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Hiking from Foncebadon to Santiago is a shorter alternative for hiking the El Camino en route to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, than the full “Way of St. James” which typically takes about 30 days, depending on the individual. There are many ways to go, but the long way begins in Southern France and goes all the way to the west coast of Spain at Cape Finisterre, also known in ancient times as “the end of the world”.
This is a very beautiful video capturing the spirit of the people taking this shorter route.
For contrast in distance, from the shorter route in the video, here is a map of the longer “Way of St. James” that starts in Southern France: