Camino Aragones

A short Camino from Somport on the French border to Puente La Reina on Camino Frances. It is 170 kilometers and is an extension of the Camino Arles. A beautiful walk over the Pyrenees from France into Spain via Somport.

Which Camino Should I Walk After Frances?

If you have walked the Camino Frances and dream of a repeat, it is certainly a viable option to walk Frances again. Why it is the best of the Caminos is explained at Why Frances Is The Best Camino. That said, if you are feeling a desire for something different, there are 17 alternative Caminos …

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Starting The Camino in Lourdes Instead of St. Jean-Pied-de-Port

Yesterday was the Feast Day of Our Lady of Lourdes. For anyone considering a Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage here are 9 reasons why it is a wonderful starting point. While a high majority of pilgrims wanting to do the Camino de Santiago for a month or longer choose St. Jean Pied-de-Port (SJPP) as a starting …

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Why Frances Is The Best Camino to Walk:

Frances may be my favorite but each Pilgrim is unique. The better question to ask is, “Which Camino Is Best For Me?” First of all, it is important to be aware that the Camino de Santiago is a personal journey and there is no right, wrong, best or worst Camino. Do some research and walk …

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CAMINO DE SANTIAGO FROM LOURDES. Day 4-6 on Camino Arles and Camino Aragones:

Veered south from Oloron to Sarrance and then the pass at Somport just over the border in Spain. And then down into Jaca. Had a wonderful stay at the Sarrance Monastary having the dormitory to myself as the only pilgrim there. The priests and volunteers were all incredibly hospitable. Such a quiet reflective place. Perfect …

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Starting A Camino De Santiago From Lourdes, France

Lourdes, France and the grotto of Bernadette. A very powerful place filled with Love and Hope. And a good starting point for another Camino de Santiago. The nightly candlelight procession with everyone singing Ave Maria and other songs. It surprises me more people don’t start their Camino’s from Lourdes. Got one of thise rare hot …

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