NORTH or COAST

Although we do not know it, it was one of the first ways to reach Santiago. It represents a journey along the Cantabrian coast going through the communities of the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia. Diversity of populations of greater or lesser relevance where the detail of the simple becomes a great experience accompanied by a refreshing cider or grilled fish.

It is a somewhat leg-breaking tour where we repeatedly enter and leave the coastline between streams, beaches, small towns, and the sea breeze.

NORTH or COAST

Although we do not know it, it was one of the first ways to reach Santiago. It represents a journey along the Cantabrian coast going through the communities of the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia. Diversity of populations of greater or lesser relevance where the detail of the simple becomes a great experience accompanied by a refreshing cider or grilled fish.

It is a somewhat leg-breaking tour where we repeatedly enter and leave the coastline between streams, beaches, small towns, and the sea breeze.

FRENCH or TRADITIONAL

We’re talking about the grand tour. If the Lonely Planet travel guide had existed in the 11th century, this destination would have been its flagship. Cities like Pamplona, Burgos, and León with their imposing cathedrals and old quarters. The peaceful fields of Castilla and the mountains of Bierzo. The vineyards of La Rioja and the Galician valleys. The Palencian Romanesque and the Navarrese forests. It is a journey with infinite possibilities and scenarios where contrasts animate the route. We will meet people from different places and hear stories only worthy of avid ears.

FRENCH or TRADITIONAL

We’re talking about the grand tour. If the Lonely Planet travel guide had existed in the 11th century, this destination would have been its flagship. Cities like Pamplona, Burgos, and León with their imposing cathedrals and old quarters. The peaceful fields of Castilla and the mountains of Bierzo. The vineyards of La Rioja and the Galician valleys. The Palencian Romanesque and the Navarrese forests. It is a journey with infinite possibilities and scenarios where contrasts animate the route. We will meet people from different places and hear stories only worthy of avid ears.

BAZTANESE

If someone believes in magic, they are welcome to the Baztán. This beautiful section of the route connecting the French Basque Country with Pamplona goes through dense forests, traditional villages, and ruins from the second world war, surrounded by a deep and lively Basque culture.  It is a very unfrequent path that allows the traveler to discover deep roots, combining the experience with other aspects of the area like cuisine, cycling, or speleology.

BAZTANESE

If someone believes in magic, they are welcome to the Baztán. This beautiful section of the route connecting the French Basque Country with Pamplona goes through dense forests, traditional villages, and ruins from the second world war, surrounded by a deep and lively Basque culture.  It is a very unfrequent path that allows the traveler to discover deep roots, combining the experience with other aspects of the area like cuisine, cycling, or speleology.

PRIMITIVE

For many visitors it is the great unknown, but not for that reason the least grateful and the oldest of the ways. Mountain route that connects Oviedo (Asturias) with Santiago (Galicia), passing through the Roman city of Lugo, in an environment of loneliness and incomparable tranquility.

It was back in the 8th – 9th century when King Alfonso II the Chaste made a pilgrimage through what was the Kingdom of Asturias to the tomb of Santiago the Apostle in Compostela. 

130 km available to lovers of nature, cows, and smells.

PRIMITIVE

For many visitors it is the great unknown, but not for that reason the least grateful and the oldest of the ways. Mountain route that connects Oviedo (Asturias) with Santiago (Galicia), passing through the Roman city of Lugo, in an environment of loneliness and incomparable tranquility.

It was back in the 8th – 9th century when King Alfonso II the Chaste made a pilgrimage through what was the Kingdom of Asturias to the tomb of Santiago the Apostle in Compostela.

130 km available to lovers of nature, cows, and smells.

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