Camino de Santiago map

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A 60-page walking map traces the Camino Francés section of the Camino de Santiago in northwestern Spain. Beginning in St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, and ending at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, this is one of the oldest and most popular sections of the 1,200-year-old pilgrimage track.

The 5"x9¾" map, printed on waterproof plastic paper with UV-resistant ink, includes a 3-D aerial map of the terrain (scale: 1cm = 1km) along the 800-kilometer trek. Information on recommended refuges, hostels and eateries along the route is included.

Available online ($39.90) from Camino Downunder (North Bondi, NSW, Australia; phone +61 2 9365 7525, ).

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A 60-page walking map traces the Camino Francés section of the Camino de Santiago in northwestern Spain. Beginning in St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, and ending at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, this is one of the oldest and most popular sections of the 1,200-year-old pilgrimage track.

The 5"x9¾" map, printed on waterproof plastic paper with UV-resistant ink, includes a 3-D aerial map of the terrain (scale: 1cm = 1km) along the 800-kilometer trek. Information on recommended refuges, hostels and eateries along the route is included.

Available online ($39.90) from Camino Downunder (North Bondi, NSW, Australia; phone +61 2 9365 7525, ).