How many times have we wondered what the Camino has that so many people from all over the world have it in their list of pending things to do, at least once in their lives, and that once they do it, they are hooked for different reasons.
We start from the base that not everyone does the Camino de Santiago with the same motivations. The meaning of this route has evolved with the passing of time and with today's society, not only being the religious factor the main motivation. Everyone can make the Camino for different reasons: religious, cultural, gastronomic, tourist, sports, etc.
Whatever it is, The Way is a life experience that will not leave you indifferent and in which each one will experience different sensations. Many will be able to tell you how the Camino is, but what is clear is that there is a live experience in the first person, because reality far exceeds the legend of the Camino.
The Camino is about lived experiences, it is not only the photographs that we will remember, but the good moments in the company of other pilgrims from different cultures and countries, the help and welcome received, the humane and close treatment of its people, the contact with nature. oneself and feel inner peace. All this will leave your mind free and bring out the best in you.
The Camino is wrapped in these sensations and positive energies of so many and so many pilgrims who have traveled it for centuries. Whoever starts the Way to Santiago de Compostela does so full of illusions, hopes, good energy, etc. This is precisely what the pilgrim feels and is imbued with it. The Camino is "pure life" that goes from its rivers, the slopes of its mountains, the leaves of the trees, its stones, etc.
We believe it advisable that each person, even if they are with a large group of people, make their "own Way", at their own pace, not that of the others.
El Camino offers us time and moment for everything we look for, time to meet "fellow travelers", think, take photographs, visit interesting monuments along the route, share experiences and experiences, etc.
We advise not to be in a hurry to finish the stages to arrive very soon at the end of the same, because it will be necessary to remember that the fundamental thing of the Way is in itself, and not in arriving at the end.
The value of the Way and of Life is not in what you walk, in what you discover, or in what you are given; the value of the Way is in the love that you offer in your journey.
The Way is a search and a fascination for the universe of the senses.
But let's not be mistaken pilgrims the arrival to Santiago de Compostela It is not the end, but the end of a journey that begins the True Path.