Way of Compostela
Since the 9th century, pilgrims have taken one of the four routes crossing the Centre-Val de Loire region and leading to Santiago de Compostela.
Called Via Turonensis or Chemin de Tours, the city where the tomb of Saint-Martin, evangelizer of Gaul in the 4th century, is venerated, is the oldest route.
It leaves from Paris, passes through Chartres-Vendôme or Orléans-Blois, Tours, Poitiers, Saint-Jean- d’Angély, Saintes, Bordeaux, Saint-Palais… namely 1743 km to Compostela.
The road to Santiago de Compostela attracts many hikers and pilgrims every year in search of themselves and spirituality.
The Parc de La Chesnaie, 45 minutes from Orléans, offers courageous pilgrims the opportunity to receive them for a restful and comfortable stopover.Consult more information here on the Chemin de Tours.
BOOK YOUR STAY NEAR WAY OF COMPOSTELA
The Parc de La Chesnaie, residential leisure park, welcomes you for a short or long stay. Book now your outdoor accommodation in Autruy-sur-Juine near Orélans and Paris. Contact the park by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 02 38 39 39 39 for more information and availability.