The Way continues along the avenida del Mar, bordering the estuary of Ferrol, to the Monasterio de San Martiño de Xuvia also called Monasterio do...Read more
Bread is a basic product for the human diet and for the pilgrim the bread of Neda is a delicacy.
There are several elements which helped...Read more
St. Nicholas’ church is 14th century, built at the time of Fernán Pérez de Andrade “O Bo”, but involving several subsequent...Read more
On our way we will come across numerous water fountains. On the Fene route alone you will pass by three and there is a fourth almost right next door, the...Read more
Fene is a municipality which switched from being an eminently rural space to being a more urban one and a nucleus of the periphery of the city of Ferrol....Read more
Along the road are various curious rectangular constructions crowned by a decorative element, just as a cross may be. They are the raised granaries, peculiar...Read more
We are going to cross the bridge over the river Eume, a bridge that gives its name to the town of Pontedume (Ponte do Eume).
There is no evidence...Read more
Pontedueme is a town with deep history linked, during the Middle Ages, to the house of Andrade, one of the most important Galician noble families. Pontedueme,...Read more
If we stray off for some 3km we will arrive at the sanctuary of Saint Michael of Breamo, situated on the top of the hill of the same name.
It was...Read more
We now find ourselves in this stretch of the road following the old royal road that went from Santiago and A Coruña to Ferrol, passing by Betanzos....Read more