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littlelau

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Camino Portugeuse (2018)
hi all
We are just back from the Camino Frances.
Starting to plan for the next adventure and we have settled on the Camino Ingles from A Coruna. We like to do 16km approx per day and plan on spending a day in Coruna at the start and a few days in Santiago at the end. Is it possible to break the stages down and is there accommodation along the way?
Laurna
 

Turga

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CF (Aug/Sep 2017)
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Gronze.com will be a good place to start the planning:

 

Elle Bieling

Elle Bieling, PilgrimageTraveler
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Inglés, '14 '17 Finisterre, '14 '17 '18 Primitivo, '15 '18 Portuguese, '17, '18 San Salvador, '18
My website should help you enormously! You will love the sights in A Coruna! The beaches are lovely, the Hercules tower, the harbor and the castle there. To see them look at my page on A Coruna. Then, start with day one from A Coruna. The first day to the albergue in Sergude is about 21 km and steep. You may want to walk first to several accommodations (no albergue) on the outskirts of town, to knock off several km before Sergude. See my map on day one for the possibilities. Then from Sergude to Bruma/O Meson do Vento, it is only 13 km. Keep on reading through from Bruma, and there are plenty of possibilities to keep your days to 16 or less km! Buen Camino!
 

Kat Kostrzewska

Online guide https://caminodesantiagobybike.co.uk
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Camino Frances (2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2018), Via Tolosana (2012) Camino Norte (2014)
A Coruna made very interesting presentation of Camino Ingles in London a few months ago. I think that it is an amazing route.

There are only 75 km to Santiago, so until recently you were not entitled to receive a compostela. Those days are over and A Coruna made a deal with Santiago, so now if you walked the remaining 25 km in your home country first and collected stamps in your credencial to prove it you will get your compostela. How cool is that:cool:
 

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