HOTEL REAL FERROL **
The Hotel Real Ferrol is located in the heart of the city of Ferrol, just 50 meters from the Town Hall and the Plaza de Armas.
Renovated at the beginning of 2018, the hotel has 45 fully equipped rooms to offer maximum comfort to our guests. All rooms have heating, private bathroom, wooden floors, LED TVs and free high-speed WiFi. Due to its excellent location, the Hotel Real Ferrol is perfect for staying in the center of Ferrol, both for leisure and business trips.
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LIVE LIKE A LOCAL | EXPLORE FERROL, GALICIA.
The English Way
In the middle ages, the news of the Camino de Santiago spread all over Europe and Pilgrims from the UK and Ireland would sail down to La Coruña and Ferrol to start their pilgrimage to Santiago. Today we use the route from Ferrol as it is the more scenic route of the two. The Camino Inglés is one of several walks to Santiago, but this is the only one to start off at the coast, which means the first couple of days walking are rewarded with wild coastal scenery before delving into the heart of the Galician countryside. The path then turns inland, through the rural farmlands of Galicia and gives you the chance to really enjoy this region of Spain, its people and cuisine. After passing the peak at Bruma-Meson do Vento it is downhill most of the way into the vibrant city of Santiago. Its stunning Romanesque Cathedral signals the end of your walk.
Doninos, Esmelle and St. George's Beach are beaches in Ferrol, Spain. Ferrol is privileged to have, within its borders, several high quality gorgeous sandy beaches that are ideal for practicing water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, Boogie Board, kite surfing, and surfing. These beaches are also suitable for more relaxing endeavors such as walking in the dunes, or Sun bathing.
A sunny day in one of the beaches
The best known beaches from Northwest to Southwest:
- Ponzos' Beach
- Saint Comba's Beach (also "Santa Comba")
- Saint George's Beach (also "San Xurxo")
- Esmelle's Beach
- Donino's Beach (also "Doniños")
- O Vilar's Beach
- The Frigate's Beach (also "A Fragata")
- A Grana's Beach (also "A Graña")
- Caranza's Beach
The sea has been a vital constant in the growth of this town, first as a fishing village and later as a military stronghold. This town is 52 kilometers from La Coruña. It is full of contrasts, and the charm of its roots as a fishing village lives on in its streets and traditions. Ferrol old town, the Modernist La Magdalena neighborhood, the La Cortina defensive walls (18th century), and the castles of San Felipe and La Palma are just some of its attractions. The main event in the town, however, is the Easter week celebrations, which have the International Tourist Interest designation. They are usually held in March or April, depending on when Easter falls.