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

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#1
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is: https://goo.gl/Rt2Vz4

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from Brierly!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0t7as1eoitaj043/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf?dl=0


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2r2eopyd0igs6g7/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx?dl=0

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian

Edit 2018-05-08 it's also located in the ressources section of the forum with more description at https://www.caminodesantiago.me/com...df-route-portugues-route-monacal-coastal.404/
 
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wayfarer

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Staff member
Camino(s) past & future
SJPP-Santiago-Finistera-Muxia. April/May 2012
Sarria-Santiago Sept. 2013
SJPP - Almost Orrison April 2014
#2
Thank you for sharing this.
Buen Camino.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Portugal coastal routeSept 2015
#3
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YjQVotp9btlbTUx6YDMgFpHcm3__9msYMJ_nHKOe2E/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from urcamino.com, Brierly and the guides on this forum!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian
This is so kind--thank you!
 

Sullykerry

A Humble Veteran
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Fall 2014
Caminho Portugues September 2015
#4
How can I buy you dinner? Your spreadsheet is greatly appreciated. I start my Caminho Portugues during the first week of September. I have noted several places where you have stayed as they coincide with my reservations. Thank you so much for your efforts.
 

jirit

Moderator
Staff member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2007,
Via Francigena Italy, 2008,
Jakobsweg Austria 2010,
Camino Frances 2011,
Le Puy to Lourdes 2012,
Via de la Plata 2013,
Future:
Ökumenischer (Via Regia), Germany,
Lycian Way, Turkey
#5
Christian

You may want to add these documents to the camino resources section on this forum
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#6
How can I buy you dinner? Your spreadsheet is greatly appreciated. I start my Caminho Portugues during the first week of September. I have noted several places where you have stayed as they coincide with my reservations. Thank you so much for your efforts.
:) Happy to read - you can send me a cheers when you've used one of the accomodations from the list, and I'll be more than happy! Good that someone else can use it!

And I haven't actually been there yet - it's for my March camino - preparing early.

Christian

You may want to add these documents to the camino resources section on this forum
Thanks! I didn't know that I could add stuff there as a common user, but will do!

buen camino
Christian
 
Camino(s) past & future
C. Frances, Roncesvalles to SdC 2010
C. Frances, SJPDP to Sdc 2012
C.Frances,SJPDP to Finisterre 2014
C.Portuguese, Lisbon to SdC(hopscotch) Sept. 2015
C. Frances SJPDP to Muxia 2017
#7
Thank you! This will truly allow me to set my own pace.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Frances Part in April 2011
Frances April 2014
Camino Portuguese (Oct 2015)
#9
Thanks so much! I've downloaded it to consult with the itinerary I've prepared for a 20km per day average of walking from Lisbon. We leave Sydney on Sunday and start walking on Wednesday. I hope we'd prepared.
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#10
Hello my friends,

now I have entered hostals, albergues, hotels, pensions, bed&breakfasts, doghouses, camping places......in other words EVERYTHING I could find on this forum, Brierley, old lists and a bunch of blogs into this massive list of accomodation!!!!!

So the list is done and all is left is a bit of housecleaning in it and keepint it up to date - I'll scan this forum and several of the other places, but basically the list is in a state that is "good enough"!!

I've been highly motivated underway by the sweet comments from some of you in the threads here - thanks!

Help me keeping it usefull and let me know if something changes along the route :) And if someone wants to add the central route to the list (the Porto-Barcelos-Ponte de Lima-Tui-Redondela-section) I'll be happy to add another sheet to the GoogleDoc and let someone else build and maintain that part of the route.

/Christian

PS. Ok, I didn't enter all the places in Santiago from Brierley....there's more than 80 places on the list now, so I don't think accomodation there will be a problem even when missing some from Brierley!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Português, last year, and Francês probably this year
#12
Hi Christian
I'm planing doing another Camino next year (I have done the French one last April/May) and your tips for this one are welcome.
Thank you.

