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Walking

33 Stages / 764 km

Stage 1

Length: 24,2 km (15 miles)

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Stage 2

Length: 21,4 km (13,3 miles)

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Stage 3

Length: 20,4 km (12,7 miles)

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Stage 4

Length: 23,9 km (15 miles)

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Stage 5

Length: 21,6 km (13,4 miles)

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Stage 6

Length: 21,3 km (13,2 miles)

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Stage 7

Length: 27,6 km (17 miles)

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Stage 8

Length: 29 km (17,8 miles)

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Stage 9

Length: 20,7 km (13 miles)

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Stage 10

Length: 22,0 km (13,7 miles)

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Stage 11

Length: 23,9 km (15 miles)

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Stage12

Length: 25,8 km (16 miles)

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Stage 14

Length: 21,0 km (13 miles)

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Stage 14

Length: 19,9 km (12 miles)

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Stage 15

Length: 24,7 km (15 miles)

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Stage 16

Length: 18,8 km (11,7 miles)

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Stage 17

Length: 26,3 km (16 miles)

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Stage 18

Length: 23,2 km (14 miles)

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Stage 19

Length: 26,3 km (16 miles)

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Stage 20

Length: 18,5 km (11,5 miles)

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Stage 21

Length: 24,6 km (15,3 miles)

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Stage 22

Length: 23,7 km (14,7 miles)

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Stage 23

Length: 25,8 km (16 miles)

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Stage 24

Length: 26,8 km (16,6 miles)

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Stage 25

Length: 24,2 km (15 miles)

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Stage 26

Length: 27,8 km (17,3 miles)

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Stage 27

Length: 20,8 km (13 miles)

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Stage 28

Length: 18,4 km (11,5 miles)

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Stage 29

Length: 22,2 km (13,8 miles)

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Stage 30

Length: 24,8 km (15,4 miles)

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Stage 31

Length: 28,5 km (17,7 miles)

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Stage 32

Length: 19,3 km (12 miles)

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Stage 33

Length: 19,4 km (12 miles)

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French Way Stages by Bike

14 Stages / 741 km
Stage Path Km Difficulty
Stage 1 Saint Jean Pied de Port – Roncesvalles 24,2
Stage 2 Roncesvalles – Pamplona 42
Stage 3 Pamplona – Estella 42
Stage 4 Estella – Logroño 50
Stage 5 Logroño – Santo Domingo de la Calzada 49
Stage 6 Santo Domingo de la Calzada – Burgos 72
Stage 7 Burgos – Carrión de los Condes 87
Stage 8 Carrión de los Condes – León 89
Stage 9 León – Astorga 49
Stage 10 Astorga – Ponferrada 53
Stage 11 Ponferrada – O Cebreiro 55
Stage12 O Cebreiro – Portomarín 62
Stage 14 Portomarín – Arzúa 54
Stage 14 Arzúa – Santiago de Compostela 39
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Frequently asked questions about the French Way

As shown in the section of stages the French Way is made up of a total of 33 stages over a distance of 764 km starting from the French town of Saint Jean Pied de Port. If you do the French Way by bike there will be 14 stages.

If your goal is to get the Compostela, you must walk at least the last 100 km of the Camino, in the case of this route the starting point would be the town of Sarria. However, if you do the Camino by bike, the minimum distance is 200 km, which would take you to start from Ponferrada.

Along the French route you will pass through a large number of towns, each with its own charm. However, there are a number of villages that make pilgrims fall in love with them as they pass, these are: Burgos, Ponferrada, O Cebreiro o Portomarín, entre otros.

764 km make up this route, so there will be many landscapes that you will be able to see during the pilgrimage, among them are: the Meseta, before arriving in Burgos, the Romanesque bridge of Puente la Reina, the Cathedrals of León and Burgos…

The French Way is the best known route in the world due to its relevance during Medieval Europe. Two factors influenced its development: its connection with the rest of Europe and its appearance in the form of a Guide in the Codex Calixtinus. Another curiosity is that of Father Elías Valiña who, using paint left over from some lorry drivers, marked the route of the French Way with the yellow signs so characteristic of the Jacobean route nowadays.

In Pilgrim.es we have the most complete information about this Camino and many more. Enter our website and discover all the routes that make up the Camino de Santiago, its stages, maps and even the villages with their indications on what to see in each one.