Namur municipalities suscribes the Charter of the Saint James Way
2017 marks the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the recognition of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela as the first European Cultural Route. A European Cultural Route (ICE) is a label awarded by the Council of Europe to routes recognized as important for heritage and cultural integration within Europe.
As part of this commemorative year, the Namur Province Tourism Federation, one of the members of the European Federation of Roads of Santiago de Compostela and representative of Belgium, offers a “Charter of the Roads of Santiago de Compostela” to municipalities , tour operators, … who commit to unite their efforts to make the jacquaire Namur route a point of reference in terms of economic, social, cultural and tourist development.
In 2017, 14 municipalities subscribed to the Charter
Andenne – Beauraing -Couvin – Dinant – Doische – Floreffe – Gedinne – Hastière – Houyet – Namur – Profondeville – Viroinval – Vresse – Yvoir