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It all started in 2012, my first Camino.
From Saint Jean Pied de Port I went to Santiago de Compostela and then on to Fisterra. A year later it was again the Camino Frances, this time from Leon to Santiago de Compostela and this time on to Muxa.
Offa's Dyke Path in England/Wales
from Chepstow to Prestatyn
A rather unknown path followed in 2014.
The Offa's Dyke Path on the British Isles. This route follows the border between Englang and Wales on almost 300 kilometres. On foot and only with a backpack we spent two weeks on this fantastic path.
The Via de la Plata in January 2015.
For 10 days alone on the Camino, no pilgrims, no bars, almost everything was closed. Somehow I was glad that I had to go back to Germany after 10 days. At another time of the year I will definitely continue this Camino.
In October 2017 the Camino Inglés
6 relaxing days on this very short Camino. At about 120 kilometers, it is the shortest Camino. From Ferrol on the north coast of Galicia, you will pass through the typical hills to Santiago de Compostela
Camino Primitivo in October 2018
Scenic the most beautiful Camino I've run so far. But it is also a challenging path. It leads over the foothills of the Cantrabian mountains from Oviedo to Melide. The last kilometers to Santiago de Compostela followthe Camino Frances.
A path that has fallen into oblivion.
From Ponferrada, I spent two weeks on this Camino with its very varied landscape. Much is still very original, the people, the many old villages and the way of life. This Camino is a very quiet path, so if you are looking for peace and quiet, you are on the right track.
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