Expert advice from The Confraternity of St James

The Confraternity of Saint James was founded in London by a group of six people in 1983 to bring together those interested in the medieval pilgrim routes through Spain and France to the shrine of St James at Santiago de Compostela, and in the associated rich heritage of art, architecture, history, music and faith.

They are a UK-based charity established to promote the pilgrimage to the shrine of St James in Santiago de Compostela.  They provide 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.

You can find out more about the Confraternity and access their useful Guide shop here.