Experience Santiago. Discover Galicia.
Pilgrim Spirit is a joint project involving several entities that share space in the Campus Stellae Business and Coworking Centre in the Plaza de la Quintana, where the Puerta Santa itself is located.
Oriented towards tourism and the Camino de Santiago, our aim is to offer the best quality services to visitors to Galicia and to Santiago de Compostela in particular.
We combine different complementary services ranging from tours and guided visits, to specialised massages or meeting spaces. Find out about all our services and projects by clicking on the button.
The night visits to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela began on 10 August. These are guided tours for groups of up to a maximum of 25 people and are organised by the Santiago Cathedral Foundation. These visits allow guided tours of the interior of the Cathedral at night, once it is closed to the …
As reported by various media, thousands of tourists thronged the old town and exceeded the most optimistic expectations this weekend. The cloudy weather helped those with coastal getaway plans to spend the weekend on the streets of Compostela. Different languages were heard but the domestic visitor is still king and is driving the tourist season. …
Here are links to sources of information you should check if you are planning to visit Santiago de Compostela or Galicia, especially from abroad: Health control process for travellers visiting Spain: + INFO: Spain Travel Health Resolution of 4 June 2021 of the Directorate-General for Public Health on health checks to be carried out at points …
Discover the way
Around the year 820, the tomb of St. James the Greater was found and immediately the sacred place was created to venerate his remains. Today, twelve centuries later, the pilgrimage is a unique experience in a globalised world.
The creation of the holy year in Santiago dates back to the 15th century. It is thought that the first in history may have been the Jubilee of 1428, or perhaps that of 1434, both of which were called by Archbishop Lope de Mendoza. The next one will be in 2021.
“Santiago no es el final del Camino, si no el principio.”
“Santiago is not the end of the Camino, but the beginning.”– Paulo Coelho
Do you know our coins?
Visit us and discover our limited series of commemorative coins. Coins with different motifs related to the Camino de Santiago and the city: the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, the holy year, the Apostle Santiago, the shell, etc.
Click on the button for more photos and details.
Plaza de la Quintana nº3, Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, España
(+34) 981 522 788