Following is a list of Catholic Mass times along the Camino.
These are last year's times,
so please note that some could change.
Attending Mass in Spain is an interesting experience,
whether you are Catholic or not.
To me, it appears that the Priest of each village
puts his own personal spin on the Mass.
Some are quite different from others.
If you decide to attend Mass, here are some helpful suggestions:
1) Consider sitting in the back, especially if you will not be kneeling.
2) Please do not talk during the Mass. Even whispering can be distracting.
3) Dress accordingly.
Ladies, please wear skirts or long pants and shirts with sleeves.
Spaghetti straps and really short shorts can be considered disrespectful.
4) On the Camino, it has become common for non-Catholics to receive the communion.
If it feels right to you, go ahead.
5) If you are not Catholic, consider just sitting
and enjoying the beauty and the peace of the ritual and surroundings.