Weather forecast for the Camino Portugués - Senda Litoral in November

Forecast settings

Start date
Nov 1
Start town
End date
Nov 12
End town
Santiago de Compostela
metric (°C, mm, km)

Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
281 km
Daily distance
23.4 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
8.5 mm/day

When you walk the Senda Litoral from Porto to Santiago de Compostela, it's generally not too hot or cold. Daily peak temperatures are usually between 15-18°C, going down to 9-14°C.

In the north of Portugal, from Porto to Caminha, it often rains. Sometimes it's just a bit of rain, other times it's heavy showers. It also can be sunny and a bit cloudy. As you get further along the coast, it gets a bit colder but not by much.

Once you cross into Galicia in Spain, expect more rainfall. Especially in the towns of Saians and Redondela, it rains quite heavily, much more than in Portugal. The temperatures don't change much.

As you come to the end of the route at Santiago de Compostela, you'll see a lot of cloudy and overcast weather. Remember it can rain heavily at times. But don't worry, there are also days with some sunshine.

All across the Senda Litoral, it usually rains during the journey, mixed with sunny and partly cloudy days. Even though weather changes a bit from one region to another, the temperature in general doesn't really change much.

Most common weather types on your Camino

Ordered by niceness. Click on wedge for more info.

Loading chart...
Loading stages...

Comparing weather across different Caminos?

Want to share this forecast?

Looking for inspiration to pick your Camino?

Browse our overviews for the...

Looking for a weather forecast for a different Camino?

Loading caminos...

Want to leave some feedback?

Would you like me to add a new feature to the app? Or did you notice that something isn't working the way it should? Please Let me know!