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21/Apr/2010 0

The Scallop

The scallop is the sign of the pilgrimage, but also a sign of the gastronomy in Galicia. The pecten maximus is a bivalve mollusk tepic from the sea of Galicia that they...

21/Apr/2010 0

Grocery store in Melide

We are visiting a small grocery store in Melide, in the province of A Coruña along the Camino Francés. There are many pilgrims that pass by this store and buys products locally...

Grocery store in Melide

21/Apr/2010 0

Love and faith on the Camino

On the way out of Alto de Poio we meet two pilgrims from Alicante. This is their 2nd pilgrimage along the Camino Frances. They talk about the brotherhood they feel with other...

Love and faith on the Camino

21/Apr/2010 0

How to feed yourself on the Camino

To eat well is important when you are walking the Camino de Santiago. The “Spanish Agency for Secure and Nutritional food” ( Agencia Española de Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición...

21/Apr/2010 0

What are your motivations for doing the Camino?

We would like to know your motivation for doing the camino de Santiago. We would like to know the reasons for why someone picks up a backpack and uses their vacation time walking...

21/Apr/2010 0

Celebration in A Guarda

Each September Santa Trega is celebrated in A Guarda, in south Galicia not far from the Portuguese border. Antón Ferreira of ANABAM talk to us about this and many other celebrations...

21/Apr/2010 0

Torre de Hércules

The guide Teresa Gutiérrez talks to us about the Torre de Hércules in A Coruña. The tower was built in the 1st century and is the only tower in the world built by the Romans that is...

Torre de Hércules

21/Apr/2010 0

A heavenly Camino from Rome to Santiago

A new route will connect the two cities of Rome and Santiago de Compostela. Both cities important catholic pilgrim destinations.   Obra Romana de Peregrinaciones (ORP),...