Camino Maps

Connection by Panticosa

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Camino Maps allows you to view the pathway, localities, lodgings and other points of interest of the 20 currently available Routes to Santiago on a map. You can also download a kml file for Google Earth with the same content.

This page was created on February 22th 2007. So far, it has been used 528,896 times by Godesalco.com visitors.

Please, select a route by clicking on the links below.

Camino de SantiagoSaint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Santiago de Compostela
Camino del NorteBayonne to Santiago de Compostela
Camino PrimitivoOviedo to Santiago de Compostela
Connection by Pola de SieroCasquita to Oviedo
Camino OlvidadoBilbao to Cacabelos
Vía de la PlataSevilla to Santiago de Compostela
Camino PortuguésLisboa to Santiago de Compostela
Camino de FinisterreSantiago de Compostela to Cabo de Finisterre
Camino AragonésSomport to Puente la Reina
Camino del BaztánBayonne to Pamplona
Chemin d'ArlesArles to Somport
Chemin du PuyLe Puy-en-Velay to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
Chemin du PiémontCarcassonne to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
Connection by GavarnieLourdes to Jaca
Connection by PanticosaLourdes to Jaca
Chemin de VézelayVézelay to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
Chemin de ToursParis to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
Connection by PeyrehoradeCagnotte to Bayonne
Connection by GR-10Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Irún
Northern Way of Saint FrancisLa Verna to Assisi

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    R: Lodging in parishes, convents or religious communities.

    G: Gîte d'etape or centre d'accueil.

    M: Guest rooms.

    H: Hotel.

    C: Campsite.

    O: Shelter.

    A: Public, non-profit or private pilgrim-oriented hostel.

    J: Youth hostel or student residence.

    FR: Off-route.

Download a Google Earth file

Click on the link below to automatically generate a Google Earth file of the Connection by Panticosa ready to be saved to your computer. Terms of use apply in order to ensure a fair use of it.

This file contains 76 marks of cities, towns, villages and other points of interest, along with the lodgings and the path of the whole route, generated from a series of 6,060 trackpoints (that's an average of 1 point every 21 metres).

The data set has been last updated on 4 October 2021, and is dinamically retrieved from Godesalco.com's database server every time you open the file. This way, you don't need to come back and check for updates.

Kml file for Google EarthDownload