Camino de Santiago Blog

  • KUMANO KODO AND CAMINO DE SANTIAGO; TWINNED WAYS.

    The Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route in the land of the raising sun, and the Way of Saint James where the sun sets, are two pilgrimage routes twinned since 1998, and the only ones recognized as World Heritages by UNESCO. Despite being in opposite sides of the world, the routes don’t have such a different history. […]

  • WAY OF SAINT JAMES ON BIKE – TIPS

    We are aware that pilgrims need information on how to do the Way of Saint James by bicycle. That is why in Tournride we have created this entry with tips to do Santiago’s way by bike. List of tips to do the Way of Saint James by bicycle Be in a good physical shape to face […]

  • TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION TO PASS THE NIGHT IN THE WAY OF SAINT JAMES

    Before starting the Way of St. James, you probably wonder where you can sleep along the way. You have several options, you just have to choose what suits you best. Here we give you a list of types of accommodation for Saint James Way:   Hotels, the most expensive type of accommodation to sleep along […]

  • WHAT TO CARRY ON YOUR PANNIERS FOR THE WAY OF SAINT JAMES

    When we start an activity as hard as The Way of Saint James, sorting the baggage we are going to carry  is a key issue. Although doing it by bike can make it easier to carry all our luggage, we need to put some thought into what we are going to put in our panniers […]