Artur Almeida
 

Tina V

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
portuguese (2015)
#13
Hey,
I have really appreciated your document so far! I'm currently walking the camino Portuguese right now. I've made it as far as Tomar, and your list has been helpful. A couple additions for you: there is no cost to stay with the Bombadeiros in Golega. Looking ahead, there is no hostel in Cruce Cortica, O Bras is in Alvaiazere. You've also got the Casa Diocesana de Nossa Senhora do Socorro doubled on there as "after the forest" and "Albergaria-a-velha". I'll let you know of anything else I notice if it comes up as I go!
Thanks again
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#14
Thanks for the feedback, Tina V :)

Is is excactly what I have been hoping for - it's hard to get it right from my living room, equipped with Google maps and lots of searching and good places on the internet! But feedback is more than appreciated - thanks again! I've updated the sheet with your comments :)

Bom caminho!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Frances
#15
Hi and thanks so much for the accommodation list. I am planning the french route for next year but have seriously itchy feet at the moment and as I am in Spain, I am aiming to head to Porto next week to do the portugese route. As this is last minute, I am noticing it is not as high profile as the French way.

Are there any online maps with the route ? even better ideas of stages

Is it well marked

Are there any apps ?

All I can find is google maps that people have uploaded and each one seems different
 

Jopoke

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances September 2015
Lisbon to Santigo May 2016
Porto coastal route to Santiago Oct 2016
#16
Fantastic information. We are going from Lisbon to Santiago and this is so far the only list with kms between towns. I have now downloaded on to my android so I can check daily for accomadation. Do you know the full distance from Porto to Santiago on both routes?
 

Albertinho

ninguém disse que era fácil
Camino(s) past & future
2013 Lisboa - Santiago
2014 Ferrol -Santiago
2015 Porto -Santiago
2018 Porto -Valença
#17
Fantastic information. We are going from Lisbon to Santiago and this is so far the only list with kms between towns. I have now downloaded on to my android so I can check daily for accomadation. Do you know the full distance from Porto to Santiago on both routes?
Both are about 250 kms
 
#18
Hi and thanks so much for the accommodation list. I am planning the french route for next year but have seriously itchy feet at the moment and as I am in Spain, I am aiming to head to Porto next week to do the portugese route. As this is last minute, I am noticing it is not as high profile as the French way.

Are there any online maps with the route ? even better ideas of stages

Is it well marked

Are there any apps ?

All I can find is google maps that people have uploaded and each one seems different
Hi, Tony,
I always like looking at the gps tracks, because they are layered on top of real photos of the terrain. I have found almost any camino trail you can imagine on wikilocs, here is the Portugues from Lisbon. http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=4046704

Check out the forum guide from Porto, it hasn´t been updated in a few years but I think it's probably pretty accurate still. https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/the-camino-portugués-–-oporto-to-santiago.124/

Bom caminho, Laurie
 
#19
Fantastic information. We are going from Lisbon to Santiago and this is so far the only list with kms between towns. I have now downloaded on to my android so I can check daily for accomadation. Do you know the full distance from Porto to Santiago on both routes?
Hi, Jopoke,
I've linked to the forum's guide from Porto to Santiago on my previous post, but there is also one for Lisbon to Porto, I think it may help you.
https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/lisbon-to-porto-2015-version.298/

According to several GPS tracks on wikilocs, Lisbon to Santiago is about 600 km.
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#20
Hi, Tony,
I always like looking at the gps tracks, because they are layered on top of real photos of the terrain. I have found almost any camino trail you can imagine on wikilocs, here is the Portugues from Lisbon. http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=4046704
.....
Thanks for reminding me of Wikiloc - it is an amazing collection of routes! I've added my own route there ad well now with
http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/spatialArtifacts.do?event=setCurrentSpatialArtifact&id=12251892

In other news, I've incorporated the updated information from Brierley's 7th edition into the sheet as well as all the updates from Vialustiana's Portuguese pages.

