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France as a Starting Point.

We can help you to realise your Way from here.

There are several routes that lead to Santiago. Starting points include the French Way, the North Way, the Primitivo Way, the Madrid Way, the Aragones Way, the Via of the Plata Way, the South Way, the route of the Lana Way and others.

From OrganizaTuCamino we offer our services starting from the French Way, which is the most popular and well known Starting Point. If you are interested in undertaking the way from any of the other Starting Points, please let us know as we can help you with your plans as well.

The French Way is the best known and most frequented by people from all around the world. It connects the entrance of the pilgrimage from France and runs for about 800 km of the Spanish territory to reach Finisterre, travelling through the historically rich cities of Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos, Leon and others.

The Aragones Way is a variation of the French Way. It crosses into Spain through the aragonese village of Somport and joins the French Way in the chapel of San Salvador, near the town of Puente la Reina.

The Madrid Way begins in the Spanish capital and runs through 321 km to reach Sahagún (Leon). There it joins the French Way.

The Primitivo Way originates in the city of Oviedo and reaches the city of Leon, where it joins the French Way.

The North Way, with different variations within it, takes us into Spain from the French town of of Hendaya and leads us across the Cantabrian Coast to reach Santiago de Compostela through approximately 765 km of Spanish countryside.

The Vía de la Plata Way begins in Sevilla and has two variations: the first one joins the French Way in the town of Astorga, León; the second one leads to the Portuguese Way.

The Portuguese Way leads to Santiago de Compostela from Lisbon and it is a route of 600 km.

 

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