Whether you've walked the Camino from León to Santiago and are looking for a new experience or if you're a new Pilgrim, the Way from the French border of Roncesvalles to Burgos is a perfect way to experience the Camino.
We know you do. And we understand why you do. But we have to tell you, it is incredibly difficult to do it safely.
Our team at Aerial Productions & Cumulonimbus Audiovisuals had the opportunity to share some time with Duperier's Authentic Journeys, living the experience of the Camino de Santiago from the perspective and comfort that their tour offers.
Every year, we have regularly scheduled tours of the French Way (Camino Frances) that you can sign up for.
As you are reading this post, tapas are being served day in and day out in bars and cafés throughout Spain.
While many associate Celtic culture and history with Ireland, Scotland, and other regions in north-western Europe, roots of Celtic origin also exist strongly in the Galicia region of Spain, considered by many to be the seventh Celtic nation.
Two of our pilgrims got engaged right after walking the Camino de Santiago with us. So, to celebrate February, the month of love, we asked Paula to tell us about walking the Camino with her love.
You’ve reserved your spot on a Duperier’s Authentic Journeys tour and your plane tickets are booked, now all you need to do is pack to get ready for your Camino de Santiago adventure. So, what do you need to bring?