The pilgrim’s way to Santiago de Compostella

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

Chemin Saint Jacques de Compostelle - Cluny
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.

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.

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

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