To get to A Guarda by walk you have several options. You can arrive from Baiona skirting the Atlantic ocean or from inland, travelling from Tui, or even coming from the south, from Portugal.

A Guarda, Portuguese Way Along the Coast


The Portuguese Camino along the Coast starts its steps in Galicia after cross the Miño river, the journey is by ferry between Caminha (Portugal) and A Guarda.

From the ferry pier continues via the streets and paths of the parish of Camposancos to A Guarda center town. After go through the old town continues to the coast via Fedorento & Area Grande Beaches. Then, leaving the shore behind stays skirting the coastline by the Cetareas Route until to get to O Rosal boundary. All of this make a 9 kilometres low difficulty walk.

A Guarda has a Pilgrim’s Hostel (Albergue) in the downtown and just a few metres of the Camino de Santiago.

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