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Eating Out on the Camino Trail

Walking the Camino trail will take most people several weeks, so carrying all the required food is virtually impossible. The long and often challenging trail has plenty of food options for pilgrims, hikers and anyone else trekking the Camino trail.

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Eating Out on the Camino Trail

  1. 1. EATING OUT CAMINO TRAIL VICTOR OLERSKIY Member of the Board of Directors at Russian Fishery LLC on the
  2. 2. Victor Olerskiy " Walking the Camino trail will take most people several weeks, so carry- ing all the required food is virtually impossible. The long and often chal- lenging trail has plenty of food op- tions for pilgrims, hikers and anyone else trekking the Camino trail. Local Restaurants The Camino trail passes through many towns and villages both large and small, many of which have restaurants offering a spe- cial Pilgrim’s menu. This is usually three small courses with wine or water included for a reasonable price. The food options may come slightly repetitive, but the portion sizes are generally adequate. Continental Breakfasts Many of the hostels that dot the Camino trail now serve some form of breakfast, usually conti- nental style. In larger towns, there may be bars serving breakfast that open as early as 6:30am.
  3. 3. Victor Olerskiy Self-Catering Most of the hostels along the trail have cooking facilities, making it possible for travellers to buy in- gredients in local shops and cook an evening meal or breakfast. Seafood Towards the end of the route, the coastal restaurants have many great seafood dishes that can be worth splashing out on as a spe- cial treat.
  4. 4. Victor Olerskiy More details about the Camino trail can be found by visiting the blog of Victor Olerskiy.

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