BURGOS PRINCIPAL THEATER

Venue for the contemporary and

urban dance competition

The Principal theater of Burgos is an Elizabethan-era building located at the beginning of the Paseo del Espolón, next to the palace of the Provincial Council.

BURGOS LLANA DE AFUERA

Competition venue

‘Dancing with Stones’

The Llana de Afuera is a square located on the east facade of the Cathedral of Santa María de Burgos, next to the Chapel of the Constables.

BILBAO GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Bilbao

Bilbao is one of the cities on the Camino de Santiago del Norte. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao offers its Atrium hall as the last stage of the competition 'Dance on Camino de Santiago’.

SAN MARTIÑO PINARIO SQUARE OF

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Santiago de Compostela

The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is a symbol of the Camino de Santiago, as it is the final destination of the pilgrims who travel the various pilgrimage routes. 

SAN MARCELO SQUARE OF LEÓN

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in León city 

The protocol of the Camino has always required a stop in front of the Cathedral of Santa María de Regla de León.

SAN MEDEL, BURGOS

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Burgos

The Camino de Santiago crosses the province of Burgos from east to west. Its strategic location made it an obligatory stop for millions of European and Spanish pilgrims.

SAN JUAN CHURCH OF CASTROJERIZ, BURGOS

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Burgos

The Camino de Santiago crosses the province of Burgos from east to west. Its strategic location made it an obligatory stop for millions of European and Spanish pilgrims.

SAN MARTÍN DE TOURS CHURCH OF FROMISTA, PALENCIA

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Palencia

The Camino de Santiago or French Way, crosses the province of Palencia from east to west, almost through the geographical center of it.

SAN ZOILO MONASTERY OF CARRIÓN DE LOS CONDES, PALENCIA

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Palencia

The Camino de Santiago or French Way, crosses the province of Palencia from east to west, almost through the geographical center of it.

SANTA MARÍA LA BLANCA CHURCH SQUARE OF VILLALCAZAR DE SIRGA, PALENCIA

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Palencia

The Camino de Santiago or French Way, crosses the province of Palencia from east to west, almost through the geographical center of it.

SAN BENITO MONASTERY RUINS OF SAHAGÚN, LEÓN

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in León 

The Camino de Santiago has a special significance for the province of León, not in vain more than 200 kilometers of the Jacobean Route pass through León.

EDUARDO CASTRO SQUARE OF ASTORGA, LEÓN

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in León 

The Camino de Santiago has a special significance for the province of León, not in vain more than 200 kilometers of the Jacobean Route pass through León.

SAN NICOLÁS CHURCH STAIRCASE OF VILLAFRANCA DEL BIERZO, LEÓN

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in León

The Camino de Santiago has a special significance for the province of León, not in vain more than 200 kilometers of the Jacobean Route pass through León.

CHURCH SQUARE OF PORTOMARÍN, LUGO

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Lugo

El Camino de Santiago desde Lugo te permite cubrir los últimos 100 km del Camino Primitivo, la ruta que sigue los pasos de Alfonso II, el rey peregrino que llegó al sepulcro de Santiago cuando aún no existían ni la ciudad ni la catedral

RAILWAY TRENCH OF THE ATAPUERCA SIERRA DE ATAPUERCA DEPOSITS

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Burgos

The Camino de Santiago crosses the province of Burgos from east to west. Its strategic location made it an obligatory stop for millions of European and Spanish pilgrims.

SAN PEDRO CATHEDRAL OF JACA, HUESCA

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Huesca 

The Camino de Santiago, the original French Way, has two entrances in the peninsula, through Roncesvalles and through the Somport pass. The latter takes us through the Aragon Valley.

RAILWAY STATION OF CANFRANC, HUESCA

Venue of ‘Dance on Camino de Santiago‘

competition in Huesca

The Camino de Santiago, the original French Way, has two entrances in the peninsula, through Roncesvalles and through the Somport pass. The latter takes us through the Aragon Valley.

TEAM

DIRECTOR: Alberto Esbébanez

PRODUCTION: Sara Sáiz y Leticia Bernardo

TECHNICAL TEAM: Miguel Tena, Alejandra Miñón y Eva Merchán

DANCE ON CAMINO DE SANTIAGO CONSULTANT: Alfonso Ordóñez

MUSICAL ATMOSPHERE: Samuel Peñas

HOST: Andrea Santamaría

COMMUNICATION: Eduardo Vielba

AUDIOVISUALS: Carlos Herrera

PHOTOGRAPHY: Gerardo Sanz