Camino Portugues Coastal Route - The Camino Surf & Turf

Experience the surf and turf on the Camino Portugues Coastal route.

The Camino Portugues Coastal Camino may not be the most traditional route, but it’s one that’s been growing in popularity among modern pilgrims. Starting in vibrant Porto, this route hugs the Atlantic coast before moving in-land to hilly green Galician countryside and finishing in Santiago de Compostela.

This Camino should appeal to pilgrims with a pioneering spirit in search of more solitude, and is available as both a walking and cycling trip.

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Oia to Santiago de Compostela

Section 2 of 2
9 Days
Moderate Difficulty

On the final section of the Camino Portugues Coastal, you’ll start in the town of Oia. From here, you will walk a picturesque path through the beautiful coastal cities of Baiona and Vigo before re-joining the traditional Camino Portuguese from Redondela to Santiago de Compostela.  This region is known for its seafood, in particular, its oysters and scallops.  Wash it down with the local albarino wine – a true gastronomic delight!

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Porto to Oia

Section 1 of 2
7 Days
Moderate Difficulty

This first section of the Camino Portugues Coastal takes you from Porto to Oia takes you along the Portuguese coastline. You’ll pass beaches where you can have a quick dip, walk on boardwalks and gives you the opportunity to witness some of the most spectacular ocean views that Europe as to offer!

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Cycle the Portugues Coastal Route
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