English Way: The Camino from Ferrol to Santiago
The English Route of the Saint James Way or Camino Inglés was the most popular with seafaring pilgrims from the north of Europe, who over the ages sailed to the northern coast of Galicia from Scandinavia, Flanders, England, Scotland and Ireland. They made their way to destinations such as Ribadeo, Viveiro, or to Ferrol and Corunna. These last two coastal enclaves that constitute the starting points of the two possible itineraries, that make up the Way’s English Route.The 70-mile journey from Ferrol (118 km) is the minimum distance required to apply for your “Compostela” certificate.- ITINERARY -1st day: ARRIVAL IN FERROL2nd day: FERROL - PONTEDEUME (31 km - 7 h - difficulty 2/3)3rd day: PONTEDEUME - BETANZOS (21 km - 4h10 - difficulty 1/3)4th day: BETANZOS - HOSPITAL DE BRUMAS (24 km - 6h - difficulty 3/3)5th day: HOSPITAL DE BRUMAS - SIGÜEIRO (24.4 km - 5h15 - difficulty 1/3)6th day: SIGÜEIRO - SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (15.7 km - 4h - difficulty 1/3)7th day: SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELAThe Price Includes:- 6 nights in handpicked hotels and inns, all with en-suite accommodation, on a bed and breakfast basis.- Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel: 1 bag max. 20kg/ 44 lbs per person)- Travel insurance.- Credencial (Pilgrim's passport)- Maps of the stages.- Telephone assistance (English-speaking)The Price does not include:- Lunches.- Flights or trains.- Single room supplement: € 220- Dinner supplement: € 190PRICE PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE ROOMDAILY DEPARTURES FROM END OF MARCH TO END OF OCTOBER.