Via de la Plata (The Silver Route)

27 Stages | 689 km

With almost 1,000 km in length, the Silver Route is the longest route to Santiago de Compostela.

Its starting point is the city of Seville, from where the pilgrims begin a long journey that crosses the Iberian Peninsula from north to south. An itinerary that runs through Andalusian lands, crossing important towns such as Castilblanco de los Arroyos or Almadén de la Plata; to fully immerse in Extremadura lands and in a typical landscape of pasture, discovering to the walkers important towns such as Zafra, Mérida or Cáceres. Already in Castilla y León, the Vía de la Plata crosses the province of Salamanca until it reaches Zamora.

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