Camino Mozárabe de Santiago

Calle Huerta de Hierro, 2, 14012 Córdoba, España
The history of the Camino de Santiago dates back to the ninth century when the tomb of the apostle who evangelized the Iberian Peninsula was discovered. From that moment, Santiago de Compostela became a pilgrimage point for the entire European continent. Under Muslim domination, the Christian-Visigothic population known by the name "Mozarabic" continued to retain their faith and Christian customs and began the pilgrimage to the apostle's grave. Upon entering the Subbética Cordobesa Region, the Camino becomes easier and runs mainly among olive trees. In Lucena follow the Greenway that uses the route of the old railway, the Subbética opens to the pilgrim in all its splendor. We leave the Greenway in Doña Mencía, to finish in Baena, where we connect with the Mozarabic Way of Granada.

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The history of the Camino de Santiago dates back to the ninth century when the tomb of the apostle who evangelized the Iberian Peninsula was discovered. From that moment, Santiago de Compostela became a pilgrimage point for the entire European continent. Under Muslim domination, the Christian-Visigothic population known by the name “Mozarabic” continued to retain their faith and Christian customs and began the pilgrimage to the apostle’s grave.

Upon entering the Subbética Cordobesa Region, the Camino becomes easier and runs mainly among olive trees. In Lucena follow the Greenway that uses the route of the old railway, the Subbética opens to the pilgrim in all its splendor. We leave the Greenway in Doña Mencía, to finish in Baena, where we connect with the Mozarabic Way of Granada.

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Calle Huerta de Hierro, 2, 14012 Córdoba, España

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