The Way of Saint James


The Camino de Santiago is a signposted grand cultural route that stetches from the east to west coast of the Iberic peninsula, from Cap de Creus to Cabo de Finisterre.

From Pertús & Sant Pere de Rodes to Girona, Montserrat & Lleida, the trails of the Camino de Santiago branch out across Catalonia arriving at Zarragossa and the ancient French trail. Whether it be on foot, by bike or on horseback, the pilgrimage to the apostle's tomb in Santiago de Compostella not only presents a spiritual path of personal introspection, but also the privelige to enjoy the natural and cultural wealth of the Catalan countryside that this "trail of trails" offers as it passes through Catalonia.  

Difficulty level: medium.
Length: 29.7 km.