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The French Way or path of the stars, is the Camino de Santiago excellence. Starting from Roncesvalles, is a journey of nearly 800 miles to the west, with the Milky Way that came from heaven and the essence of an ancient route from the earth.

Words can not describe, is the pilgrim who, step by step, you should find out recreating in the landscapes and places as diverse offer along all the way; extasiándose in contemplation of the ancient and enigmatic stones that mark the routes and make the number of roads, bridges, chapels, churches, cathedrals, monasteries ... and that is none other than the footprint left by our ancestors, whose goal was to reach eternity, beyond the "end of the earth."

There are many reasons why the pilgrimage to Santiago: religious, sports, culture, food, etc. Whatever yourreason is an experience worth living.

There are many things that showed me the way, but all of them remained with me. The goal is not to arrive, the road itself is the reward

Good road, pilgrim!



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España 32 797 Km. m. m. Alta Recorrido Solo de Ida


Camino de Santiago (Camino Francés) | Entre Montañas



1. Frontera francesa - Roncesvalles

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Distance: 16 Km.Time: 05:00 h.
Frontera francesa - Roncesvalles

Many pilgrims begin the road to Roncesvalles, but the fact is that as & iacute; No hard

;. a beautiful, but also lost & eacute stage

From St. Jean Pied de Port to Roncesvalles is almost 23 kil & oacute; m, and less than four STILL going down to Roncesvalles last few, the rest are on a constant rise. N the pilgrim to be used to fund, the force of Lepoeder & aacute It begins with a gentle slope, but Bentartea and Collado. As m & aacute; s & aacute occur later; O Cabreiro, all these efforts are rewarded by the scenery and the beauty of nature. Definitely a recommended way to start the Camino de Santiago.

Another option & oacute; n, from Roncesvalles is up to the border with France and from all & iacute; return by the same road to Roncesvalles. Here are some m & aacute;. S 15km


2. Roncesvalles - Biskarreta

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Distance: 12 Km.Time: 05:00 h.
Roncesvalles - Biskarreta

It is a route through forests of beech, birch, oak and pine as character & iacute; appliances in northern Navarre

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You pass by high Mezkiriz and Erro (instead anta & ntilde; or bandits and now fog and yew) and go left atr & aacute; s pretty villages like Burguete-Auritz, ancient village of Roncesvalles, full of houses and where Ernest Hemingway stayed when he was recovering from hangovers Sanfermin fishing in the r & iacute;. or Irati

This step and the following until Pamplona, ??steps are complicated because they are full of ups and downs. Adem & aacute; s, like difficulty & ntilde; & aacute adida est; alternating between asphalt roads, muddy trails and rocks of all sizes & ntilde; os. This means that the pilgrim must be continually aware of the floor and suit your character & iacute; sticas. In tradeoff & oacute; n, this stage for the north of Navarre offers a fant & aacute; appliances landscapes through forests, meadows and charming towns

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3. BisKarreta - Akerreta

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Distance: 17 Km.Time: 07:00 h.
BisKarreta - Akerreta

This step is homologous to the above, alternating between asphalt roads, trails, forest roads, etc.

We will pass by the Office of Erro a small & ntilde; o port MOUNTAIN that raises difficulty this stage but in return shows Navarre forests is their status m & aacute; s pure


4. Akerreta - Pamplona

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Distance: 15 Km.Time: 05:00 h.
Akerreta - Pamplona

This is the step that takes us to the first city of the Way.

The R & iacute; o be Arga & aacute; faithful accompany & ntilde; before & AFTER Pamplona to eacute; s passing Zuriain with its church of St. Mill & aacute; n; Irotz installed with a place to rest the pilgrim; Zabaldika and temple rom & aacute; nico St. Stephen; and Arleta two important buildings: the Palace of Se & ntilde; or & iacute; o and the church of Santa Marina

.

After spending Magnolia & iacute; fica Trinidad de Arre you reach Atarrabia and Burlada belt & oacute; Industrial n Pamplona to enter the Navarrer & iacute; a (primitive hamlet of the town) in the old Iru & ntilde; a.

