St. James’s Way

The St. James’s Way to what is reputed to be the apostle James’s grave in Santiago de Compostela has existed since the early part of the 11th century and was once the main traffic artery of northern Spain. Today there is a wide network of pathways through half of Europe. And each offers a very different kind of experience. We want to tempt you here through west Styria to the north of Slovenia. The path leads from Thal near Graz to Soboth and can be followed on from there all the way to its final destination, the magical city of Marburg. Wherever our legs carry us – it is a path of contemplation, of being at one with nature and renewing strengths we had long forgotten about.

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