Caminho Português da Costa: Lisboa a Santiago de Compostela

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Caminho Português da Costa: Lisboa a Santiago de Compostela is a 654.4 kilometer moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Distance: 654.4 km Elevation Gain: 10,896 m Route Type: Point to Point




nature trips


bird watching


partially paved


city walk

historic site

This is the longer coastal route of the Camino Português, which is the second most popular route, good for wine lovers, as it passes through many wineries. It starts in the city of Lisbon, this route, first traveled by Queen Isabel of Portugal in the 12th century, heads north following the Atlantic coast of Portugal and Spain. You can find the shorter coastal route starting in the city of Porto here: This route also goes through smaller towns, and as it is on the coast the weather is more moderate than the inland route, which you can find here:

Head winds consistently, hard enough that flying a kite would be tough. Felt like going uphill the whole time.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Walking and biking - our group takes turns with the bike. Very hard physically. You MUST train for this. Expect 30km days regularly, and a heavy pack, keep to 10% of your body weight.

4 months ago

Hard but great and memorable. Unique and to repeat for sure. very well organized and with clear directions. anyone can do it at her ir his own pace, and even alone, special by morning with lots of pelegrins along the way.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Great walking but very hard physically because of pack weights and walking every day. Also very busy with pilgrims after coastal and classic routes merge.

3 months ago

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