Aymeric Project

Pilgrims have always felt the need to travel identified as pilgrims of Saint James. This condition gives them some privileges that other walkers do not have. The scallop shell, also called scallop, was their first identification. In the thirteenth century, the "probatory letters", precursors of the current Passport, began to be used.

At present, pilgrims travel with the Pilgrim’s Passport, which is a document similar to a pop-up passport of several pages, and in which the pilgrims collect the stamps of the hostels, hotels, restaurants, town halls, temples and many other establishments of the towns they pass through. It is necessary to exhibit in order to have the right to use the hostels, usually public, that are along the Way.


Aymeric takes a step further in identifying pilgrims who go to Santiago de Compostela. With the help of new technologies, it creates a universal registry of pilgrims that travel identified through a QR code.

Pero Aymeric es mucho más que un sistema de identificación. Aymeric va a ser la agenda universal del Camino, de todo el Camino, de todos los Caminos. Aymeric va a facilitar un sistema de acogida moderno y actualizado a los tiempos.

Queremos convertir la experiencia de caminar por el Camino de Santiago en una experiencia única, donde el peregrino pueda tomar conciencia de los siglos de historia que tiene la senda por la que discurre, la inmensa historia de los pueblos que conocerá, y de las gentes que a lo largo de los siglos han acogido a miles de caminantes que te antecedieron.

Current and future technological facilities at the service of pilgrimage, at the service of pilgrims.

And we want to do all this by scrupulously respecting the deepest spirit that has led and leads men and women from all over the world to travel to the tomb of Apostle Saint James.

En este sentido queremos minimizar cualquier actividad comercial y publicitaria y contar con la ayuda desinteresada de miles de amigos del Camino de Santiago.

For this, we deploy a crowfunding campaign where we appreciate your collaboration, as well as open ourselves to all intellectual collaboration aimed at developing and enhancing the immense task that we propose