The Camino de Santiago de la Costa crosses Gijón and offers pilgrims a unique experience on their journey to Galicia.
since medieval times
The northern Camino de Santiago has been active since medieval times, when the King of Asturias, Alfonso II, spread the discovery of the apostle's tomb throughout Europe. The first pilgrims retraced the same Roman roads that crossed from East to West.
Several testimonies have come down to our time highlighting the greatness of the road and the mixture of nature away from crowds.
Map of the Camino de Santiago de la Costa
Asturias airport is located 42 kilometers from the center of Gijón. Find out how to get there quickly.
Commuter, narrow gauge and long-distance trains connect the city with a multitude of daily frequencies.
The ALSA company connects Gijón with hundreds of provincial, national and international destinations.
Gijón is connected by highways and motorways with the rest of the neighboring communities.
The Marina has almost 700 moorings up to 32 meters long and 3.80 meters deep.
The Camino de la Costa runs through the center of the city on its route to Santiago de Compostela.