Pilgrim Guides On-line

 

As an experiment, we are putting some of our shorter guides on-line, for free download in return for
a) a
donativo to the Confraternity, and
b) an undertaking that you will give us feedback when you have made your pilgrimage, so that the guides can be regularly updated.

We shall welcome your comments on any aspect of this experiment. Contact the webmaster.

You can still buy printed copies of these guides through our Bookshop in the ordinary way.

The on-line guides now available are (links to the guides are lower down the page):

Pilgrim Guides to Spain (and Portugal)

Pilgrim Guides to the Roads through France

Printed copies are still available through the Bookshop, at the usual price, if you prefer.

If you'd like to download any one of these guides in return for a donativo, you have a choice between:

A) a fully-formatted version, held as a .pdf file, and designed to be printed and then folded so as to make an A5 booklet - but which you cannot edit. For the .pdf version you need to follow these steps:

1. If you haven't already got Adobe Acrobat Reader (it's free), which you need to open .pdf files, you can download it here.

2. From the table below, open and print the Printing Instructions for the Guide of your choice (a single sheet, which you only need once, so you can use scrap paper and draft quality printing!). Each Guide is set so as to print as a two-sided book; if you print it straight off, you'll get into a tangle, so make sure you understand the instructions before returning to this page and going to step 3.

3. Open the Guide itself and either print it straight away, or save it to your hard disc for later printing. Return to this page for step 4.

4. Please recognise that we incur costs in creating and making these guides available, and that we depend on your generosity: so please follow the link in the last line of the table. N.B. you can ignore the box in the payment sequence that asks for your membership number - it's there for other reasons.

5. See the Terms on which these guides are offered

and

B) a version in Word which you can edit to create your own Guide. Follow the link on the 4th line of the table, and save the .doc file to your hard disc: you can shorten it, or add extra material, and format it as you choose. N.B. the Word files are offered on the same Terms as the .pdf versions; and we'd appreciate a donativo in the same way.

 

Pilgrim Guides to Spain(and Portugal)

Camino Inglés

2012/2013

Finisterre

Jan 2009

Tunnel Route

April 2010

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Download .pdf version Download .pdf version Download .pdf version
Download Word file Download Word file No Word file available
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    Updates January 2011

 

Camino Portugués Part 1

Lisbon to Porto

Oct 2009

Camino Portugués Part 2

Porto to Santiago

Jan 2009

Camino del Salvador

Oct 2013

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Download Word file Download Word file Download Word file
Make your donativo Make your donativo Make your donativo
Update November 2012 Update November 2012

 

Madrid to Sahagún

April 2010

 

Camino de Invierno

June 2011

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Download .pdf version   Download .pdf version
Download Word file   Download Word file
  Make your donativo

 

Pilgrim Guides to the Roads through France

 

The Voie Littorale: Soulac to Hendaye

January 2010

  Printing instructions for .pdf version
  Download .pdf version
  Download Word file
  Download maps
  Make your donativo

 

If you have difficulty with any part of this process, please let us know by e-mailing the webmaster web*csj.org.uk (to use this address, copy it into your e-mail programme and replace the '*' with the conventional '@': this is an anti-spam measure)

 

Updates

These Guides can be regarded as having been "published" in the dates indicated. We shall list the updates you send us on this site, as we do for our printed guides, and aim to produce new editions in January each year.

 

Terms of use and re-use of these on-line Guides

These on-line Guides are offered on Creative Commons terms. This means that you can use and reuse our material free of charge and without explicit permission, provided that you cite its source, and that if you pass it on, even in altered form (which is OK), you do so on the same terms as you received it; but if you intend there to be any financial return from your re-use of the material you should contact the Secretary to negotiate a fee (which we can of course waive if the circumstances justify it). Follow the above link for more detail on the Creative Commons license.