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Useful Galician for your Camino trip

Useful Galician for your Camino trip While on the Camino de Santiago, you will encounter and befriend fellow pilgrims of many nationalities and many languages, particularly as you get closer to Santiago de Compostela. You might have learnt a bit of Spanish before but did you know Galicia has its own language? It is called ‘galego’, Galician. …

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13 Essential Camino Tips

13 Essential Camino Tips Thousands of pilgrims worldwide take the many Camino routes to Santiago de Compostela each year, walking hundreds of kilometres across France, Portugal, and Spain. More than just a pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago is a unique experience, a journey to remember. Read our Essential Camino Tips below. If you are planning …

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48 hours in Porto

Portugal is an outstanding and diverse country, full of possibilities, different landscapes, and kind and generous people. After Lisbon, Porto is its biggest city. We got a taste for this wonderful city on the Portuguese Coastal Way. As pilgrims, we are aware of the limited time you have to discover each new place. Therefore, we want …

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A Taste of Portugal with Petiscos

We are all familiar with the delicious tapas that can be found throughout Spain and now adopted throughout the world but have you ever heard of Petiscos? Today we are going to talk about this little-known slice of Portuguese cuisine that can be found if you plan to walk the Coastal Camino from Porto. Petiscos …

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Rota Vicentina: Coastal Trail To Remember – by Jim Gallagher

Walking The Incredible Fisherman’s Trail in Portugal Rota Vicentina: Coastal Trail To Remember. It is hailed as the best-preserved coastal area in southern Europe. And after a week walking its spectacular clifftops and isolated beaches, I would go even further. The Atlantic coast of Alentejo and Algarve in SW Portugal is surely one of the …

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Sweet Lisbon on the Camino Portugues

Sweet Lisbon ‘Quem não viu Lisboa, não viu coisa boa’ goes the Portuguese proverb: If you haven’t seen Lisbon, you haven’t seen anything good. And it is quite right: Lisbon is a must-see, not just for the Portuguese but for everyone else too! Welcoming, sleek and cosmopolitan, Sweet Lisbon is also the starting point of …

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The Fishermen’s Trail: Walk Portugal’s Wilderness

The Fishermen’s Trail: Walk Portugal’s Wilderness I’m sitting on a sun-warmed boulder, applying an undercoat of factor 50 to face, neck and limbs, when the first dollops of a downpour sent me rummaging for my waterproofs. The Fishermen’s Trail: Walk Portugal. It’s late October in southern Portugal, so a drop of rain is to be expected …

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Culinary delights of the Portuguese Coastal Camino

Culinary delights of the Portuguese Coastal Camino Mario from our Sales team introduces us to his favourite flavours and culinary delights of the Portuguese Coastal Camino and his home country: Portugal. Traveling allows us to explore and enjoy the different aspects of places we visit; the landscape, the people, the climate, the architecture, and among many …

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