From Cluny, the mythical Pilgrim's Way to Santiago de Compostela traces its route to Le Puy-en-Velay.

Pilgrimage routes attract walkers in search of sharing and human adventure. For many centuries, pilgrims have crossed Europe on their way to the Holy Land, Santiago de Compostela and Rome, mainly for spiritual reasons, but also more recently for economic reasons, to enjoy the pleasure of walking, landscapes and solitude.

The credential

Pilgrims are welcome to go to the Tourist Office to have their pilgrimage booklet, known as a credential, stamped to validate their stopover.

You can get one directly from the Tourist Office or request one on the website

The 22 km between Cluny and Tramayes, in the south of the Saône-et-Loires, borrow the GR 765. The European markings along the entire route are symbolised by a yellow shell on blue background and white-red markings along the entire GR.

From MaconA 13km link path is signposted as a "ramp" to Cenves.


To best prepare the stages of your itineraryThe Tourist Office has several guides dedicated to Santiago de Compostela.

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