Blogs are not included. There are very many of these and more are started every day.
Camino An illustrated journal by Andrew Lievesley of his journey from Le Puy to Santiago.
A Month under the Milky Way A good journal by a Spanish couple, Paca and Salva, who have walked the route more than once.
Camino Santiago Compostela As much a guide as a journal with good photos by Caroline Mathieson.
Camino de Santiago A site with its authors journal and links to many other journals by Peter Kuiper and Ana Lopez Contreras.
Yack Butter Blues A great site by Brandon Wilson with journals of the Camino de Santiago, Via Francigena, St Olav’s Way and more.
Walking through Shadows A beautifully designed website if difficult to navigate by Carl Sesto.
Trento Bike Pages Many good journals of cycling on the Camino and throughout Spain.
Walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela A delightful journal with some wonderful photos by David Foster who walked from Somport.
Works and Words A short journal with some good advice by Mike Metras.
The American Road to Compostela Not so much a journal as inspiration to start from home no matter where by Patrick Dazelle.
By Horse A short account of a journey by horse by Ben Timberlake.
Turly’s Walk A well illustrated journal.
Magpie’s Midsummer March A detailed journal by a pilgrim who walked from Astorga.
A Diary of my 900km A journal by a Japanese pilgrim.
The Road to Santiago Diary of Dudley Glover. A good journal by an insulin dependant diabetic.
My walk on the Pilgrims Road A 58 day journey by Jurgen Paque from Collorgues via Arles.
Mistah Rick’s Place A well produced cycle journal of an escorted tour by Mick VandeLugt.
Pilgrim A beautifully written journal by Philip Rush with good photos which gives a good general impression of the camino.
Cycling the Camino A site for cyclists by Arthur.
A Scottish Camino A short cycle journal by Wallace.
Santiago 2001 A cycle journal from the UK via Dieppe through France and returning via Santander by Shane Badham.
The Pilgrimage to Santiago An excellent journal by the Irish Australian, Mark Noke who started in Le Puy.
My Camino A journal by Istvan Lengyel about five young peoples’ journey from Budapest to Santiago.
Meredith’s Camino A journal by Meredith Sykes-Graham of a slow but steady journey which should encourage many unsure of their ability to complete the Camino Frances.
From Rostrevor to Santiago The personal account of the pilgrimage of Brian O'Callaghan, who left the village of Rostrevor in Ireland on 23 March 2005 to walk to Rosslare and then from Cherbourg to Santiago. As he progresses, Brian provides regular updates and photographs of his journey.
Oliver Schroder’s Diary Oliver walker the camino in June 2004 with a violin recording music along the way and produced a CD as well as the diary on his site.
On Foot in Spain Nancy Frey wrote Pilgrim Stories - On and Off the Road to Santiago in 1998 based on her anthropological study of the resurgence of the Camino in the early-mid 1990s. For nine years she and her partner (Jose) have been running On Foot In Spain - a cultural walking tours company that specializes in the Camino and other areas of northern Spain. On the website there are some interesting Legends & Stories of the Camino as well as a booklist.
Via Francigena Pilgrims Sylvia's Blog of the five South African girls' journey from Switzerland to Rome with photos.
Walk to Rome Ann Milner’s account of her walk from Santiago de Compostela to Rome.
Rome Walk Journal by Peter Clifton who walked in 92 days in July 2001
From Essex to Rome on Foot The account of Michael & Claire Malonelee’s pilgrimage on the Via Francigena with good photos.
Pilgrim Route Finders Paul Chinn and Babette Gallard’s excellent blog