Our Caminos

VIA FRANCIGENA DEL SUD
Our planned April / May 2020 walk from Vatican City to Brindisi, Italy along the Via Francigena del Sud. The walk roughly follows an old pilgrimage path to the heel of Italy where pilgrims in the Middle Ages used to board a ship to the Holy Land. The start of the walk is along the historic Roman Road, the Appian Way and continues southeast to Terracina and Formia on the west coast, then inland to Benevento and east to Troia and Cerignola before heading southeast again on the east coat to Bari and Brindisi. There are many alternative routes and options on this walk but our path will likely be determined by where we can find places to sleep.

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VIA DOMITIA / CHEMIN D’ARLES
Our September / October, 2019 Camino from Vercelli, Italy to Montpellier, France along the ancient, pre-Roman trail connecting northern Italy and southern France over the French Alps. This route is the final link, connecting several of our previous walks covering every step (except 8km!) between Lisbon, Santiago de Compostela, St. Jean Pied dePort, Montpellier, Vercelli and Rome.

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CHEMIN DARLES / LA VOIE DU PIÉMONT
Our April / May, 2018 Chemin from Montpellier to St. Jean Pied de Port (682km) through Castres, Toulouse, Auch and Oloron-Sainte-Marie.

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CAMINO DEL NORTE / PRIMITIVO
Our April / May, 2017 Camino from Hendaye, France to Santiago de Compostela (812km) through Irun, San Sebastián, Bilbao, Santander, Oviedo and Lugo.

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VIA FRANCIGENA
Our April / May, 2016 Cammino from Vercelli (near Milan) to Rome (850km) through Piacenza, Lucca, San Gimignano, Sienna, Bolsena, and Viterbo.

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CAMINO IGNACIANO
Our April / May, 2015 Camino from St. Ignatius’ birthplace at Loyola to Manresa (650km) through Logroño, Zaragoza, Llieda, Igualada, and Montserrat.

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CAMINHO PORTUGUES
Our September, 2014 Caminho from Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela (660km) through Santarém, Tomar, Coimbra, Porto, Valença, Tui, Pontevedra and Padron.

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CAMINO FRANCES
Our September, 2012 Camino from St. Jean Pied de Port, France to Santiago de Compostela (800km) through Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos, León and Ponferrada.

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