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THE SANTIAGO WAYS BY THE IBERIAN PENINSULA

These are the most well-known Santiago Ways. They all have their charm and their particularities, which make them different from each other. New Ways and routes are emerging through the Spanish and peninsular geography, and all of them thanks to people who dedicate a lot of dedication and effort.

El Camino Francés
( Sant Jean Pied de Port - Santiago de Compostela )
The Way of the all the Ways, the best known and most traveled … 775 wonderful km full of history and stories, monuments, magical places and contrasts of landscapes. It passes through the cities of Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos, León …
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El Camino del Norte
( Irún - Arzúa )
The greenest way, bordering the Cantabrian coast. Unforgettable stretches of beaches and forests. It passes through the cities of Bilbao, San Sebastián, Santander, Gijón,…
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El Camino de Finisterre
( Santiago de Compostela - Finisterre )
Three stages, only three more days to see a magical sunset.
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La Vía de la Plata
( Sevilla - Astorga )
A delight of Camino in spring, walking on Roman roads, through the immense forests of the pasture of Extremadura. Very hot in the summer, making it very hard. It passes through the cities of Seville, Merida, Cáceres, Zamora…
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El Camino Sanabrés
( Granja de la Moreruela - Santiago de Compostela )
Way that starting from the route Vía de la Plata deviates towards the city of Orense to get to Santiago de Compostela. Impressive forests of chestnut trees and areas once frequented by wolves … It passes through the city of Orense.
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El Camino Primitivo
( Oviedo - Melide )
Mountainous route but not excessively hard. It was the route formerly followed by those pilgrims who had passed through Oviedo to visit its cathedral. It passes through the city of Lugo.
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El Camino Aragonés
( Somport - Puente La Reina )
Historic route of the pilgrims who entered in Spain, in the province of Huesca, through the Pyrenees from France. They joined the French Way in the town of Puente La Reina, in the region of Navarra.
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El Camino Inglés
( Ferrol - Santiago de Compostela )
Historical route of the pilgrims that came from England or the Scandinavian countries by boat. Beautiful and ideal to complete in 4 or 5 days. There is a branch of this route that departures from the city of La Coruña.
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El Camino Portugués
( Oporto - Santiago de Compostela )
Beautiful route followed by Portuguese pilgrims. The full route begins in Lisbon, although here we only see the section from Porto. It passes through the city of Pontevedra. There are some variants that run along the Portuguese coast.
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El Camino de Madrid
( Madrid - Sahagún )
Surprising route, in which its churches you can see the evidences of the historical footprints of the passage of the pilgrims. The Cercedilla-Segovia stage can be one of the most beautiful stages of all the Caminos, with 30 km without going through any town, and walking along a Roman road, through the mythical forest of Balsain, and crowning the Puerto de la Fuenfría, which with 1796 m of altitude it is the highest level of all the peninsular caminos. It passes through the city of Segovia.
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El Camino del Salvador
( León - Oviedo )
Route followed by pilgrims who came by the French Way, but did not want to go to Santiago de Compostela without visiting the cathedral of Oviedo. A saying of the time said "Who goes to Santiago and not the Savior, serves the servant and not the Lord"
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El Camino del Ebro
( Delta del Ebro-Logroño )
Route that starts at the mouth of the Ebro River and that goes back, passing through the city of Zaragoza, to the city of Logroño where it is linked to the Camino Frances, French Way.


Ruta de la Lana
( Alicante-Burgos )
It is called in this way because of being a traditional itinerary of the commerce and cattle. This route departs of the city of Alicante and ends in the city of Burgos, linking there with the Camino Francés, French Way.


Camino del Levante
( Valencia-Zamora )
Route that departs from Valencia and ends in the city of Zamora, linking there with the Vía de la Plata. It passes through the cities of Toledo and Ávila.


Camino Mozárabe
( Almería-Mérida )
Traditional route that linked the eastern part of Andalusia with the north of the Iberian Peninsula. It has several branches that depart from the cities of Jaen, Málaga, and Almería, being the one that leaves from Almería the longest and the only one that passes through the city of Granada. Once unified, it passes through the city of Cordoba and ends near the city of Mérida (Cáceres)


Camino Catalán
Route that departs from the Monastery of Montserrat (Barcelona) and that has two branches. One goes to the west, passing through the city of Lleida and linking with the Camino del Ebro. The other branch goes to the northwest, passing through the city of Huesca and the Monastery of San Juan de la Peña. There are branches that link the cities of Tarragona, Barcelona and Gerona with this Camino.


Camino Sur
( Huelva-Zafra )
Route that starts in the city of Huelva and ends in the city of Zafra, linking there with the Vía de la Plata.


Camino Vasco del Interior
( Bayona-Irún-Burgos )
Route also known as Vía de Bayona because starting in this French town. It passes through the city of Vitoria and ends in the city of Burgos, linking there with the French Way. There is a variant that joins the French Way in the town of Santo Domingo de la Calzada.


Vía Augusta
( Cádiz-Sevilla )
Route that departs from the city of Cádiz and ends in the city of Seville, linking there with the Vía de la Plata. It runs along the route that followed the Roman road Via Augusta. Some consider that this route is actually part of the Vía de la Plata.





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