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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. ...
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.
Are you planning a trip to southern Spain for your next holiday? Perhaps you’re wondering what would be the best route? Andalusia is the country’s second largest region –about 600 kilometres from one end to the other– so we recommend at least a week if you want to visit its best-known towns. ...
Discovering the origins of Spanish by visiting the landmarks on the Route of the Spanish Language is an opportunity to explore the monumental beauty and landscapes of the various cities and places in Spain that are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Ávila, Salamanca, Alcalá de Henares or the monasteries of San Millán de la Cogolla.
How do you fancy sailing through the heart of Castile and León, in Spain’s interior, hundreds of kilometres from the sea? At two and a half hours from Madrid by car, this route is perfect for a family getaway and to discover the first civil engineering projects of the 18th century in Spain. What is the Canal of Castile? ...
We recommend a trip to a side of Catalonia that combines nature and culture particularly well. Objective: to enjoy two world class tourist icons: the Mediterranean Sea and Pyrenees mountain range The journey can either be completed in two weeks or slightly longer. It is always better to take longer and devote more time to the trip. ...
If someone mentions “Balearic Islands” we instantly picture a typical scene we would all like to be in: coves lapped by turquoise sea in the heart of the Mediterranean and surrounded by Mediterranean forests where time stands still. ...
A trip to Caceres (in northern Extremadura) means a pleasant surprise for the traveller. It’s a little-known fact that there is something attractive - even addictive - in this inland area of Spain. Could it be the unique nature reserves, such as Monfragüe Natural Park? Or perhaps, its two UNESCO World Heritage sites? ...
We have some recommendations for you as you explore the Silver Route on its way through the province of León, in northern Spain, in the region of Castile and León. The Silver Route or Vía de la Plata was once an important Roman road, running from northern to southern Spain in the days of the Empire. ...