Camino de Santiago

St James Way , The Route to Santiago de Compostela was the first European Cultural Itinerary to be proclaimed by the Council of Europe in 1987.

Camino de Santiago, commonly known in English as St. James Way, is the path pilgrims currently use to reach Santiago de Compostela and the same that was used in the Middle Ages.

About 1800 buildings along the route, not only with a religious character, still prove that this route played an essential social and cultural role in Europe encouraging the exchanges between the Iberian Peninsula and the rest of Europe

  • Check other destinations in Spain:

If you need more information, please, contact us!

© Copyright - Abacco International