongs to D.O. Rías Baixas. It is a family winery, nowadays run by the third generation. It was founded in 1983 and is
Randall St. Germain is the author of Camino de Santiago (St. James Way) in 20 Days which recounts his 20 day walking journey across Spain on the 500 mile French Way of th
Camino Ways specialise in walking and cycling holidays on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the Via Francigena to Rome, and other European adventures. Our staff has e
Despite being a lesser known museum, Museo das Peregrinacions (Museum of Pilgrimage) is well worth the visit for its detailed and touching overview of the pilgrimage phen
Chiruca walking shoes are famous throughout Spain for their quality and reliability. A range of products are available including sandals,trail running shoes,walking shoes