Full Chemin du Puy, from Le-Puy to Saint-Jean
It follows the GR65 trail and is the most popular of the Camino de Santiago routes in France. Both the Geneva Way and the Cluny Way join the Le Puy route at Le Puy-en-Velay.
The Full Chemin du Puy is a superb hike taking in stunning countryside and some of the most beautiful towns in France. The volcanic landscapes of Velay, the peaceful Aubrac plateau, the beautiful towns of Conques, Cahors and the Lot River Valley, the splendid vineyards of Armagnac brandy, and the outstanding Pyrenees Mountains are some of the highlights on the Le Puy Way.
There are also many beautiful churches and relics to visit along the way that remind you that you are on an ancient pilgrimage trail. Soak in the history and the heritage of France’s medieval past on this unique Camino route to St. Jean Pied de Port.
The Chemin du Puy joins up with the French Way, the famous, Camino Francés, in Saint Jean Pied de Port, on the French side of the Pyrenees. It is then another 775 km to Santiago de Compostela along the Full Camino Frances. You can walk this in
With 5-star reviews walking up to 32 nights this is a route to be enjoyed by all. This is one of our most beautiful and quieter long-distance routes. This route is highly recommended for those looking not only for a challenge but to get off the beaten track and enjoy some serious tranquility.
Bear in mind that this is a long-distance route that requires a certain level of fitness for your enjoyment.
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