The St. James Way Interpretation Centre.
Ultreia, the Way of St. James Interpretation Centre, is a centre that can be used by everyone. Visitors can enjoy the presentation to the fullest thanks to adaptable and innovative museographic resources that are accessible to everyone, turning people's needs into an opportunity to obtain the best possible experience.
This project is part of the Jacob@ccess initiative that sets out to create a cross-border network for accessibility by people with disabilities to the culture and heritage of the territories crossed by the routes of the Way of St. James. The Martillué Hostel has already been set up as part of the project, and Ultreia will be joined by two more interpretation centres, one in Jaca and another in Ostabat-Izura in France.