What to see: French Way
El French Camino de Santiago It has a total route of 790 kilometers, and the entry into Spain is through the town of Roncesvalles, ending the route at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
It was considered the "Main Street of Europe" and it is stated that Europe was "forged" along it, motivated by the cultural, social and artistic diversity that pilgrims from all corners of Europe who made pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela contributed.
Since then, thousands of walkers start the Camino de Santiago Frances every year, driven by faith, in some cases, or by culture, gastronomy and sports, among others, with as many reasons to do it as people undertake it.
This Way is undoubtedly the most popular, the one with the greatest Jacobean tradition and the most influx of pilgrims of all nationalities. It is followed in importance and volume of pilgrims by Portuguese Way.