Camino Aragonés from Oloron Ste. Marie to Puente la Reina - overview NOTE TO TRANSLATORS: this page consists of 4 pictures from each of the numbered pages, so all the capitions will have been translated already on those pages.
Day 1 - Oloron Ste. Marie to Bedous

The cathedral

Distant view of the Pyrenees

The medieval pilgrim bridge at Eysus

The main square of Sarrance outside the monastery

The path follows the River Aspe


Day 2 - Bedous to Somport on the Spanish border

Jouers








Nearly at the top
Day 3 - Somport to Jaca

Just after dawn

The disused and deserted international station at Canfranc



Castillo de Jaca, a lovely medieval village
Day 4 - Jace to Arres

Calle Mayor at dawn

The winding road up to San Juan de la Pena

Approaching Arrés

Courtyard of the excellent refugio
Day 5 - Arres to Artieda

The camino winding through a very varied landscape

The café at Artieda (with the refugio above it)

Street scene

and the view from the belfy of the route to come
Day 6 - Artieda to Sanguesa

and very nice shaded walking

The castle of Ruesta, a deserted village

with crumbling houses

Well preserved section of Roman road near Undués de Lerda

Main street of Undués de Lerda

The boundary stone of the province of Navarra
Day 6 - Sanguesa to Monreal

The Vallesantoro mansion in Sanguesa

Doorway of the church of Santiago

Doorway of Santa Maria el Real

The fountain of San Francisco at Rocaforte

Well-marked turn of the Camino off the farm track

The pelota court at Izco with the entrance to the refugio on the right

First view of Monreal

Street scene
Day 8 - Monreal to Eunate

The path clings to the side of a range of hills

Ultreya! - (the cry of pilgrims encouraging each other to keep going)

Welcome parts through woodland shade

An appropriate message from the author for the ending of the Camino Aragonés

The magically beutiful church of Eunate, only 3 km from the junction with the Camino Francés

Interior
At Puente La Reina, the Camino Aragonés joins up with the Camino Fr.ancés. At this point, there is only another 683 km. from Santaigo de Compostela.


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