Best walks for October Special Offer

October is the perfect month for a walking holiday and to help you plan your next escape CaminoWays.com has a special treat for you: €50 off per person for your October walking holiday.

To enjoy this special offer, just quote the code OCT19 when requesting your itinerary at CaminoWays.com and FrancigenaWays.com. In need of inspiration? We have selected some of the best walks to experience in October.

*Terms and Conditions apply. This special offer is valid for new bookings only to travel any time in October or November 2019. Discounts can’t be combined with other discounts or special offers, such as returning customer discounts. Minimum value per person required is €500.

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Picture of the Rota Vicentina by Jim Gallagher travel journalist.

ROTA VICENTINA: THE FISHERMENS TRAIL

A magnificent coastal trail along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in Southern Portugal, the scenery on the Rota Vicentina Fishermen’s Trail is simply breathtaking. October is the best time of the year to walk this superb coastal route, particularly if you are into bird watching, as Cape St Vincent is a privileged place for spotting migratory birds this time of the year.

An 10-night trip from Porto Covo to Sagres starts at €965 per person sharing including accommodation, breakfast, luggage transfers and holiday pack with route information.

More details about this walking trail: ROTA VICENTINA.

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CAMINO PORTUGUÉS FROM PORTO

The Camino Portugués is the second most popular Camino de Santiago trail amongst pilgrims, after the classic Camino Francés. We suggest you start your Camino journey from colourful Porto, home of Port wine, and take this historic trail north towards Santiago de Compostela, walking across small vineyards and forest tracks, stopping for the night in historic towns such as Barcelos, Valenca do Minho and Tui. You can walk from Porto to Santiago in just 2 weeks.

A 14-night trip from Porto to Santiago de Compostela starts at €1463 per person sharing including accommodation, breakfast, 10 dinners, luggage transfers and holiday pack with route information.

More details about this Camino route: CAMINO FROM PORTO.

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CAMINO TO ROME

Walk the last stretch of the Via Francigena trail to Rome, a path taken by pilgrims to Rome since medieval times. Starting in the picturesque town of Viterbo you will cross the Lazio countryside on your way to the Eternal City where we recommend you spend 2 nights to take in all the amazing sights and fascinating archaeology in the city.

A 7-night trip from Viterbo to Rome starts at €778 per person sharing including accommodation, breakfast, 3 dinners, luggage transfers and holiday pack with route information.

More details about the Via Francigena to Rome: CAMINO TO ROME.

All tours include access to our 24/7 support number during your trip. Not included: flights, transport, insurance. Airport pick up and hotel upgrades are also available.

*Please note Terms & Conditions apply. Discount is available for new bookings and can’t be combined with other discounts or special offers.

For more information about the best walks for October and to book an unforgettable trip, contact our travel experts. Don’t forget to mention the code OCT19 to enjoy your special discount.

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Comments

  1. By Maria

    Hi Joan, that’s fantastic, what about walking to Muxia on the Atlantic Coast? https://caminoways.com/ways/finisterre-way-camino-fisterra/camino-finisterre-way or the Via de la Plata from Ourense, which is great in Autumn: https://caminoways.com/ways/via-de-la-plata-camino-mozarabe/via-de-la-plata-section-10. Let us know if you’d like us to prepare an itinerary for you. Kind regards. Maria

  2. By Maria

    Hi Dorothy, you can walk the last stretch of the famous Camino Frances in just 6 days, see details here: https://caminoways.com/ways/french-way-camino-frances/french-way-section-8 or the last stretch of the Camino Portugues route from Baiona: https://caminoways.com/ways/portuguese-coastal-way-caminho-da-costa/portuguese-coastal-way-section-2, let us know if you’d like us to send you an itinerary and quote. Kindest regards. Maria

  3. By Joan mc coy

    I have done the sarrio to Santiago and Portuguese coastal way Camino I want to do another part what would you recommend please

  4. By Dorothy Murphy

    I would like a short Camino break for my daughter and myself perhaps only walking the last stretch to Santiago

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