This stage starts in the city of Hercules and runs along an urban route for part of the 20 km that make up the route. A Coruña
Sergude
First stage
of the Camino Inglés from A Coruña
13 km stage that is physically very demanding because of the long climb, but at the same time very rewarding because of the landscape. Sergude
Bruma
Second stage
of the Camino Inglés from A Coruña
This first stage goes through the city of Ferrol, from the port to Neda. Along this 15.4 km stretch you will be able to enjoy the architecture and the parks of this city. Ferrol
Neda
First stage
of the Camino Inglés from Ferrol
Churches, sea, nature... this stage covers 12.9 km and starts next to the Ferrol estuary delving deep into the natural beauty of the area and before reaching the town of Pontedeume. Neda
Pontedeume
Second stage
of the Camino Inglés from Ferrol
This route bears a more irregular profile. It covers a distance of 19.9 km during which we will pass through the town of Miño and cross the river Lambre. Pontedeume
Betanzos
Third stage
of the Camino Inglés from Ferrol
This 24.1km stage, which is the hardest on the English Way, starts from the ancient city of the Knights Betanzos
Bruma
Fourth stage
of the Camino Inglés from Ferrol
Forests and medieval buildings make up the landscape of this stage with a mostly descending route along over 24.2 km. Bruma
Sigüeiro
Penultimate stage
of the Camino Inglés
The 16.5 km of the last stage of the Way offers incredible natural spaces that cross the Tambre River and the Enchanted Forest Sigüeiro
Santiago de Compostela
Last stage
of the Camino Inglés

Camino Inglés

The Jacobean pilgrimage attracted people from all over Europe in the Middle Ages.

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From Ferrol
  • LENGTH 113 Km
  • DIFFICULTY Medium
From A Coruña
  • LENGTH 73.7 Km
  • DIFFICULTY Medium
Excellence along the Camino Inglés

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It is time to follow in the footsteps of the people who arrived on the Galician shores bound for Santiago de Compostela.

Since the discovery of the Apostle's tomb, the so-called ports of Santiago de Compostela have received pilgrims from all over Europe, mainly from England and Ireland, who wish to reach the Jacobean city. The sea route is not an easy journey, and the ‘youngest of the oceans’ – the Atlantic - escorts the pilgrim through strong winds and storms during the crossing. But once on land, Galicia warmly welcomes the pilgrim still shaken up by the ocean’s vigor.

Now is the time to begin an unforgettable adventure following in the footsteps of the people from the north who arrived on the Galician shores bound for Santiago. The Camino Inglés allows the pilgrims the opportunity to immerse themselves in the most challenging of Jacobean maritime routes, whose gastronomy and authenticity mark every step of this journey.

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