Saint James’ Way is one of the oldest pilgrimage routes in the world, and for centuries in the Middle Ages, played a fundamental role in the cultural exchange between the Iberian Peninsula and the rest of Europe. Thousands and thousands of pilgrims are attracted to the Way every year, coming from all around the world. Making your way from Sarria, you’ll get in touch with the most rural and deep heartland of Galicia, breathing the pure air of these leafy lands. Once you get to “Monte do Gozo”, in Santiago de Compostela, you will be immediately trapped by the sight of its renowned cathedral, end of the journey, without a doubt, worthy of such an endeavor. This jewel of Romanesque architecture was declared of Cultural Interest in 1896, and in fact, all of Santiago´s downtown was declared by Unesco, a World Heritage Site in 1985.