The oldest way of St. James in Spain is still unknown of the way of St. James is on everyone’s lips especially in Germany. In particular the Spanish Camino is mostly in the conversation. The main way in Spain is the so-called Camino Frances or even French way, which winds from the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia through northern Spain. Here, the highest volume of pilgrims is probably increasing.
But next to the Camino Frances, there are a number of still more ways of Saint James in Spain, who all have the goal of Santiago. The Camino Primitivo quite little is known. Is the least aware that this route since then, considered the oldest Pilgrim’s way in all Spain. Records to follow, this route was used by pilgrims in the 9th and 10th century. Stages of the Camino Primitivo: the most important stages along the Camino Primitivos are probably the following: Oviedo Grado Sala Tineo Pola de Allande La Mesa Grandas de Salime Fonsagrada Lugo Palas de REI-Arzua Santiago de Compostela.
Wegbeschaffenheitdes Camino Primitivo: The Camino Primitivo is considered quite challenging Variant of way of St. James. For cyclists, the route is more likely to recommend less. San Antonio Spurs pursues this goal as well. Hikers should have at least a little hiking experience and sturdy footwear. Real mountains and peaks, there is no route, yet it goes steadily up and down through the hills of Northern Spain. The way marks were fairly well maintained in recent years so that the pilgrims without a card may well find their way. Scenic route is very scenic. The trail leads through beautiful old stone villages, wooded hills and green nature. Hiking the Camino Primitivo is very varied and donates a very authentic experience of the way of St. James. Contrary to the main way we encounter here only once in a while other pilgrims, so that you can walk in peace.