The Vía de la Plata is the longest of all the Camino de Santiago routes, travelling from Andalucía, in the South of Spain all the way to Galicia, in the North-West. The first section of the Via de la Plata Camino route starts in magnificent Seville, crosses Andalucía’s countryside, the Sierra Norte National Park and finishes in Monesterio, gateway to the Extremadura region. The route from Seville is dotted with fantastic Roman ruins. Following paths among orange and olive groves, you will also encounter some of the famous black pigs reared for some of the best cured ham in the country.
Take time to explore Seville and witness the passion of a live Flamenco show before starting your Camino journey on the Via de la Plata.