Where to get a stamp

  • You can obtain the credential and apply for the Andariega in the Visitor’s Centre.  (Avenida de Madrid 37. C.P.: 05001 Ávila).
  • Starting point: Plaza de la Santa.  
  • Follow the wall to the Adaja bridge and the Four Posts. Once you are there, you will see yellow arrows from the Camino de Santiago, which shares path with the Teresian Route.


For pilgrims

Food and drinks

Where to eat/ buy food and drinks

  • Plenty of restaurants and bars. 
  • Supermarkets, shops. 


Discover what to visit

  • Avila’s Wall
  • San Vicente Basilica
  • Avila’s Cathedral
  • Santa Teresa’s Church and birthplace
  • Cuatro Postes  (The Four Posts)
  • Chico Square Market
  • San Pedro’s Church

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About Ávila

It’s impossible to highlight all monuments and places to visit in Ávila but, a pilgrim shouldn’t miss:

The Convent of the Incarnation , where Teresa lived half of her life;  St Josephs’s Monastery, where she started the Carmel reform); and the Convent of Santa Teresa, church and convent built on the site of the house where Teresa was born.

Don’t forget to visit the Medieval Wall and the Four Posts, where Teresa was stopped by her uncle while she was trying to leave for muslims lands to convert their people to Catholicism.