Camino de Santiago in Spain
Camino de Santiago or Way of the North Coast
To the north of Spain is the Camino de Santiago or North Coast. The route runs throughout the beautiful Bay of Biscay. Begins in Irun and runs through several Spanish provinces: Guipuzcoa, Vizcaya, Cantabria, Asturias, Galicia and ends in Santiago de Compostela.
The pilgrimage route of Camino del Norte or Costa is farthest from the service that currently has the Camino de Santiago French.
The routes and sections of the pilgrimage route are of extraordinary beauty, goes fishing villages, quiet beaches and cliffs, and natural monuments and cultural. There are few routes in its route are so huge natural heritage, landscape, archaeological and cultural.
In the Principality of Asturias, the road divides into two routes: Camino Primitivo Camino del Salvador and the other Camino de la Costa.
The sections of the route are clearly marked. Pilgrims can do the Camino de Santiago by bike, on foot or even on horseback.
The road stops at the city of Gijón. There are several establishments that offer the pilgrim a special menu called “Menu del Peregrino.”
More information: Camino del Salvador