Books and guides the Camino de Santiago

Para realizar el Camino de Santiago es imprescindible informarse

If you do the Camino is essential information and know in advance what lies ahead and what places we can visit. Therefore it is essential to buy a guide Camino de Santiago that we can check the route before, but also during. A guide we provide and allow us to ask any questions about it. There are many books to choose. Here you have some of them.

Camino de Santiago Guide (French, Aragonese and Baztanés) 2013-14.

The guide, written by journalist and pilgrim Carlos Mecos, has been updated in a second edition Jacobeo.net and Editorial Buen Camino. This is a slight book that includes maps for 28 cities, 48 maps, descriptions of the stages, practical information, lodging, art, history, photos, etc.

The Secret Guide Camino de Santiago http://www.guiasecretadelcamino.com/

This book, written by Jorge González collects those aspects that make the way a unique experience in every way: luxury accommodations, the most curious and original secret recipes and restaurants, bars, shops and points of interest that are worth visiting. It is the first time a collection of these features, so complete and in line with this new way of doing the Way.

“15 fines de semana en la ruta”(15 weekends on the road)

Designed for tourists who don´t find time to walk the pilgrimage route, but want to know the Camino de Santiago. Provides 8 paths selected in the French Way (Roncesvalles – Santiago) and 7 on the Camino del Norte (Irun – Santiago de Compostela). It includes description of the route, directions, practical information, map and information on art and history of each journey.

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    If you do the Camino is essential information and know in advance what lies ahead and what places we can visit. Therefore it is essential to buy a guide Camino de Santiago that we can check the route before, but also during. A guide we provide and allow us to ask any questions about it. There are many books to choose. Here you have some of them.

    Camino de Santiago Guide (French, Aragonese and Baztanés) 2013-14.

    The guide, written by journalist and pilgrim Carlos Mecos, has been updated in a second edition Jacobeo.net and Editorial Buen Camino. This is a slight book that includes maps for 28 cities, 48 maps, descriptions of the stages, practical information, lodging, art, history, photos, etc.

    The Secret Guide Camino de Santiago http://www.guiasecretadelcamino.com/

    This book, written by Jorge González collects those aspects that make the way a unique experience in every way: luxury accommodations, the most curious and original secret recipes and restaurants, bars, shops and points of interest that are worth visiting. It is the first time a collection of these features, so complete and in line with this new way of doing the Way.

    “15 fines de semana en la ruta”(15 weekends on the road)

    Designed for tourists who don´t find time to walk the pilgrimage route, but want to know the Camino de Santiago. Provides 8 paths selected in the French Way (Roncesvalles – Santiago) and 7 on the Camino del Norte (Irun – Santiago de Compostela). It includes description of the route, directions, practical information, map and information on art and history of each journey.

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