passports & stamps

Official Camino Passports can be used to collect beautiful stamps created by local artists en route. This 25km Boyne Valley Camino can be continued in Galicia by walking the old pilgrim route from A Coruña (the landing port for pilgrims from Ireland through the ages) to Santiago de Compostela (75km) to complete the 100km required to receive an official Compostela. 

how to get your camino passport

The Camino Passport can be purchased from The Camino Society Ireland at the their office or from their website. The passport comes in book and the newer foldout format and both are official. Passport cost: €10 and can be bought online or at The Camino Society of Ireland

St James’s Church, James’s St, Dublin 8, D08 X799.
(Office beside St James’s church)


087 224 3618

Boyne Valley Camino Route

Stamping your passport

St. Peter’s Church – West Street, Drogheda
The Marcy Hotel – West Street, Drogheda
Hurley’s Deli – Narrow West Street, Drogheda
Mellifont Abbey – OPW office during season
Lynch’s Supermarket – Main Street, Tullyallen
Morning Star Pub – Main Street, Tullyallen
Oldbridge House – Oldbridge, Co. Meath
Tourist Office – Tholsel, Drogheda
Clarke’s Bar – Peter Street, Drogheda

To complete your Compostela

Bring your Camino Passport to A Coruña in Northern Spain and walk the 75km to Santiago, collecting stamps en route.