Picos de Europa and Our Lady of Covadonga in Cantabria (Spain)

The Picos de Europa («Peaks of Europe», also the Picos) are a mountain range extending for about 20 km, forming part of the Cantabrian Mountains in northern Spain. The range is situated in the Autonomous Communities of Asturias, Cantabria and Castile and León. The highest peak is Torre de Cerredo, at an elevation of 2650

The Jacobean Route.(Part I) The Primitive Way

Camino de Santiago is the denomination that has a series of Christian pilgrimage routes of medieval origin that go to the tomb of the Apostle Santiago el Mayor, located in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain).In a stricter sense, it has historically been known as «Camino de Santiago» (today called «Camino de Santiago

Santillana del Mar and the Caves of Cantabria

Santillana del Mar is a tiny town with old palaces and cobbled alleys. It is located on the Cantabrica cornice, in northern Spain. It is popularly known with the nickname of the town of the three lies, since according to the popular saying «it is not holy (Sant), nor flat (Llana), nor has a sea