So the list of places to sleep is ready for 2016!! And I'll start using it myself in a few weeks :)
 

MaidinBham

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances SJPP to Muxia, April (2014)
Camino Portuguese Lisbon>Santiago, April/May (2016)
#21
Hi, Tony,
I always like looking at the gps tracks, because they are layered on top of real photos of the terrain. I have found almost any camino trail you can imagine on wikilocs, here is the Portugues from Lisbon. http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=4046704

Check out the forum guide from Porto, it hasn´t been updated in a few years but I think it's probably pretty accurate still. https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/the-camino-portugués-–-oporto-to-santiago.124/

Bom caminho, Laurie
Thanks Laurie for link to Wikiloc, what a great website!

Janice
 

MaidinBham

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances SJPP to Muxia, April (2014)
Camino Portuguese Lisbon>Santiago, April/May (2016)
#22
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YjQVotp9btlbTUx6YDMgFpHcm3__9msYMJ_nHKOe2E/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from Brierly!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian
Wow - you put so much effort into this document! Thanks so much Christian. I totally missed the second page when I first linked to it, lots of other great resources on spreadsheet, and I dig your Wikiloc. I will have to get app, and will see if it can be viewed offline.
I arrive Lisbon 4/26, and slowly piecing together the puzzle. Thanks for sharing.

Buen Camino

Janice
 

Elle Bieling

Elle Bieling, PilgrimageTraveler
Camino(s) past & future
Inglés (2014, 2018), Finisterre (2014, 2018) Primitivo (2015), Portuguese var routes (2017, 2018)
#23
I echo the warm and hearty thanks! You should be on your Camino at this time. I can't wait to read about your updates. This is absolutely fantastic!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Portugès 2017
#24
Thanks Christian for the collection of data on the Lisboa - Coimbra - Porto - Santiago way, I'm currently planning to go next year and am getting excited just looking at the info. I guess that you are on your way now and I hope that it's going well for you.

Thanks Laurie for including the link to wikiloc, it was the first time for me to see the site - already joined up and downloaded the app! My walking pal and I can use it on our training walks :)
 

Jopoke

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances September 2015
Lisbon to Santigo May 2016
Porto coastal route to Santiago Oct 2016
#25
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YjQVotp9btlbTUx6YDMgFpHcm3__9msYMJ_nHKOe2E/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from Brierly!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian
I seem to be having a problem working out route from Redondelo to Pontevedra. I work it out as 11 kms on yours but 21 kms on google maps? Which one is right?
Regards Jo
 

Albertinho

ninguém disse que era fácil
Camino(s) past & future
2013 Lisboa - Santiago
2014 Ferrol -Santiago
2015 Porto -Santiago
2018 Porto -Valença
#26
I seem to be having a problem working out route from Redondelo to Pontevedra. I work it out as 11 kms on yours but 21 kms on google maps? Which one is right?
Regards Jo
It is 21 km between Redondla and Pontevedra.

Some tips. After coming out of the wood after about 12 km from Pontevedra at the left side is a restaurant , a kind of shabby thing, but you can have a nice meal and nice drinks there. It is a retired couple , the man worked in Germany for many years.

A little bit further on at the right side is a small chapel , called Santa Martha where you can put a stamp on your credential yourself. Just moreless oposite at the left side is a detour of about 5 kms alongside a small beach. A nice off road path. It ends up at the border of Pontevedra close by the albergue the detour is mentioned in Brierley's guide

Bom caminho
 
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EmoJohnson

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Portuguese coastal way (2017)
Camino Frances (May/June 2018)
#27
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YjQVotp9btlbTUx6YDMgFpHcm3__9msYMJ_nHKOe2E/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from Brierly!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14665185/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian
I can't seem to access this. Was it removed?
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#28
It's still there :)

Dropbox had changed its setup, so the links had been changed without me noticing - good that you wrote and asked!

