A Coruña / San Xoán de Sarandóns ( Aquelabanda) – Stage 1 ( 23 km)
The variant of the English Way which starts in A Coruña, begins its route at the Church of Santiago, founded at the beginning of the 13th century. From here it continues to Puerta Real and along Avenida de la Marina with its emblematic galleries dating from the 14th century, going all the way to Los Cantones. Following Sánchez Bregua and Linares Rivas streets, we come to the Plaza de Cuatro Caminos, and along Fernández Latorre and Pérez Arda streets we reach the Eirís district of the city. We go from the municipality of A Coruña to that of Culleredo through O Portazgo, then taking the O Burgo seaside promenade where we can see the Romanesque Church of Santiago and the 12th century mills of Acea de Ama. The route continues through Alvedro, crosses the medieval bridge at A Xira over the River Valiñas and enters the municipality of Cambre, through the parish of Sigrás with its Romanesque church, to head on towards Sobrecarreira and enter the municipality of Carral through San Martín de Tabeaio and crosses the villages of Corpo Santo, Belvís, Sergude and Cañás. The route makes yet another change of municipality in Abegondo, through the population centres of San Xoán de Sarandóns (Aquelabanda)
This village house is located in surroundings of nature, on the River Abelleira, and was known as the “Casa del Molinero Francisco” (House of Francisco the Miller). The house has 4 double bedrooms and 2 singles, all with an en-suite bathroom, in addition to a lounge and dining-room. The establishment is associated with the Costa da Egoa – Molinos de Batán Ecomuseum, and visitors can enjoy a route along the River Abelleira with 14 water mills with weirs and waterfalls, largely joined up by stone water channels.
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