The Camino de Santiago as you know, is that set of routes that lead to the city of Santiago de Compostela. Every self-respecting pilgrim wants to reach the Jacobean city either on foot, on horseback or by bicycle, and in the peninsular territory there is diversity and continuity of trails. However, this does not mean that there is no pilgrim culture on the islands and archipelagos, as is the case of the island of Gran Canaria where you can also find a Camino de Santiago with a long tradition.

Let’s learn a little more about this Camino de Santiago in Gran Canaria. This is a route that links Maspalomas, in the south of the island, with Gáldar, in the northwest, a route with Jacobean history and tradition.