Camino Santiago Good route descriptions and maps. Good information on Hotels, Camping and Restaurants. Good practical advice and a wealth of history etc. Elevation map for cyclists.
Mundicamino Very good route descriptions and maps including other routes such as Via de la Plata. Very good information on refugios, inns and hotels.
Pilgrimage to Santiago (was Santiago Today) Pilgrimage and tourism related news from Santiago de Compostela.
Camino Portugues Details of the Camino from Oporto to Santiago by the Associacao dos Amigos do Camino Portugues.
Caminho de Santiago de Compostela One of the oldest and biggest Camino sites based in Brazil now inserted because of their growing English content.
Xacobeo Galician Government website with good information on the Camino especially within Galicia. Look at the Downloads page for PDF guides to each of the routes.
CaminoGuides A good guide book by John Brierly with detailed maps and refuge ratings. The right size for taking with you with the Confraternity of St James guide.
The Roads to Santiago A long established site by Peter Robbins with information on the many routes to Santiago.
Camino de Santiago Ratings of nearly all the refuges. In Spanish but easy to navigate.
Refugios & Auberges Costs of the refuges in Spanish but a simple site to understand.
Via Michelin Great for maps and hotel information.
Paradores If you want to stay at the Hostal Reyes Catolicos in Santiago, San Marcos in Leon, Santo Domingo, Villafranca on the Frances or Zafra, Merida, Caceres, Plasencia, Salamanca, Zamora or Benavente on the Via de la Plata book here.
Weather on the Camino Gives details on weather patterns over the year and links to current weather details.
Peregrinometro As site which will produce an elevation profile of your route.
RENFE The English pages of the Spanish rail system.
The Way of St James on Horseback A guidebook to riding the Camino Frances.
Backpack45 A good site for books, part of a much larger backpacking site.
The Camino in La Rioja Regional site with much information including a details of the Camino del Ebro.
Camino de Santiago Leslie Gilmour’s camino site with a packing list, and lots of other useful stuff including soon a web search that will only search camino sites.
AEVF The European Association of the Via Francigena is a website run by the councils on the route with a huge amount of information including maps and directions.
Eurovia A group who have much information and who publish a DVD about the Via Francigena.
Pilgrim Publications Paul Chinn and Babette Gallards’s guides to the Via Francigena and soon Santiago.