Camino Ingles April 2016


Traditionally pilgrims from England and Ireland sailed to a Spanish port such as Ferrol and walked from there to Santiago. The modern day camino is marked from the port. Take care of your own travel arrangements and accommodation. For more detail see  You can download a guide for all the caminos from this website or order the booklet. Click Planning Your Pilgrimage and download csj guide to the Camino Ingles. This will give you all the information you need. The web version may be more up to date than the booklet. If you are not staying in the pilgrim hostels it may be best to book your accommodation before your flight. Some of the hotels and casa rurals may be some distance from the camino trail. You will find numbers for taxis at the stops along the way.

TUESDAY 19TH APRIL leave Dublin on Aer Lingus Flight EI 742, 13.10 and arrive Santiago 16.20. Take shuttle bus (Empresa Frierea – every 20 mins) to Santiago  Estacion De Autobuses which is the first major stop after the airport.  Bus  (Castromil)  leaves Santiago daily at 9.15,  12.15,  13.30,  16.10. 18.00, 19.30 and 20.30 for Ferrol, 1hr 20min.Tickets cannot be pre booked.  E10.35.  Take first available bus to Ferrol.

 WEDNESDAY 20TH APRIL   Find the port and begin the walk from there to Naron about 2pm. Distance 12Km.

THURSDAY 21ST APRIL from Naron to Pontedeume 17Km.

FRIDAY  22ND APRIL from Pontedueme to Betanos 20Km.

SATURDAY 23RD  APRIL from Betanzos to Hospital de Bruma 29Km.

SUNDAY 24TH  APRIL from Bruma to Siguerio. 24Km.

MONDAY 25THTH APRIL from Sigurio to Santiago 16Km.

TUESDAY 26TH  Leave Santiago 17.00 and arrive Dublin 18.10.

Don’t forget to have your credential stamped twice daily to qualify for compostela when you get to

Santiago.  Have travel insurance and current European Health Insurance Card.

INTERESTED!  Contact Matt Flesk, 087 2842367.  Leave a message if there is no answer!

Meet after club meeting 18th Feb. and 14 April 2016 to discuss details.

Revised 7/1/2016.