The Blog

About Glasgow

Get to know about Glasgow city of culture in Scotland, Scotland’s largest city, like a true Scotsman. Its bustling metropolitan center is located on the River Clyde and is…

Letter from the directors

Dear friends and fellow travellers, We are still dreaming of that marvellous moment when we are all able to stride out again on long walks…

Escher in Abruzzo

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898 – 1972) needs no introduction. The Dutch artist’s mathematically inspired artwork featuring impossible objects and geometric shapes, unique perspectives on nature,…

Campo Imperatore

The “Little Tibet” of Italy Suffice to say that while doing research for our new Small Group Walking Tour of Abruzzo we were completely blown…

Ovid, Sulmona & Abruzzo

An introduction to one of the oldest cities in Abruzzo A trip to Abruzzo is not complete without a visit of Sulmona. During our walking…

ONWARD INTO GALICIA

With Galicia waiting just round the corner and Santiago now closer than ever, the time to leave Matavenero had finally come. Living here for nearly…

AN UNUSUAL DETOUR

23rd June 2014 Walking the Camino is like playing a game; you’re always looking out for the next shell or yellow arrow to lead you…

CASTILLA Y LEON

18th June 2014   Rua El Cid As we stepped into the streets of Leon we felt a heavy weight lifted off our shoulders. Soon…

ONWARD TO ESTELLA

1st June 2014 Most pilgrims usually set off early in the morning: we never managed to get going until at least 9. After our night…

Why the Faun?

Two things we always get asked on our trips: the origins of the name Caspin and our logo, the Faun. Well, one thing led to the other.…