Photos from along the Camino de Santiago

Salve
Pilgrim Momument on the Camino Francés
Pilgrim Momument on the Camino Francés
A Santiago
Yellow Arrow Mapping the Way to Santiago near Pamplona
Yellow Arrow Mapping the Way to Santiago
Bell Tower in Puente la Reina
Bell Tower in Puente la Reina - Often home to several families of migrating storks
Bell Tower in Puente la Reina
The Queen’s Bridge
11c Romanesque bridge over the Arga River in Puente La Reina
Puente la Reina Bridge on the way to Santiago de Compostela
The Path Less Traveled
A lesser known detour of the Camino de Santiago near Estella
A lesser known detour of the camino de santiago
Meseta Sky
Entering La Rioja near Logroño, the sky is deep blue
The Deep Blue Sky of the Meseta
Pilgrim Crosses
A hand made wall of crosses made by pilgrims walking to Santiago
A hand made wall of crosses made by pilgrims walking to santiago
Pre Harvest Meseta
Pilgrim Nathan walking through the wheat fields outside of Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Pre Harvest Meseta
Hito & Cairn
Mini Cairn built on top of modern waymarker. The signs to Santiago de Compostela are everywhere.
Waymarker on the way to santiago de compostela
Field of Poppies & Ermita
Field of poppies near Belorado with the Ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Peña in the rock face
Field of Poppies near Tosantos with Ermita in hillside
Cathedral of Burgos
Cathedral of Burgos on the way to Santiago de Compostela. Worthy of a guided tour and museum visit.
Cathedral of Burgos on the way to Santiago de Compostela
San Miguel
San Miguel lives on the Camino de Santiago. So does his beer.
San Miguel lives on the Camino de Santiago
Wheat Fields of the Meseta
Wheat Fields of the Meseta near Burgos
Wheat Fields of the Meseta near Burgos
Cafe Bar España
Cafe Bar España in Carrion de los Condes
Cafe Bar España in Carrion de los Condes
Stormy Harvest in Astorga
The plains end in Astorga and the mountains ahead bring turbulent weather.
Stormy Harvest in Astorga
Gaudi’s Palacio in Astorga
Gaudi's Palacio in Astorga, built for the Bishop and now home to the Pilgrim Museum
Gaudi's Palacio in Astorga
Blue Door
Blue door on the way to Santiago de Compostela in El Ganso
Blue door on the way to Santiago de Compostela
Into Acebo
Walking into El Acebo, the first steps downward after a day of ascent.
Walking into El Acebo on the Camino de Santiago
Vista of Villafranca del Bierzo
Nestled in a valley, Villafranca del Bierzo is home to a very special set of doors.
Vista of Villafranca del Bierzo on guided camino tour
Detail of cross on building
Weather worn church in the Bierzo Valley
Detail of cross on building on guided camino tour
Traditional Palloza in Galicia
Traditional Thatched Roof House in Galicia
Traditional Thatched Roof House in Galicia
Foggy Morning
Nestled in the base of steep valleys, the mornings in Galicia are often mired in fog.
Early morning on camino walking tour in Galicia
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
View of the Cathedral from the Azabacheria, the first facade seen when entering Santiago along the camino.
Silhouette of the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
Traditional Navarrese Home
Brightly colored windows and doors in Burguete, home to Hemingway's old haunts.
Home along the Camino Tour in Navarra
Green Wheat
In May the wheat is still green, a welcome change to the amber that dominates the rest of the Summer
Green wheat fields in May on the Camino de Santiago
Detail of flower
The clouds, when they do not bring rain, provide a welcome retreat from the hot Spanish sun.
Detail of flower with rain clouds
Wine Fountain of Irache
Quite possibly the only fountain in the world dispensing free wine.
Free Wine fountain on Camino de Santiago walking tour
Dome of Chapel in Burgos Cathedral
There are 15 chapels in the Burgos Cathedral, each with a distinct style.
Camino de Santiago walking tour Dome of Chapel in Burgos Cathedral
Detail from Burgos Museum
The museum in the Burgos Cathedral is not to be missed
Camino Tour and Detail from Burgos Museum
From Burgos Museum
The museum in the Burgos Cathedral is not to be missed
Camino Tour and Another Detail from Burgos Museum
Amber Wheat of Meseta
By July the wheat has turned to a golden amber color and the harvest is approaching
Camino walking tour through amber waves of grain
Cruz de Ferro
The iron cross, where countless pilgrims leave behind their burdens.
Camino walking tour past the Cruz de Ferro
The Cowboy Bar
Camino marketing at its finest, the Cowboy bar is a must stop.
The most Iconic bar on the Camino de Santiago
222 km to Santiago
Built by Tomas, last of the Knights Templar
Camino walking tour only 222 kilometers from Santiago
Red Sky near Ventas de Naron
The sun sets on another day along the last 100 kilometers.
Last 100 of the Camino de Santiago near Ventas de Naron
The last 100km hito
Bring your sharpie marker, this is the hito that marks the last 100 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago.
Here marks the Last 100 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago
Cow on Camino
The camino along the last 100 kilometers passes through dozens of hamlets whose main industry remains farming.
Cow along Camino de Santiago in Galicia
O Mors
Foreboding imagery on the Church in Castrojeriz.
The camino de santiago walking tour through Castrojeriz
Castillo de Pambre
The Pambre Castle is one of the best surviving specimens of its kind. The rest were leveled by peasants.
Castillo de Pambre on the Last 100 km of the Camino Walking Tour
GR 65
Through most of Europe and Spain, the GR 65 is synonymous with the Camino de Santiago.
The GR 65 is the Camino de Santiago
Market in Logroño
Local food market, open daily, in Logroño.
Camino de Santiago walking tour through the Fresh Market in Logroño
Welcome monument in Santiago de Compostela
A modern monument built just inside the Santiago city limits, it honors many of the camino's most important benefactors.
Welcome to Santiago de Compostela
Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Santo Domingo is the setting for one of the Camino's most well known miracles and roosters.
Plaza Mayor of Santo Domingo de la Calzada
O Cebreiro in fog
O Cebreiro, often mired in fog, is home to a miracle of St. James and is famous for the former parish priest.
The Start of Galicia End to End in O Cebreiro
Cross in Furelos
Thought to be one of only two such crucifixes, this one depicts Jesus reaching downward with his right had.
The Cross of Jesus in Furelos

Photos from a few of the places we stay

Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Santa Maria
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Pazo Andeade
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair
Hotel Altair

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