Doing the Camino de Santiago is an unforgettable experience. Millions of pilgrims from different parts of the world prepare their backpacks to embark on a journey that has at its disposal different routes to reach the city of the Apostle. Among the main alternatives are the Camino del Norte, the Camino Primitivo or the Vía de la Plata, to name a few. However, the French Way is one of the favorite routes, since the route offers a great variety of gastronomic, cultural and natural resources.
The French Way consists of 32 stages that lead pilgrims to leave their footprints in places such as Belorado, located in the east of the province of Burgos. The Spanish municipality belonging to the autonomous community of Castilla y León stands out for sheltering several points of interest related to speleology, but also for having many monuments and important places such as the Digital Center of Jacobean Promotion of Belorado.
Along the routes that lead us to touch Compostelan soil, we find a huge number of services where pilgrims can get information and stamp stages. It is worth mentioning the relevance of this Jacobean Digital Promotion Center located in the Plaza Mayor itself for the community of Castilla y León, since in addition to publicizing its origins, it is the gateway to the Camino de Santiago in Castilla y León.
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