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The Cantabrian Sea and the nature of northern Spain are the stars of the Northern Way, which reaches Santiago de Compostela through the regions of the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia. ...
The Primitive Way is very similar to the original route of the Way of Saint James (Camino de Santiago), which began in the 9th century with the discovery of the tomb of Saint James the Apostle and the devotion of King Alfonso II, who made a pilgrimage.
Thousands of people come to Santiago de Compostela with only one wish: to see the Cathedral, the final destination of the Way of St James. On our day of culture in the city, we will of course visit this monumental work of art, but we’ll also have time for much, much more. ...
From the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela, the French Way passes through the regions of Aragón, Navarre, La Rioja, Castile and Leon, and Galicia on a route followed by over 150,000 pilgrims every year. ...
When we talk about pilgrimages in Spain, the first that comes to mind is the famous Camino de Santiago, or Way of Saint James, and all the possible routes leading to the great Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. And no wonder! ...
Over more than 50 kilometres, the St James Way will lead you to discover some of the must-see places in this province. It’s a route that will take you through the beautiful landscapes of the Ebro Valley, through vineyards and wheat fields that seem to go on forever, and to captivating little villages. ...
Travelling the Way of Saint James is taking a very special journey through Spain For many people it’s a totally unique adventure that they would repeat in a heartbeat. Embarking on this historical route represents an experience that is a combination of personal challenge, finding oneself, sport, nature and an interest in history and art. ...
The Way of Saint James is one of the oldest and most famous pilgrimages in the world. It is an experience of personal growth that helps you learn about yourself and other pilgrims. ...
The festivals of Spain attract the attention of plenty of travellers looking for big events and unforgettable nights out. But, far away from the buzz and noise of the celebrations, Spain also promises a gentle tranquillity – with experiences that are both relaxing and exciting. Want to discover some of the very best ideas for a relaxing holiday?
If your plans include covering the Way of Saint James –one of the oldest and most famous routes in Europe– and you’re looking for help to organise your journey and ideas for accommodation, you may be interested in reading this content on the bono Iacobus. ...
The challenge: 21 kilometres full of energy, effort and personal achievement. In Spain, you have the chance to compete in half marathons in spectacular locations. You can choose different routes towards your personal victory.