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Camino Ingles

Take a week-long journey on the Camino Ingles pilgrimage route, a centuries-old way from Ferrol to Santiago de Compostela primarily used by British pilgrims.
Starting point
Ferrol
Finish point
Santiago de Compostela
Duration
7 days / 6 nights
Season
Apr - Oct
Technical level
Easy trails, without bigger steeps or rough sections
Fitness level
Suitable for most regular hikers
Price
From: 685€/person
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Walk the historic Camino Inglés, a centuries-old route once the main access for Northern European pilgrims

Experience a blend of maritime and medieval history, starting from the significant port of Ferrol

Discover the route’s strategic importance during times of conflict like the Hundred Years’ War

Embark on a shorter and more enriching alternative to the traditional Camino Frances

Traverse the path from the Atlantic Ocean to Santiago de Compostela

Earn the Compostela, the revered certificate of pilgrimage

Pilgrim brunette woman, doing the Camino de Santiago. Hike, way of st james
Embrace your journey on the historic Camino Inglés
Ferrol Estuary Panorama Galicia Spain
Witness the enchanting sunset vistas of Ferrol
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Traverse paths rich in centuries-old stories
Pilgrimns along the way of St. James
Walk with fellow seekers on an age-old pilgrimage
Tourist Woman On Pilgrimage At Santiago De Compostela With Phone
Find tranquility in the shadow of history
Hazy sunset on monumental Santiago de Compostela cathedral.
Behold the grandeur of Santiago's timeless cathedral

Included in price

Tour design and organization

GPS navigation with an easy-to-use app

6x accommodation with breakfast in 2/3* hotels or country guest houses as per itinerary

Luggage transfer

24/7 service and support during your holidays

Optional Extras

Transfer to and from the airport
Single supplement
Additional activites and experiences
From:
685€
/person
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Stepping onto the Camino Inglés, you enter a realm where history and nature intertwine. Beginning in the maritime city of Ferrol, this route, tracing back to the 12th century, has been a beacon for pilgrims from Britain, Scandinavia, and beyond.

As you traverse this historic route, you’ll be greeted by the picturesque views of the Tambre River, the welcoming shade of the forested paths, and the charm of rural Galician villages.

Historical gems like the medieval bridge of As Casca, the abandoned hermitage of San Paio, and the ancient village of Bruma serve as milestones, offering glimpses into a past that has shaped the present.

Nowadays, Camino Inglés has been reimagined as a concise alternative to the traditional Camino Frances. Historically vital for English and Irish pilgrims, this route remains a testament to the enduring spirit of pilgrimage.

For those undertaking this transformative journey, we at Camino de Santiago Tours ensure that every practical aspect is seamlessly taken care of. From comfortable accommodations that capture the local charm to hassle-free luggage transfers between towns, we’ve got it covered.

Our 24/7 support ensures peace of mind, while our GPS navigation and comprehensive travel booklet provide insightful guidance along the Camino Ingles.

With every detail thoughtfully arranged, all left for you is to experience the magic of the Camino Ingles.

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