The Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
312
Utgivningsdatum
2019-05-15
Upplaga
3 Revised edition
Förlag
Cicerone Press
Illustrationer
colour photographs, 1:100,000 route maps, selected town maps
Dimensioner
170 x 114 x 18 mm
Vikt
340 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781786310149
The Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo (häftad)

The Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo

To Santiago de Compostela and Finisterre from Irun or Oviedo

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This guidebook describes the Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. The 820km Camino del Norte follows the coast from Irun, on the French border, through Bilbao and takes about 5 weeks to complete. The 355km Camino Primitivo splits off from the Camino del Norte near Villaviciosa and passes through Oviedo and Lugo en route to Compostela. It takes roughly 2 weeks to walk. This book also includes an overview of a continuation route from Santiago to Finisterre on the coast. Physically demanding, but not difficult, the caminos are best walked from late spring to autumn. The guidebook is broken into stages of between 15 and 35km, most of which end in a town or village with a pilgrim albergue. There is indispensable information on facilities, food and lodging, 1:100,000 scale maps of the route and town maps for key locations. With notes on preparation and planning, travel and equipment, a list of useful sources of information, and a glossary, the book provides all you need to know to walk the camino. Santiago de Compostela, whose cathedral houses the relics of St James, was one of three major centres of Catholic pilgrimage in the Middle Ages. In modern times the Caminos de Santiago have seen a resurgence in popularity, drawing walkers for all sorts of reasons. Passing through the Spanish regions of the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia, the northern caminos are popular enough to offer sufficient facilities, clear routes, and a community of pilgrims, without suffering the overcrowding of the Camino Frances.
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Laura Perazzoli lives and works in Portland, Oregon. She completed her first pilgrimage in 2004 on the Camino Frances. She has since led student pilgrimage trips on the Camino Frances, the Camino del Norte & Primitivo, the Via Francigena and the Le Puy route in France. Dave Whitson is a high school History teacher in Portland, Oregon. He first walked the Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo in 2008 and has subsequently returned on six other occasions.

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Map key Overview map Route summary tables INTRODUCTION The story of Saint James The Northern Caminos: yesterday and today Along the routes: different cultures Choosing your camino When to go Preparation and planning Being a pilgrim Getting there and back Equipment Accommodation Food Postal services Telephones and internet Other local facilities Waymarking, route-planning, and maps Using this guide THE CAMINO DEL NORTE Prologue: The Voie Littorale Bayonne to Irun/Hondarribia Stage 1 Irun to San Sebastian Stage 2 San Sebastian to Zarautz Stage 3 Zarautz to Deba Stage 4 Deba to Markina-Xemein Stage 5 Markina-Xemein to Gernika-Lumo Stage 6 Gernika-Lumo to Bilbao Stage 7 Bilbao to Pobena Stage 8 Pobena to Castro-Urdiales Stage 9 Castro-Urdiales to Laredo Stage 10 Laredo to Guemes Stage 11 Guemes to Santander Stage 12 Santander to Santillana del Mar Stage 13 Santillana del Mar to Comillas Stage 14 Comillas to Colombres Detour: The Camino Lebaniego Munorrodero to Santo Toribio de Liebana Stage 15 Colombres to Llanes Stage 16 Llanes to Pineres de Pria Stage 17 Pineres de Pria to La Isla Stage 18 La Isla to Villaviciosa Detour: The Camino Covadonga Amandi (Villaviciosa) to Covadonga Stage 19 Villaviciosa to Gijon Stage 20 Gijon to Aviles Stage 21 Aviles to Muros de Nalon Stage 22 Muros de Nalon to Cadavedo Stage 23 Cadavedo to Luarca Stage 24 Luarca to La Caridad Stage 25 La Caridad to Ribadeo Stage 26 Ribadeo to Lourenza Stage 27 Lourenza to Gontan/Abadin Stage 28 Gontan/Abadin to Vilalba Stage 29 Vilalba to Miraz Stage 30 Miraz to Sobrado dos Monxes Stage 31 Sobrado dos Monxes to Arzua Stage 32 Arzua to Santiago de Compostela THE CAMINO PRIMITIVO Stage 1 Villaviciosa to Pola de Siero Stage 2 Pola de Siero to Oviedo Stage 3 Oviedo to Grado Stage 4 Grado to Salas Stage 5 Salas to Campiello Stage 6 Campiello to Berducedo Stage 7 Berducedo to Grandas de Salime Stage 8 Grandas de Salime to A Fonsagrada Stage 9 A Fonsagrada to Castroverde Stage 10 Castroverde to Lugo Stage 11 Lugo to As Seixas Stage 12 As Seixas to Arzua Primitivo-Norte Link via Oviedo: Oviedo to Aviles Primitivo-Norte Link via Friol: Lugo to Sobrado dos Monxes THE CAMINO FINISTERRE Stage 1 Santiago de Compostela to Negreira Stage 2 Negreira to Olveiroa Stage 3 Olveiroa to Finisterre Appendix A Useful sources of information Appendix B English-Spanish-Euskera glossary Appendix C Suggestions for further reading