Where does Camino end?



We took a day trip to Finisterre, you can see from the photo that it is very beautiful. It left me to reflect about why some people walk on from Santiago to Finisterre… for me the cathedral and tomb of St James are the end, and I see how some pilgrims arrive and yet are not ready to finish.. Finisterre provides a literal end point, but I think that the message of the Camino is more clearly expressed in the feeling that it is not finished, life, with all the joys of Camino, goes on. The Camino is not about an end point, it is about a beginning.


2 Responses to “Where does Camino end?”

  1. mcsfcj Says:

    May your pilgrimage be blessed in every way possible!

  2. clarefcj Says:

    I like the idea that the end is only the beginning…That is life for all of us I believe…

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