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Navarre is the Iberian Peninsula’s gateway to the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago (also called St James Way). Along its 240km, many of Navarre’s artistic treasures as well as its natural and cultural diversity are revealed to the visitor, on a route that the ancient kingdom's monarch Sancho III ‘el Mayor’ promoted as official in the 11th century and that took the name of the French Route.

Find out more about the Pilgrim's Way in Navarre

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Two major routes cross the Kingdom of Navarre: the one that comes into the region from the Pyrenees along Luzaide/Valcarlos and the legendary Orreaga/Roncesvalles and the one from Aragon, which travels through Sangüesa.

Practical info

Here you will find a full map, with the visits, activities and food and drink not to be missed if you’ve decided to travel The Pilgrim’s Route to Santiago by car. How many days will it take to travel the Navarre route? Here are 2 possible options:

  1. The route in 3 days by car
  2. The route in 5 days by car

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What to do on the Pilgrim's Way

Click on these categories to access information on the tourist services and cultural and natural heritage that you will find on the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago:

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