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map of Camino De Santiago

Search Camino By MapThe earliest pilgrims followed the stars and way markers. Use your mobile device like a 21st century compass to guide you to your evening’s rest. Simply click on the Search by Map link link, allow mycaminobed to access your location and press the small "My Location" button in the lower right-hand corner to display your position on the camino. Look for the pilgrim pins indicating the lodgings that exist in the upcoming towns. Simply click on the pin and you can get directions, or book your accommodations for the upcoming evening with a single click on the “Book Now” button.

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hikers on Camino De Santiago

Search Camino By StageSearch by Stage helps shrink the vast 800 km. length of the camino into easy-to-follow daily walking plans or "Stages". "mycaminobed" is designed with 33 stages averaging 23 km. daily to complete the entire Camino Francés. By selecting a stage, see the towns along your daily route. Choose a town and see all the existing accommodations in that location. Pick a lodging, see contact information, photos, reviews, make advance reservations using the "Book now" button and even get walking directions directly to the evening’s shelter.

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Find and book your room in 3 quick steps.

  1. Use our Camino Map to pinpoint your location!
  2. Choose on a Hotel Marker to view the hotel details.
  3. Click on the Book Now Link to book your room on booking.com!

The Way of St. James is almost 800 km. in length. It can seem a daunting task at first. Beginning in Saint-Jean-Pied-du-Port in France, the camino passes through over 250 villages, towns and cities as it crosses northern Spain winding its way to Santiago de Compostela. Follow the three easy steps above and allow yourself to enjoy the rhythm of your camino journey without concerns about the night’s lodgings.

News & Posts

The biggest pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago…you may never see

As the path winds its way westward through the suburbs of Burgos, the last small town of Villalbilla de Burgos lies sandwiched between the industrial zone Los Brezos and the Madrid-Irun railway corridor. The name seems to be a corruption of its ancient name of Villa Alba (White Palace). Historically, it has always formed part […]

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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire…along the Camino de Santiago

  As autumn extends its grip along the camino, the presence of pilgrims begin to fade like the colors in the landscape. The numbers arriving in Santiago de Compostela drop dramatically in November. But there is still plenty of life in the villages, towns and cities that line the way. The magosto is a typical celebration in […]

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