A book of maps of the pilgrim routes through Spain
The maps are based on the cartography created by Elias Valifla Sampedro (1929-1989), who was parish priest of 0 Cebreiro and Doctor of (of Law of the University of Salamanca Scholar and an expert on Compostelan studies, he was awarded the 'Antonia de Nebrija' Prize (1967) for his thesis 'Li (amino We Santiago, [studio historicojuridico' (Madrid 1971) and the 'JosC' Maria Cuadrado' Prize (1986) for the Catilogo de los archivos parroquiales de Ia didcesis de Lugo '(Lugo 1991).
In 1984 he began the marking of the Camino with yellow arrows from the French border to Santiago de Compostela. He dedicated his efforts to the revitalisation of the Jacobean routes and to the promotion of the Asociaciones de Amigos, activities which culminated in the first International Congress at Jaca (1987).
His posthumously published work TI (amino We Santiago, Gula del Peregrino a Compostela' has been translated into the principal European languages and available as The Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino de Santiago and is translated from the Spanish by Dennet .
Note this is not a current guide those wishing to walk the Camino in the present day should use a modern guide such as Village to Village Guide To The Camino Santiago