Thousands of pilgrims, coming from all over Europe, even from the all word depart with a tremendous momentum towards Santiago de Compostela.With diversified motivations : spiritual, cultural, artistic, as a trial, initiatory trip, with fervour, often to revitalise and rediscover oneself.

While everyone is free to set off as desired, alone or accompanied, it seems important to remind certain rules to be observed on the path as well as in the facilities made available to everyone. Walkers, hikers, bikers, horse riders, pilgrims, using these historical paths should make sure to contribute to a good climate through a sporting, friendly, mutual assistance oriented attitude towards all those who are met. They are expected to adopt a respectful conduct towards the environment, also to the inhabitants and the volunteers dedicated to the St James route

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