Rough Guides Camino competition

rough-guides-camino-de-santiago-competition-caminowaysWe have great news: CaminoWays.com has partnered with the fantastic team at Rough Guides to give one lucky winner the chance to win a superb Camino de Santiago holiday.

The prize is a week for two people on the Portuguese Coastal Way route of the Camino de Santiago, walking from the seaside town of Baiona, in the heart of the Rías Baixas, to Santiago de Compostela.

The Portuguese Coastal Way is one of our newest routes and a less-travelled path to Santiago de Compostela hugging the Atlantic Coast all the way from Porto to Santiago. This superb Camino route gives walkers the chance to experience the wild beauty of the Atlantic Coast of Northern Portugal and Southern Galicia, as well as indulging in some of the finest seafood in Europe and probably the world!

Winners of the Rough Guides Camino competition will be walking the last section of this wonderful Camino de Santiago route, from Baiona to Santiago. They will enjoy sweeping views of Vigo Bay and the Illas Cíes along the way; in Redondela they will be joining other pilgrims following the classic Portuguese Way; they will stay in the heritage city of Pontevedra and finally reach Santiago de Compostela to claim their pilgrim certificate!

To enter the competition: Rough Guides Camino competition.

For more information about the Portuguese Coastal Way, the Camino de Santiago or to book your holiday, contact our travel specialists

Comments

  1. By Bob

    How disappointing. I’d have thought Rough Guides was a lot more ‘international’ in its outlook and reach, rather than limit it’s entries.

  2. By Maria

    Hi Sandra, we are running it with Rough Guides UK this time but we’ll look into running it in other countries in the future.

  3. By Sandra

    I’m with Carol – why not Australia Rough Guides?

  4. By Maria

    Hi Carol, the Rough Guides competition is open to US, UK and Republic of Ireland entries. It is part of the Rough Guides competitions terms and conditions.

  5. By Carol Easton

    Did I read it correctly that the competition is only open to US & UK entrants?
    Why not Australians ?

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