Camino de Santiago Maps - Mapas - Cartes: St. Jean Pied de Port - Roncesvalles - Santiago de Compostela - Finisterre

Camino de Santiago Maps Mapas Cartes St Jean Pied de Port Roncesvalles Santiago de Compostela Finisterre Spiritual seekers and travelers will find all the resources they need to walk the Way of St James in this complete set of maps and town plans translated into English Spanish and French Covering the

  • Title: Camino de Santiago Maps - Mapas - Cartes: St. Jean Pied de Port - Roncesvalles - Santiago de Compostela - Finisterre
  • Author: John Brierley
  • ISBN: 9781844095995
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spiritual seekers and travelers will find all the resources they need to walk the Way of St James in this complete set of maps and town plans translated into English, Spanish, and French Covering the sacred route from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago, including the Finisterre extension for modern day pilgrims who wish to reach the ocean, this portable book of maps makesSpiritual seekers and travelers will find all the resources they need to walk the Way of St James in this complete set of maps and town plans translated into English, Spanish, and French Covering the sacred route from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago, including the Finisterre extension for modern day pilgrims who wish to reach the ocean, this portable book of maps makes the perfect companion for adventurers attempting to heed the spiritual calling Light enough to carry while walking long distances each day, the maps show the location of all pilgrim hostels en route and the distances between all villages and points of interest, as well as counter guides, alternative routes, and accommodations.

    One thought on “Camino de Santiago Maps - Mapas - Cartes: St. Jean Pied de Port - Roncesvalles - Santiago de Compostela - Finisterre”

    1. This is a tri-lingual map book that is intended to accompany "A Pilgrims Guide to the Camino de Santiago. The book is broken down into 33 daily maps that cover the Camino from St-Jean Pied de Port through Santiago to Finisterre. It is not detailed enough by itself, but as a map book it never was intended to give a lot of verbal detail. I do wish there was a website to accompany the books.

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