Way of Santiago
Way of the Coast or Way of the North
One knows about both manners to this historical Way of Santiago, the route of crossed length more followed after the French Way. It is the most ancient Way of Santiago. His origin goes back to the discovery itself of the sepulcher of the Apostle, when Alfonso II the Chaste one peregrinates from Oviedo, the capital of the young person Reino Astur, to contemplating newly tart it falls down. His pecular subjects were not late in realizing that, following the tracing of the Cantabrian littoral, the distance was much less hard, the Way of the Coast was born like that.
Friends' Association of the Ways of Santiago for Gipuzkoa
Camino of the North, Stage 1
Consortium Irun Hondarribia Hendaya