It is a pilgrimage route once traveled by those who would come from the south of France, like the Italians. This route goes through the Toulousian way and crosses the Pyrenees at the Somport pass – on the border between Spain and France. This pass is nowadays still considered the starting point of the Aragonese Way. It is a 165 km long route, which usually is walked in six stages, passing through fascinating rural areas. Close by Puente la Reina, more specifically at Obanos, you can find an alternative gateway to the French Way.