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Tui - Redondela - Looking to break south of Redondela

James X

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Camino(s) past & future
Caminho Central Português: October 2017
Caminho: Coastal / Litoral / Lost: September 2018
Hi - I walked the as part of my Caminho 2 years ago from Tui to Redondela - I ended up walking about 34KM's that day and it was a killer of a day. I am planning to retrace my steps next week (Early October) but not sure if I want to repeat another arduous day. Can anybody advise if there is anyplace roughly 5KM to 10KM south of Redondela to stay . I've looked at Rua (Mos) as it seems ideal but there are very few places to stay. Any Advice Would Be Appreciated
 

surya8

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Portugues Central and Coastal 2017 & 2019; Portugues Interior, Sanabres, Fisterra & Muxia 2018
Can anybody advise if there is anyplace roughly 5KM to 10KM south of Redondela to stay . I've looked at Rua (Mos) as it seems ideal but there are very few places to stay.
There is a municipal albergue in Mos, and there seems to be a private albergue about 3.4km before Redondela. Called Abegue Corisco, located in Padron Saxamonde Camino Romano (that's what it's said in Brierley's), 12 places, 12 euros, ph 986402166, breakfast. There is aslo Pension Basil for 27 euros there. Bom Caminho! :)
 

Guy Strachan

Alba Guido
Camino(s) past & future
Frances ('13/'14), Portugues ('15), Finisterre ('16/'19); Ingles ('17); Sanabres ('18); Invierno '20
Hi - I walked the as part of my Caminho 2 years ago from Tui to Redondela - I ended up walking about 34KM's that day and it was a killer of a day. I am planning to retrace my steps next week (Early October) but not sure if I want to repeat another arduous day. Can anybody advise if there is anyplace roughly 5KM to 10KM south of Redondela to stay . I've looked at Rua (Mos) as it seems ideal but there are very few places to stay. Any Advice Would Be Appreciated
Hi James - it is a bit of a stretch that leg - I remember it well!
Could break your journey in Porrini (albeit only circa 15 km) which is quite a nice, small town with plenty of shops, bars restaurants and a 40 bed Albergue (over the rail tracks & the River Louro). Also a hostal and an hotel, I think.
Or, walk another 4.0k approx to Cabaleiros which has a relatively new Albergue with bar opposite.
Unfortunately, after that I think the sleep-over options are pretty limited until Redondela?
Good luck y Buen Camino!
 

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