The other two villages, San Nicol & aacute; s and St Cernin were populated by Franks: foreign merchants and artisans. Disputes between the three boroughs in the High Middle Ages, each with its ramparts, the current Old Town became a battlefield. Then will come & iacute; & oacute to uni; n of the three villages, thedevelopment of the city thanks to the Camino de Santiago, the morainic saint (San Ferm & iacute; n)., the bulls and the outbreak of the party

& Eacute; his is a short step to enjoy, which are continuous climb-downs, alternating paths with some half completed asphalt and from Trinidad to the capital of Navarra Arre

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5. Pamplona - Puente la Reina

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Distance: 24 Km.Time: 6:25 h.
Pamplona - Puente la Reina

The stage and runs through Pamplona outside the grounds of the University of Navarra to enter Cizur Minor, and face the ascension & oacute; n the Alto del Perd & oacute; n.

According to legend, in the Source Denies a pilgrim, exhausted and thirsty, he was tempted by the devil, who is offered it & oacute; to lead to a source if & eacute; ste renounced their faith. The pilgrim resisted & oacute; the temptation & oacute; n & oacute in tradeoff; n & oacute he appeared; Ap & oacute; stol Santiago pilgrim dress that showed & oacute; a fountain and gave him a drink in your scallop.

In the Alto del Perd & oacute; n is a pilgrim monument and a shocking Park E & oacute; lico. Falling is Uterga with its parish church g & oacute; tica; Muruz & aacute; bal and Eunate Templar chapel; Obanos, the & quot; Villa of Infanzones & quot; and & quot; Mystery Obanos & quot;.

Legend has it that around Santiago as a pilgrim, Santa Felicia decides to stay comor hermit in Amocain. His brother William, Duke of Aquitaine, angry at the refusal to return to court gives death. Repentant, becomes a pilgrimage to Santiago and back stays forever Obanos crying sin unto death. A trail to the edge of the shrine of Arnotegui remember this fact.

At the entrance to Puente La Reina est & aacute; the confluence with the v & iacute; a Jacobean next Somport. At the end of Main Street est & aacute; mand the bridge & oacute; build a queen and the few that makes a & ntilde; os arc appeared that he was buried, and that makes sim & eacute;. cord, with seven eyes

The stage was marked by the presence of high Perd & oacute; n between Pamplona and Puente la Reina. In terms of difficulty, it is considered a middle course, but forgiveness & oacute; n can be an obst & aacute; more ass depending climatolog & iacute; a. Keep in mind that has no shade, and sun can cure boththe rise and the fall. From this high you can enjoy superb views of Pamplona and its watershed.


6. Puente la Reina - Estella

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Distance: 22 Km.Time: 07:00 h.
Puente la Reina - Estella

After spending the medieval bridge over the Arga enters the neighborhood of Nuns with long tradition & oacute; n. Hospital in Puente la Reina

The Jacobean route AHEAD & oacute; n runs through the valley taking advantage dirt

.

Before coming to Ma & ntilde; & oacute eru temple g; tico de San Pedro is & ntilde; alan ruins hospital Bargota .

Cirauqui nest of v & iacute; Boras in Basque, is emerging on a rocky hill with numerous medieval remains

.

Before descending into the valley of Yerri can also see the ruins & eacute; n medieval Urbe

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In Lorca can visit the rom & aacute church of San Salvador and unique Villatuerta accessed by a bridge rom & aacute; nico two eyes on the r & iacute;. Or Iranzu

Makes thousand a & ntilde; os the Camino de Santiago did not go through Estella, (the capital of Ega not exist & iacute; a, if s & iacute; hab & iacute; a population & oacute; n Basques in the ancient village of Lizarra) is goingdirectly from the Monastery of Irache Villatuerta.

At this stage you have to take extra care with different dev & iacute; os which is the pilgrim because of the deeds of the AUTOV & iacute; a Achievement & ntilde; o-Pamplona, ??and make the distance is greater. Approximately it could & iacute; try five kil & oacute; m & aacute meters;. S of the expected

Nique ups-downs of the above, s & oacute;;

As for the profile of the stage, the t & oacute remains deserve highlight the costs that is before reaching Ma & ntilde; eru, beginning three kil & oacute; m Puente la Reina and has something m & aacute; s & oacute a kil; meter length

.

