So many paths leading to Santiago! Thanks for sharing.
Many folks try different routes year after year once they have completed the Camino Frances. I hear it is addictive to your soul.
My next venture is starting from Le Puy in France to St Jean, just under 800km, This year I walked with two guys started in Le Puy much to the amazement of peregrinos as we passed by!
I am wondering if the “peregrino friendly” atmosphere and infrastructure is similar to the Camino Frances? Or do you stay in Albergues/hotels and have less interaction with peregrinos most of the time?
The infrastructure is the same, there are hostals or gites, but you need to pre book as they fill up very quickly. It is very easy to form groups, you don’t meet as many people as on the CF but friendships will be formed.
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