Contains only parts of the stage which are either developed, developed with signs or certified – i.e. sections that are ready to cycle.
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Following the ancient pilgrimage path, the last stage of EuroVelo 3 - Pilgrims Route finally brings you to the edge of the Iberian Peninsula, with the end point overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on Spain’s western coast. A mandatory stop on the way is Santiago de Compostela, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Camino Francés, or French Way, is the most popular of the routes of the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago), the ancient pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and Fisterra in Galicia. It runs from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in the French Pyrenees, to Roncesvalles on the Spanish side. Then another 870km on to Santiago de Compostela, through the major cities of Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos and León, and a final 90km to Cape Finisterre. Follow in the footsteps of former pilgrims in this stage of EuroVelo 3.



Development status
  • Certified Section of at least 300 km that has successfully undergone the certification process in line with ECF’s European Certification Standard. It is the highest quality level on the EuroVelo network
  • Developed with EuroVelo signs Developed route (see category below) with continuous signing along the route, incorporating EuroVelo route information panels.
  • Developed Route developed for cyclists and signed in line with the respective national standard (i.e. it is part of a local, regional or national cycle network). There must also be a website providing information to users. Developed route can be heterogeneous in terms of infrastructure: type of cycling infrastructure, surface, width, gradients, etc
  • Under development Route containing sections that require further development (e.g. stretches on public highways with high levels of traffic). Cyclists are advised to use public transportation to skip these non-developed stretches.
  • Planning Undeveloped route with no detailed information publicly available on the Internet. The itinerary communicated is a proposal for the best possible option currently available. It may also contain dangerous sections. Cyclists are advised to use public transportation to skip these non-developed stretches.
  • Public transport link


  • Natuurlijk Erfgoed
  • UNESCO-werelderfgoed
  • Cultureel Erfgoed
  • Culinaire Hoogstandjes
  • Maritime Heritage / The Rhine / The Meuse
  • Other Point of Interest
  • Bus station
  • Train station
  • Mobility info center