On July 25th, the Day of the Apostle of Santiago, we premiered 'Huesca 858: Los Caminos De Santiago en el Alto Aragón'. A podcast that documents almost 900 kilometers from Somport, on the France border, to Santiago.
Since its launch, several local and national media platforms have reviewed this emotional and personal sound documentary full of testimonies, voices and scenarios. Here is some of the most recent coverage.
Alex García Amat, was invited to the Aragón Radio program "A good summer", to talk about 'Huesca 858'. The co-founder of La Coctelera Music, who is also responsible for guiding us through the different characters and locations of the Camino Frances, spoke about how the production of this podcast was "an immersive experience."
"In the series (...) countless different places are visited along the Way, some as surprising as the Canfranc Underground Laboratory, whose exploration together with its director Carlos Peña seems like a scene more typical of 'Stranger Things'". – El Periódico de Aragón
"'Huesca 858' is an excellent immersive and authentic podcast series about the Camino Frances. It is also an interior, personal tour, an exciting tribute to the people and landscapes of Alto Aragón, and a vibrant celebration of the tangible and intangible heritage of this wonderful part of the Huesca Pyrenees".– Cadena Ser
"The series aims to be an emotional journey that travels between the past and the future. It promotes our gastronomy or our art, but above all, the people of the territory". – Diario del Alto Aragón
'Huesca 858: Los Caminos De Santiago en el Alto Aragón' is a beautiful six-episode project by the Provincial Council of Huesca for the International Festival on the Camino de Santiago. Produced by La Coctelera Music. We invite you to travel between the past and the future. Join us!
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