Camino Challenge 2020

We are delighted to announce our Camino Challenge for 2020!!

We are delighted to announce The Camino de Fisterra as our route for 2020!!

Once referred to as the end of the known world this magical route offers spectacular scenery along the Atlantic coast. The Camino de Fisterra marks the end of all caminos and finishes at the final 0.0km waymarker.

Please enter your details in the form below and we will send you a detailed outline of our 2020 Camino Challenge!!

This group trip is a 6 night trip where we fly out from Dublin on the 6th of September and return on the 12th of September.  Register before December 31st to avail of our early bird €100 discount.

We look forward to welcoming some new faces and meeting up with old friends on what will no doubt be another amazing adventure for all involved.

If you have any queries on any of the above please do not hesitate to contact Jarlath on 01-2073826 or jarlath.coyle@alzheimer.ie.

 

Buen Camino!!!

ASI Camino Adventure 2020!

Please register your details below if you you like to hear more about our Camino Challenge taking place in 2020!!

In 2018 we walked from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela while in 2019 we walked from Baiona to Santiago on the Portuguese Coastal Route. On our Camino trips You will be walking approximately four to six hours each day, but there are plenty of places along the way to enjoy a little break. Our Camino trips are fully guided. Our guides are very knowledgeable about the culture and history of the areas you will visit.

The aim is to follow in the footsteps of many pilgrims throughout the ages while raising funds and public awareness for people with dementia in Ireland during World Alzheimer’s Month in September.

Make 2020 the year you do something that really pushes your limits. Take on our Camino Challenge and raise much needed funds for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland.

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