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The Lebaniego Way, or Camino Lebaniego, is an alternative walk of the Camino de Santiago.
Same as the Northern Way, the walk passes through some of the northern part of Spain. But in this case, the walk is focused in Cantabria.
Santander, Comillas, San Vicente de la Barquera or Liébana (that is where the name of the route comes from) are some of the spots on the way. The route is overlapped by the Northern Way in some stretches.
Santo Toribio is the last stop of the walk. Pilgrims looking to continue to Santiago de Compostela, can take the Vadiniense Way (ruta Vadiniense). This route connects the Lebaniego Way and the French Way.
The Camino Lebaniego has its own Pilgrim Certificate, that is called “la Lebaniega”.