Anyway, any difficulty that you may encounter walkers worth when the Parish Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Estella contemplated and passed on the road Cirauqui a v & iacute; a Roman who kept intact the charm its pavement.


7. Estella - Los Arcos

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Distance: 25 Km.Time: 06:30 h.
Estella - Los Arcos

This is the first stage where the large distances between the towns seized him lonely pilgrim.

Nothing m & aacute; s Ayegui abandon houses, villa fused with Estella, the pilgrim finds an installed Wine Cellars Irache flowing fountain during office hours. After rigor swallow the traveler meets the impressive mass of the Monastery of Santa Mar & iacute; on the Real Irache

.

Located on the north side skirt Montejurra, Carlist sacred place, and rec & iacute; pilgrims when Estella not exist & iacute; a. Irache monastery, consisting among other buildings, a church rom & aacute; nica and plateresco cloister, has had great importance in the history of Navarre, though perhaps & aacute; his & eacute; walking is the most splendid of the second half of the eleventh century, under the command of the Abbot St. Veremundo that increment & oacute; possessions and prestige. In the seventeenth century was cre & oacute; one monastery in Elon Collegead, the first of Navarra. In Azqueta stands the parish church of St. Peter.

At the entrance to the historic & oacute; rich town of Villamayor de Monjard & iacute; n, where Charlemagne have guerre & oacute ;, you can admire the Fountain of the Moors, g & oacute; tica thirteenth century. It is covered with a sturdy tank b & oacute; & ntilde ca ban; & oacute; n. At the top of Mount San Esteban Castle tenth century stands dominate the region.

I existed Urbiola & oacute; a hospital run by the Order of St. John of Jerusalem & eacute; n. Three long hours AFTER & eacute; s no water comes to Los Arcos

.

The stage of Estella to Los Arcos can be seen easily, the walker will find & aacute; with the first six kil & oacute; m biting up asphalt and other track. But this step requires the pilgrim to make a decision & oacute; n. On leaving Ayegui (two kil & oacute; m Estella) poster presents two options. The first,go straight to Azqueta and second, marking the left and go through Irache proposed.

You must take this second of three reasons: to maintain the original layout of the way, the beauty of the Monastery of Irache, and a third reason & oacute; n not least: the Fountain of Wine & aacute est; 700 meters from the dilemma. The price to be paid for enjoying all that is STILL solely a rise of almost five kil & oacute; m, but being on tarmac no bigger problem

.


8. Los Arcos - Logroño

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Distance: 30 Km.Time: 07:45 h.
Los Arcos - Logroño

In this section vi & ntilde; edos Navarre with denomination & oacute; n & aacute Rioja we atr; s Old Kingdom and crossed the Ebro to reach Achievement & ntilde; or

.

A straight road with slides running between Los Arcos and Sansol where there is a seventeenth century Baroque church dedicated to the saint Córdob & eacute; s San Zoilo

.

Torres del R & iacute; o the Holy Sepulchre to Viana are two interesting places to visit: the church of Santa Mar & iacute; a del Poyo with his image g & oacute; tica and once ravine mataburros exceeded the ancient Roman settlement of Cornava .

Viana, a place of olive and vi & ntilde; Edo, is STILL Navarra last we see of this pilgrimage route

.

La Rioja, and particularly its capital, was sighted in the distance. The Ebro is crossed by the old stone bridge to enter the bustling old part achievement & ntilde; that

.

This stage has a medium difficulty and consists of three distinct parts. A first tranche until Sansol (the primere 7 kil & oacute; m) with tracks in very good condition without substantial hardship; a second to Viana (11 kil & oacute; m) with continuous ups and downs, rocks, mud, trails ... In short, a really tough road with tricky sections; and a third (from Viana Achievement & ntilde; o, 10 kil & oacute; m) in better shape, alternating asphalt and good roads

.

The final step (the & uacute; last 5 kil & oacute; m) elapse by pol & iacute; industrial estates surrounding the Rioja's capital, and flows through a red rail, built expressly painted for pilgrims

Achievement & ntilde; or the traveler receives his Stone Bridge and welcomes AFTER & eacute;. S of a long day in which the forces must batch


9. Logroño - Nájera

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Distance: 31 Km.Time: 08:30 h.
Logroño - Nájera

The red earth and saw & ntilde; edos tempranillo and grenache accompany & ntilde; an Walker at this stage

.

