The Camino Inglés (English Way) is the first historic maritime route to Santiago de Compostela, and it has its main departure point in Ferrol. On this post, we detail the main ways to get there and start enjoying your Camino de Santiago.
The Vía de la Plata, the Winter Way or the Way to Fisterra and Muxía are great options to walk the Camino de Santiago. Today we talk about these less traveled-by routes to Santiago that you may want to take into consideration for your next Camino.
Irún is the main starting point of the Northern Way (Camino del Norte), the Jacobean Route that runs along the northern coast of Spain. In this post we explain how to get to this Basque city by plane, train, bus or car to start your Camino de Santiago.
If you are planning on walking the French Camino, the most well-known route to Santiago de Compostela, the first thing you need to know is how to get to your starting point. Here we detail the best options on how to get to one of the most popular starting points: Saint Jean Pied de Port.
Thousands of pilgrims pass through the city of Leon every year, a very important enclave within the Camino Francés and a starting point for many bicigrinos, since the distance separates it from Santiago de Compostela is enough to meet the requirements and collect a Compostela. For those who started their journey farther away, it is perfect for a day of rest before facing the last stretch of the route.
Consequently, many pilgrims enjoy extra time to discover the secrets, both big and small, hidden in this beautiful city and its grand monumental heritage. So that nothing escapes your attention, we want to guide you through some of the must-see places to visit.
Let’s go, pilgrim! Won’t you join us?
¡Buen Camino! Eso es lo que queremos en Correos, que los peregrinos puedan disfrutar al máximo de la experiencia del Camino y descubrir a través de nuestras postales nuevos lugares, historias, personas y experiencias sobre el Camino de Santiago.