Spanish Pilgrimage – Introduction So, you feel called to make a pilgrimage in Spain and you want to know what are the options? Well, you’re in luck! Here we detail all of the options to make a Spanish pilgrimage. You’ll be surprised to find there’s far more than just the Camino de Santiago!
There are different ways to make the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. While most do it by foot, plenty go by bike as well. In fact, 10% of pilgrims went by bike last year.
Great video of a Spanish guy walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. He films it all using a portable GoPro camera. Filmed in 2014, it shows him eating with others along the way, walking through beautiful villages and jumping into a river.
South Korea is over 10,000km from Spain, but yet last year almost 4,000 Koreans walked the Camino de Santiago, making them the 9th largest nationality between the British and the Dutch. It is not something you would expect from a country with no historical connection – so why is it that so many South Koreans feel called to make the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela? We answer this and discover how the Camino de Santiago has changed tourism within Korea itself!