Shortly after leaving Achievement & ntilde; or the beautiful Parque de La Grajera traverses to start the ascension & oacute; n the top of San Ant & oacute; n, see the old hospital of Acre and reach Navarrete area potters at the foot of the road.

About three kil & oacute; m before N & aacute; n A LITTLE; jera Poyo Rold & aacute is at elevation & oacute; n evoking the m & iacute; tica victory Rold & aacute; n front of the giant Muslim & aacute; n. Ferragut

Sec STILL legend, Rold & aacute; n & aacute appears in N; nated to avenge the Christian knights has Ferragut prisoners in his castle. Rold & aacute; n & oacute be climbed; AFTER the hill & eacute; s take & iacute; a name, divis & oacute; the distance the giant, cogi & oacute; a huge stone that threw & oacute; killing the infidel. After the pe & ntilde; azo, Rold & aacute; n liber & oacute; the prisoners. Another version & oacute; n of the legend is that Rold & aacute; n after holding a dial & eacute struggle with Ferragut ctica him clav & oacute; one Pu & ntilde; the navel, & uacute; nico giant vulnerable site. Thus the troops of Charlemagne were free N & aacute; jera

.

From this point begins a different phase in the Camino de Santiago. Left atr & aacute; s Navarre stages with continuous climbing-low and begin Rioja sections, with two character & iacute; sticas: similarity in the layout and the fact that it goes from 380 meters above sea level Achievement & ntilde; o, the M & aacute; s 800 of the province of Burgos. Thus, the path becomes a false flat continuum that can try the patience of the traveler. & Eacute; & aacute will have ste; the feeling & oacute; n continuous circular plain, but the fatigue accumulated result of the constant ascension & oacute; n that occurs in these etaps. This slope is low, but continuous, which suffer legs over all stages.


10. Nájera - Santo Domingo de la Calzada

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Distance: 22 Km.Time: 09:00 h.
Nájera - Santo Domingo de la Calzada

Before reaching the town of longevity saint from N & aacute; jera must go through Azofra and Fountain of the Romeros, Alesanaco and especially by the Abbot & iacute; a Cistercian Ca & ntilde; as, where pernoct & oacute; San Francisco de As & iacute; s

.

Then in the route appear Plum & ntilde; a, town where the Count Fern & aacute; n Gonz & aacute; lez was captured by the Navarrese forces, Ciri & ntilde; uela with its church of San Mill & aacute; n Herv & iacute; as where there was an old hospital of the Order of Calatrava.

Diocese of Cologne (; In the fourteenth century, a marriage of Saintes (France), although attached to the di & oacute:

The cock and hen that remind us of the famous miracle Once in Santo Domingo de la Calzada displayed in the Cathedral Germany), pilgrimage to Santiago with his son. In the month & oacute; n de Santo Domingo, the boy and girl tempts & eacute; ste candidly rejects. The landlady revenge hides a silver cup from the clothes of the young and the ma & ntilde; anaNext he reported stolen. The boy is on and hanged. Parents distressed contin & uacute; n trip to Compostela, and upon returning, found her son STILL to live because it is the Holy & aacute; holding the feet. R & aacute; quickly directed where the magistrate of the town, which is Avail & iacute; aa account of a rooster and a roasted chicken. The Corregidor replies that your child is & aacute; as alive as the two birds would gobble. Then the animals onto the plate and begin to flutter and sing, proving as & iacute; the innocence of young peregrine executed.

The stage starts strong, especially for the way of N & aacute; Nesting starts with a steep and very steep slopes. To continue t & oacute; nica sections of Rioja at this stage is contin & uacute; to the rise, as & iacute; it is advisable to be patient and enjoy the Reel Justice near Azofra, landscapes and the ways.


11. Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Belorado

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Distance: 24 Km.Time: 08:00 h.
Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Belorado

Although the cereal standardizes the entire landscape, abandoned at this stage to go into La Rioja Castilla-Le & oacute; n his head Burgos

.

