Left Villadangos del Páramo for the village of San Martín del Camino.
San Martín del Camino is a really small village in the province of León, it has a population of 402 inhabitants. It is a stop on the Pilgrimage of Saint-Jacques de Compostela.
Passed through the San Martín del Camino village and went to the next destination, Hospotal de Orbigo.
Hospital de Órbigo is a municipality located in the province of León. According to the 2010 census, the municipality has a population of 1,031 inhabitants.
Puente del Paso honorable is a medieval bridge of the thirteenth century, built over the river Órbigo.
Rio Orbigo flows from north to south through the province of León and ultimately flows into the Esla River.
St. John Baptist Church is located in the center of Hospital de Orbigo, next to City Hall. It was built in the eighteenth century masonry.
Left the town of Hospotal de Orbigo for a small village of Villares de Orbigo.
Villares de Órbigo is a municipality located in the province of León. According to the 2004 census, the municipality has a population of 858 inhabitants.
Villares de Orbigo is a really small and remote village. There was only one Bar in the village. I did not see any people walking down the street. I got a seal at the Albergue, passed the village and went to the next village of Santibanez de Valdeiglesias village.
Santibanez de Valdeiglesias is a small town on the Camino de Santiago in the province of León. It has a population of 191 inhabitants.
Saint Toribio, Saint Turibius of Astorga (died 460) was an archdeacon of Tui and an early Bishop of Astorga.
In the town of San Justo de la Vega, I walked down the main street (Calle Real) from the east to the west.
San Justo de la Vega is a municipality located in the province of León. The municipality has a population of 2,054 inhabitants. It is located to the northeast of Astorga.
Saints Justus and Pastor (died c. 304) are venerated as Christian martyrs. According to the tradition, they were two schoolboys (Justus was 13 years old, Pastor less than 9) who were killed for their faith during the persecution of Christians by the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
They were flogged and beheaded outside the Spanish city of Alcalá de Henares. They are mentioned by Prudentius (Roman Christian poet).