Portuguese Coastal Camino Cycling the Coastal Camino from Porto

Activity :
Walking or Cycling or Easy Walking or Easy Cycling
Duration :
8 Nights
Distance :
262 km
Difficulty :
Medium
Tour Type :
Self-Guided
Time To Go :
March to October
Price :
From €775
Reviews :
Pedro
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Pedro from our Products Team is Portuguese and lived in Porto for 10 years. He cycled the Camino twice. he loves outdoor activities especially cycling and hiking in the mountains.
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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."
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!"
Gerald, Canada - May 2016
"Camino Way Portuguese Coastal Way. This was an awesome journey. We enjoyed seeing the many places of walking through the countryside. So much fun."
Activity:
Walking or Cycling or Easy Walking or Easy Cycling
Duration:
8 Nights
Distance:
262 km
Difficulty:
Medium
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
March to October
Price:
From €775
Rating:

Cycling the Portuguese Coastal Camino from Porto is a fantastic trip for cycling enthusiasts looking to experience the Camino de Santiago on two wheels.

The Portuguese Coastal Camino (also known as Caminho da Costa and Caminho da Senda Litoral) is a stunning alternative route to the Portuguese Camino de Santiago. You will start your journey from colourful UNESCO-listed Porto and cycle along the Atlantic Ocean, stopping in charming seaside towns and fishing villages in Northern Portugal.

From Caminha, you will take the ferry boat to reach A Guarda, in Galicia, and continue your journey towards Santiago de Compostela, cycling in the heart of the Rías Baixas.

Discover the wild Atlantic beauty and sandy beaches of Northern Portugal and Southern Galicia, taste delicious seafood and wine, stay in fishing villages and feel refreshed by the maritime feel of this scenic coastal Camino route.

*We recommend cycling the Camino only if you have some cycling experience and if you have essential bike maintenance knowledge: Cycling the Camino de Santiago – How it Works.

Rating
5
  • Satisfaction

Mary, United States

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

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Pedro
Specialist: Pedro
Pedro from our Products Team is Portuguese and lived in Porto for 10 years. He cycled the Camino twice. he loves outdoor activities especially cycling and hiking in the mountains.
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