Gra & ntilde; & oacute; n & uacute; last village of La Rioja, to Belorado must cross Redecilla Camino, Castildelgado formerly Villayp STILL, Viloria de Rioja, cradle of Santo Domingo, where the stack is preserved where it was baptized and Villamayor R & iacute; o

.

A & ntilde; os before Santo Domingo built the bridge over the Oja and Sancho el Mayor of Navarre did take the Road to Santiago by v & iacute; a Santo Domingo-Belorado, the pilgrimage route discurr & iacute; a, north along the Ancient Roman road Tricio Briviesca from N & aacute; nated by Hormilla, Villalobar, Tools & eacute; lluri (where est & aacute; n the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Libya), Leiva, and Tormantos to enter Burgos to Belorado the area Riojilla known as.

Specifically Leiva R & iacute; oTir & oacute; n there were seven chapels all missing, but were reunited in consecrated the Pilgrim Chapel, with the remains of a ship (throughout the Franc Path & eacute; s s & oacute; what in Sahag & uacute; n find another Pilgrim) . The beautiful statue of the Virgin and Ni & ntilde; or grabbed your hand can admire the chapel or parish church. Legend has it that the Pilgrim cur & oacute; a LITTLE or LITTLE GIRL or recumbent and inm & oacute; vil, lips and praying for his mother cried desperately. In Leiva also & eacute; n can watch a fifteenth century castle

.

This step does not have any difficulty to be highlighted in a special way. Contin STILL at the ascent to wear & aacute; gradually the pilgrim to the m & aacute; s 800 meters above sea level Burgos, and false flat is the t & oacute; nica General. The road crosses many peoples Rioja, so the journey isvery entertaining. Adem & aacute; s, on the main road have been built about andaderos facilitating tr & aacute;. Fico walkers and, above all, for your safety


12. Belorado - Atapuerca

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Distance: 31 Km.Time: 07:30 h.
Belorado - Atapuerca

This is the stage dedicated to disc & iacute;. Pulo Santo Domingo, San Juan de Ortega

Montes de Oca, lake and abrupt steep slopes such as La Pedraja place, another place of raids and bandits is obst & aacute; m & aacute ass; s important to get back to the plain

.

After crossing Belorado the bridge over the r & iacute; o Tir & oacute; n is reached Tosantos, which draws attention & oacute; n the cave shrine of Nuestra Se & ntilde; ora of Pe & ntilde; a, AHEAD & oacute; n go & aacute ; by Villambistia, with a piece of Roman road preserved Espinosa del Camino and stature Rom & aacute;. nica San Indalecio and Villafranca Montes de Oca, a regular stop for pilgrims to regain strength and face the long climb from the port of Pedraja

Juan Ortega was born & oacute; in 1080 Quintanaortu & ntilde; or, on the banks of Ubierna, ordained a priest helped & oacute; Santo Domingo in the construction & oacute; n bridges, hospitals and churches. The myma Isabel la Cat & oacute; lica Pilgrim & oacute; to San Juan de Ortega, AFTER & eacute; s seven-a & ntilde; os unsuccessful marriage, atra & iacute; da by the fame of St. John as attorney sterility. In gratitude Queen mand & oacute; build the sumptuous chapel of San Nicol & aacute; s Bari. The Miracle of Light gives this place a mysterious halo.

The step can be divided into two almost equally long. The first part (which goes Belorado Villafranca Montes de Oca) is a path f & aacute; cil and perfect to enjoy the tranquility. The second is marked by the passage of Alto de La Pedraja. The section has pretty mountains, but which require the effort up and down the harbor.

The ascension & oacute; n starts at Villafranca Montes de Oca 400 meters down a very steep path, 100 meters m & aacute; s other soft and strong 600 meters. From this first kil & oacute; hard meter rise is lying and much m & aacute; s & coacute; fashion for the pilgrim. Two kil & oacute; feet in starting the climb is a picnic in the woods, a perfect place to rest if necessary and recharge yourself, because after this picnic wait two kil & oacute; m and a half to reach the Monument to the shot in the civil war. But STILL has not come to the top of La Pedraja, is one of the sections m & aacute; s hard: a sharp drop kick followed by a hard climb of 600 meters ending at the top of the pass. The descent to San Juan de Ortega and Atapuerca is a good way, but depending on the & eacute; a & ntilde little;. Or may have mud

