I can now use the plural form as I have received not one but TWO requests for the Camino Português files. I am sorry it took so long.
These are my walking files. I have made some edits where the GPS signal was wayward due to the tall buildings. This only tended to occur in the towns such as Lisbon, Coimbra, Porto and a couple of others. The eagle-eyed among you will see where I went off the main track.
These files will get you from Lisbon to Santiago following the most ancient of the Camino Português routes. Following the old ways is the way I prefer to walk, but some of you may prefer to take the more modern variations (e.g. the Coastal Route out of Porto – and I cannot blame you as the ancient – Central Route – would expose you to a lot of narrow, winding roads and a LOT of cars travelling at higher speeds than I would use. I know, because as the GPX tracks show – I walked those roads – and I dodged that traffic). So – I leave you with that warning. I cannot be responsible for your safety, so use this at your own risk.
Incidentally, I really and truly do not advocate that anyone follows exactly my path. You – and I – are – are unique individuals. Feel free to make your own way. The Camino is YOUR Camino. Make it up as you go along. My only requests to you are these:
(1) ENJOY your Camino
(2) Let me know how your Camino went and whether my files helped you.
Best of luck!
The Man in the Blue Blazer