The following is a list of URLs of interest that provide varied and useful information for pilgrims.
Website of the Biblioteca Jacobea, a library whose content relates to the Camino de Santiago and offers a very extensive list of references on all aspects related to the Camino.
A space on the official UNESCO website offering information on the recognition of the Camino de Santiago as a World heritage site. Not available in Spanish. Available in English and French.
Website of the Ministry of Culture, Education and Sport with information on the Cultural Routes initiative of the Council of Europe.
Website on the Camino Francés (French Way) with information on its historical and cultural heritage, with images of the most important monuments.
Website on the cultural heritage and the candidacy for World Heritage listing of the Camino Primitivo (Original Way), Camino de la Costa (Coastal Route), Camino Interior Vasco-Riojano (Basque Country-Rioja Inland Route) and Camino Lebaniego (Lebaniego Way).
Website dealing with the Camino de Santiago offering information on its historical and cultural heritage, with images of the most important monuments:
Information on the Camino de Santiago on the Official Tourism of Spain website.
Website of the Government of Cantabria with information on the Camino Lebaniego (Lebaniego Way) and the Camino del Norte Peninsular (Routes of Northern Spain) created to mark the 2017Jubilee Year.
Website of the Government of Galicia with information on the Museum of Pilgrimage and Santiago, dedicated to the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in honour of Saint James.
Programme on RNE Radio 5, presented and produced by Txema Berruete Cilveti, which journeys through the 31 stages of the Camino Francés (French Way).
Offering a description of the stages of the different routes, with maps from the Spanish Army Geographic Centre. It gives a list of Spanish and foreign associations linked to the Camino de Santiago.
Website with a religious content with information on Pilgrims' Passports, jubilee years, the dioceses along the route and other considerations and advice for pilgrims. It includes a list of published material and audiovisuals for those planning to make the pilgrimage. Versions in English, Italian, French, German and Spanish.
Website offering information on how to obtain the 'Jacobeo' University Credential, an initiative of the Alumni Association of the University of Navarre and Spanish universities located on the Camino Francés (French Way). It contains links to Spanish and international universities where the credential can be obtained. Available in English and Spanish.