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Camino Inglés
from Ferrol and A Coruña
to Santiago de Compostela

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The Camino from Ferrol or A Coruña to Santiago de Compostela
Overview

The Camino Ingles has 2 alternative starting points. The route from Ferrol is 110 km to Santiago de Compostela, and therefore just long enough to qualify you to earn the Compostela when you reach Santiago. The route from A Coruña is only 75 km. The two routes join at Bruma. These pages describe both routes.
The first part of the A Coruña is on city streets and an alternative is to take a bus to the edge of the city.


The Route from A Coruña - A Coruña to Bruma

Figure on horseback above the door

A cobbled stretch of the camino on the high ground

A grassy trach

The waymark where the route from Acoruna joins with the route from Ferrol
(Camino continues from Bruma at day 3 below)
The Route from Ferrol - day 1 - Ferrol to Ponteduerme

The Port of Ferrol

View of the route taken around the bay
The Route from Ferrol - day 2 - Ponteduerme to Betanzos

The medieval Ponte Baxoi

A Ponte Vella bridge over Mandeo river in Betanzos
The Route from Ferrol - day 3 - Betanzos to Bruma

Camino and eucalyptus - very good shade

The refugio at Hospital de Bruma
The Combined Route - day 4 - Bruma to Siguero

A fellow peregrino on the Camino Ingles

The long straight road to Siguero
The Combined Route - day 5 - Siguero to Santiago de Compostela

Cruceiro at Agualada, and the chapel of As Angustias behind

First sight of the cathedral

Occasional patches of green within the city

Pilgrims queuing to pass through the Porta Santa which is only opened in Holy Year

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