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Santiago - Finisterre - Muxia - Santiago

ninjaaka

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#1
Hello!

This is the plan for this year. Leaving Santiago towards Finisterre. Then go to Muxia and return to Santiago by bike.
I've been on the internet to learn more about the return of Muxia to Santiago, but information is scarce.
Has anyone returned to Santiago by bicycle?
What is the best way to do the course? How are we going to do it? Or Santiago - Muxia - Finisterra - Santiago?
Advice, tips and more are welcome!

Cheers!
 
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ninjaaka

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Caminho Portugues (2011)
Caminho Portugues (2012)
Caminho Portugues Costa (2015)

ninjaaka

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Camino(s) past & future
Caminho Portugues (2011)
Caminho Portugues (2012)
Caminho Portugues Costa (2015)
#5
Not by bus. It has to be done by bicycle. Thanks!
 

caminka

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#6
that was back in 2012, but I found the waymarking from muxía to santiago, but especially from muxía to olveiroa, a bit on the scarce side, and certainly not pointing in my direction. if I didn't have a detailed description with me, I might have got lost more then just once or twice. since then, pilgrims have reported that the situation has improved.
as I remember, the whole route is doable by bike. if you are uncertain, there are plenty of quiet small roads that will get you to your destination. but you'll need a map for this.
 

ninjaaka

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#7
that was back in 2012, but I found the waymarking from muxía to santiago, but especially from muxía to olveiroa, a bit on the scarce side, and certainly not pointing in my direction. if I didn't have a detailed description with me, I might have got lost more then just once or twice. since then, pilgrims have reported that the situation has improved.
as I remember, the whole route is doable by bike. if you are uncertain, there are plenty of quiet small roads that will get you to your destination. but you'll need a map for this.
Thanks for the answer. Maybe I can get a GPS track.
Let's hope so!
 



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