The Province of Burgos is the centerpiece of the path traced by the Road to Santiago on the Iberian Peninsula. The strategic geographic placement of the Province of Burgos made it an essential transit area for millions of European pilgrims who made their way from their home countries towards the Tomb of Santiago the Apostle. Over its course through Burgos, you will find an impressive collection of cultural landmarks that have been named as a World Heritage Site.

Along he nearly 114 kilometers that cross its territory, its principal points of interest include Redecilla del Camino, Belorado, Villafranca Montes de Oca, San Juan de Ortega, the city of Burgos, San Antón and Castrogeriz.