A different way of doing the Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago is the path that make thousands of pilgrims from all over the world to get to Santiago de Compostela, Galicia.
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SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain - Jan. 23, 2018 - PRLog -- In the Cathedral Santiago Apostle of this city, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, are relics of the Apostle James the Greater.

The Camino de Santiago is one of the three great pilgrimage routes, together with Rome and Jerusalem. At present, this route has taken on much importance because of a large number of pilgrims who decide to complete the road or to make any part of this. There are different pilgrimage routes to Santiago from different sites in the Iberian Peninsula, France and England. The French Way was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993.

Have emerged in recent years, new experiences that allow you to do any of the Camino de Santiago routes of unique and innovative way.

Today those who decide to make a pilgrimage can choose between doing the Camino de Santiago on foot, on horseback or by bicycle. These are the three main ways in which you can walk the path.

You can also book experiences to explore the different paths to Santiago(the Northern Way, The English Way, the Silver Route, the French Way…) so that the pilgrims only have to worry about to enjoy each stage.

These experiences offer make the journey on foot, on horseback or by bicycle and are tailored to the needs of each pilgrim and generally include accommodation, breakfast, pilgrim's path information, transfer of backpacks between stages, travel insurance…

In addition, those pilgrims who wish to have the opportunity to tell other services that help a lot when it comes to move forward with peace of mind on the Camino de Santiago: bike rent, electric bicycles and vehicles to make the Way of Santiago, storage room for bicycles and backpacks, including backpack transfer during the Camino de Santiago.

Also, you can also enjoy services such as a shower in Santiago De Compostela, roadside assistance and assistance to bikes, physiotherapy, and massage.

All these amenities make the Camino de Santiago is a little more bearable, as well the pilgrims do not have to worry about finding a place in a hostel or how to solve a problem that may arise during a stage.

For more information, contact Pilgrim Travel https://www.pilgrim.es/en/

info@pilgrim.es (mailto:santiago@pilgrim.es)

Samantha Davies
Tags:Camino De Santiago, Spain Travel, Pilgrimage
Location:Santiago De Compostela - Galicia - Spain
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