Behind every pilgrim a personal motivation to start their particular Camino de Santiago lies, and the truth is that there are few who find in enjoying the cuisine as rich and varied offering their routes. Treat yourself to the stomach on the Road is a debt that the pilgrim must pay himself and opportunities you will not miss, choose the route you choose.
The Camino de Santiago passes through many regions and autonomous communities of Spain, without forgetting its way through Portugal, if we choose to do the Portuguese Way or the Pyrenean France, if we decided to choose the French Way. Therefore the variety of dishes, desserts and wines is beyond question, the pilgrim can try some of the most popular specialties of each area restaurants, inns, taverns or brasseries.
It is widespread that that "in Spain eat well anywhere," but if we talk about the Camino de Santiago, the expression is greater meaning. It may be that many of its routes, such as the Camino Frances -the busiest of all-touring the northern peninsula from east to west across regions of ancient culinary tradition as Aragon, Navarra, La Rioja, Basque Country, Castile and Leon , Asturias, Cantabria and Galicia. You should not miss on the table Pilgrim great wine, a good roast lamb, the best tapas or local seafood at the end of our trip.
Vive Camino approach we constantly expand a selection of some of the best restaurants you'll find on your journey through the Camino de Santiago, along with indications about their prices or offer menus. You will find modern and sophisticated cuisine, but also the biggest gastronomic tradition and homemade touch that we cherish pilgrims on the plate at the end of each long day on the road.
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