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The Basque Way of the Interior was, in addition to a fundamental Xacobeo axis, the gateway to the center of the Peninsula from Irún in the Roman era.
The Basque Way of the Interior, also known by the appeals of Bayona, the San Adrián tunnel or simply the Interior, has been, in addition to a fundamental Xacobeo axis, the entrance door to the center of the Peninsula from Irun in the Roman era. It departs from Irun, like the coast, and joins the French in Santo Domingo de la Calzada (La Rioja).