The Camino Inglés (English Way) was the most trafficked pilgrim route for people from England, Ireland and other Nordic countries in the middle ages. They crossed the sea by ship to anchor in the two big harbors of A Guarda and Ferrol.

Your journey starts in the lovely seaport of Ferrol. Taking this route allows you to claim the Compostela, as it is longer than 100 km. The Camino Inglés follows the shore of the wild Atlantic for a while, before it turns inland and leads through the lush Galician countryside. Numbers of pilgrims are still low on the route and oftentimes you can walk in solitude through the small, picturesque Galician towns.

112 kilometers

Double Room: € 460
More than 3 People: € 440

Single Room: € 590
More than 2 People: € 570