Experiences for pilgrims after their Camino, preserving the spirit and the authenticity of the pilgrimage and aimed at learning more about the way you have walked.
In the Pórtico de la Gloria, the Western entrance to the Cathedral, music is granted a relevant position due to the instruments played by the 24 kings chiseled on the arch above the main door. In this unique experience, a lecture-concert, we will allow you to listen to the instruments of the Portico, rebuilt in wood, as well as to learn about their details and their relevance.
24/05, 28/06, 12/07 & 19/07, 19ºº hours (7 PM), Convento de San Martín Pinario, Sala San Felipe Neri
Looking for an inspiring medieval walk? Come and walk through the unexplored Santiago. We suggest a different itinerary through the old town. We will show you the traces of its past pilgrims, we will reveal you the spots traditionally linked with the Camino legend, and we will discover with you historical places of Santiago that today remain unknown. Accompanied by an expert you will learn about old hospitals, albergues, squares, histories and legends that gave life to the city at the end of the Camino.
Would you like to relive and to think about and to share the Camino essence? Discover Santiago and share your journey. In addition to getting acquainted with Santiago's hidden Camino corners by tracing the footsteps of past pilgrims, we offer you a unique chance to talk to a Camino expert, to share your own experience and to enjoy an unforgettable ceremony which will make you feel that your experience as a pilgrim ist something extraordinary, but very close to life.
Do you fancy a Camino boat ride? Then sail along the Camino legend. Get on board along the Ría de Arousa and up the Ulla river until Padrón, following the journey of the boat which, acording to legend, brought the remains of Saint James the Apostel to Santiago. This is one of the most beautiful and unknown route of the Camino world. Discover its history while you discover region of Galica that combines gorgeous landscape with one of its main industries: shellfish farming. And discover at Padrón the places of Saint James' arrival to Galicia.
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At SON do CAMIÑO we work to incorporate the taste of food and drinking into our experiences. Not only for pleasure, but also in terms of how they relate to the Camino.Let us inspire you