The Cathedrals way begins at Mont Saint-Michel, a gathering place and departure point for Compostela pilgrims, a point of arrival for miquelots. To go to Compostela, this pilgrimage route allows pilgrims to join the Way of Vézelay or the Way of Tours via Chartres or Orléans. It links two mythical sanctuaries from the medieval world and two masterpieces of medieval architecture, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It crosses Beauce and Normandy following the pilgrims of past centuries.

This path crosses two departments of the Centre-Val de Loire region, Eure-et-Loir (28) and Loiret (45).

Before arriving in the Centre-Val de Loire region, pilgrims take the pilgrimage routes to Compostela or Mont Saint-Michel in the Normandy region developed and maintained, in particular, by the Les Chemins du Mont Saint-Michel association.

Itineraries, services and accommodation suggested in the Centre-Val de Loire region

 

 

Our itineraries are provided for information only. They are updated regularly but modifications not known to us may have been made for technical, climatic or practical reasons by the various actors of the Way. Please excuse us for the inconvenience encountered and contact us if you notice any changes, errors or lack of markup, improvements to be made.

 

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