English way - The way of the first English pilgrims
The English Way to Santiago(Sp: Camino Inglés) has two starting points: the coastal cities A Coruña and Ferrol. Only the route starting in Ferrol is going to be rewarded with a 'Compostela' Pilgrim Certificate, as you will complete just over 100km on your way to Santiago de Compostela. The English Way was mostly used by pilgrims coming from Northern Europe, Britain and Ireland; it was also an important trading route. On the "Camino Inglés" you will be rewarded with nice coastal views on the first two walking days, and you will pass through some great towns en-route, such as Pontedeume and Betanzos. The second part of the walk heads South to Santiago de Compostela across rural countryside. See here the full Camino English Way description and itinerary on our blog, our Camino de Santiago info and travel guide.
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