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The Bidasoa valley is on the “coastal route” of The Way of St. James and many pilgrims pass through here en route to Santiago de Compostela.
Historians agree that this route is one of the oldest. In the past it was also considered one of the safest since it meant people could avoid crossing Navarre, at that time under Moorish rule.
This route follows the Cantabrian coast and crosses first Guipuzkoa and then Bizkaia. It then continues through Cantabria, heading towards Galicia.
The famous scallop shell marking the Way of St James is on Santiago Bridge which connects Hendaye to Irun.