Near the Atapuerca we pleistoc & eacute deposits; Atapuerca mechanics of m & aacute; s important is the world & aacute; n & uacute open to p;. Lic

After leaving San Juan de Ortega reaches Santovenia and its beautiful church, m & aacute; s all & aacute ;, Ag & eacute; s no arch samplesTraditional uitectura as input Atapuerca can involve several d & oacute;. lumens and a menhir

OFFSET & aacute; ndose some route are the famous prehistoric sites & oacute;. Rich


13. Atapuerca - Burgos

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Distance: 24 Km.Time: 05:00 h.
Atapuerca - Burgos

Leaving Atapuerca walker encounters a steep slope full of rocks that forces be attentive to the floor. This slope is maintained throughout two kil & oacute; m, but STILL last section is especially hard. The decline started with alg STILL in soil, but below expected asphalt does not leave the pilgrim to Burgos

.

A little kil & oacute; m, we are already into chaos and bypasses veh & iacute; asses that we sit & uacute; n in the vicinity of Burgos. A & uacute; n & iacute as; in the populous neighborhood Gamonal you can see the ESPL & eacute; g & oacute ndido temple; tico de Santa Mar & iacute;. to the Royal and Ancient

We are in the land of El Cid and the impressive Cathedral of Burgos and its adjacent mesons tasty smell and taste of lamb and Castilian soup.

The pilgrim crosses the pl & aacute; r & iacute acid, or Arlanz & oacute; n & oacute in direction; na las Huelgas and the Hospital of the King

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& Eacute; his is a stageof contrasts, where the pilgrim encounters as m & aacute sites, logical and impressive as the Cathedral of Burgos, and others as insignificant as pol & iacute;. industrial estates


14. Burgos - Hontanas

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Distance: 32 Km.Time: 07:30 h.
Burgos - Hontanas

Beginning stages of broad plateaus to Le & oacute; n, where the utility and the rom & aacute; & ntilde accompanied nico; ar & aacute; n the pilgrim route

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The style Rom & aacute; nico was widely reported by the Camino de Santiago in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, wooden decks were replaced by b & oacute; closures, supported by an arch and thick walls with few windows

The first village after leaving Alcalá de Burgos, with its church Asunci & oacute; n; then Archbishop Bridge where King Alfonso VI & oacute cay is passed; when persegu & iacute; aa enemy hordes and you get to Tardajos and Rab & eacute; of Roads, instead of uni & oacute; n two v & iacute; as Roman and Prao Power Tower. Street Plates elongated Camino traverses six kil & oacute; m & eacute AFTER; s stumbled on Arroyo San Bol, rather enigmatic & aacute; tico del Camino Burgal & eacute;. S

This step is particularly hard due to overdo to the length of the route. To address this stretch, adem & aacute; s & oacute the condition; n f & iacute; sica, it is important mentally to the solitude of the road as it heads into the Castilian plateau. This has a great charm for the traveler, but also & eacute; n forces you to be prepared for any eventuality, especially: Weather & oacute; logical, because with sun or windy this stretch especially dif & iacute is;. Cil

The output of Burgos has nothing to do with the input (pol & iacute; polygons) as it is beautiful and invites them to continue the way

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Until Rab & eacute; Roadways of the path is not of greater difficulty, but from here & iacute ;, although the floor is & aacute; in perfect condition, a strong rise requires the pilgrim to be used to fund up to Stoves, which is 8 kil & oacute;. m

Stoves the Way to Hontanas: is a stretch of ascent and adem & aacute; s has the worst ground for pilgrims: phinestones irregularities and crevices tractor wheels (up to two feet deep in some places) that help the formation & oacute; n puddles and mud. All this requires the traveler to pass through cultivated fields.

Hontanas never seems to arrive, this contributes to the fact that the town is in a depression & oacute; n and a are & ntilde; the reports that Hontanas est & aacute; medium kil & oacute; meter when it really is kil & oacute; and half meter

.


