The Camino Teresiano eBook ~ A Personal Digital Guide from the PilgrimageTraveler.com

Download Your Copy of the Camino Teresiano eBook in PDF Format

Use our one-of-a-kind and informative guide for your own Camino Teresiano. This route, little known, is a jewel just waiting your discovery! Walk in the footsteps of St. Teresa and St. John of the Cross, medieval mystics who changed the face of "going deeper" forever. 

Our guide is one-of-a-kind because it is the only guide we know that is written in English. You can find lots of information in Spanish, but you may miss something in this terrain where you need to plan ahead and call ahead to secure food and/or accommodation. It is a true pilgrimage adventure!

I have taken my webpages of the Camino Teresiano and converted them into a PDF formatted eBook, so that you can have all the guidance you need when offline in the remote villages of the meseta of the northern plateau of Spain, where there is extremely limited WiFi, and often limited cellular service as well. My data plan did not help except in bigger towns!

Never before has a Camino offered more solitude and a chance for personal reflection than the Ruta Teresiana, as it is also called by the locals. 

We have edited our web page information specifically for ease of reading. We all know that for a large volume of material it is easier to read in book or document format than online. Our eBook digital guides are your answer. You can read it on the airplane too!

I recommend that you read my guide the night before each day's walk, so that you can be fully prepared for what is ahead the next day. Just click the "Buy Now" button below the photo and use your credit card or your PayPal account. It's as easy as 1-2-3. You will then have all you need to make your Carmino Teresiano a total success, both physically and spiritually!

Additional Bonus Material: This eBook also contains information on the route that connects the Camino Teresiano with the Vía de la Plata in Salamanca, for an onward pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela on the Camino de Santiago. This connecting route is called the Camino Natural Vía de la Plata

Some Comments from our Guide Book Users:

From the Ingles/Finisterre: "I just returned last night from Spain after completing my Camino Ingles and Camino Finisterre/Muxia. I had downloaded both your eBooks in PDF and your GPS tracks to my iPhone. I wanted to drop a note and let you know that I don't think I could have done the Camino without your guidebooks and GPS tracks. At the very least they made it the experience I had hoped it would be - they helped me prepare for each day's walk ahead of time and not focus as much on the navigation during the walk, so that I could focus on the Camino itself each day. I can't imagine the amount of effort that must have gone into preparing the eBooks. And your generosity in sharing the GPS tracks. Thank you again."

From the Coastal Portuguese: "Dear Elle, I've just completed the Camino Portuguese solo from Porto using mostly Senda Litoral with the help of your wonderful guide - thank you! I've had a magical time. Having your interactive GPS was so, so useful for keeping on track, especially in the cities  and when I had to go 'off track' locating hotels etc. Your great photos and ideas for things to see near the path were lovely, e.g. the church in Vila do Conde where I just caught the end of the Mass service and the Santiaguino do Monte where I had the place to myself - very peaceful. And great advice to walk out of Porto rather than take the Metro to Matosinhos - thanks. There were many families enjoying the lovely day (Saturday) and it was a pleasure to experience. They are obviously increasing the Ecovia (boardwalk) even since you wrote this. I did take the decision not to do beach walking as you did (apart from the odd moments) because I didn't know if it would work with tides. Thank you again!"

Digital Guide for Download Only:

Download the eBook now in PDF format, by clicking the "Buy Now" or "Add to Cart" Button, below. Please be advised that this is a digital product only. You will not receive any type of print or hard copy of anything! 

(We update our guidebook whenever we receive new information, so you may want to consider getting on our email list for FREE updated versions as they become available. Just click the "subscribe to newsletter and updates" box in the download window, after your purchase.)

Even though the story of our actual walks may be several years ago, we constantly cruise through many sources, including Facebook Camino Groups, Wikiloc and the Camino de Santiago Forum to ensure we capture any new accommodations, route changes and other important information just for you! We DO re-walk the routes, whenever we can!

Caminos Teresianos eBook Guide
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Note to the Reader About Downloading:

Make sure if you wish to download to an Apple iPad or iPhone that you have a reader installed before attempting to download directly to it! Check your device for iBooks, Notes, Adobe or another reader of your choice compatible with Apple products. Apple does not allow for direct downloading to its devices.

If you are successful downloading to an Apple device, don't forget to save it somewhere, usually iBooks, or you may have to download it again after you close the document. 

For Apple users, your best option might be to download the eBook to your computer first, then save it to a cloud service, like iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, Mega, One Drive, etc. You will then be able to access the PDF file on your mobile iOS device from the cloud service. You will have to have the cloud service installed on your device, through their app. Then just download the document to the device from the cloud.

Or, you can download the eBook PDF file directly to your iPad, iPhone or iPod by following these instructions: Click here. If you do this, make sure you make the eBook available offline, by following these instructions: Click here.

If you keep your document stored in the cloud, you will never lose it and you will be able to access it from any and all of your electronic devices at anytime! This is true for Android operating systems as well!

Please don't forget that you will not receive anything in the mail, or any paper product of any type! This is a digital product only. You will receive an email  with a link to download the eBook. If you cannot find the email, please check your email's junk folder. Look for an email from the Body Window, LLC.

If you are not a techie, and need help downloading the PDF document, please feel free to contact us and we will assist you. Make sure your device has sufficient memory to handle the file. It may take awhile to download.

The file size is 160 Mb and it is 129 pages long. 

I hope you enjoy your Camino Teresiano as much as I did and find it to be more successful with the information I have provided you. Also, please like and share on Facebook if you find this eBook helpful! 

If at any time you find my information inaccurate, as you travel the Camino Teresiano, I would appreciate the feedback. The Camino is a fluid and ever-changing thing! It is impossible for me to walk the Camino many times over and over to update my information, as much as I would like to make walking a full-time job! So contact me, if I need to make changes to my Camino Teresiano eBook. I appreciate it!

Ultreia and Buen Camino!




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