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The Way of Saint James (Sarria)

The French Way to Santiago de Compostela is the pilgrimage route with a stronger historic tradition. Also known as Royal Way, it was established at the end of the XI century throughout the north of Spain. The main routes of this way are described in the fifth book of the Calixtine Codes (Codex Calixtinus), which was an authentic guide of pilgrimage to Santiago.

The French Way was born in France and enters in Spain through four main routes. Three of them (Paris-Tours, Vezelay-Limoges and Le Puy-Conques) arrive at Spain through Roncesvalles, in Navarre. The fourth route (Arles-Toulouse) enters through the Pyrenees, through the port of Somport and continues along Aragon. Both itineraries come together at La Reina Bridge, in Navarre.

After going through several towns and cities such as Logroño, Burgos, Leon or Astorga, the French Way enters in Galicia through el Bierzo.

Sarria, in the province of Lugo, is the necessary minimum start point to get the Compostelana. In order to get it you should prove you have walked on foot at least 100 km.

The town of Sarria, undoubtedly, the town where the greater number of pilgrims start the Way of Saint James. Although it is a short journey, barely 4 or 5 days on foot, the pilgrims can enjoy in the same way the essence and spirit of the Way which has stricken so deep in the heart of a lot of people.

Monbus recommends you to live this spiritual experience. Check in this web our bus schedules of regular line to Sarria. If you prefer, encourage your friends and family and ask us for a budget without obligation to rent a bus. You have also the option of renting a car to plan the travel yourself.