Signposted and using paths for green modes of transport, the paths in Brittany that head to Santiago de Compostela are punctuated with remarkable natural and religious heritage – abbeys, chapels and Calvary crosses mark the journey… The Breton Association of the Friends of Santiago de Compostela has undertaken vast work to bring these pilgrimage paths to Galicia back to life and 1,500 km of paths now cross the region. You will have the choice of five starting points: Pointe Saint-Mathieu, Moguériec, Locquirec, Beauport abbey and Mont-Saint-Michel. These are provided as a guide; you can of course join the routes at other points.
Walks, heritage and spirituality: here are three notions that go well together in Brittany, a land of plenitude and religious wealth, with multiple emblematic routes heading to Santiago de Compostela and elsewhere. The ways of Saint James, Mont Saint-Michel or Tro Breizh are options for unwinding, recharging and walking. There are paths that change you. What if you found yours in Brittany?