This map that you can see breaks down this fantastic route that runs along the northern Way along the entire Cantabrian coast from Irun to Santiago de Compostela. With a length of no more and no less than 820 km exceeds the traditional one. Camino Francés being only behind the Vía de la Plata.

How can I interpret this map of the Camino del Norte?

In this map you will find the itinerary of the 34 stages of the northern Way. Bordering the Cantabrian Sea, on this route you will cross 4 Autonomous Communities and 6 Provinces. Visit Basque Country (provinces of Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya), Cantabria, Asturias y Galicia (provinces of Lugo and A Coruña)

You will travel along a wonderful coastline passing through more than 135 well-stocked towns of all services, so don’t worry! Approximately every 6 kms you will find a place with sufficient infrastructure to meet the needs of pilgrims, such as shops or bars.

Ribadesella's coast