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  1. Isabel Janeira

    Lisbon to Porto via SINTRA & Fatima

    Yes, that's the most recent Camino and it's called Caminho do Mar. It starts at Estoril. http://www.cnc.pt/artigo/3126
  2. Isabel Janeira

    Walking Porto to Santiago late Sept/Early Oct

    It's completely different from the trails from Sarria to Santiago. There are few walkers on the Portuguese Camino.
  3. Isabel Janeira

    Getting from Santiago to Lisbon

    I have never heard of it but the following regulation, instead: The 8 hours are consecutive hours, so they include driving and all other time (including any breaks that are less than 30 minutes). The rules say you have to stop driving CMVs once you reach 8 consecutive hours past the end of your...
  4. Isabel Janeira

    Walking Porto to Santiago late Sept/Early Oct

    I have no idea at all, as Valença was my starting point...
  5. Isabel Janeira

    Walking Porto to Santiago late Sept/Early Oct

    I have never used albergues but hotels/hostals booked by a Spanish travel agency.
  6. Isabel Janeira

    Walking Porto to Santiago late Sept/Early Oct

    Well, it all depends on how you can endure long walking. I myself, have my own limits - 15 km daily - . Furthermore, as I'm very fond of photography I need time to walk and take photos. I never like walking in a hurry with no time to stop and smell the rose....
  7. Getting close to Portomarin

    Getting close to Portomarin

    Albergue
  8. Church

    Church

    Sarriá
  9. Sarriá

    Sarriá

    Leaving Saeeiá
  10. Portomarin

    Portomarin

    View of Portomarin from the other side of the bridge
  11. Sarrià

    Sarrià

  12. Isabel Janeira

    Walking Porto to Santiago late Sept/Early Oct

    As you write, the weather is unpredictable but generally saying, at that time the weather is fine, I mean, not hot, not cold, not rainy, either. I did it from Valença to Santiago and albergues are not closed yet. This happens normally from November on. The Camino is of medium/low difficulty...
  13. Isabel Janeira

    Getting from Santiago to Lisbon

    There is a daily bus (Internorte) from Santiago to Oporto, taking 3,15 hours and then you can take a train from Oporto to Lisbon. The bus ticket costs €33.0.
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