O Camiño dos Faros en Los Angeles Times y The Boston Globe

O Camiño dos Faros salta el charco y aparece en dos medios de Estados Unidos. En este caso, es el paquete ofrecido por la touroperadora inglesa On Foot In Spain.

Los Angeles Times (también conocido como LA Times) es un periódico de circulación diaria publicado en Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos y distribuido en los estados de occidente de este país, propiedad de Tribune Company. Con una circulación de 843.432 lectores por día a septiembre de 2005, es el segundo periódico metropolitano más grande en los Estados Unidos después de The New York Times.

Explore one of the last unspoiled coastlines of Europe on a 10-night walking tour that features sandy beaches, lonely capes and soaring cliffs on the Costa da Morte in northwest Spain. On Foot Holidays, based in England, will begin offering the route in April.
The journey spans 124 miles along the coast in Galicia and is self-guided.
The route, sometimes called Lighthouse Way (Camino dos Faros), is dotted with fishing villages and thriving small ports. It begins in Malpica and ends in Finisterre near Santiago de Compostela. The closest airport is Madrid.
Dates: April and later
Price: From $1,107 per person, double occupancy. Includes 10 nights in bed and breakfast, luggage transfers, route notes and information pack. Shorter tours are available. International airfare not included.
Info: On Foot Holidays

The Boston Globe  es un periódico diario de Boston (Massachusetts). Fue propiedad de The New York Times Company entre 1993 y 2013, cuando fue vendido al empresario John W. Henry. Su principal competidor es el Boston Herald. The Globe mantiene el octavo lugar en el promedio de circulación semanal de periódicos estadounidenses y sus periodistas han ganado 18 premios Pulitzer.


Take a new 10-day self-guided walking tour along the coast of northwest Spain with On Foot Holidays. The UK-based company offers a new Camino dos Faros (Lighthouse Way) tour that lets travelers walk at their own pace while immersing themselves in the culture and cuisine of Galicia, one of the quieter, less-trodden areas of Spain. This stunning 124-mile route takes walkers by grand cliffs, sandy beaches, and expansive capes punctuated by lighthouses. Enjoy fresh seafood in little fishing villages and meet locals along the way. Walk approximately 9 to 16 miles per day. The company can arrange shortcuts using local taxi drivers, and drop-off and pickup points for walkers who prefer shorter days or more beach time. Or do a shorter 5- or 7-day trip starting at Camarinas or Laxe, respectively, and finishing at Cape Finisterre lighthouse, the ending point for the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. Tours start April 2018. Rates start at [£830] per person based on double occupancy, including 10 nights bed and breakfast, all luggage transfers, route notes, and an information pack; flights and airport transfers not included. www.onfootholidays.co.uk.