Back to top
You are in: HOME · SAN MARTÍN DEL CAMINO (LEÓN)

Did you know that... San Martín del Camino

 

It is located in the high moor of Leon, in a land where poplars abound in which the rooks, small corvids, take advantage to make their nest. The foundation of San Martín del Camino is possibly due to frank pilgrims, since its name, San Martín, bishop saint and patron saint of France who has many references throughout the French Way, and his nickname of the Way, testify so. The village is referenced in writings found on a donation by King Alfonso XI back in the early 13th century. It is also known that it had a pilgrims' hospital, founded in the late 17th century and which disappeared when the disentailment took place. At present San Martín del Camino is a district of the Santa Marina del Rey Town Hall.

San Martín del Camino

To discover What to see in San Martín del Camino?

 

A characteristic feature of San Martín del Camino is its water reservoir, which stands out on the horizon in the form of a lollipop. Its parish church was rebuilt in the 20th century and is called San Martín. At the entrance to the church, a stone with an inscribed date of 1,643 seems to belong to the old temple. In a small square in front of the church atrium there is a beautiful transept.

 

Advertisement

 

Festivities

 

San Martín del Camino celebrates its patron saint festivities on 11 November in honour of San Martín and in September it celebrates Christ.​

Parish Church of San Martín in San Martín del Camino

Curiosities

 

The pilgrims' hospital that San Martin del Camino had, was dedicated to attend pilgrims and poor passers-by and offered them in addition to beds, four of which were for men, one for women and another for priests, fire, bread and butter.

 

 


Ico actividadesIco restauranteIco alojamientos

 

 

MAYBE YOU'RE LOOKING FOR...

 

 

Advertisement

Get to San Martín del Camino by car

 

San Martín del Camino crossed by the N-120, is located between León and Astorga, this same road connects with the nearby towns of Hospital de Orbigo and Villadangos del Páramo.

 

By bus

 

San Martín del Camino has a daily bus service which, at different times, connects you with León and Astorga.

 

 

 


SENDITUR is not responsible for any variation in the information described, as well as for the misuse of its guides and recommends that everyone be responsible and prudent in carrying out the activity. Likewise, we invite you to document yourself with books and specialized guides to complement the information described. From the commitment of SENDITUR with Nature and the respect to the balance of the environment, SENDITUR urges you to travel in a responsible way, with low environmental impact and respecting at all times the Natural, Cultural and Social environment wherever you go. For any suggestion, SENDITUR invites you to send an email to .

Share your experience

Maximum size 2MB

*.gpx, *.kmz, *.kml, *.plt

List of Routes
  • Closeness
  • First name
  • Difficulty
  • Distance
  • Duration
  • Assessment
WAY OF SAINT JAMES
1
Difficulty-Remarkable

8:20 h.35.7 km.

Stage 19 Hospital de Órbigo-Rabanal del Camino
Difficulty-RemarkableRed difficulty category, level 2. Stages with large slopes or important distances, which require good physical preparation.
WAY OF SAINT JAMES
0
Difficulty-Moderate

5:55 h.27.8 km.

Stage 18b Variant of Villar de Mazarife
Difficulty-ModerateRed Difficult Category, level 1. More demanding stages, either because they are longer, with greater unevenness or present some particular difficulty.
WAY OF SAINT JAMES
0
Difficulty-Moderate

6:45 h.32.1 km.

Stage 18 León-Hospital de Órbigo
Difficulty-ModerateRed difficulty category, level 1. More demanding stages, either because they are longer, more steep or have a specific difficulty.
WAY OF SAINT JAMES
0
Difficulty-Medium

5:40 h.24.8 km.

Stage 17 Reliegos-Leon
Difficulty-MediumGreen difficulty category, level 3. Stages of moderate distance and slope, not overcoming great distances or slopes.
Royal Collegiate Church of San Isidoro
León, León
Royal Collegiate Church of San Isidoro

Sistine Chapel of Romanesque Art, palatine temple of the kings Fernando I and doña Sancha

See restaurants in San Martín del Camino
San Martín del Camino, León
See restaurants in San Martín del Camino

San Martín del Camino, León

See accommodation in San Martín del Camino
San Martín del Camino, León
See accommodation in San Martín del Camino

San Martín del Camino, León

See things to do in San Martín del Camino
San Martín del Camino, León
See things to do in San Martín del Camino

San Martín del Camino, León

Continue watching …

Copyright © 2021 SENDITUR