English Way from Ferrol in hotels/guest houses
Galicia is the land of a thousand countries. Each region has its own charm and personality, and the different Caminos de Santiago show us a different place from the north to the south.
The English Way (Camino Inglés) is one of the most interesting but less-traveled routes among all the paths that lead to Compostela. Currently, it ranks as the fifth most popular route behind the French Way, the Portuguese Way (interior and coastal), and the Northern Way.
It was the route followed by pilgrims from Scandinavian countries, the Netherlands, northern France, and primarily England, Ireland, and Scotland. After a sea voyage, they would arrive in Galicia through the ports of Ribadeo, Viveiro, A Coruña, or Ferrol, in the gulf known as the Ártabro Sea.
The English Way is a route that falls somewhere in the middle in terms of difficulty level, not as challenging as the Primitive Way nor as straightforward as the Portuguese Way, but absolutely charming.
Furthermore, on this route, you will have the opportunity to stay in hotels or guesthouses along the way at the end of each stage.
Remember that this section is over 100km long, so if you meet the rest of the requirements, you can request the certificate of the Compostela.
What is included?
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- 6 nights of accommodation at hotels or hostels in B&B basis.
- Luggage transfer during the pilgrimage: 1 piece of luggage per person (max. 15kg)
- Basic travel insurance.
On the way to Betanzos, you will pass over the medieval bridge over the Baxoi River, which will take you into Miño. Before reaching the Arco da Ponte Vella and entering Betanzos, you will pass through Bañobre and Souto.
Accommodation will be provided in a hotel or guesthouse in Betanzos.
Get ready because you are entering the toughest stage of your journey to Santiago. The ascent to Hospital de Bruma requires energy. It's a 400m climb suitable only for the brave. Before reaching this point, the path will have joined with the variant coming from A Coruña.
Before reaching Sigüeiro, you will have passed through A Ponte Pereira, Carrás, or Baxoia. Tonight, you will sleep knowing that there is only one final push left until you reach the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
The Plaza del Obradoiro eagerly awaits your arrival. Before entering the urban area of Santiago, the route will take you through the neighborhoods of Meixonfrío and San Caetano.
Accommodation will be provided in a hotel or guesthouse in Santiago de Compostela.
Reservation requests must be made at least 14 days in advance of the pilgrimage start date.
- Extra nights of accommodation in Ferrol and / or Santiago de Compostela.
- Private transfer to the starting point of the Camino.
- One day trips (private) to Finisterre, Rías Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, etc., or guided tour in Santiago de Compostela.
- Optional insurance.
Note: If you want to hire any of these services, please include it at the request in the observations field.
- Single room: 590.00 €
- Double room: 840.00 €