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Camino del Puerta del Sagunto a Burgos


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A new book details the historic route from Sagunto (on the east coast of Spain) to Burgos

The writer Luis Miguel Bona presented his work "Road to Santiago, Puerto de Sagunto to Burgos" to Delegates of Culture and Tourism. According to the author, the book is a comprehensive guide that takes the path of a route of the Camino de Santiago, between our Sagunto and Burgos. Specifically, the initiative seeks to recover the ancient route that the pilgrims made ​​after the Reconquista, starting right here in this county.
The work describes a long journey of 538 kilometers and to ensure traceability, provides specific details of the entrances to villages, so that pilgrims can know their culture and traditions.
In this regard, the delegate of Tourism, Ximo Catalan, stated that "the way of Santiago in medieval times was a factor of wealth for all people wherever they went, and that encouraged trade among the pilgrims. And yet, wherever he goes still leaves a trail of wealth. That is why studies are so important to Luis Miguel Bona, who has decided to write this book detailing the route from our Sagunto and that is another reason to know the town. As a pilgrim, I am very proud to be born a path from here. "
Luis Miguel Bona explained that this route recovered "after traveling many ways". Among them, he quoted this itinerary to coincide with medieval tracks, highways and national current 234, the main shaft, Bona noted. Within the route, highlight some popular tracks like "Via Verde de Ojos Negros."
It is important in this work the great work exhaustive research and documentation that Bona has held for 18 months, a time that has helped him find historical, geographical, plans, maps ... He declares himself a lover of the Camino de Santiago and the Xacobeo, hence much of the information in the book take her by collecting since 1993.
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Clearing out some books before my move to the new office in a few weeks.

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