On the way of St-James by the Piemont route also called the Pyrenean Route.
All the European routes to Santiago de Compostela converge in the Pyrenees. These footpaths are however only part of the 4,500 km of maintained and waymarked paths offered to the hiker, including the 1,000 km of long-distance paths like the GR trails.
The quality of the environment and the variety of the scenery make the Piemont Route with the Pyrenees range as a backdrop all along the trail, an ideal place for nature lovers and hikers and “pilgrims” who wish to visit the fervent Lourdes once in their lives.
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