The French Way to Santiago

About This Project

Cathedral of Santa María de Regla in León.

 

The French Way is the busiest route for pilgrims traveling to Santiago de Compostela. Thousands of people each year choose this route that became popular in the Middle Ages after the capital of the kingdom moved from Oviedo to León.

 

Do you want to discover its rich artistic, natural and cultural heritage with a guide that accompanies you during the pilgrimage? Contact here and live the unique experience of the Camino de Santiago.

 

I accompany you from the city of León, from O Cebreiro at the entrance to Galicia or the last 100 kilometers from Sarria, following in the footsteps of the medieval pilgrims inspired by the Calixtino Codex to reach the tomb of the Apostle Santiago.

 

Astorga. Roman walls and Bishop’s Palace. 

 

Monastery of San Julián in Samos.

 

Church of San Juan or San Nicolás, Portomarín.

 

Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. 

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The Way of St. James