Walking the Camino Frances documentary reaches 100,000 views
The Flagler Films documentary titled Buen Camino: Walking the French Way reaches 100,000 views today on YouTube. The documentary premiered on YouTube on September 30, 2023 and already has surpassed 100,000 views, 1,900 likes and hundreds of positive comments. Many people has stated that this documentary is the best documentary ever produced about walking the Camino Frances.
The Camino Frances, also known as the French Way, has existed for over 1,000 years. It is the most popular, well-marked, long-distance walking route in the world. In recent times 150,000 to 200,000 people walk on this route annually.
The French Way begins in the city of St. Jean Pied de Port, France and travels approximately 800km through the four Spanish Regions of Navarra, La Rioja, Castilla y Leon and Galicia, finishing in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. The route travels over mountainous landscapes, across the rolling Spanish countryside and through urban areas… introducing visitors to the most remarkable scenery, historical and cultural landmarks, churches, cathedrals, monasteries and friendly towns along the way.
Join award-winning, outdoor adventure filmmaker Mark Flagler as he embarks on this inspirational, 37 day journey, capturing this adventure of a lifetime.
Witness the challenges of walking on long-distance trails, the joys, moments of awe and wonder, creating new friendships, being part of the Camino family and experience all that makes the French Way so special.
Flagler Films has created a Walking the French Way Documentary Bundle that answers the many questions about this route. This informative download provides additional essential information about this Camino. It’s the perfect content for anyone who is looking to walk the French Way in the future. This package can only be found here: https://www.flaglerfilms.com/portfolio-item/walking-the-french-way-documentary-bundle/
Flagler Films would like to thank the Spanish Tourism Regions of Navarra, La Rioja, Castilla y Leon and Galicia for supporting this documentary. A big special thanks goes to the Spanish Tourism Office in Dublin, Ireland for assisting with this project.