The place to give visibility to producers and craftswomen of the French Camino de Santiago and connect them with pilgrims.

If you are a craftswoman or producer in the environment of the Camino de Santiago join the Sorority Network and make yourself known.

Why was the Sorority Network born?

The largest number of people who walk the Camino are women.

The presence of women in rural areas, although growing, continues to be a minority.

How do we do it?


Through this website all those producers and craftswomen who wish to do so, can fill out this form to register. In this way you will be visible so that pilgrims can get to know you, know your project and get in touch with you when they are doing the Camino.


Through face-to-face meetings in certain locations along the Camino, in which women producers and artisans will have the opportunity to meet in person the women walkers who are crossing the territory at that time.

Our goals


To give visibility to women and their projects.


Strengthen human and commercial ties between the women of the Camino.


Generate encounters and turn them into memorable personal experiences.


Generate trusting relationships.


To transmit knowledge about the culture, gastronomy and art of the region through its protagonists.

Craftswomen and producers

Find here the craftswomen and producers who are already part of the Sorority Network.

Remember that if you want to be part of it you can apply through
our form.

Sausages El Bordón

The Plant Fiber Laboratory

Organic Cheese Factory Axuribeltz

Torres chocolates

Art is written with Love

Aizeaga – The Truffle of the North

Pago de Larrainzar Winery

Kondaira Beers

Vinoteca Tierra de Sabores


Mariposa Pititico

Libertad Pertierra

I want


If you are an artisan or producer and want to make your project known, join the Sorority Network.

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