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VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km

 

Itinerary

You will leave from Sevilla city centre, from Asunción Cathedral via Constitución Avenue and the streets of García de Vinuesa, Jimios, Zaragoza, Reyes Católicos and crossing Triana Bridge. Continue on the streets of San Jorge and Castilla to the end.

After passing by Cachorro Chapel, you will go down some stairs to cross Huelva highway and get to the roundabout, which you will border to take a path towards a parking area.

After crossing a pedestrian bridge over the river Guadalquivir, you will continue straight on to Camas or you can turn right and walk parallel to the river, passing by Cortijo de Cambogaz and under the railroad, to get to Santiponce, leaving Camas to the left if take this shortcut.

The Tower of San Isidoro del Campo Monastery is the reference point for the pilgrim to see. The town can be crossed via its main street, ending in Itálica, a Roman community founded by Escipión in 200 B.C. The way goes on leaving Itálica ruins to the left and gets to a roundabout, where you will turn right crossing the N-630 and heading towards La Albaga, 400 m ahead.

The way goes on next to the old Cala railway. A few km ahead, after crossing Los Molinos Stream, you will get to Rivera de Huelva riverbed and soon will see orange tree fields that give access to Guillena, where you will finish this first stage.  

SEVILLA:

Altitude: 7 m

Distance from Guillena: 22,2 km

Two itineraries with the name of Silver Route, going from south to north, depart from here. One is the Silver Route as Roman and commercial itinerary and the other is the route used by the pilgrims to get to Santiago de Compostela. This city, the capital of Andalucía, is one of the most beautiful in all Europe and holds many legends such as that one telling Hercules himself founded it. It has a great importance during the Roman Empire and also in Visigoth times, and it had a notable growth under Al-Andalus power. After the Reconquest, the Catholic Monarchs brought all kind of conforts and priviligies to Sevilla, and trade transformed it into a really interesting city for business.

There are tons of buildings and monuments that deserve a visit around the city. Nowadays, it is one of the most important cities in Spain.

What can you visit?

The Cathedral, Reales Alcázares, Torre del Oro, Plaza de España, Palacio Arzobispal, María Luisa Park and the popular boroughs of Triana and Santa Cruz.

You can get more information in the Tourist Offices:

·         Avda. De la Constitución, 21 B, 954 22 14 04

·         Plaza San Francisco, 19, 954 23 44 65

Website: www.turismosevilla.org

Asociación de Amigos del Camino de Santiago

Vía de la Plata

GUILLENA

Altitude: 28 m.

Distance to Castilblanco de los Arroyos: 19 km.

This village has an historical development that goes from the Prehistory to the Middle Ages, but it is during the Arab occupation when it get its strategic significance, as defense place of the access to Sevilla.

What can you visit?

Nuestra Señora de la Granada Church, Nuestra Señora del Rosario Church, the Bull Ring, the Town Hall, Plaza de España and Cortijo Torre de la Reina.

 

External info sources about this route and recommended websites:

 

www.rutasdelsur.es

Asociación Amigos del Camino de Santiago de Sevilla

Turismo Castilla y León

 

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VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
 
VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
 
VP01 Sevilla - Guillena , 22 km
 
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