This is our first year working with the Irish Wheelchair Association and we’re excited to be collaborating with such an important charity committed to supporting the lives of people living with physical disabilities. Together we’ll be walking the Coastal Portuguese Camino from Vigo to Santiago de Compostela, a route that follows the beautiful Galician coastline for a couple of stages before converging with the wooded inland route of the Original Portuguese Camino.
Dates of travel
May 9th to May 16th, 2020
Registration open until January 31, 2020
Adult Price: €675
Single Supplement: €195
Fundraising Target: €1000
CONTACT: Holly Johnson at 087 2159482 or email@example.com
The final section of the Portuguese Coastal Camino follows a beautiful trail from the maritime city of Vigo to wonderful Santiago de Compostela. Enjoy great views of the Atlantic shoreline, distant Islas Cies and sheltered waters of the Vigo Estuary as you walk along the opening stage. The Portuguese Coastal Camino converges with the original Portuguese Camino in the town of Redondela and continues through sloping forested valleys and clustered Galician farmsteads. The fishing village of Arcade awaits, as does the magnificent historic city of Pontevedra, the spa town of Caldas de Reis, the symbolic settlement of Padron and, finally, Santiago de Compostela where you can get your Pilgrim’s Certificate, or Compostela.
Vigo-Rendondela (16 km)
Redondela-Pontevedra (20 km)
Pontevedra-Caldas de Reis (23 km)
Caldas de Reis-Padron (19 km)
Padron-Santiago (25 km)
Enjoying the breathtaking views of the southern Galician coastline
Exploring the rich medieval heritage of Vigo, Pontevedra and Padrón
Sampling delicious regional seafood dishes and white wines
Gathering your thoughts in the fabulous Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
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