Camino Portuguese

The Camino Portuguese is from Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela. It is the second most popular route after the Camino Frances. The pilgrimage is 260 km long starting in Porto or 610 km long starting in Lisbon.

Is this An Albergue Or An Inn:

At La Cala Pilgrims Inn, on the Coastal Camino Portuguese in the small village of Oia. After resuming Camino Levante and walking 26 days we enjoyed a couple days in Santiago.  We wanted to be somewhere quieter outside of a city somewhere in Galicia. Unexpectedly, some business dealings required us to go to Baiona on …

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Which Camino Should I Walk? The Camino Frances Or?

Frances may be my favorite but each Pilgrim is unique. The better question to ask is, “Which Camino Is Best For Me?” First of all, it is important to be aware that the Camino de Santiago is a personal journey and there is no right, wrong, best or worst Camino. Do some research and walk …

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Camino Portuguese Coastal Way: Sometimes you find a place to stop for a few days and enjoy side trips. Thanks to out host at the wonderful upscale, cozy La Cala Pilgrims Inn, Tanya Valdez, we enjoyed an afternoon field trip to Santa Trega, 2,000 year old Celtic ruins after a 20K walk on the coast. …

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July 9, 2021 On the Camino Portuguese Coastal Way just over Portugal’s border across the Rio Miño. Started in the village of Aguarda. Walked to the beautiful village of Oia with a magnificent 12th Century Monastary built between the sea and the mountains. Staying at the upscale but cozy La Cala Pilgrims Inn offering spectacular …

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