El Camino used by the british
El Camino English starts in the city of Ferrol.
The first stage of Camino Ingles will take us along the coast through urban and industrial terrain. After our arrival in Neda we can decide if we have been wanting more, in which case we will have to continue another 15 km to the city of Pontedeume.
Today we will have another quiet day. In which we will have few slopes and go hand in hand with the general road. This allows us to have multiple establishments to rest and snack on.
A pleasant stage that will pass through rural areas and lush forests. Half camino We can visit the city of Miño, which has a hostel and all the necessary services for pilgrims. To end our day we will arrive in Betanzos where in addition to enjoying a wonderful hostel we can visit its walls and its historic center.
Today we have before us the queen stage of Camino English. Unlike previous days, it is advisable to bring food and water as we will have few towns where we can feed ourselves.
Quiet stage that runs along asphalt or dirt tracks and for the most part we will go down towards Sigüeiro. We will have abundant shops until A Calle from there to Sigüeiro we will find ourselves without services.
And finally our long-awaited ending. We will arrive in Santiago seeing from a distance the towers of the Cathedral. The beginning of the stage passes through rural areas to end up crossing an industrial estate and finally walking through the streets of the old town of Santiago to reach the Plaza del Obradoiro.
Points of interest
Tower of Hercules
San Felipe Castle
Puentedeume (in Galician and officially Pontedeume) is a coastal municipality located in the province of La Coruña. It is located between the municipalities of Miño, Cabañas, Capela, Villarmay and Monfero, in the middle camino between La Coruña and Ferrol.
The town was founded ex novo by a letter from Alfonso X el Sabio in 1270.
The emblem of the town is the Eume river that passes through it and flows into the Atlantic Ocean. At this point the estuary is formed, strong tidal rises and falls occur in the area.