The Northern Way passes between the sea and the mountains, of great monumental beauty, in which the Jacobean tradition has left its marked mark throughout history.
The green of its valleys and the numerous rivers that dot it, as well as its accentuated cultural, marine, gastronomic and livestock traditions, are another of the main arguments to travel this route of the Camino de Santiago.
Of rugged orography, although not too demanding. The itinerary takes place in a very pleasant environment, predominantly rural, dotted with numerous wooded areas and water courses, ending the stages in beautiful cities full of history.
In the Arzúa locality, the Northern Way joins the French Way.