Peregrinación Europea de Jóvenes PEJ22

Category: Roads

Winter road
11/07/2022
This road was traditionally used by pilgrims to avoid the snow in O Cebreiro, so that when they reached Ponferrada they turned south, towards Quiroga....
A Orixe road
11/07/2022
When the remains of the apostle Santiago, accompanied by his faithful followers Atanasio and Teodoro, arrived in Galicia, they entered through the Aro...
Miñoto – Ribeiro road
11/07/2022
It is a recently recovered route that comes from the Portuguese city of Braga, the metropolitan seat to which the diocese of Iría Flavia belonged in ...
Ría Muros Noia road
11/07/2022
The Muros and Noia estuary is recognized for its beauty, which many pilgrims can enjoy, along this route that runs mostly along the coast. Leaving the...
Spiritual variant of the Portuguese road
11/07/2022
Known by this name of spiritual variant due to the number of monasteries that are in its path, especially Armenteira and Poio, inhabited by Cistercian...
Portuguese road
11/07/2022
In recent years, it is the road that has seen the highest percentage increase in its number of pilgrims. The proximity to the coast and many large tow...
Primitive road
11/07/2022
It receives this name because it was the first road traveled to venerate the remains of the apostle Santiago. When in the ninth century AD. C. King Al...
North road
11/07/2022
It runs through the entire north of the peninsula and enters Galicia through its natural border with Asturias, in the town of Ribadeo, and begins to d...
French road
11/07/2022
The most popular of all roads that reach Santiago and the busiest. Thousands of pilgrims start from km 100 in the town of Sarria in order to reach the...
English road
11/07/2022
So called because the English ships disembarked in the port of Ferrol and from there they began to walk towards Compostela. It runs through coastal to...


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