Commandery Saint-Antoine, Pondaurat

Commandery Saint-Antoine, Pondaurat

Tracks & guides

On the left you will find the Vézelay Route (blue line; two red lines indicate variants) and the facilities along that route (blue circles). By zooming in on the map you will find accommodation (maroon and red symbols), train stations (green) and other facilities (blue).
The blue symbols with an ‘i’ indicate: the Tourist Offices, the Pilgrim Offices and the monuments which in 1998, within the framework of the ‘Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France', have been designated as World Heritage (UNESCO).

The maroon symbols refer to pilgrim hostels (by Confraternities of Saint James, municipalities, religious institutions and private persons) and home hospitality.
The red symbols refer to general accommodation (B&B, hotels, campsites, etc.).

You will find more information about, for example, an accommodation if you click on the corresponding symbol. Please report any errors via the 'feedback' option.

Here you can download files that can be opened via an app on your smartphone:

tracks:

  • KML file (Maps.me, Google Earth) (January 1, 2021)
  • GPX file (other applications) (January 1, 2021)

facilities:

manuals:

  • to install files on your smartphone: manual (PDF)
  • to use the information about the facilities via GPX/KML: explanation (PDF)

Map updated on January 1, 2021.
You can drag the map and view the map in full screen


Covid info (January 1, 2021)

The map above shows which accommodations were open on October 1 (accommodations in red or brown). Accommodations in gray were closed or no information was available.
The map gives a first impression of the situation we might expect in 2021. The map will be updated in March, ahead of the new season.

Under the "COVID-19" tab, you will also find information on the health situation.

Guides (PDF)

  • Vézelay Route 'Via Lemovicensis', edition January 2020 (PDF) (updated January 1, 2021), by: Dutch Association of Saint James. This guide covers the main branches, via Nevers and via Bourges, and the variants via Sancoins and Bergerac.
  • Facilities (PDF) (updated January 1, 2021), by: Dutch Association of Saint James. This overview of facilities along the Vézelay Route is linked to the guide above.
  • Vézelay Route (background information) (PDF) (March 2019), by: Arno Cuppen. Article published in the eBulletin of the Confraternity of Saint James (London).

 
Guidebooks (in French):

Guides to the Vézelay Route

To Vézelay


Vézelay is an important junction: pilgrim roads from Paris, the Netherlands and Belgium, Germany and Switzerland come together here. Unfortunately there are no guides in English. (For guides in other languages see the French, German and Dutch pages of this portal).

If you travel by train or bus to Vézelay: travel information.

On foot from the Sermizelles-Vézelay railway station to Vézelay (9 km): directions.

 

Arrival in Vézelay (source: Yonne Compostelle)