Independent, non-commercial information on the
CAMINO de SANTIAGO

Updated Notice
Information Centre
We are Open 
Each Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
*Hours 10:30 to 15:30.*
*Pilgrims blessing @ 12noon on the 1st Saturday of each month.

Next Walk

Sat  June 25th 2022

Howth Head

"Black Linn" route with spectacular views"

For Members & Friends

Watch John Rafferty & John Brierley

in Conversation about the Camino.

Link to Video

Camino Society Ireland office
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Information Centre 

Open Days & Times

We are OPEN each

Thursday, Friday & Saturday 

 

*Hours 10:30 to 15:30.*

 

*Pilgrims blessing @ 12noon on the 1st Saturday of each month.

Important Notice for all Intending Pilgrims.


To collect your Compostela in Santiago you must now pre-register via the Pilgrim Office website.

 

This is necessary in order to facilitate the quick and STRESS FREE collection of your Compostela.

 

Click on the link below and save it to your phone. 

Get you Name in our Amazing

Book of Pilgrims

 

 

 

 

 

 

for more Information 

 

Membership of the Society offers the opportunity to stay connected with the Camino and receive regular updates.

The Society also arranges events and activities during the year.

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Camino de Santiago landscape

WHO WE ARE

The Camino Society Ireland is a voluntary organisation, founded in 1992 by returned pilgrims to ‘give something back’ to the Camino and to future pilgrims.

On a practical level we provide

  • the only Official Irish Pilgrim Passport (credentials)

  • a Camino Information Centre in St James Church in Dublin

  • practical Information Days for intending pilgrims

  • a newsletter and more....keep an eye out for our "events"....

WHAT WE DO

We offer an opportunity to all those interested in the Camino to meet and share practical information and experiences, especially with those intending to travel. 

 

We are  non-political, non-profit, non-sectarian and non-denominational, encompassing all of Ireland and is open to all.​

 

We fosters an understanding and appreciation of the Camino’s related history, art, architecture and music.