Here are some sites which you may find of interest to you:
A UK-based charity established to promote the pilgrimage to the shrine of St James in Santiago de Compostela. The Confraternity provides a range of information services to assist prospective pilgrims, of all religions or none, who are planning a walking, cycling or horseback journey along one of the many Camino de Santiago routes.
American Pilgrims on the Camino is a non-profit organization whose objective is to facilitate communication within the community of North American pilgrims, particularly those in the United States. American Pilgrims continually seeks meaningful ways to support the Camino de Santiago de Compostela.
The website contains a comprehensive list of internet resources covering all aspects of the Camino.
The Society is a voluntary organisation, founded in 1992 by returned pilgrims to ‘give something back’ to the Camino and to future pilgrims in gratitude for the fellowship and spiritual renewal they had each experienced on their own Camino. It fosters an understanding and appreciation of the Camino’s related history, art, architecture and music.
An association formed in April 2011 to link together Australian pilgrims.
A UK based company providing expert advice covering boot and rucksack fitting, equipment talks and buying + equipment care guides.
For more information on the making of the documentary and details of non-UK screenings taking place.
Por qué peregino? A website which hosts a multitude of authentic and inspirational pilgrim stories – the Camino version of ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’.
Spanish Language Learning
An easy and fun way to learn beginner’s Spanish; through two books Georgie – the delightful story of a Spanish street dog and her puppies – practicing the present tense and the journey along El Camino de Santiago which practices the preterit and imperfect past tenses.
Spanish language school based in Logroño, capital of the world famous Rioja region’