Jacobsweg Amstelredam


  1. Name Jacobsweg Amstelredam
  2. Distancia de sendero 385 km, 239 millas
  3. Duración en días 16 días
  4. Inicio de sendero Den Oever
  5. Fin de sendero Roermond
  6. Clasificación Traildino LW, Paseo ligero, paseo en entorno campestre

Jacobsweg Amstelredam

Jacobsweg Amstelredam, den Oever - Haarlem - Amsterdam - Roermond, 385 km, 16 days

The Dutch Confraternity of Saint James reconstructed this important route for pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela. This Way of Saint James starts in the northwest of the country and crosses it diagonally to the southeast where it connects to the Via Mosana to Vézelay. It visits Haarlem, Amsterdam, Utrecht, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, cities with important cathedrals / churches.

This Jacobsweg Amstelredam is an alternative for the much longer and waymarked Pelgrimspad, a long distance trail maintained by Wandelnet. The main difference is that the Pelgrimspad is exploring the countryside, whereas the Jacobsweg Amstelredam finds the shortest connection between important places connected to the worship of Saint James.

The Jacobsweg Amstelredam ends in Roermond, where you have to continue on the Jacobspad Limburg to Maastricht / Visé and then the Via Mosana. Alternatively, it is possible to leave the Jacobsweg Amstelredam in the white village of Thorn and turn into Belgium on the Via Limburgica. Both itineraries will come together in Belgium and continue to Vézelay, Via Lemovicensis.

Visit Traildino's overview page for the Way of Saint James / Camino de Santiago.


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