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  1. cj2003

    All places to sleep in one file - Coastal and Central route, Camino Portuguese

    Thanks! The number represents the approx. distance from the previous city on the list - meaning that there is 12km between Porto and Matosinhos, 2km between Matosinhos and Perefita and so on - hope it helps explaining it! bom caminho Christian
  2. cj2003

    All places to sleep in one file - Coastal and Central route, Camino Portuguese

    And just a short shoutout to mention that I've updated the sheet with all entries from the Via Lusitana web site at https://www.vialusitana.org/caminho/albergues It contained 3-4 new places and several phone numbers. So a fresh all-places-in-one-sheet is available, hoping that many pilgrims...
  3. cj2003

    LIVE from the Camino Living on the Camino today

    Thank you for creating beautiful pictures in my mind of the camino as I sit here looking out the window
  4. cj2003

    Coastal Portugués Camino in March this year....

    When we did it in March-April, we didn't have issues finding accomodation, but we often cose b&b's and hostels instead of the albergues. So if you need a list of the albergues and alternatives, you can check the list here...
  5. cj2003

    Accommodation at Saians

    Yes, there are not many places to sleep near Saians - only the albergue, jsalt mentions. It is also on the list here, where you can see the other options in that area....about 8km away :-(...
  6. cj2003

    Recommendations

    You can take a look at all the places at the Variante Espiritual on the list of accomodation at https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/all-places-to-sleep-in-one-file-coastal-and-central-route-camino-portuguese.35534/ Bom caminho!
  7. cj2003

    First-timer looking for Advice

    Regarding daily budget, my estimate (for two persons) would be 30-35€ for accomodation (mainly not albergues) and and 35-50 for food. And I haven't travelled by train in Portugal, so I'm not of much use there - my guess would be that it is relatively cheap as busses are very affordable, but...
  8. cj2003

    Pontevedra to Caldas de Reis - taxi assistance?

    There are several albergue opportunities for accomodation between Pontevedra and Caldas de Reis - have a look at the list at https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/all-places-to-sleep-in-one-file-coastal-and-central-route-camino-portuguese.404/ There's something in Pontecabras...
  9. cj2003

    First-timer looking for Advice

    So much good advice in this thread that I really can't add much. We used the accomodation list from https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/all-places-to-sleep-in-one-file-coastal-and-central-route-camino-portuguese.404/ to make temporary plans each morning, as our distances...
  10. cj2003

    Booking Accommodation on the Porto - Coastal Route departing 21 May 2020

    You can check the entire route for accomodation on the list at https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/all-places-to-sleep-in-one-file-coastal-and-central-route-camino-portuguese.404/ When I check the places in Vila do Conde, there's a few of them with recommendations (under the...
  11. cj2003

    Accomodation list for the Coastal massively updated

    Thanks! I’m not too familiar with that route, but I have posted a couple of suggestions in the thread.
  12. cj2003

    Fatima to Tomar: accommodation?

    As @peregrina2000 writes, Mario is probably the best chance for information. Most guides suggest to do it in one day, but that doesn’t help you much.. Perhaps askimg for the guide for Caminho Nascente at https://www.caminho.com.pt/guias.html could be another way for further information as they...
  13. cj2003

    Accomodation list for the Coastal massively updated

    Hi folks, just a little update that the resource containing all places to sleep along the Coastal has been updated - it now contains more than 320 accomodation places alone on the Coastal route (and even more on the Lisbon-Porto, Central and Spiritual routes) You find it in the resource...
  14. cj2003

    Accommodation Lisboa to Santiago

    You can have a look at the massive list of albergues, residencials, hostals, hotels, camping sites and lots more in the resources section. It covers both the coastal, the central, spiritual and the route from Lisbon->Porto. The places that have been recommended by pilgrims in here and from the...
  15. cj2003

    Albergues Portugal

    You can have a look at the massive list of albergues, residencials, hostals, hotels, camping sites and lots more in the resources section. It covers both the coastal, the central, spiritual and the route from Lisbon->Porto...
  16. cj2003

    All places to sleep in one file - Coastal and Central route, Camino Portuguese

    Thanks! and great to read that it's usefull to pilgrims - what's the link to your travelblog, so I can enjoy the link?
  17. cj2003

    Coastal way from Lisbon in 21 days

    We walked exactely that route and it took us 23 days - an average of about 31km's per day. We could probably have done it 1-2 days faster, but I had issues with my feet.... You can see all the daily stages at https://wewalk.dk/camino-portuguese/ (sorry, but it's in Danish)
  18. cj2003

    Availability of accommodation in October

    and you find a bit more info about that sheet here https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/all-places-to-sleep-in-one-pdf-route-portugues-route-monacal-coastal.404/
  19. cj2003

    Portuguese Coastal Way - Porto to Santiago

    Agree, you can wing it - plenty of places to sleep. Check a lot of them here and booking.com is your friend too.. https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/all-places-to-sleep-in-one-pdf-route-portugues-route-monacal-coastal.404/
  20. cj2003

    Camino Portuguese from Lisbon in early March - accommodation options

    ...well....something felt a bit odd and I just checked. Gronze.com is right and my sheet was wrong - the hotel is before the albergue in Alpriate. Check https://www.gronze.com/etapa/lisboa/alpriate I've updated my sheet accordingly - sorry for the wrong help, but better to rectify than deny...
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