The Camino Portugués por la Costa De Porto a Santiago por la Costa

Activity :
Walking or Cycling or Easy Walking or Easy Cycling
Duration :
Hasta 13 noches
Distance :
262 km
Difficulty :
Medium
Tour Type :
Self-Guided
Time To Go :
De marzo a octubre
Price :
1 semana desde €530
Reviews :
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Gary, Canada - October 2018
Camino Ways.com made sure that our walk to Santiago de Compostela by the Coastal Portuguese route was perfect. All meals, accommodations and travel arrangements were top notch and we were able to walk without any worries about anything. We definitely recommend Camino Ways.com
Lorena, United States - June 2018
"We had 22 people in our group, 14 adults and 8 older teens/young adults. Camino Ways did an excellent job of coordinating all of the details of our trip. The luggage transport was seamless and we enjoyed the surprise of the different types of accommodations that awaited us each evening. They were very helpful with small issues that arose before and during the trip and we all felt it was an incredible value for the price. The walk is an incredible experience and we all were moved by it. Very safe and well-marked, so much so that we were very comfortable letting the kids go ahead of us and we would just meet up with them at the end of the day. A trip we will never forget."
Clairissa, Ireland - May 2018
"What a beautiful route, filled with rugged Atlantic sea scapes . Very doable for novice walkers. Would highly recommend a stayover in Oia, old fishing village the most quaintest place of the whole trip!"
Thorunn, Iceland - April 2018
"Dear CaminoWays, Just a few words of thanks and appreciation upon our return home to Iceland after touring the Portugese Coastal Route from Porto to Santiago de Compostela. We would never be able to find the appropriate words to describe the wonderful experience we had. The scenery is beautiful and so is the exercise and piece of mind you gain when you walk all by yourself tens of kilometers every day. Throughout the tour we never had an instant where your organisation of the trip failed in any manner. Drivers who picked us up and drove to airports were on time and service minded, all hotels were beyond expectations, and we felt safe and secure realising how thorough all your preparation was. Bottom line - we feel fortunate that we chose you to plan our trip and the whole tour was an experience which will be valued and never forgotten." 5 May 2018
Mary, United States - September 2016
"This September I did my second trip with Camino Ways. My husband and I walked for 16 days. We started in Porto, Portugal and walked to Santiago (12 days) and then on to Finisterre (4 days.) I highly recommend Camino Ways! They handled the accommodations, which included breakfast every day and dinner 12 nights. This Camino is not nearly as popular as the French Way, but it is very lovely. I took hundreds of pictures. Each day was an exciting adventure. The luggage transfers worked perfectly. What a pleasure to only carry your day back and have your luggage shuttled to the next destination."
Tiarnan, Ireland - August 2016
"I thought their recommendation was great. We were travelling around for over 3 weeks of which the Camino was only 1 week of it. We both loved Porto and the walking was really nice with the sea breeze. We definitely intend to return and finish the walk as far as Santiago. We only did 4 days of walking and each day seemed to bring something different. Walking by the sea for the full first day was lovely but then the more agricultural areas the second day also had their charms. I think the 4th days walking from Viana do Castelo to Vila Praia de Ancora was probably the nicest with all the Eucalyptus forests trails and great views."
Activity:
Walking or Cycling or Easy Walking or Easy Cycling
Duration:
Hasta 13 noches
Distance:
262 km
Difficulty:
Medium
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
De marzo a octubre
Price:
1 semana desde €530
Rating:

El Camino Portugués por la Costa desde Porto también llamado Caminho da Costa es una buena alternativa al tradicional Camino Portugués. El recorrido empieza en la pintoresca ciudad de Porto, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Durante 12 días visitarás maravillosas ciudades y pueblos costeros del norte de Portugal y sur de Galicia. Un increíble viaje entre la costa y las montañas.

Desde Caminha hasta A Guarda (Galicia), harás tu recorrido en ferry y pasarás por el corazón de las Rías Baixas para continuar tu camino a Santiago.

Descubre la belleza del Atlántico y las playas del norte de Portugal y del sur de Galicia, deleita tu paladar con deliciosos mariscos y vinos regionales. Visita los bonitos pueblos pesqueros que el país ofrece y relájate con la brisa marina.

* Ten en cuenta que el Caminho da Senda Litoral sigue la línea de la costa, mientras que el Caminho da Costa está mejor señalizado se desplaza tierra adentro a veces y se superpone con el Senda Litoral en ciertas secciones. Si tomas el Caminho da Costa, no te preocupes, el camino te llevará de vuelta al mismo punto final. Revisa los mapas y las notas a pie provistas.

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5
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Mary, United States

My husband and I walked for 16 days. We started in Porto, Portugal and walked to Santiago (12 days) and then on to Finisterre (4 days.) I highly recommend Camino Ways! They handled the accommodations, which included breakfast every day and dinner 12 nights.

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