15. Hontanas - Boadilla del Camino

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Distance: 29 Km.Time: 08:00 h.
Hontanas - Boadilla del Camino

The bakery Tierra de Campos welcomes us at this stage leaving atr & aacute; s the Burgal & eacute; s Bridge Fitero on r & iacute;. Or Pisuerga

Little of malignant disease gangrenous Fire Ant & oacute San;; n the Order of Antonianos miraculously cured

Back in the Castrojeriz & eacute memories are evoked. This disease azot & oacute; Europe during the tenth and eleventh centuries; showed as early s & iacute; symptoms fiery eruptions and redness from limb, like swine that also & eacute; n cured members of the Order of St. Ant & oacute; n, hermitage & ntilde;. or Egypt in the third century

The Palencia Village Itero de la Vega is the first milestone of the region & oacute; n, already in the Middle Ages was termed & quot; as a land of treasures, gold, silver, rich pa & ntilde; os and vigorous horses abundant in bread, wine, meat, fish, milk and honey.


16. Boadilla del Camino - Carrión de los Condes

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Distance: 26 Km.Time: 07:00 h.
Boadilla del Camino - Carrión de los Condes

Boadilla del Camino with its renowned Roll Jurisdictional and before reaching Fr & oacute; mista Way runs parallel about kil & oacute; m the Canal de Castilla, an important work of engineering & iacute; to the eighteenth century, the result of pol & iacute; tica Illustrated Rioja Marqu & eacute; s de la Ensenada. Had a threefold channel: grain transportation, irrigation and molturaci & oacute; n of grain mills

.

Fr & oacute; mista, that I remained & oacute; no man's land many a & ntilde; os after the invasion & oacute; n Muslim, seems to have its origin etimol & oacute;. cal in Frumesta, Latin word cereal, which incidentally is very abundant in these parts

In Carri & oacute; n the pilgrims stop below p & oacute; Arctic church of Santa Mar & iacute; a del Camino to contemplate the relief referred to Tribute Hundred Maidens. Christians deb & iacute; n pay this tribute to the Muslims, but Carri & oacute; n & oacute Qued; Free dand this duty & oacute; n & aacute when isl; monkeys were dispersed by four fierce bulls emerged from the nearby chapel. N representing the Sibyl Europa, daughter of the Phoenician king Agenor kidnapped by J & uacute;; piter and taken to Crete, where she was the mother of King Midas at the gateway to the church of San Zoilo the cloister one medallion & oacute observed. A pr & iacute; Asturian prince, who wanted a beautiful wife rescat & oacute; Europe and brought to Asturias, where they were married. Since then, MOUNTAIN ace called kingdom of Asturias Picos de Europa

.


17. Carrión de los Condes - Lédigos

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Distance: 24 Km.Time: 06:15 h.
Carrión de los Condes - Lédigos

Outside Carri & oacute; n are the ruins of Abbot & iacute; a de Santa Mar & iacute; a of Benev & iacute; vere, some m & aacute; s later the Roman road tuck us into Calzadilla of Cook, Ledigos and walls adobe and im & aacute; genes Santiago


18. Lédigos - Sahagún

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Distance: 17 Km.Time: 04:00 h.
Lédigos - Sahagún

Terradillos Templar, the ancient population & oacute; n mud & eacute; jar Moratinos, San Nicol & aacute; s Royal Road with a beautiful carving Rom & aacute; nica Virgin and by the province of Le & oacute; n, along the r & iacute ; o Valderaduey, suggestive shrine of the Virgen del Puente is

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A few meters m & aacute; s later enters Sahag & uacute; n, the city of Facundo and Primitivo holy Roman legionaries converted to Christianity, who were martyred and thrown into the r & iacute; o Cea in times of Diocletian. Called the espa & ntilde Cluny; ol, Sahag & uacute; n was under the total influence of the monastery of San Benito. The domination & oacute; n the monastery was such that arrived & oacute; to impose penances such as the prohibition sahaguninos & oacute; n eating meat, then having to buy the fish to the monks, Keep & iacute; n & iacute few piscifactor; ace. Legend has it that before that, started throwing pigs to r & iacute says; orso that they can catch and eat fish without breaking penance.


