1. Identification of the CPIS route and evaluation of the route for walking or cycling.
2. Georeferencing of CPIS and its multi-cultural heritage.
3. Anthropological research on the social profile of the turiperegrinos of CPIS.
4. An anthropological audit of CPIS’s offer of complementary services and experiences.
5. Communication, dissemination and national promotion of CPIS, with re-motivation of pilgrims from other ways to make CPIS.
6. Co-investigation with local social agents (politicians, tourism technicians, businessmen, etc.).
7. CPIS-based heritage education: higher education, secondary education, primary education, etc.
8. Inventory and cataloging of cultural assets of CPIS.