The French Way is one of the routes most popular and most traditional Jacobean of the Camino de Santiago. It is the route with the largest influx of pilgrims of all nationalities, and it continues to increase every year. It is followed by an influx of pilgrims on the routes of the Portuguese Way.

It has a total route of 790 kilometers, and entry into Spain is made through the town of Roncesvalles, ending the route in Santiago de Compostela. Depending on your availability of time and depending on the geographical area through which you want to travel, we propose different sections of this modality. In all sections you will have the opportunity to walk and share the experience with people of different cultures and nationalities.

Throughout the different locations through which this Path runs you can enjoy the varied cuisine of each area, in addition to discovering landscapes and places that make each pilgrim fall in love.