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Portugues Coastal November Oia to SDC

Herm

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None-will be first one.Want to do 100-150 km Camino in late November, 2019
Hello. Well I am narrowing down my choices for a Camino in November. I would really like to do the Portugues coastal route from Oia or A Guarda to SDC because I am at my most contemplative moods when near water.
Problem is I'm not sure I can realistically do any more than 15 KM or so a day. I will have about ten days of walking time available. Can anyone suggest a route I might follow to keep to the 15 KM a day ? ( I could stretch that out if needed )
Also I'm assuming I can expect rainy cold weather on that route in mid-late November. Correct assumption?
Thanks for the help !
 
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You are as likely to find accommodations closed as bad weather. Plan accordingly by phoning ahead to find what is actually open.
 

lt56ny

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CF(2012) Le Puy/CF (2015) Portugues (2017) Norte (2018) CF (2019) VDLP?
Use the Gronze.com app and open it in Google Chrome there are lots of listings for albergues, when they are open and reviews. You can also download the Buen Camino or the Wisely app for even more options on places to stay. I think they are both free.
 

Herm

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Camino(s) past & future
None-will be first one.Want to do 100-150 km Camino in late November, 2019
Use the Gronze.com app and open it in Google Chrome there are lots of listings for albergues, when they are open and reviews. You can also download the Buen Camino or the Wisely app for even more options on places to stay. I think they are both free.
Thank you. I will check it out.
 

roving_rufus

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Frances (2013-2015) Portugues (2017-2019) Via Francigena (2018-??) Camino from Ireland (2020-??)
I walked from Vila do Conde as far as Caminha before turning inland up the river to Valencia and onto SdC in January. Most of the albergues were open but as it is a touristy area on coast many B&Bs were shut for the winter season but some were open as well as some hotels. It will need a little planning to get it to work
 

Herm

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Camino(s) past & future
None-will be first one.Want to do 100-150 km Camino in late November, 2019
I walked from Vila do Conde as far as Caminha before turning inland up the river to Valencia and onto SdC in January. Most of the albergues were open but as it is a touristy area on coast many B&Bs were shut for the winter season but some were open as well as some hotels. It will need a little planning to get it to work
Thank you - Yes, I'm finding out just how much planning !
 


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