Camino Ingles - Ferrol at sun set

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Camino Ingles - The English Way


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Traditionally, English and Irish pilgrims arrived by sea at Ferrol. The English way starts following the rugged hilly coastline, then moves inland to the lush, wooded countryside. Passing through the medieval village of Betanzos is like travelling back in time with its hill-perched market place. It is quieter than other routes so far those who are trying to get away from the more popular French Way, the English Way presents a great alternative to reach Santiago and get your pilgrim certificate within a week.
With exceptionally strategic locations, the ports of A Coruna and Ferrol were the entry points for pilgrims coming by sea from the north. This Camino starts in A Coruna (the “glass city”) passing through O Burgo, Sergude and Bruma before joining the Camino Inglés (English Way) from Ferrol. This route from A Coruna offers even more quietness than the way from Ferrol, perfect to escape from the crowds and reconnect with yourself. 

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