Gîte d'etape
sur le chemin de st.Jacques
de Compostelle (GR65)
05.65.44.78.53

 
       
   

Golinhac

Golinhac is a French village, located in the department of Aveyron and the Midi-Pyrénées. The inhabitants are called les Golinhacois. The foundations laid by the Romans on a road (Estrada), a village in the eleventh century the Carolingian period, was the site of an Viguerie (jurisdiction of a governor)

At the entrance of the village on the south-east shows a stone cross from the XV century emphasized the close relationship with the pilgrimage of Saint-Jacques on. The image shows a Virgin and Child at the feet of Christ and seated on a barrel is a lapidary, a small pilgrim with a hat in his right hand, he fixed a large bell.

Golinhac the church dedicated to St. Maarten, which indicates a very ancient origins, to 950. The church is a beautiful altar zien.De Pre-Romanesque church with Gothic buildings served as the 17th century fortified church (église fortified). It was Romance geconstrueeerd the foundations of a Benedictine monastery in the twelfth century belonged to the abbey of Conques.

Chemin de St Jacques de Compostella (GR 65)

Via Podiensis the pilgrimage route of St. Jacques de Compostella, found Golinhac located between the towns Espeyrac Estaing and his priory of Saint-Pierre.

The French section of the Chemin de St Jacques de Compostella, has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO. First Cultural Route of the Council of Europe. Walking through history, discover the natural environment on the route from Le Puy en Velay to Santiago via Golinhac Village d'on stage at the Grande Randonnée GR 65.

The pilgrimage of St Jacques de Compostela is a Catholic pilgrimage, with the aim of legendary tomb of the apostle St. Jacques, Jacques le Majeur, located in the crypt of the Cathedral of St. Jacques de Compostela in Galicia (Spain).

The Pilgrimage is one of the three most important pilgrimages in Christendom after Jerusalem and Rome. But after the fall of Granada in 1492 under the reign of the Catholic Kings, Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella the Catholic, said the Pope Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia, Pope 1492-1503) Santiago along with Rome and Jerusalem, one of the "three large pilgrimages in Christianity." Saint-Jacques de Compostela in 1987 by the Council of Europe appointed the first Cultural Route.

 

La Landette

La Landette chambres d'hotes à GolinhacLa Landette located in a lottissement on a hill and the surrounding area Golinhac oversees. A perfect resting place at the Grande Randonee GR 65 better known as the pilgrim route to Compostella.

The accommodation is ideal for a relaxing holiday where you can enjoy the surroundings. It is a perfect base for nearby places Conques, Estaing, and Puy valee, Espalion, Entraygues and Aubrac.

 

 
         

La Landette
12140 GOLINHAC

M. et Mme RENIERS Heitkamp
Tél/Fax : 05 65 44 78 53
paul.reniers@orange.fr