The Cathedral of Santa María la Real de Pamplona will be tomorrow, Saturday, February 8, the framework of the presentation of the Navarre section of the Camino de la Vera Cruz, which joins the Regional Community with the Region of Murcia, having as final destination the Royal Basilica of the Blessed and Vera Cruz de Caravaca.
The 'El Camino de la Cruz' project will be presented by the Minister of Tourism, Youth and Sports of the Region of Murcia;
Cristina Sánchez, accompanied by the mayor of Caravaca de la Cruz, José Francisco García.
The mayor of Pamplona, â€‹â€‹Enrique Maya, will hold a previous meeting with José Francisco García and Cristina Sánchez at the Consistorio pamplonica and has also confirmed his participation in the presentation ceremony.
They will also show their support for the project more than 20 mayors and councilors of the municipalities of Navarra where the route runs, including Artajona, Añorbe, Berbinzana, Cadreita, Cascante, Cintruénigo, Falces, Funes, Larraga, Marcilla, Mendigorria, Milagro, Miranda de Arga, Monteagudo, Murchante, Peralta, Puente la Reina Gares, Ribaforada, Tudela, Tulebras and Villafranca.
The Mayor of Caracas has reiterated his gratitude to the Government Region of Murcia "for leading and re-promoting this project of vital importance to consolidate Caravaca de la Cruz as a permanent pilgrimage destination."
He also stressed "the great response of both the community and the Navarre town councils, which have turned to the initiative, making it theirs and understanding that this historic pilgrimage route is an excellent source of opportunities to unite cities and towns inland Spain and promote their socio-economic development ".
The presentation will also be attended by the president of the Association 'Itineris COMA', Javier Salvat, who is carrying out a study and visibility of the Camino de la Vera Cruz as it passes through Navarra.
Likewise, other details and objectives of the project will be presented by the head of religious tourism of the Tourism Institute of the Region of Murcia, Pilar Valdés;
the director of the technical team responsible for road signs, Lázaro Giménez, and the historian, archaeologist and researcher Salvador Ramírez.
The Camino de la Cruz, with 900 kilometers, joins territories of Spain from north to south. Part of the Navarre town Puente la Reina, and runs through five autonomous communities Navarra, Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha, Valencian Community and Region of Murcia- and 82 municipalities until reaching the jubilee city of Caravaca de la Cruz.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz