Walking alone, together, on the Way of St. James

Juan Carlos and I have been walking the Camino de Santiago for 20 years together – long before we formed Authentic Journeys and started inviting others to join us on our walk.

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Camino de Santiago: What's in a name?

St. James? Santiago? Where does the name Camino de Santiago come from?

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Tastes of the Camino de Santiago: A cookbook that reflects an authentic journey like ours

I first walked the Camino de Santiago from St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago in 2011. In the midst of my planning, a friend suggested I write about my Camino experience. While appealing, I knew that many personal accounts of the Camino had already been published. If I were to undertake the laborious process of writing a book, I wanted to be sure that it would be different from what already existed.

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Interview: Juan Carlos Duperier, CEO of Duperier's Authentic Journeys

2016 was a great year thanks to all of you. We are looking forward to a spectacular 2017!

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Our wines along the Camino de Santiago

Since time immemorial and due to its close connection to monasteries, the Camino de Santiago has always provided an incredible enological experience. Many of the grape vines in the winery regions that we cross during the Camino were brought to the Iberian Peninsula by old pilgrims. This is why much of the wine production areas around those monasteries were born in the mythic and magic hands of the Camino.

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