Camino de Santiago Route I

The Camino de Santiago has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and as a Cultural Route by the European Council. With this route you can visit the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, which legend states is where the tomb of Santiago el Mayor is found.

Day 1
Departure. Sunday.
Day 2
Day 3
Gijón: historical, commercial and industrial, where the sea, the rolling mountains and the big city come together to create one of the most attractive cities in the north of Spain. The San Lorenzo beach, the seafront promenade, the marina, the Semana Negra literary week, the social life and the party atmosphere make you want to get to know the city.

Among its many attractions, Gijón has a museum network and diverse cultural offerings: the International Film Festival, the Salón del Libro Iberoamericano book festival, the Railway Museum, the International Bagpipe Museum, the Jovellanos birthplace museum, the Nicanor Piñole museum, the Revillagigedo palace and more.
Day 4
Days 5 and 6
Thursday and Friday.
Day 7
Santiago is a world heritage site and offers visitors countless places to visit. The Plaza del Obradoiro square with its beautify Cathedral, the Plaza de la Universidad Square, its streets where you can people watch the daily lives of locals, palaces and churches and museums such as the Cathedral Museum, the Museum of Galician People and the CGAC Galician Centre for Contemporary Art. You'll fall in love with this city.