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Mapa-Guía Camino de Santiago Portugués - Lisboa - Santiago

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The Portuguese Way of St. James.
Lisboa, Porto to Santiago de Compostela.
Guía del Camino de Santiago Portugés.
Lisboa, de Oporto a Santiago de Compostela.
Autor: John Brierley.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
ISBN 9781844095926.
2012
176 páginas.
Rústica.

A journey of 241 km (150 miles) through stunning unspoiled countryside. Starting in the medieval heart of Porto and winding its way up through Portugal to cross over the Rio Minho into Spain at Tui. There are many pilgrim paths to Santiago but there is none more soulful and significant than the Portuguese Way. And there is none so intimately connected with the actual life and ministry of St. James as well as his death and burial. It was here that he first preached Christ’s message in Iberia and it was also along this route that his body made its last journey to Libredon, later to become known and loved all over the world as Santiago de Compostela. Little wonder that it has become the second most popular pilgrim route to Santiago (after the Camino Francés).

176 pages paperback in full colour including *Overview route planner *11 daily stage maps showing optional routes *11 Contour guides *List of pilgrim hostels and alternative accommodation *11 Town plans *Practical notes on preparation including *Equipment and clothing checklist (with Portuguese and Spanish translations) *Historical notes and places of special interest. In addition to the physical route there are pointers to the *Mystical path with *Inspirational quotations space for *Personal reflections. (The guide measures only 12cm x 22cm and is designed to fit easily into your pocket).

Along this route lies Monte Santiaguiño where St. James first preached his Master’s lesson of unconditional love and forgiveness, helping to write the first pages of the Christian story. This pivotal event is represented on the front cover photo. And now this historic route is shaking off centuries of slumber and ready to play its part again in the great flowering of human imagination and consciousness ...so like a latter day Rip Van Winkle we rise to dust off our boots and join the merry band of pilgrims making their way up through the welcoming beauty and peace of Northern Portugal to the city of St. James in neighbouring Galicia. Journey well, buen viaje, boa viagem!