Category: pueblos on the Camino de Santiago

“How much does it cost to do the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage?” is a question I regularly get. Like any foreign trip, cost is a major factor. The news is mostly good. The daily cost of the Camino is very reasonable–much … Continue reading

Almost all pueblos on the Camino de Santiago had a church dominating their skyline. The typical style was Romanesque, which was known in medieval times as ‘pilgrims-style’. Most of the churches were kept open, allowing pilgrims to randomly enter, look around, pray, … Continue reading

The Camino de Santiago may be the best marked footpath in the world. Actually there are two types of markers. First, there are the yellow arrows (flechas) that guide pilgrims through pueblos along the way. This system was developed in … Continue reading