The Way of St. James in Tyrol, Austria
On the trails of pilgrims
One section of The Way of St. James in Tyrol runs through the Hohe Salve holiday region. Countless pilgrims chose this way to get to the grave of James the Apostle in Santiago de Compostela.
There are 2,000 kilometres between Tyrol and Santiago de Compostela. Numerous pilgrims from all over Europe have taken on this long difficult path to visit the grave of James the Apostle since the Middle Ages. The Way of St. James in Spain was the main route in the High Middle Ages that pilgrims took to Santiago de Compostela where the holy apostle's mortal remains are buried. Today The Way of St. James is experiencing an unexpected renaisssance.
The Way of St. James in Tyrol
Art works made of stone, written documents, coats of arms and village names are testament to the constant stream of pilgrims. The history of The Way of St. James is also part of Tyrol's history. Set off on the trail of the pilgrims and walk The Way of St. James in Tyrol. Follow your desire to explore and lace up your hiking boots.
The Way of St. James:step by step self-discovery
The Way of St. James is the right means for anyone looking for inner peace, wanting to free themselves and immerse themselves in nature to find themselves. Physical exercise, peace and quiet and unspoilt nature are combined into an inspiring experience. When you return to Hotel Mariasteinerhof in the evening happy, exhausted and balanced, you can look forward to fortifying yourself in the cosy parlour rooms of your four-star hotel and a relaxing sleep.
The Way of St. James runs through the Hohe Salve holiday region where your holiday hotel the Mariasteinerhof is situated. Send a no-obligation enquiry to your hosts at the Mariasteinerhof today and look forward to an inspiring hike on The Way of St. James.