Le Puy Route - Camino de Santiago posted: 2014-02-02 08:28:00
Le Puy Route
Le Puy Route, or the old Via Podensis, is one of the four main pilgrimage routes through France. It joins the routes from Paris and Vézelay on the French side of the Pyrenees. On Section 4 of Le Puy Route, the Camino goes from beautiful Cahors to charming Lectoure and crosses both the Lot and Garonne Valleys. The green round hills of the area add to a rich historical heritage make this leg of the Camino a beautiful walking holiday for anybody seeking both natural and cultural sites.
And with numerous medieval buildings at almost every stopover, the region has plenty to offer to modern pilgrims. As most walks are less than 23 kilometres per day, and with a gently undulated terrain, anybody with an average level of fitness can walk these 123 kilometres!
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