Via de la Plata Articles

The Via de la Plata crosses the whole of Spain from south to north and is the longest Camino de Santiago route by far (over 1000km). The Camino route was originally used as a trading route by the Romans. It was later used as a pilgrimage route under the Moorish domination when the North African Christians made their way to Santiago de Compostela. Our itinerary covers the most beautiful section of the Via de La Plata in Galicia. In order for you to obtain your Compostela, you must walk the last 100km from Ourense. Hopefully, our Via de la Plata articles will help inspire you before taking on parts of this beautiful and historic Camino de Santiago route.

A short overview of Seville

A short overview of Seville Seville is one of the most loved places by visitors to Spain, it is also the starting point of the Via de la Plata route to Santiago de Compostela. Here will give you an overview of Seville. Although today Moorish influence is architecturally most evident – Andalusia was occupied by Moors

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Andalucia, Via de la Plata

Andalucia, Via de la Plata Andalucia or Andalusia in English, is a province of South of Spain, on the Via de la Plata. Catholicism and local folklore. Traditional dress in all areas of Andalusia tends to be colourful and involve various head coverings reminiscent of a Muslim past. Cities like Almeria are influenced by both Granada and Murcia,

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10 Things to do in Seville

The Via de la Plata starts in the magnificent city of Seville. This Camino de Santiago route was first of all a trading road used by the Romans to join the North and the South of Spain and it is by far the longest Camino (1000km). Seville is the capital and largest city of the

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