Since the Middle Ages Santiago is a pilgrimage destination for travelers from all over Europe. A historical journey, for believers and not, that has its roots in our past but also offers incentives to those who undertake it today. A path that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.

The path is a spontaneous path, traced by the first pilgrims who went to visit the tomb of St. James. The “Camino de Santiago” that we know is only one of the roads traveled by travelers, the best known. There are in fact many others, less beaten, but no less suggestive.
Terre di mezzo has completed the publication of all the variants of the Camino de Santiago, to offer readers a complete choice. Choose also for which path to follow your path.

Santiago’s ways: