The Way of Tonho: 68 pilgrimages to Santiago
Tonho is an Official Guide of the Way of Saint James and since 2009 he has made a total of 68 pilgrimages along the different pilgrimage routes.
The Way of Luis: From Braga to Santiago de Compostela
Luis started his Way in Braga Cathedral and arrived in Santiago de Compostela nine days later, with his credential full of stamps.
The Way of Álvaro: from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela
Álvaro is from Barcelona, although he lives in Bangkok. During a visit to his family he took the opportunity to walk the Way of Saint James on his own from Sarria.
The Way of Antonio: Córdoba, Sarria and Santiago de Compostela
Antonio ventured to do the Way of Saint James from Sarria alone, but without expecting it, he ended up finding companions before starting.
San Martiño Pinario at the service of pilgrims
The monastery of San Martiño Pinario was linked from its origin to the cult of the apostle Saint James and the Jacobean tradition. Therefore, it is not surprising that it dedicated part of its services to the welfare of the pilgrims who arrived at its doors.
The Way of Juanra: from Valencia to Saint Jean Pied de Port and Santiago
Juanra had wanted to do the complete Way of Saint James from France to Santiago de Compostela for 20 years and this year he did it.
The Way of Lorena and Alberto: from Seville and Oviedo to Santiago
Lorena and Alberto decided to do the Way of Saint James separately and reunited after two weeks of pilgrimage in Santiago de Compostela.
The Way of Everything will be on wheels: from León to Santiago
Everything will go on wheels has done the French Way by bike. They started their adventure in León and for them it has been a personal challenge.
The Way of Manu: from Vigo to Santiago
Manu has done the Way of Saint James in a group. They started in Vigo and before finishing in Santiago de Compostela they were already planning to do it again.
The Way of Marta and David: from Villafranca del Bierzo to Santiago
Marta and David started their Way in Villafranca del Bierzo and reached Santiago de Compostela in seven days. Next time they will do it by bike.