Santuario de Guadalupe | Wise Pilgrim Guidebooks for the Camino de Santiago
4.40km → Santuario de Guadalupe → Pasajes de San Juan
To Santiago: 
830.60
Altitude: 
195

The Santuario is maintained by an Italian fraternity and the hours are limited; if you spot an open door duck in.

It was built in the 16th century and is home to the Black Virgen that was discovered on this hillside by two children. It also displays some high flying ships, a reminder to the faithful that the virgin provides safe harbor to the men who work the seas.

Fiesta: 
La Virgen de Guadalupe is celebrated on September 8th.
The Road: 

The way from the Santuario splits into three, one road and two trails. There is a sign and a map illustrating the differences. The official camino follows a trail just to the south of the ridge line, while an alternative known as the Purgatorio Route follows along the ridge line...

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