Erasmus+ Programme
Strategic Partnership Project Nr: 2018-1-RO01-KA204 – 049274

Camino de Santiago

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About Camino

Camino de Santiago is a route that pilgrims from Spain and from all over Europe travel to reach the city of Santiago de Compostela, where the relics of the Apostle Santiago el Mayor are revered. Throughout the Middle Ages it was very crowded, later it was slightly forgotten and nowadays it has returned to take a great boom. Camino de Santiago has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; European Cultural Itinerary by the Council of Europe and has received the honorary title of Europa Mayor Street.

The origin of the name Santiago comes from two words – Sant Jacob. His name in Hebrew was Jacob (Jacobo), written in Latin Iacobus, the Spaniards when invoking him joined the words and he became Santiago (Sant Iacob).

WHO IS JAMES? James was one of the twelve apostles (sent to preach) of Jesus Christ. He was the son of Zebedee and Salome. His brother John was also an apostle and one of the four evangelists (writers of the new testament or gospel which means message). Both were Israelite fishermen and they left everything to follow Jesus. James appears in the most important moments of the New Testament with Jesus.

Fine Food Cuisine

La Robleda Restaurant


La Robleda restaurant and barbecue opened its doors for the first time in 1971, thus becoming the first steakhouse in Galicia.

Part of its charm lies in the delicious food that the restaurant offers, and the cozy atmosphere that is achieved through a friendly treatment with the clients.

Cabanas Restaurant
 A restaurant from the 2021 MICHELIN Guide Spain

The restaurant offers a modern take on traditional dishes, enhanced by a variety of seasonal dishes. Make sure you try Lalín’s famous “cocido gallego”, a typical Galician stew.

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