Weather forecast for the Camino Portugués - Variante Espiritual in August

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Start date
Aug 1
Start town
End date
Aug 7
End town
Santiago de Compostela
metric (°C, mm, km)

Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
162 km
Daily distance
23.2 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
1.0 mm/day

If you're walking the Spiritual Variant of the Camino Portugués, the weather is generally good. There's lots of sun, with some cloudy days, making walking pleasant most of the time.

The trip starts in Tui and goes to O Porriño. Here, daytime temperatures are usually in the mid-20s Celsius and drop to the mid-teens at night. Rain is not very common, but it does happen, with about 1.7mm falling daily on average.

The next stops are Arcade and Pontevedra. Here, the temperature stays about the same but it tends to rain less. Still, you might have some rainy days and cloudy weather more often.

The walk then goes through Armenteira and Vilanova de Arousa. Here, it might be a bit warmer, but usually, there's sun or a bit of cloud. It could rain, but usually not too much.

The last stops are Padrón and Santiago de Compostela. The weather stays similar, but it might get a bit colder, especially at night. It can rain more here, and sometimes the rain can be heavy.

Overall, the Spiritual Variant of the Camino Portugués has mild and pleasant weather most of the time, with lots of sunny or partly cloudy days. There can be some rain, and sometimes the weather changes quickly and unexpectedly.

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