Mozarabic Route of the Camino de Santiago
Mozarabic Route of the Camino de Santiago

Explore the Mozarabic Way, used by Christians living in the Arab kingdoms to connect with the Silver Route to Santiago de Compostela, and considered one of the oldest routes of the Way of St. James.

The itinerary, followed from all the territories of Al-Andalus, followed the Roman roads and converged in Cordoba to continue from there to Merida. In addition, in front of the Hotel Catedral Almería you will find the popular shell of the route. And of course, if you stay at our hotel we can stamp your Pilgrim's Credential.

Almeria - Santa Fe de Mondújar
Santa Fe de Mondujar - Albolduy
Albolduy - Abla
Abla - Huéneja


Active and nature tourism