It's possible for resident of Galicia to walk Caminos now, so perhaps there is no need for the pessimism over whether it's possible to walk in April and beyond? The pandemic is obviously on the retreat. Galicia would not allow this otherwise.
The Camino de Santiago, within your region
I have been reading a lot in Spanish that the country will be opened after easter. I hope to start from France but not sure of the border situation with Spain, but is there any border posts?
I realise albergues might not be open, but I can see on booking .com that there are many hotels open now...
The APP is called WindyMaps and has most of the caminos marked. You can download for offline use too. Used it on other hikes in Europe and pretty good.
Aware that late spring might be too late heat wise. It was 18C in Faro today, so already warming up. Will have to see how things play out I guess.
I am planning on starting a camino from near my home (Faro) and walking north through to Santiago do Cacem and then onwards to Santarem, Porto and Santiago de Compostela!
I have walked the Fishermans route before, so fancied a new long distance challenge. Have a couple of questions..