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Getting from Ferrol or La Coruna to Muxia by public transpor

gittiharre

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Hi, could someone help me with info on this may be? I am thinking of walking from Muxia to Santiago after taking the Feve train along the Northern Coast of Spain. I there a way of getting from Ferrol or Coruna to Muxia without having to go via Santiago, I want to walk into it, not pass through it first if that is possible. I looked all over the internet, but could not find anything. Thanks so much, Gitti
 
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Gitti

I can't locate the timetable right now but at least one other pilgrim, Gareth Thomas, walked from Santiago to Muxia then got a bus to Ferrol to walk the Camin Ingles. Therefore if there is a bus to Ferrol it is reasonable to assume there is one going the other way :)


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Hi, gitti,

It looks like there are two direct buses daily that don't go through Santiago: http://quepasanacosta.com/content/view/384/26/
One is at 7:30, one at 10:45.

There should also be the option to connect with a bus in Cee: Looks like there are a lot more buses from Cee, 7 a day from Cee to A Coruna.
http://quepasanacosta.com/content/view/349/26/ --

But to take that route you would have to get from Muxia to Cee and I can't find any information on that. But I'll bet it's possible.
 

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Thank you Johnnie, great help, I will try and contact Gareth, Gitti
 
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Hi Gitti,
That's what I found on internet:
Bus / Autobœs:

Lunes a viernes:
A Coruña - Muxía: 8:15, 16:00.
Muxía - A Coruña: 7:30, 10:45.
Sábado:
A Coruña - Muxía: 8:15, 15:00.
Muxía - A Coruña: 7:20.
Domingo:
A Coruña - Muxía: 9:15, 14:25, 17:00.
Muxía - A Coruña: 7:30, 18:00

I took the bus from Muxia to A Coruna a few years ago, very scenic actually, though quite slow.

Rolf
 

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Thank you so much Peregrina and Rolf, great help. I spent ages searching the internet and could not find the info. Regards, Gitti
 

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