Who is it? Where does it come from? How long have you been on pilgrimage? It's because? These are questions that pass through the minds of those who observe the pilgrims passing from the ninth century, after the discovery of the tomb of the Apostle James.
Since that time, there have been thousands who have gone to Santiago de Compostela and the questions remain current, with equal spiritual depth, although the way to reach the answer is very personal.
The Portuguese St. James Way, starting in Lisbon or Porto, follows Barcelos, Ponte de Lima, Paredes de Coura and Valença. It can also be started in Braga or along the coast, for those who enjoy the sea.