Los Caminos de Santiago in the Iberian Peninsula


Relationship of the various routes of the Camino de Santiago, known and not so well known, are marked on the map over all the towns that form and its total and partial distances so you can do it without missing. In addition we show all campsites you can find in their path.

Camino Santiago Aragonés

Recorre 5 localidades

He was one of the earliest and most used route Jacobean can be considered a variant of the French Way, which starts in Spain from the Port of Somport, the other variant that starts in Roncesvalles is also known as the Navarro way. Both roads lead to join in the…

Camino Santiago Francés

Recorre 32 localidades

It consists of 32 stages with total distance of 775 kilometers. It is the most important pilgrimage route from Europe. Surge few years after the tomb of St. James was discovered in Compostela in the ninth century. Comes from Somport and Roncesvalles, as accessed by the Aragonese Way, or Camino…

Camino de Santiago de San Salvador

Recorre 7 localidades

It consists of 6 stages with a total distance of 126 kilometers. It is a variant of the French Way until the Primitive Way, which from Leon took many pilgrims to the Cathedral of San Salvador in Oviedo, to venerate the relics kept at the Holy Chamber (declared World Heritage…

Camino de Santiago Primitivo

Recorre 12 localidades

It consists of 11 stages with a total distance of 252 kilometers. It is the path that goes from Oviedo to Santiago de Compostela, joining the French Route in Palas de Rei. It is said that the road was used in the early ninth century by King Alfonso II, to…

Camino de Santiago Vasco del interior

Recorre 9 localidades

It consists of 8 stages with a total distance of 203 km. Also called Road Tunnel of San Adrian or Route of Bayonne, part from Irun and joins the French Way in Santo Domingo de la Calzada. It was one of the most important routes in the tenth and thirteenth…

Camino de Santiago del Norte

Recorre 34 localidades

It consists of 33 stages with a total distance of 839 kilometers. Also called Camino de la Costa, runs along the Cantabrian coast, from the Basque Country to Galicia. It is as old as the French Way route. Come to Asturias can be taken two ways: Go to Oviedo and…

Camino de Santiago Vía de la Plata

Recorre 27 localidades

It consists of 26 stages with total distance of 956 Kms. Via de la Plata or Mozárabe Road to Santiago, is the longest route across the peninsula. This route not only refers to the path of pilgrimage, but owes its origin to a set of Roman roads that connected the…

Camino de Santiago Sanabrés

Recorre 14 localidades

It has 13 stages with total distance of 383 km. Also called Gallego Road South, that following the Via de la Plata, is from Zamora (specifically from Granja de Moreruela), which takes its way to Santiago, running for Zamora land to enter Galicia by Gudiña, and through the monumental capital…

Camino de Santiago Epílogo a Fiestera

Recorre 4 localidades

It consists of 3 stages with a distance of 90 Kms. This is the last step of the way. Traditionally pilgrims had finally reached the tomb and embrace the Apostle achieved, still a few kilometers to reach Finisterre, to achieve what the Romans called it the end of the world…

Camino Santiago Catalán por Zaragoza

Recorre 15 localidades

It consists of 8 stages with total distance of 392 kilometers. Also called "Cami de Sant Jaume". Starting from the Monastery of Montserrat, this Jacobean itinerary picks up other branches, until it joins the main road of the Ebro, in the province of Zaragoza, at the height of Pina de…

Camino de Santiago Levante y Sureste

Recorre 30 localidades

From the Mediterranean, crossing the peninsula southeast to northwest. The paths that start from Alicante, Murcia and Valencia, have joined in Albacete, to undertake together the plains of La Mancha on their way to hell, reaching Benavente, where it joins the Camino de la Plata to continue their journey to…

Camino de Santiago del Ebro (Ruta principal)

Recorre 19 localidades

It begins in the Ebro Delta, rallying around the river valley to Logroño, where it joins the French Way. Before coming to Zaragoza, Among Pina de Ebro and Fuentes de Ebro, the road joins the Catalan Road for Zaragoza, which comes from Montserrat, and it is from this point that…

Camino de Santiago del Ebro (Ruta del Maestrazgo)

Recorre 17 localidades

It is one of the four branches that starting from Castellon, joins the main road in Escatrón Ebro coming together to Zaragoza.

Camino de Santiago del Ebro (Ruta Por Teruel)

Recorre 21 localidades

Another branch that starting from Castellón through Teruel come to converge in Zaragoza, where it joins the main road of the Ebro.

Camino de Santiago del Ebro (Ruta desde Andorra - Teruel)

Recorre 7 localidades

The branch shortest route which, starting from Andorra de Teruel, in Fuentes de Ebro links with the main road.

Camino de Santiago Manchego

Recorre 6 localidades

It is the road between Ciudad Real and Toledo, city where it joins the Camino del Sureste. This is a path full of history when communication channel used by the nobility and clergy between the capitals of the Christian kingdoms (Toledo) and Muslim (Córdoba). John of the Cross and St.…

Camino de Santiago Portugués

Recorre 11 localidades

Used by the Portuguese pilgrims going to Santiago through the routes that run inside the country joining the Spanish roads. There are historical routes that start from the Algarve, south of Portugal and from Lisbon and Coimbra can be directed towards 2 variants. Although it has multiple paths in their…

Camino de Santiago Inglés

Recorre 5 localidades

It was the route of the pilgrims who came to the Galician coast in boats from Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Flanders, Northern France, and above all English and Irish. This journey of pilgrims to the tomb, departed from the port of La Coruna and El Ferrol. There is information that in…

Camino Santiago de la Lana

Recorre 25 localidades

It was the route followed farmers and merchants with the wool trade. Traditionally the pilgrimage began in Cuenca (Monteagudo de las Salinas), to link in Burgos with the French Way, but today is the city of Alicante the beginning of the main route. There is another road from Valencia, which…