Camino Society Ireland (The Irish Society of the Friends of St. James) is a voluntary organisation, founded in 1992 by returned pilgrims to ‘give something back’ to the Camino and to future pilgrims in gratitude for the fellowship and spiritual renewal they had each experienced on their own Camino. It fosters an understanding and appreciation of the Camino’s related history, art, architecture and music.
It issues the Camino Pilgrim Passport and offers an opportunity to all those interested in the Camino to meet and share practical information and experiences, especially with those intending to travel by foot or by bicycle.
The Camino Information Centre is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 am – 3:30 pm.
The Centre is now CLOSED
We are glad to announce that the centre will be open on SATURDAYS
Watch this space for further news.
The Passports are always available in the Sacristy during office hours throughout the year …
Always check first on 01-4531143. Thank you to all our volunteers from the Camino Society
for keeping the centre open and greeting our pilgrims with a smile and a coffee.
Management and Support – Jim McNicholas, and Bernard have overall responsibility for the co-ordination and running of the Centre.
Passports – Available in the Sacristy (9:00 am to 12 noon Monday to Friday) or in the Camino Centre. Visit www.caminosociety.ie for opening times.
For more about the Camino De Santiago Click Here to visit their website.