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portuguese route

  1. Coleen Clark

    Unburdening Point on the Portuguese?

    Camino Frances has Cruz de Ferro, where you leave the symbolic stone that carries all your burdens. I loved that part of my Camino, it was a high point. Now in August I will walk the Camino Portuguese, and I'm wondering if there is a like feature on this or any other route to Santiago? I've seen...
  2. Fatma

    Starting May, 10th

    Hi I am a new Camino Walker and I will start to walk from Porto to Santiago taking the route Rates-Barcelos-Ponto de Lima-Valenca over to Spain. Starting on 10th of May and I'm a little nervous. Is anyone planning to start at the same day? Wd be happy if I cd walk some miles with someone before...
  3. jena.

    Camino Portuguese -- tips? advice?

    Hello! I will be doing the last portion of the Portuguese camino (Porto to Santiago to Finnestere) in May of this year -- any advice on routes, albergues, or must sees? I completed the Camino Frances in 2014 (SJPP to Santiago) and am excited to be back. My guide book shows multiple routes to...
  4. faye bettencourt

    deciding on best route for my first camino de santiago

    I am in my early sixties and planning to walk the camino in June 2016 with my best friend. We want to walk a coastal route and are trying decide if we should do part of the norte in Spain or the Portuguese coastal route. We are both active having run several 10k races. Any advice for two women...
  5. MyDestinationGalicia

    Pilgrim Statistics with Baiona as Point of Departure

    I've just been looking at the Stats. from the Pilgrim Office which does show that 2015 will be a record year for numbers of pilgrims commencing their camino along the Coastal Way from Baiona.... which looking at previous years is growing in significance as a point of departure. Any observations...
  6. HighlandHind

    "Warts and all" blog of the Portuguese

    Three years on from walking the Frances and a year after the Finisterre route I'm now on the Camino Portuguese and writing a "warts and all" blog as I walk. It's at highlandhind.wordpress.com if you'd like to join me on the way.
  7. grayland

    New Guide for the Coastal Route thru Vigo.

    I have mentioned before in another thread that I walked with a girl from Oz and a young couples from Ireland and Germany. The Oz girl had a new guide she picked up in Porto at "the famous old bookstore"...I do not know what that may be. I asked her by Facebook if she could send me the...
  8. D

    Help finding a tricycle for disabled pilgrim in Porto

    Greetings, We are trying to find tricycle for a disabled pilgrim in Porto. The trip will start in late September 2015. We are grateful for any suggestions. What would be the safest route? Any recommended reading? Thank you, Anita
  9. cj2003

    All places to sleep in one .pdf - Route Portugues - Route Monacal/Coastal Oct 23rd 2017

    Hi friends! this resource contains as many places to sleep along the route as possible - albergues, hotels, pensions and much more in one document, handy to bring with you on the camino. It covers the camino I walked in 2016 following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route...
  10. cj2003

    All places to sleep in one .pdf - Route Portugues - Route Monacal/Coastal

    Hi friends! this is my attempt to make a document with as many places to sleep along the route as possible - albergues, hotels, pensions and much more in one document, handy to bring with you on the camino. So it's a "All places to sleep on the Route Portugues - Route Monacal/Coastal" a bit...
  11. B

    Which last 100 Km.? Should I do Camino Frances or Portugal?

    Hello Camino Community! Since I am new to this site and wanting to do a pilgrimage in July (the only time I have), I want to know which 6 days to Santiago? Last 100 km to Santiago the Portugese way or the Frances way?


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