Camino, Cycling, Discovery, Walking

La joie de vivre – 7 ways to experience France

20 Mar , 2018  

7 Ways to Experience France

There is no doubting the appeal of France among our customers – and the latest figures from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation underline the European country’s appeal. France is by far the world’s most visited country, recording 83.7 million visitors at the last count in 2014, and well above the second placed US with […]

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23 Essential Camino de Santiago FAQs

9 Feb , 2018  

Your Questions Answered…… Booking the Camino is a significant commitment, and you will undoubtedly have a considerable number of questions and queries.  We hope the answers below will go some way to answering your queries. Alternatively, we would strongly suggest you visit Camino de Santiago website which has a wealth of information on the Camino. Is there Wifi access […]

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4 Foods You’ll Eat on the Camino

26 Jan , 2018  

Enjoying coffee on the Camino Frances.

Food is usually one of my favorite parts of a walking tour. On the Final Stage of the Camino Frances, I got more than I bargained for with culinary treats that still have my mouth watering. Scrap those packed lunches and get those taste buds ready for some delicious Galician cuisine! Once you start walking […]

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Adventure of the Week: Camino Portugués: The Coastal Way

24 Jan , 2018  

The Camino Portugués has been gaining in popularity for the last decade. Many people who walk the Camino Frances are looking for a ‘what next’ and walking from Lisbon, up to Santiago seems like the logical solution. A fantastic walk through the heart of Portugal, meeting its friendly people, eating the hearty food and drinking […]

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Camino de Santiago Travel Guide

11 Dec , 2017  

Here at Macs Adventure, we understand that our customers have hectic lives!  Planning any adventure takes a lot of time and patience. Therefore we have we have put together a travel blog which will hopefully reduce the hassle and help in the initial planning stages of this once in a lifetime journey. Travelling to Spain is […]

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Eating and Drinking on the Camino Frances – Sarria to Santiago

11 Dec , 2017  

I have recently joined a club whose alumni span centuries. Earlier this year I completed the final 100km of the Camino Frances, earning my Compostela from Santiago de Compostela cathedral. I could easily list through my personal highlights of the 7 Day walk, but I would ramble on for a long time (and probably will […]

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Essential Phrases for the Camino de Santiago

8 Dec , 2017  

Learning the local language will definitely improve the quality of your trip. Being able to interact with local people, even if it is just the pleasantries, will make all the difference and in Spain, if you try to speak a few words of Spanish, you will be rewarded for your efforts. We would suggest getting […]

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Eating and Drinking on the Camino de Santiago

8 Dec , 2017  

The route to Santiago is filled with wonder. There are sights and sounds to lose yourself in; there are glorious hills and ice-blue rivers and the most fantastic, generous and welcoming people.  There is no doubt that whatever stage of the Camino Frances you walk, you will enjoy your time on the route. While this […]

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#MacsMoment – Best of the Camino de Santiago 2017

5 Dec , 2017  

Macs Adventure’s annual photography competition, #MacsMoment, encourages people to send in photos of their trip that best emphasise what their adventure has been all about. It doesn’t require you to be the greatest photographer in the world, just to capture the moment and share it with fellow Macs Adventure customers. We have had a ton […]

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What Should I Pack for the Camino de Santiago?

5 Dec , 2017  

What do I need to take on the Camino? As a general rule, no matter the distance and difficulty of your Camino, you should travel light. The less you carry the more you will enjoy the experience. Things to consider: Planning what to take with you will largely depend on your accommodation and whether you […]

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