Earn the Compostela Certificate

The Compostela

All the tours arriving in Santiago will allow you to earn the “Compostela”

Don’t forget to prepare yourself spiritually before the Camino.

Immediately after booking a tour, Our Official Camino Tour Companies will ship you the famous Pilgrim’s Passport, known in the Spanish language as “La Credencial”.  

By getting a couple of stamps per day on your Pilgrim passport (from churches, bars, or associations you find during your walk) will entitle you to receive the “Compostela Certificate” once you arrive in Santiago. This certificate will be provided to you at the central office for pilgrims situated close to the cathedral. It’s very easy to spot it, as it is very central. You might notice the long cue of pilgrims waiting to get their certificate.

Fun Fact:

The Compostela Certificate has a spiritual meaning. It’s not just a certificate you get when you walk at least last 100 km or cycle a minimum of 200 km. For us, the Compostela Certificate is about your experience and your personal journey, the daily effort you put in your travels, and the extraordinary people you meet during your experience!

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