If you want your Camino de Santiago site inserted here, please fill the form on the contact pages; name of site, description and URL. I do want to list all the best resources on the Camino, but I also have to avoid sending visitors to non-relevant sites, so only blogs or sites that have good information will be listed.
Most Confraternity or Association sites can arrange a pilgrims passport – but normally only for members – it is worthwhile joining and supporting their good work – like building Albergues.
Associació d’Amics del Camí de Sant Jaume -Catalan and French Language site only on the route from Montserrat to Lleida, Zaragoza, Logroño & Santiago. There’s info on how to get the guide of this route, the Pilgrims Accreditation, the available Albergues and the news related to this Camino de Santiago.
Most of these web sites are personally owned.
It is a lot of work keeping them up to date – most webmaster would like you to link to their site. So if you find a favourite and have your own site or blog give them a link. Thanks.
Wise Pilgrim – good guides and iphone apps for the Camino routes.
Backpack45 – Good site on Camino also other long distance walks.
Caminho de Santiago de Compostela – The Begining of the St James Way in the web. All of the informations you need to cross the “Camino de Santiago”. In portuguese, english and spanish language. Strong site, started in Brazil.
Camino to Santiago de Compostela – Good site, a few languages, many link and loads of info.
The Roads to Santiago – A list of all walkable routes to Santiago from all over Europe. Also an excellent weather page covering the whole year.
El Camino de Santiago – Good site in four languages. information on art, history, advice, forum, webcams, natural warehouses, museums, places, ecosystems, transport, the horse route, the route in bicycle, restaurants…
Pilgrims Tales – Articles about walking the Camino, Via Francigena, and St. Olav’s Way. I’m currently walking from France to Jerusalem; info about that trip is also included, as well as a pilgrimage trek across Tibet.
Jakobswag – In this web-site the routes of St. James in Switzerland are described and illustrated. Starting at the German boarder (Konstanz and Rorschach) this historic route leads the pilgrim via St. Gallen – Einsiedeln to the lake of Lucerne and from there via the Bernese Oberland to Fribourg and further down to the lake of Geneva: There it connects with the Route of St James in France. The well maintained and marked pilgrim path crosses fields and forests and passes along beautiful lakes. In the Bernese Oberland the pilgrim is exposed to the snow covered Swiss Alps.
Jakobswage.net – In this web-site the lately started international project “Europäische Jakobswege” (European Routes of St. James) is described. Germany, Austria and Switzerland participate in this project and other partners from different European countries, e.g. France, Poland a.s.o, are connected in a common network. The goal of the project is to activate and promote the Route of St James in all the regions.
The Camino de Santiago by Alex Paterson – A very interesting site illustrating Alex’s observations, worth a read even if not going on Camino.
Santiago Route – Camino de Santiago pages from the Hiking in Europe web site.