Bridges of the Camino de Santiago

Roman bridge onthe Camino de Santiago at Molinaseca El Bierzo

As the Camino Francés winds its way through northern Spain, much of the landscape can appear sunny, hot and dry. In reality, Spain is a land of many rivers. Over the centuries, many bridges were built to span the water. It is said that water signifies your emotions in the dream state. Through the course of your camino, there will be many bridges to cross in both a literal and figurative sense. Take a moment as you pass over these structures to reflect on the countless feet that have trod safely across the water with the help of that bridge. This will be the first in a series of posts about the bridges to be found along the Camino Francés.