Clare Batty and family celebrating the end of their pilgrimage in front of the Cathedral


I walked the Camino de Santiago de Comostela after knowing for over two years I would walk because I was “supposed to”. Author: Katharine Elliott


I needed more of a challenge in my life and I really felt the Camino would provide that for me. With that, we left on our Camino experience.

PQP – Angela Lucas

The Camino de Santiago de Compostella is many things to different people. It is an amazing adventure that tests endurance and faith.

PQP52 – Dermot Dolan

I walked my first Camino in April – May 2011, it was the Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de Port. Since then I have walked about eleven Caminos.


Pilgrims with a bounce in their step after a coffee break

PQP51 – Nerida Quinn

For some unexplained reason, I became obsessed with the pilgrimage. I don’t know why! I had never traveled out of Australia, but I felt called.


“…The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved … the ones who never yawn…”