Salnes Spiritual Variant Coastal

This variant connects the Portuguese Way with the Translatio Route, also known as the Arousa Sea and Ulla River Route, which is the origin of all the Santiago routes.

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Salnes Spiritual Variant

This variant connects the Portuguese Way with the Translatio Route, also known as the Arousa Sea and Ulla River Route, which is the origin of all the Santiago routes.

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Porto – Baiona – Santiago

A seaside route to enjoy the History and nature!
One of these pilgrim routes is the “Portuguese Coastal Way”, which runs from Porto through Vila do Conde, Viana do Castelo, Caminha, La Guardia, Baiona and Vigo before joining the more traditional Portuguese Way to Santiago.

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Santiago – Finisterre

A mythical and symbolic Camino to the end of the world!
Many pilgrims decide to discover the end of the world, and do not hesitate to overcome the sacrifices of the harsh days behind them to walk some more days.

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Cycle The Coastal Way

Gorgeous green countryside, traditional villages and historical towns!
Cycling the Portuguese Coastal Way to St. James (Santiago) is a sensational and unforgettable adventure. It is an invitation to discover the Atlantic’s sandy beaches, ancient customs and welcoming people.

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Caminha – Santiago

A seaside route to enjoy the History and nature!
Caminha is a natural and good place to start walking to Santiago de Compostela.

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Baiona – Santiago

A seaside route to enjoy the History and nature!
Caminha is a natural and good place to start walking to Santiago de Compostela.

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Luxury Coastal Camino

A seaside route to enjoy the History and nature!
One of these pilgrim routes is the “Portuguese Coastal Way”, which runs from Porto through Vila do Conde, Viana do Castelo, Caminha, La Guardia, Baiona and Vigo before joining the more traditional Portuguese Way to Santiago.

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Easy Coastal Camino

A seaside route to enjoy the History and nature!
One of these pilgrim routes is the “Portuguese Coastal Way”, which runs from Porto through Vila do Conde, Viana do Castelo, Caminha, La Guardia, Baiona and Vigo before joining the more traditional Portuguese Way to Santiago.

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Salnes Spiritual Way

The route passes through a beautiful natural area, visiting the only Holy Way river crossing in the world, where you can see seventeen ancient crosses that identify this Camino de Santiago as Translatio, the origin of all Caminos.

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