El Camino Ingles (The English Way) - Camino de Santiago
The English Way, El Camino Inglés, also known as Camino de Los Ingleses, originates at the north coast of Spain in Ferrol or A Coruña. This route can be traced all the way to the 12th century when it served as the main access route to Santiago for pilgrims coming from England, Scotland, Ireland and other Nordic countries. Nowadays, the English way is still well maintained and easily accessible, although the experience is bound to be rather solitary.