Then you get to Azofra, a village of Arab origin whose houses are built on the sides of the main street, which is the Camino de Santiago.
A little later, pilgrims can be diverted to the monastery of "SAN MILLAN OF COGOYA" which is considered the place where the Spanish language was born.
You can also visit the monasteries of "Suso" and "YUSO". We recommend looking for information on the days that are not open to visitors.
Then, through grain fields, continue to the end of the stage in "Santo Domingo de la Calzada".