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CAMINO DE SANTIAGO

Bite-sized variants of the epic pilgrim trail to the northwestern Spanish city mean there’s no need to martyr yourself. Words: Mark Rowe

Also known as the Way of St James, the Camino de Santiago (santiagocompostela. net) has been one of Europe’s most iconic routes since ninthcentury pilgrims began making their way to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela to venerate the remains of St James (one of the 12 apostles, and the patron saint of Spain).

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Walk this way: Lofty passes through volcanic lunar landscapes; ancient pilgrim pathways strewn with churches and ruins; sumptuous forested trails opening out onto vineyards. a rambler’s reward is culture, ambience and wild scenery on the walking routes through Italy, France and Spain