Camino de Santiago de la Ría de Muros Noia

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26 October Querini reached the port of Muros.
Before continuing his voyage, he decided to make a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela accompanied by some crew members.

“The unfavourable winds kept us at sea, but we still reached the port of Muros on 26 October. Together with thirteen other men, I visited the church of St James (Santiago de Compostela)”

Ría de Muros Noia Today

The Way of St James of the Ría de Muros Noia, (Ría da Estrela), has its origin in the sea.

For centuries, European pilgrims have been coming to our shores, seeking proximity to the tomb of the Apostle.

Historical documents, recalling the pilgrimages of the Crusader knights or Pietro Querini himself, encourage us to continue working to support some of the most beautiful and historically rich paths.

Walking the Muros Noia estuary trail is an enriching experience. If you too have sailed to our shores, you will feel part of an extraordinary history!

The network is composed byConcello de Ames – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Brion – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Lousame – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Noia – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Muros – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Outes – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Porto do Son – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Rois – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela; Concello de Santiago – Associazione Ria de Muros noia – Cammino Santiago di Compostela.

Travel along Via Querinissima

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Useful links

Ría da Estrela: http://www.riadaestrela.com