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  1. MyDestinationGalicia

    Eating vegetarian in Logrono

    I agree with your choices subject to a few comments : Camino Vegano is closed. Sol Veggie not El Sol see https://g.page/solveggie-rest?share For pinchos it's got to be Bar Angel and their mushroom pincho see https://goo.gl/maps/q5iU5DtsTuZXJFVK9
  2. MyDestinationGalicia

    One amazing day on Camino dos Faros/Costa da Morte!

    The route is well marked and easy to follow although the green arrows are small bit still easy to find. It's marked in the one direction only so you should start in Mapica de Bergantiños and walk south to Finisterre not the other way around which understandably is virtually impossible to follow...
  3. MyDestinationGalicia

    New guide in English.

    By way of the final update Asun's Association "Amigos do Camiño de Santiago por Valdeorras" finally published in late Summer the fifth edition in spanish of their excellent guidebook of the Winter Way together with the English version (a second edition will be coming out in future as the print...
  4. MyDestinationGalicia

    English guide to the Camino Inverno.

    By way of the final update Asun's Association "Amigos do Camiño de Santiago por Valdeorras" finally published in late Summer the fifth edition in spanish of their excellent guidebook of the Winter Way together with the English version (a second edition will be coming out in future as the print...
  5. MyDestinationGalicia

    New, illustrated English Guide to Camino de Invierno

    By way of the final update Asun's Association "Amigos do Camiño de Santiago por Valdeorras" finally published in late Summer the fifth edition in spanish of their excellent guidebook of the Winter Way together with the English version (a second edition will be coming out in future as the print...
  6. MyDestinationGalicia

    Info about Starting Camino in Barcelona

    Agreed!! Lots of beautiful stages involved,love to make the time to try them !
  7. MyDestinationGalicia

    Info about Starting Camino in Barcelona

    Yes a map is a map but your right there's not much info in English but try the website of the Catalan Regional Government..see https://web.gencat.cat/en/temes/turisme/ That sounds like a cunning plan..5 different Caminos Catalan, Aragon, Arles Way, Northern Way & French Way ?
  8. MyDestinationGalicia

    Info about Starting Camino in Barcelona

    Mundet Metro is on outskirts of Barcelona see Mundet 08035 Barcelona https://maps.app.goo.gl/qmrM4Cv7X7bcpzQV8 You can walk from Plaça San Juame in centre but it's not marked but from Laberint D'Horta close to Mundet Metro Station you pick up the yellow arrows see Laberint d'Horta Park Passeig...
  9. MyDestinationGalicia

    Info about Starting Camino in Barcelona

    I just wanted to share some info for those who want to start their Camino in Barcelona. See http://empresa.gencat.cat/web/.content/20_-_turisme/publicacions/documents/arxius/doc_13378668_1.pdf There's a variation in the Camino for those who don't want to start at beginning at Port de la Selva...
  10. MyDestinationGalicia

    Braga-SDC on Camino Geira etapa by etapa.

    Thanks for sharing. I will be promoting this Route alot in the future.. must keep in touch.. cheers
  11. MyDestinationGalicia

    Luggage transfer along the coastal route

    Yes Tuitrans are good. But from Galicia you can use Oficina de Correos who charge 4€ per stage if you go all the way to Santiago or 5€ for one off stages.
  12. MyDestinationGalicia

    Backpack transport on the Invierno?

    Oficina de Correos offer the best service on the Camino when you are in Galicia..I've used before on occasions from A Rua onwards and it's always an excellent,cheap & reliable service...Many of places you stay at can do it too if you ask especially in Spanish or Galician as most small businesses...
  13. MyDestinationGalicia

    Shout out for O Pillaban in A Rua

    The explanation is quite simple Asun's mother is very old now and with ill health. Asun has to look after her and can't be in two places at once. Her Albergue now only serves as an information point. This is explained in her website : http://caminodeinvierno.es/. By the way the English version...
  14. MyDestinationGalicia

    Bus Mos to Redondela

    The Camino from Tui to O Porriño then Mos onto Redondela is worth walking..before O Porriño the new riverside walk is beautiful..after Mos it's great too..nothing dangerous if you follow the yellow arrows...
  15. MyDestinationGalicia

    ☀️ and heat in Santiago

    It's been real hot from Baiona to Vigo and today from Vigo to Redondela.. sweltering from real early...80 Portuguese pilgrims just past me who started in Oporto !! That's some group !!
  16. MyDestinationGalicia

    Camino Portugues - Tui to O Porriño

    Yes I agree with you..it's a beautiful walk. In fact I enjoy the walk from O Porriño to Redondela too..although upon leaving the town along the main road ignore the mojon which directs you to go up a hill to your right..it's a waste of time & brings you back down to the road! But to Mos and...
  17. MyDestinationGalicia

    Travelling the Invierno in style

    I've got the same knee problem but it doesn't stop me walking. Best to keep active and with good diet the cartilage can regrow...
  18. MyDestinationGalicia

    Get Camino Passport in Vigo?

    Santiago de Vigo church Rúa de García Barbón, 20, 36201 Vigo, Pontevedra 986 43 28 06 https://maps.google.com/?cid=8613481790750536786 Best to go just before mass at 7:30 pm..you can knock on priests door to right of altar.
  19. MyDestinationGalicia

    Terraced vineyards

    The terraced vineyards are dramatic at Belesar as you cross the bridge over the River Miño. The Camino then climbs steeply to Chantada. The winery Via Romana is next to the Camino as you climb up to Chantada. You can stop there,admire the views and taste some wines. Martin will show you around...
  20. MyDestinationGalicia

    The Vigo Nightmare

    That's not a good route! The best route is to follow the yellow arrows where he was before from Urzaiz as the route of water to Redondela which hugs the same contour is beautiful with lovely elevated views of the Ria de Vigo & Rande Bridge. You can download Freixo's pdf map of the stage as...

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