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The Pilgrim's Way to Santiago The Pilgrim's Way to Santiago

It has been classified as an European Cultural Route and has been awarded with the Prince of Asturias for Concord prize.

Navarre is the gateway to the Santiago Way in mainland Spainand two major routes cross it: the one that comes from the Pyrenees, passing though the legendary , Roncesvalles, and the one that comes from Aragon, crossing Sangüesa. 200 kilometres where you can enjoy prolific artistic legend and natural, cultural and gastronomic diversity, along the French Way, that the Navarran King Sancho III the Great promoted in the 11th Century as the official route. You can cover the route by car, on foot, by bike, or on horseback, and here you can find all the information you need, as well as suggestions that will help you get deeper into this unparalleled historical route.

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The Santiago Way

A Navarran King promoted the official route, upon which kings, rogues, princesses and master stonemasons have all left

Activities and experiences along the Santiago Way

Sangüesa, a monument in every street
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Sangüesa, a monument in every street

Visit these land in the Pilgrim's way to Santiago, that in the Medieval period played an important defensive role.

Gregorian chant at the Monastery of Leyre
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Gregorian chant at the Monastery of Leyre

Listening to live, a cappella religious music sung in Latin is an experience in and of itself; if we add to that the fact that the place where this music is sung is the sober, austere San Salvador de Leyre Monastery, the experience becomes heavenly.

Recorre el Camino como un peregrino
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Recorre el Camino como un peregrino "VIP"

Hay muchas maneras de hacer el Camino de Santiago, y todas ellas aportan una experiencia inolvidable.

Visit Estella, the elegant
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Visit Estella, the elegant

It became the third most important Aljama in Navarre, after Pamplona and Tudela, outstanding for its commercial glory.