Camino Inglés

Description

  1. Name Camino Inglés
  2. Length of trail 110 km, 68 miles
  3. Length in days 5 days
  4. Start of trail La Coruña / Ferrol
  5. End of trail Santiago de Compostela
  6. Traildino grading MW, Moderate walk, backpacking trail
  7. Hut tour grading T1, Walk

Camino Inglés

Camino Inglés, Ferrol - Santiago de Compostela, 110 km, 5 days

La Coruña - Santiago de Compostela, 75 km, 3 days

English pilgrims had the option to cross the ocean to Ferrol or La Coruña, harbours at Galicia’s north coast. Hence, it was only a few days walk to Santiago de Compostela. This branch of the Way of St. James can be walked in mid-summer.

Visit Traildino's overview page for the Way of Saint James / Camino de Santiago.

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Camino Inglés, 154km

Books

The Book Depository
United Kingdom
2015
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De Zwerver
Netherlands
2015
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De Zwerver
Netherlands
2012
De Zwerver
Netherlands
2016
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Maps

Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Santiago de Compostela
  • Topographic coverage of mainland Spain at 1:50,000 from the Centro Geográfico del Ejército, the country’s military survey organization. Contours are at 20m intervals, without additional relief shading but with graphics and/or colouring to show different types of terrain, vegetation or land use. Boundaries of national parks and other protected... Read more
Stanfords
United Kingdom
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De Zwerver
Netherlands
  • Wandelkaart Camino de Santiago in Spanje | CNIG
  • Een duidelijke overzichtskaart van Spanje en Portugal waarop alle pelgrimsroutes naar Santiago de Compostela - de Camino"s - staan ingetekend. Ideaal voor het uitkiezen en plannen van een langere wandelroute. Het is door de schaal niet een kaart die te gebruiken is als wandelkaart. Read more
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Walking holidays

Macs Adventure
United Kingdom
  • Camino Inglés
  • A 92.5km (optional: 102.5km) pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. In the middle ages, the news of the Camino de Santiago spread all over Europe and Pilgrims from the UK and Ireland would sail down to A Coruña and Ferrol to start their pilgrimage to Santiago. Today we use the route from Ferrol as it is the more scenic route of the two. The... Read more
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