ROUTES TO SANTIAGO
This route connects Saint Jean Pied de Port with Santiago de Compostela and it is the most important and popular pilgrims' route to Santiago.
THE NORTHERN CAMINO
The route of the North or of the Cantabrian coast is one of the main Jubilee routes.
VÍA DE LA PLATA
Roman road that used to leave from Emerita Augusta, capital of Lusitania and current city of Merida, towards Asturica Augusta, present-day Astorga.
It is the extension of the French route from Santiago to Cape Finisterre, following the ancient Pagan tradition of arriving at the end of the land of the known world.
The primitive path is the path of the first Camino known. Alfonso II the Chaste, took this route in the 9th century to visit the newfound sepulcher of the Apostle Saint James.