A revised handbook to the Portuguese route of the Camino de Santiago, starting from Lisbon via Porto. For travellers who wish to walk the coast of Portugal, this volume now includes a coastal option as well as a spiritual option and the littoral path.
The only guidebook covering the Camino Ingles, or Celtic Camino. Popular with pilgrims arriving by sea in the medieval period, it is quietly coming alive again and ready to welcome pilgrims seeking a more solitary way along the rugged rias of Northern Galicia. It provides the minimum distance for a Compostela.
Pilgrims who continue to the 'End of the Earth' often refer to this as a highlight in their journeying. Both paths are uniquely beautiful, full of the flavours of Galicia and her deliciously authentic culture. The spirit of St. James is alive in the deep river valleys and rolling hills that make up her Landscape Temple.
Now updated to include newer maps and photos, this comprehensive guidebook to the Camino de Santiago and its offshoots contains all the information needed by modern-day pilgrims wishing to walk the sacred Way of St. James.
A quarter of all pilgrims arriving at Santiago start in Sarria: it provides the minimum distance required for a pilgrim to apply for a Compostela. This guidebook features all the information needed to complete the 7 stages from O Cebreiro to Santiago via Sarria.