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Weather on Coastal Camino Portugues in mid-November

Camino(s) past & future
November, 2018
#1
Hello, I am not finding much information from pilgrims about the weather on coastal camino Portugues in mid-November. Anyone has experience on the coast in November? Anything would be helpful. Thank you!
 

JCLima

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Caminho Português (Out/2016)
#2
Hello, I am not finding much information from pilgrims about the weather on coastal camino Portugues in mid-November. Anyone has experience on the coast in November? Anything would be helpful. Thank you!
In theory it is supposed to be rainy/cold/windy but we will have to wait and see how is it going to be this year.
 

Chrisp

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances: 2014
EPW: 2015
Portuguese Camino: 2016
TMB: 2016
Rota Vicentina: 2017
#3
If you’d like an alternative suggestion, try the Rota Vicentina, or the Fisherman’s Way, from Porto Covo, south of Lisbon. We did this walk to Sagres, about 200km, last November and the weather was fantastic then. Bom Camino
 
Camino(s) past & future
November, 2018
#4
If you’d like an alternative suggestion, try the Rota Vicentina, or the Fisherman’s Way, from Porto Covo, south of Lisbon. We did this walk to Sagres, about 200km, last November and the weather was fantastic then. Bom Camino
Thank you, Chrisp! Good to have plan B :)
 

surya8

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Portugues Central, Santarem-Santiago - 2017; Portugues Interior, Sanabres, Fisterra & Muxia - 2018
#6
I walked between Lisbon and Porto at the end of Oct, was very warm and pleasant, even sometimes hot to walk, only a couple of days with a slight drizzle, although after Porto in early Nov the weather changed to the worse, some rains and winds came. I also came to stay near Porto end of Nov - mid of Dec, remember the wind, rains, cold and humidity, especially inside the houses as no central heating there. Presume it's better when you walk but I'd take some warm socks and clothes to wear in the albergues just in case. Waterproof/windproof should be necessary for outdoors in Nov.
 

Lawrence Ross

Stop and Rest
Camino(s) past & future
I've walked small sections in Portugal and Galicia. I now live on the Caminho at Vila Nova de Cerveira and hope to provide refreshments,wifi and accommodation to peregrinos.
#8
Hi I live in northern Portugal on the camino between Caminha and Vila Nova da Cerveira. The comments already left here about the weather sum it up very accurately so I won't add any more. However I would like to inform you of accommodations I offer pilgrims, have a look, we'll take good care of you.
http://www.casagwendoline.com/
Lawrence
 


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