The Camino Frances is one of the world’s great long distance walks. Since the 9th century, devout pilgrims have walked its 850 kilometres from St-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France to Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain.
Once the domain of the penitent, these days the Camino attracts walkers for a diversity of reasons. Some seek spiritual solace while others have more worldly motives. Trish Clark’s latest book is an informative step by step guide to walking the Camino YOUR way and draws on her own personal experience. With plenty of tips for finding a few creature comforts along the way, this easy-to-use and easy-to-pack guide is the perfect travelling companion for those planning to walk the Camino and enlightening armchair reading for those contemplating it.
Guide to the Camino is now available in e-book format and can be downloaded to iPad, iPad mini, Kindle and to personal computers and laptops.
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Never Alone on the Camino de Santiago
Our thanks to you for ‘Guide to the Camino’. We followed your preparation list, to the letter (wellllll, except for my anti-wrinkle products) & it paid off – not ONE blister!
Annette & Mike, Bribie Island, Queensland