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The Way of St. James

The Way of St. James

Tandem is proud to witness pilgrims of numerous different nationalities passing through the winery’s own land

The Way of St. James

Tandem is proud to witness pilgrims of numerous different nationalities passing through the winery’s own land.
 The Way of St. James was the most important pilgrim route of medieval Europe. It is marked out by hermitages, churches and monasteries.
 The road to Santiago de Compostela has gained its prestige in our times thanks to its great spiritual importance. In 1993 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The French Way enters Spain via Roncesvalles and is undoubtedly the Way par excellence.
 Tandem lies on the fourth stage of the French Way, at a distance of 80 km from Roncesvalles and 758 from Santiago de Compostela. A pilgrim on foot will have a journey of about 28 days ahead on leaving the winery.
 Today, over 50,000 people cross the winery on their own particular Way. It is our pride and privilege to have become a landmark on the Way..