Travel along the pilgrimage route that attracted Scandinavians, English and Scottish in the Middle Ages who, oriented by the Tower of Hercules (a famous lighthouse of Roman origin), helped to forge the well-known and present-day Camino Ingles (or Camino del Faro).
Explore the shortest route of the Camino Ingles from La Coruña (or the “City of Glass”), in the middle of a landscape full of beauty and history. Cross through Bruma and Sigueiro before arriving in Santiago de Compostela, whose old quarter was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Discover the Tower of Hercules, the world's oldest working lighthouse and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Travel the route through recovered locations thanks to documents and records that referred to demarcations or the passage of travellers.
- Visit the Church of Santiago in La Coruna, the oldest temple in the city, built in the 12th century.