I've updated the links in the first post so it should be available now - please retry and let me know here?

/Christian
 

Welmoed

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
(2017 Camino Portugues)
#29
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YjQVotp9btlbTUx6YDMgFpHcm3__9msYMJ_nHKOe2E/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from Brierly!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0t7as1eoitaj043/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf?dl=0


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2r2eopyd0igs6g7/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx?dl=0

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian
 

Welmoed

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
(2017 Camino Portugues)
#30
Dear Christian, thank you for the list of 'places to sleep', Camino Portugues, is there an updated version by now perhaps? Thank you so much, Welmoed
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#31
Dear Christian, thank you for the list of 'places to sleep', Camino Portugues, is there an updated version by now perhaps? Thank you so much, Welmoed
Hi Welmoed :)

It's been updated today! On the 'Version and info"-sheet, you can find the date it was latest updated.

If you look at the 'resources'-post about it, there's also links to gps-cordinates (they are also in the list, on the 'version and info'-sheet) https://www.caminodesantiago.me/com...df-route-portugues-route-monacal-coastal.404/

bom caminho!
Christian
 

anfear

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
June 2012, Leon to Santiago, 12 days and one of the most memorable experiences of my life so far!
#34
Thank you Christian, most helpful, appreciated!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francés, Camino del Norte, and the Camino Portuguese (May, 2018)
#35
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 similar to one I found for the Camino Frances - and I hope to do it with with your help!

It covers the camino I plan to walk next year following Lisbon->Santarem->Coimbra->Porto and the coastal route from Porto->Viana do Costelo->Viladesuso->Redondela and then onwards to Pontevedra->Caldas de Reis->Santiago.

So it will not cover the cities on the Braga->Ponte de Lima->Valenca section of the route.

I have made it in a GoogleDoc as it is good for teamworking, you are all welcome to comment in it (or send me a mail from it) and I'll happily add or change it based on your input - I will only add/change parts for the route I intend to walk, though.

If you have a lot of new entries, I can give you editing rights so you can update directly in the document.

If you have a Google account, you should be able to comment in it - I have only tested with people using a Google account, so I do not know if everyone can comment in it, but you can also send me a mail from it. Besides, I keep scanning this forum for further updates

Please notice there are two sheets in the GoogleDoc - the first one covers places to sleep, the second one gives an overview of the route and some usefull links to places or maps (at least, usefull to me, that is...) as well as a little overview of my primary sources (and current status of updating!)

Well, without further ado, here it is:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YjQVotp9btlbTUx6YDMgFpHcm3__9msYMJ_nHKOe2E/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know what you think, any places that can be added and if something needs to be changed! Suggestions are more than welcome - let us make this the go-to-document for those using the route :) At the moment of writing this (2015-08-03) it is already the largest single collection of places to sleep available for the route and I'm not finished with entering places from Brierly!

Besides, I make a .pdf and a .xlsx-document for you to download whenever I've made a few updates, so these documents are as up-to-date as possible (but the GoogleDoc is the master-document).

Link to my dropbox with pdf-file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0t7as1eoitaj043/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.pdf?dl=0


Link to dropbox with excel-file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2r2eopyd0igs6g7/Sleeping on the Camino Portugues - route Monacal from Porto.xlsx?dl=0

Let me know what you think of it - and if you have comments, add-ons, changes or suggestions :)

Buen camino!
Christian
This is fantastic. Thank you so much. Love the sharing!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2016)
Camino Portugues (June-2018)
#37
Thank you Christian...truly in the spirit of the Camino--sharing what you have with others...many blessings!
 

cj2003

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
#38
Thanks a lot for your friendly feedback! Today the number of accomodation places reached 500!! A massive milestone, thanks to your input along the way. When I first published the list, it had about 380 places, so a lot has happened :)
 



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