The Way is personal and non-transferable!
Make your own!
Make your own Way, we prepare everything so that you enjoy all that the good things of Saint James Way.
The Portuguese Central Way is the 2nd in the choice of pilgrims from all over the world. The complete route starts in Lisbon and has 634.1 Km. The most commonly used courses begin in Porto or in Valença-Tui.
This seafront path, which departs from Porto and runs along the north coast of Portugal for its coastal locations, gained relevance during the Modern Age and, especially, from the 19th century, being used by coastal populations and those who landed in seaports.
It is the most mythical of the Paths and the favorite of most pilgrims.
This is where most of the medieval routes from the interior of Europe converge, integrating the Cultural Itineraries of the Council of Europe since 1987.
It is a very easy course to do since it is essentially flat. Each of the stages has its own characteristics and charms without end, we highlight the Ruta da Piedra and Auga, which we cross from Armenteira and the only Via Crucis by river in the world from Vila Nova de Arousa to Pontecesures.
The Way of Fisterra-Muxía is the only Jacobean route originated in Santiago de Compostela.
Our proposal is to follow this Path as an itinerary that may be the continuation for those who have already done some Camino de Santiago or the beginning of other Paths.
The English Way (or Way of the English) is the Way of Saint James that originates in Ferrol or in A Coruña. It was the medieval pilgrimage route to Compostela of English devotees and other places in northern Europe, arriving by boat to the port of A Coruña and, to a lesser extent, the port of Ferrol.