The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela
At the beginning of the 9th century, the burial place of the apostle St. James
And since then, the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela has gradually taken on a more and more universal character.
More and more pilgrims started coming to Santiago from almost all of the
then-known countries, and from all walks of life.
The pilgrimage to Compostela
continues to live on into our time and many routes,
which were forgotten in the past, have been rediscovered and are gaining importance.
The main path is the "Camino Frances
" (French Way).
Our path was the "Camino dela Costa
" (Coastal Way) stretching from Bilbao
and then leading on to the "Camino dela Norte
" from Ribadeo to Santiago de Compostela
This website is dedicated to our families, and to our fellow pilgrims:
Monze, Adrian, Leonor, Darek, Miguel, Marcus, Conze, Eva, Pili, Lara, Tamy and Angel,
Andrea and Tito, Raul, Anna und Sebastian, Kike, Carmen and Anton, Juan-Carlos, Jose,
the Policia Local in Colindres and Ribadeo, Mercedes, Bernhard, Ernesto and Carmen.
And of course to all those who would like to inform themselves on the St. James' Way pilgrimage.
We, Stephanum and Reinardum Josephum,
wish you lots of fun on all accounts in your search as well as a