The Camino is a route of Jacobean tradition that exists since the discovery of the tomb of Apostle Santiago. According to tradition and historiographic sources the first pilgrim to the tomb of the Apostle has been King Alfonso II of Asturias, also known as Alfonso el Casto. Since then, the Way of St James receives pilgrims from all over the world to go to Santiago de Compostela. Thus, pilgrims has been traveled from the Middle Ages to our days, leaving us different official pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela. In this post, we tell you everything you need to know: stages and miles of the Camino de Santiago.
The French Way, a World Heritage Site since 1993, has greater historical relevance and it joins most of the European medieval routes. The starting point of the French Camino is Saint Jean Pied de Port or Roncesvalles (located between St. Jean and Logroño). If you choose to start in Saint Jean Pied de Port, you will have the chance of walking the Pyrenees. Undoubtedly, it is a satisfactory stage, while it lasts, which always leaves a good memory. On the other hand, starting in Roncesvalles also offers a spectacular landscape of the Navarrese Pyrenees.
Stages of the French Way from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Logroño
ST. JEAN PIED DE PORT – RONCESVALLES → 15 miles
RONCESVALLES – AKERRETA → 17,3 miles
AKERRETA – PAMPLONA → 11 miles
PAMPLONA – PUENTE LA REINA → 11,8 miles
PUENTE LA REINA – ESTELLA → 11,8 miles
ESTELLA – LOS ARCOS → 13 miles
LOS ARCOS – LOGROÑO → 16,7 miles
Stages of the French Way from Logroño to Burgos
LOGROÑO – NÁJERA → 16,15 miles
NÁJERA – SANTO DOMINGO DE LA CALZADA → 13 miles
SANTO DOMINGO DE LA CALZADA – BELORADO → 13,6 miles
BELORADO – SAN JUAN DE ORTEGA → 15 miles
SAN JUAN DE ORTEGA – BURGOS → 16 miles
Stages of the French Way from Burgos to León
BURGOS – HORNILLOS DEL CAMINO → 11,8 miles
HORNILLOS DEL CAMINO – CASTROJERIZ → 11,8 miles
CASTROJERIZ – FRÓMISTA → 15,5 miles
FRÓMISTA – CARRIÓN DE LOS CONDES → 11,8 miles
CARRIÓN DE LOS CONDES – CALZADILLA DE LA CUEZA →10 miles
CALZADILLA DE LA CUEZA – SAHAGÚN → 13,6 miles
SAHAGÚN – EL BURGO RANERO → 11 miles
EL BURGO RANERO – MANSILLA DE LAS MULAS → 11,8 miles
MANSILLA DE LAS MULAS – LEÓN → 11 miles
Stages of the French Way from León to O Cebreiro
ETAPA LEÓN – VILLADANGOS DEL PÁRAMO → 13, 6 miles
ETAPA VILLADANGOS DEL PÁRAMO – ASTORGA → 16,15 miles
ETAPA ASTORGA – RABANAL DEL CAMINO → 12,42 miles
ETAPA RABANAL DEL CAMINO – MOLINASECA → 15 miles
ETAPA MOLINASECA – VILLAFRANCA DEL BIERZO → 20 miles
ETAPA VILLAFRANCA DEL BIERZO – HERRERÍAS DE VALCARCE → 13 miles
ETAPA HERRERÍAS DE VALCARCE – O CEBREIRO → 6 miles
Stages of the French Way from O Cebreiro to Santiago
O CEBREIRO – TRIACASTELA → 13 miles
TRIACASTELA – SARRIA → 10,56 miles
SARRIA – PORTOMARÍN → 14 miles
PORTOMARÍN – PALAS DE REI → 15 miles
PALAS DE REI – MELIDE → 10 miles
MELIDE – ARZÚA → 9 miles
ARZÚA – RÚA → 12 miles
RÚA – SANTIAGO → 13 miles
From Sarria to Santiago
Stages of the French Way from Sarria to Santiago
This town stablish the minimum distance to obtain the Compostela so, traveling for 7 or even 6 days , you can reach the Cathedral of Santiago.
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