Camino de Santiago - The Portuguese Coastal Way

7 nights from £779

Duration:7 Nights
Meals:HB

Overview

Your Guided Camino de Santiago Walking Holiday

Explore the less well-known side of the Camino de Santiago with us on this guided walking holiday along the Portuguese Coastal Way. This section of the Camino follows the Atlantic Coast from the elegant seaside town of Baiona, located in the northwest of Spain, towards the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Santiago de Compostela. We’ll discover the wild Atlantic beauty and sandy beaches of Galicia as we spend 3 days walking along the coastline before heading inland for a 3-day trek through woodlands and small villages, ending in the famous Santiago de Compostela. This 7-night holiday is perfect for those looking to capture the essence of the Camino: an invigorating walk, beautiful Spanish scenery and a chance to take part in this historic journey.

This guided trip involves challenging walks, with an average daily walking distance between 14-25km.

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This tour is operated by TD active Holidays

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Duration:7 Nights
Meals:HB
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