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From Oporto, beautiful World Heritage city, and birthplace of the famous wine that bears its name. Traveling north, you are almost always accompanied by the roaring Atlantic Ocean and nature consists predominantly of crops, vineyards and peaceful villas to rest.
Cross the Miño through its famous bridge into Galicia, where we head to the beautiful and monumental Pontevedra and after passing through Padrón embrace the Apostle Santiago..
El Camino de Santiago or Way of St. James, as is known, was declared First European Itinerary of Cultural Interest by the Council of Europe in 1987. In addition, the route is regarded as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The so-called French Way is the pilgrimage route par excellence, best known itinerary, buzzy, signposted and best conditioning of all.
Says you have to reach the end of each path and destiny Finisterre is every pilgrim who makes the Way. From Obradoiro Negreira, through Ponte Maceira, beautiful.
Olveiroa step up Dumbria put us on the doorstep of the beautiful Muxia to rest and go to the Finis Terrae, the beautiful trails, forests, rivers and the Atlantic Ocean on one of its most beautiful and wild coastlines .
A road with little traffic but no less beautiful. The output of the Ria take us to Pontedeume and then Betanzos, population beautiful and harmonious architecture. Orders will reach a continuous cycling through forest tracks and minor roads in the so called Terra Cha. From there walk to Santiago, but it accompanied by traffic.
A road with little traffic but no less beautiful. The output of the Ria take us to Pontedeume and then Betanzos, population beautiful and harmonious architecture.
Travelers will reach a continuous cycling through forest tracks and minor roads in the so called Terra Cha. From there walk to Santiago, but it accompanied by vehicular traffic
Also called Camino del Norte-Interior, the Primitive was the most important in the early Jacobean worship. But he lost his privanza for political reasons linked to the historical process of the Reconquest.
First Camino known, which took Alfonso II from Oviedo, then cut the kingdom, to the "Campus Stellae" in the ninth century to visit the newly discovered tomb of St. James.
Also called Mozarabic Camino or, in Galicia, Gallego Way South, began as a shortcut on the Jacobean pilgrimages along the Via de la Plata.
The pilgrims direct their steps towards Santiago de Compostela through the region of Sanabria,reaching inland route of the Portuguese in the Galician cities of Verin or Orense.
is the great road linking, since time immemorial, the Peninsula from north to south.
Tartessos, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Carthaginians, Goths, Arabs, Christians, have roamed their ancient routes. It is the great Roman road remains impeccable, bridges, milestones, names that recall the passage of travelers and pilgrims over the centuries.
Zamora we reach where we will choose the variant . joins the Way of Sanabrés in Puebla de Sanabria.