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The Arles Way (French: La voie d'Arles or Chemin d'Arles) in southern France, named after that principal cathedral city goes through Montpellier, Toulouse and Oloron-Sainte-Marie before reaching the Spanish border at Col du Somport in the high Pyrenees. It is also called the Via Tolosana, a name that follows the Latin convention of the other French routes, because it passes through Toulouse, a notable pilgrimage destination in its own right. After passing the Pyrenees it is referred to as the Aragonese Way. It is the only French route not to connect to the Camino Francés at Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. After taking its Aragonese name, it joins the Camino Francés at Puente la Reina.

Toulouse, Basilique Saint Sernin

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Toulouse, Basilique Saint Sernin

Toulouse, Hôtel Dieu Saint Jacques

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Created 3-Sep-14
Modified 3-Sep-14
Toulouse, Hôtel Dieu Saint Jacques

Auch, Cathédrale Sainte Marie

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Created 3-Sep-14
Modified 3-Sep-14
Auch, Cathédrale Sainte Marie

Oloron, Eglise Sainte Marie Oloron

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Created 3-Sep-14
Modified 3-Sep-14
Oloron, Eglise Sainte Marie Oloron