The French Way 1: from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Roncesvalles
The first Way of Saint James is the one that comes from France and, crossing the Pyrenees, heads towards Santiago de Compostela. A pilgrimage route more than one thousand two hundred years old. A Way that, every year, hundreds of pilgrims walk looking for the sense
The French Way 2: from Roncesvalles to Zubiri
For the pilgrim who starts the French route of the Way of Saint James in Saint Jean Pied de Port, the journey from Roncesvalles to Zubiri is the second stage. This section of the pilgrimage route is characterised by alternating extensive meadows with wooded areas. Very
The French Way 3: from Zubiri to Pamplona
For those who start the Way of Saint James in Saint Jean Pied de Port, this is the third stage. After crossing Roncesvalles, the pilgrim leaves the Pyrenees area and plunges into the Esteribar Valley.
The French Way 4: from Pamplona to Puente la Reina
The city of Pamplona marks the start of the fourth stage for all pilgrims who starts the Saint James Way in Saint Jean Pied de Port. It is a journey that leaves the first large city on the Jacobean route.
The French Way 5: from Puente la Reina to Estella
The stage that separate Puente la Reina from Estella is twenty-two-kilometres away. For the pilgrims who began the Way of Saint James in Saint Jean Pied de Port, this is the fifth stage of their journey. After leaving Pamplona, the route continues through these two small
The French Way 6: from Estella to Torres del Río
For pilgrims who start the Way of Saint James in Saint Jean Pied de Port, the route between Estella and Torres del Río becomes their sixth stage. A very demanding stage with twenty-nine kilometres of distance.
The French Way 7: from Torres del Río to Logroño
In the seventh stage of the Way of Saint James, the pilgrim leaves Navarra. After covered one hundred and forty-two kilometres of its territory, the Pilgrim's Way enters La Rioja to reach Logroño.
The French Way 8: from Logroño to Nájera
For pilgrims who start the Way of Saint James in the French town of Saint Jean Pied de Port, this is the eight stage of the route. The walk from Logroño to the medieval town of Nájera is the longest from France. A total of twenty-nine
The French Way 9: from Nájera to Santo Domingo de la Calzada
The route between Nájera and Santo Domingo de la Calzada is the ninth stage for pilgrims who start the Way of Saint James in Saint Jean Pied de Port. It is a twenty-one-kilometre route that passes through vineyards and large fields of cereal. This stage ends
The French Way 10: from Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Belorado
The stage that goes from Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Belorado has a total of twenty-two point seven kilometres. It is also the tenth stage for those pilgrims who start the Way of Saint James in Saint Jean Pied de Port.