The Murcia Region is located in south-east Spain, in the so-called Mediterranean Arc. It has 253 km of coastline and a great variety of landscapes. Another of its main attractions is its climate, with average temperatures above 19º and 300 days of annual sunshine.
Its general objective is highlighting the cultural, natural, and human resources of the Camino de Santiago. It also aims to contribute to the development of rural areas along the Camino de Santiago by promoting and disseminating their values.
The Joint Community of O Salnés is a supra-municipal public administration made up of the town councils of: Cambados, Meaño, Meis, A Illa de Arousa, Ribadumia, Sanxenxo, O Grove, Vilanova de Arousa, and Vilagarcía de Arousa.
The length of the French Way in Galicia is about 160 kilometres. The joint area bears witness to this itinerary, from the time pilgrims enter Galicia until they finish their trek in Compostela.
The Malta Tourism Authority is the main regulator and motivator of the island’s tourist industry.
The Ourense Institute for Economic Development – Inorde is a local administration entity that is dependent on the Provincial Council of Ourense, established in 1987.
Its objective is the economic development of the province of Ourense, taking into account environmental and social aspects that contribute to the sustainable development of the entire province.
Official organism of Spain’s local public sector (provincial administration) with responsibilities in the field of economic and social promotion in the province of Lugo, as well as its tourist promotion.
We transport luggage from one accommodation to another along the Camino de Santiago and provide logistical solutions for pilgrims: delivery of bikes, suitcases, packages, and walking sticks.
Cantabria Infinita – Lebaniego Holy Year
Promotion of Cantabria as a tourist destination, as well as the promotion of the Camino Lebaniego and Northern Way through Cantabria.
Its function is centred on the management and running of cultural, tourist, and sports facilities, the provision of infrastructure to improve the tourist experience, and providing consultancy services to promote the Principality of Asturias’ tourist sector and activities.