Today you can travel through time and learn about the history of St. Vincent Martyr following a beautiful path with your own feet. The saint was imprisoned by the Romans during the fourth century in Aragon and was transferred to Valencia to suffer martyrdom due to his refusal to renounce the faith of God. His history and condemnation were passed from generation to generation creating a flow of pilgrimages from all over Europe to Valencia to visit the remains of the martyr.
The Via Vicentius Valentiae association has recovered the path that San Vicente Mártir made from Huesca to Traiguera in the province of Castellón. It is a road of about 750 kilometers that crosses areas of natural and cultural charm. In an area that tends to be forgotten by hikers and undoubtedly the proposal offers an interesting opportunity to discover new territories of the peninsula.
On the official page comes the well detailed layout with maps, profiles and extensive historical and cultural information of the places it travels. It also has some free reception sites for pilgrims.
Truly, contemplating the page you can see that this project has been carried out with a dedication and special effort taking care of all the details. Hopefully it has the success it deserves.
Official Site, St. Vincent Martyr Way