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Circular Route Around Santiago Between 2 Old St.-james-ways

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    Hi to everybody,

    I want to recommend a delightful circular route on Galicia's north coast especially to pilgrims, who walked the Camino Francés, dream of lonely hikes and want to experience the feeling of "coming home" to Santiago dC. This way is a beautiful way in an impressive scenic landscape and leads from Santiago de Compostela via Finisterre, Muxía, Malpica de Bergantiños and A Coruña back to Santiago dC. The section of the way from Muxía to Bruma lies between two old St.-James-ways: the Camino a Fisterra and the Camino Inglés.

    With approx. 280 km in length there are (for normal pilgrims) 12 daily stages. You can also extend the route via Betanzos, it's 1 day more. On the route from Muxía to Bruma there are no hostages for pilgrims (till now), only a few accomodations.

    If you are interested for informations about this idea for a new Camino (not St.-James-way), please visit http://www.ikanmas.de/index1.html (absolutely no advertising for anything).

    Buen Camino! Bernd from Germany
     
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