Links to other Camino Sites

American Pilgrims on the Camino
This website is the hub that connects and coordinates access to pilgrims services. Think of this website as a virtual pilgrim hostel, where stories and suggestions, memories and advice, history and encouragement can be shared about the joyful and the practical matters involved in undertaking a pilgrimage in our day.
Bicycle Rentals
BikeIberia is located in Lisbon, offers bicycle rentals with delivery anywhere in Spain or Portugal. In addition, they offer custom tailored mountain biking and road riding tours and have been in business since 1999.
One of the most interesting sites with lots of great information in several languages. Flash plug-in required for the dynamic version.
Includes live webcam shots from Obradoiro square and the interior of the cathedral.
Ultreia A very useful site for potential bicycle pilgrims with many links and information. Some of the information is in spanish or german, but plenty is available in english to make it worthwhile to visit.

Walking the Camino de Santiago These pages are intended to help you plan your pilgrimage and hopefully keep you in contact with other pilgrims after you have gone back to your daily life. Leave any messages on the Camino blog.

The Trento Bike Pages Spain section of the Trento bike pages with links to information about cycling in spain and tour reports from pilgrims.

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Camino pages with lots of great information and links.

From the UK to Santiago Peter, self-described as an 'overweight couch potato', narrates his pilgrimages in 2001 and 2002. He has a wonderful sense of humor, the pages are fun to look through and have valuable info.

A Bike ride to Compostela John Layte's account of his 2000 mile bicycle trip from England to Santiago de Compostela.

Pilgrimsway to Santiago Peter Kuiper's day by day description of the walk from St. Jean Pied de Port to O Cebreiro. He started in 1997 and has been walking a section every year. Great pictures and narration.

The Way of Santiago Description of the walk from Logrono to Santiago

Walk to Compostela Barbara and Anthony's diary from their second pilgrimage with pictures. So well written, you will want to grab your pack and hop on the next plane.

Camino Guide What to expect and how to plan your itinerary by Antti Lahelma, who walked the Camino with Jukka Mölsä in late summer 1997.

Caminando a Santiago Very nice site in spanish wit hpictures and information by Antón Hurtado.

Confraternity of Saint James A great deal of info about the Camino and these pages are light on graphics, so they load quickly.

Pilgrim's Process, Inc. Publisher of books for "Readers Who Think"

In the Pilgrims' Footsteps Detailed descriptions, maps, and pictures of the St. James Way through Switzerland.

Pilgrims Puzzle Slide the pieces around to complete the picture.

Paradors in Spain Information about the state owned Paradors in Spain. The reservation engine seems to not be working properly, it reported the Parador Hostal de los reyes catolicos as booked for us, but we were able to make our reservations locally. (You might want to call from Portomarin)

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