The pilgrim’s way to Santiago de Compostella

Cluny is an important step in the road to Santiago de Compostella


One of the great hiking path pilgrimage, which goes to Compostela in Spain, begins at Cluny to rejoin Le Puy-en-Velay (Haute-Loire).

The 22 km between Cluny and Tramayes, south of the Saône-et-Loire, borrow the GR 76; the route then continues into the Rhone on the GR 3. The European markup on the entire route is symbolized by a yellow shell on a blue background. The guide Chamina Editions (Reference 207) is on sale in bookstores and in some tourist offices in Saône-et-Loire.

New: a marked trail linking of 13 km from the TGV station Mâcon-Loché joined Cenves (Rhône) before joining the classic way Cluny / Le Puy-en-Velay / Compostela.

The Orange Guide"Les chemins de St Jacques de Cluny au Puy en Velay" is on sale at the Tourist Office.

Pilgrims can come to stamp their credential at the Tourist Office to validate their step.

More information on the site Chemins de St Jacques de Compostelle