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Camino ingles v Santiago to muxia mid may

Sharstef

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Tui to Santiago 2017
Only have 5 days to walk wondering whether to do camino ingles or walk from Santiago to muxia (I'm concerned about accommodation on these routes I can't do hostel/alburgures due to health issues) any feedback appreciated
 

peb

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
C. Ingles March 2018
If you have not done a Camino before, I would do the Ingles, rather than Santiago to Muxia / Finisterre, as you will end up with a compostela walking the Ingles from Ferrol.

If you want to stay in private accommodation, think about the following schedule. All accommodation noted below you can book in advance. Consider also having your luggage transported each day by Correos

Day 1 Ferrol to Pontedeume (Hostal Luis) - consider taking the short cut over the bridge from Ferrol to Fene instead of walking round the estuary; you still walk 100 km from Ferrol to Santiago and so still qualify for a compostela.

Day 2 - Pontedeume to Betanzos (Hotel Garelos)

Day 3 - Betanzos to Buscas (Casa Rural Donnamaria)

Day 4 - Buscas to Sigueiro (Sigueiro Hostal - has private rooms)

Daay 5 - Sigueiro to Santiago
 

Sharstef

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Tui to Santiago 2017
Many thanks for all that information
I will look into that
I have a compestela from a few years back so that isn't a priority now
Just wondering which route is more interesting and the accommodation
 

Elle Bieling

Elle Bieling, PilgrimageTraveler
Camino(s) past & future
Inglés, '14 '17 Finisterre, '14 '17 '18 Primitivo, '15 '18 Portuguese, '17, '18 San Salvador, '18
I have done both more than once and the Way to Finisterre and Muxia are a bit more beautiful to me. There is something about the wonderful sea views from the lofty heights that draw me! However they are both wonderful walks, so it's too bad you can't do both! I have written about both in my photo laden blog, so if you really want to compare the routes by photos, you may wish to take a look. Camino ingles and Camino Finisterre. Happy choosing!
 

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