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- 1. SummaryAbit of History Who we are What we do The Different routes to Santiago de Compostela The Compostela Pilgrim Certificate Practical
2. Lets look at this Youtube Channel 3. A Bit of History St James The Great is executed in 44AD His remains are but on a boat and sailed to TheNorth West of Spain Buried in a hill of Galicia Found around 820 by Pelayo And from then... 4. The Beginning of Pilgrimages 1st European Heritage Trail Up to 1 Million of pilgrims a year in medieval times 1st guidebook written ever: Codex Calixtinus (12th Century)140000 pilgrims every year 5 Million for 20103rd place of pilgrimage for Catholics 5. Follow The Camino Irishcompany part of Setup in 2006 in Dublin Multilingual team Over 5000 satisfied customersOur mission is to offer a clear range of qualityholidays, providing authentic experiences to ourclients and leaving them with unforgettable memoriesthrough outstanding service. 6. The Camino Ways... 7. Our Services 8. Our Services 9. The French Way Mostpopular route 748km 34 walking days (36 days/35 nights) 8 sections St Jean Pied dePort, Pamplona, Logrono, Burgos, Sahagun, Leon, Ponferrada, Sarria and Santiago 10. The Portuguese Way Through Portugal and Spain 582km 28 walking days (30 days/29 nights) 5 sections Lisbon, Santarem, Coimbra, Porto, Tui and Santiago de Compostela 11. The Via de la Plata From Sevilla to Santiago 998km 47 walking days (49 days/48 nights) 10 sections Seville, Monasterio, Merida, Caceres, P lasencia, Salamanca, Zamora, Puebla de Sanabria, A Gudina, Ourense and Santiago 12. The Puy Route The Camino in France 728km 31 walking days (33 days/32 nights) 6 sections Le Puy en Velay, AumontAubrac, Conques, Cahors, Lectoure, Air surlAdour, St Jean Pied de Port 13. The Northern Way Costal walk 485km 21 walking days (23 days/22 nights) 4 sections SanSebastian, Bilbao, Santander, Ribadesella, Oviedo 14. The Original Way Through the Sierra de Ranadoiro mountains 307km 14 walking days (15days/14 nights) 2 sections Oviedo, Lugo and Santiago 15. The English Way Along the Estuary of Ferrol 118km6walking days (7 days/6nights) 1 sections Ferrol and Santiago de Compostela 16. The Finisterre Way To The End of the World 90km 4 walking days (5 days/4 nights) 1 sections Santiago and Cap Finisterre 17. The Aragonese Way From the French border to joining the FrenchRoute 132km 1 sections 5 walking days Jaca and Puente de la Reina 18. Pilgrim Credential 19. Your Pilgrim CertificateFor people who havereached Santiago Walking 100km Cycling 200km Horse riding 200km 20. How to get there Flyingfrom Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, London, Frankfurt, Dublin, Rome and more 21. You can fly to Santiago with 22. Testimonials It was an amazing experience. Hotels and other arrangements were excellent. Food was extraordinary! Algie Mannion, Ireland. The priest who stamped our Credentials commented in broken English that they were the best he had seen. James Duffie, Ireland. It was the perfect arrangement for me as I was able to enjoy myself without having to worry about a place to sleep at night and carrying my luggage with me. As a Travel Agent and an explorer I would recommend you guys to all my clients and friends. Vera Torres, UK. The walks were amazing and views stunning we certainly will hope to do further walks. Esther OCallaghan, Ireland. All queries are dealt with promptly and pleasantly. The organisers go out of their way to be helpful, right down to calling just before the holiday to wish us well. Lynn Cowlard, Australia. 23. Thank you and please do ask questions 24. Videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECwb3Uf1jp8&feature=channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGsHEedrtOA1/2 not as good http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxP8GTZvCVE&feature=related HD2/2 better http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVV0tZgWBHM&NR=1 good intro map of Spain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1MOoC_ecTE Book very god