19. Sahagún - El Burgo Ranero

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Distance: 17 Km.Time: 04:30 h.
Sahagún - El Burgo Ranero

Before crossing Calzada del Coto, where there is a carport and has enabled an information panel, you have two alternatives: one for the old V & iacute; a Trajan (the original pilgrimage route) through hospital Calzadilla of Hermanillos and the other in the modern Camino Real Franc & eacute; s 31 kil & oacute; m & oacute extension; n. No p & eacute; no loss to any of the two options, both will converge in Mansilla de las Mulas
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In the modern section of Castilla-Le & oacute; n has set up a special driveway gravel, surrounded by seating areas and where each nine meters has planted a TREE to harbor the t & oacute; ror sun pilgrims. Despite the comfort nothing to do with the charm which is walking around the Roman road. This ancient pathway crosses a meadow of oaks, runs through oak and before setting foot in Calzadilla de los little brothers, basking can relieve thirst in the fountainin honor of the pilgrim, built by the residents of Valdelocajo in 1989.

Here & iacute ;, in t & eacute; rmino of Valdelocajo, debi & oacute; take place the famous episode Pilgrim devoured by wolves and has Laffi Domenico in his Viaggio a San Giacomo, one of the famous pilgrims who started the fashion of the gu & iacute; as Santiago de Compostela; before the cl & eacute; rigo had Aymeric Picaud & iacute; a & iacute reported in lat, n in 1130 what is known as the first gu & iacute; a & iacute tur; European acoustic, Liber

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Others were doing the Camino: Count Guines, and the Bishop of Lille in 1084; William X, Duke of Aquitaine; Conrad, Bishop of Mainz, Sancho II, King of Portugal; San Francisco de As & iacute; s, Charles I and Philip II; Jean de Brienne, King of Jerusalem & eacute; ny Louis VII, King of France. The first road pallozas reveal that we are in El Burgo Ranero.

This is a short period of transition & oacute; n between Sahag & uacute; n and Burgo Ranero. They are 17 kil & oacute; m slight rise without great difficulty unless given by climatolog come & iacute; a. There are no shadows and the road passes through a c & oacute; andadero mode. The best option & oacute; n & aacute is tom, I rselo calmly and reserve forces. The V & iacute; a Trajan has the flavor of the original path and the opportunity to travel through the remains of a Roman road, that s & iacute ;, s & oacute; it crosses the village of Calzadilla de los Hermanillos

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20. El Burgo Ranero - León

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Distance: 36 Km.Time: 09:00 h.
El Burgo Ranero - León

A tremendous step m & aacute; s nine-hour journey to get to see the beautiful stained glass in the cathedral of Leon

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On the Camino Real Franc & eacute; s is out of El Burgo Ranero to reach Reliegos de las Matas, an old Roman crossroads, a league AFTER & eacute; s appears Mansilla de las Mulas next to trout r & iacute; o Esla. This town is & aacute; associated with one of the figures m & aacute; s quaint literary Golden Age espa & ntilde; ol & quot; p & iacute; face & quot; Justina, from the popular novel published in 1605 in Medina del Campo. This character inn opens Mansilla, why we see through, among all types of clients, many Compostela pilgrims.

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Past Villamoros Villarente Bridge, twenty eyes and bill and irregular Arcahueja where posters appear with him & oacute appears. It is an easy climb to the highest initiates of Portillo, from where Le & oacute be seen;. N

cITY is pleasant for French pilgrims who see in it the influence of his style g & oacute; tico. Art is contemplated for each corner of the former headquarters of the VII Legion & oacute; n Roman and enjoy some tasty tapas in the Barrio H & uacute; Medo

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The main difficulty of this stage is given by the length of your itinerary. It has a slight decline in the first part and a second climbs culminating in the Alto de Portillo, a point the pilgrim reach & aacute; without much complicaci & oacute; n. As the ground there is little to say, since est & aacute; in good condition and combined asphalt path.

& uacute; rese nico & ntilde; reliable be & iacute; a than 10 kil & oacute; m AFTER & eacute; s departure should pay attention & oacute; n to cross the v & iacute; a train. On the bridge is Villarente & ntilde; & oacute alizaci; No doubt you can do the walkers should be very alert

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21. León - Vidallangos del Páramo

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Distance: 27 Km.Time: 08:00 h.
León - Vidallangos del Páramo

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