Saturday, 12 October 2013

Even more on the Camino Portuguese by the coast...

Recently pilgrims have helpfully been posting information about the Coastal route on the Pilgrims' Forum.

I'll collate everything here as a central resource pending writing a guide to this route:

Rebekah reported:
Accommodation options on the Coastal Portuguese route between Oporto and Redondela. 

Albergue de Peregrinos in Caminha, Portugal. 

It is situated underneath a school alongside the big public park by the river, which sounds very pretty but translates to, well... damp and rather dark. 
There´s a kitchen with cutlery, plates, and a microwave oven. 

There is one smaller dorm room with four bunks, and a much larger dormitory with about 40 bunks, (and four blankets among them) seperate showers for men and women (three stalls each), plenty of hot water. 

The facility was clean, but musty and damp. Access was restricted, we phoned a number posted on the door and waited for an attendant to come and unlock it for us. We stayed on a donativo basis, the attendant spoke only Portuguese and a form of French, and snored like a champion from the small dorm room. (Had I been traveling alone, I would not have stayed.) 

Caminha is a charming town with plenty of places to eat and drink and lots of historical sites. Internet is available at the public library, which also houses an interesting little museum. It is on the train line between Spain and Oporto, and also home to the ferry boat that carries pilgrims onward across the ria to A Guarda and Spain.

Rickster reported:

Vila do Conde- Estalagem do Brazao-nice clean hotel in good location, but was a little expensive at
39E, including breakfast.
Esposende- Hotel Suave Mar- nice hotel on the sea and on the trail

Viana do Costelo- stayed in Residencial Laranjeira, in the "old town", perfect location for 40E,
very pilgrim friendly, place outside of room to hang laundry.
A Guarda- It was late in the day and I decided to ferry across instead of staying in Caminha for the
day. Caminha was a beautiful town, but was warned that ferry sometimes is not able to
cross in morning until 10 or 11 because of low tides or weather. Stayed at Hotel Vila da
Guarda for 20E including breakfast.
Oia- Stayed at Hotel A Raina for 30E, including breakfast and laundry, with room overlooking
the sea. A fantastic dinner was served for 8E. Owe this great recommendation to Johnny
Baiona- Hotel Anunciada for 20E. Ask for pilgrims' rate. Very nice room in great location.
Redondela- stayed at municipal albergue- good facilities, except small kitchen and very noisy.

All of these accommodations were well located, friendly hosts and could have been less expensive if sharing a room. At the beginning of the coastal route after Vila do Conde, I struggled with finding
waymarkers and many days made several passes back and forth between the road path and any way
I could manage close to the sea. This led to several exhausting days, so I was ready at the end of the day for any clean place to lay my head and didn't take the time to look for albergues or hostels, etc.
The coastal route is beautiful and in my opinion, a great way to start the Portuguese Caminho.

Daimarlow reported:

Hi we did the coastal route in June 2013. We started from Porto airport where we stayed in a private hostel for 14 euros including breakfast. It is highly recommended. The next evening we stayed in Vila do Conde but I do not believe that there is a hostel there but the tourist information office has a list of bed and breakfast places. Some are expensive but there are some cheaper ones. You need to have a look at them before deciding!!

There is now an albergue in Marinahs.If you follow the signs to the alberque you will pass the red cross ambulance depot. You need to call in to the red cross and obtain the key to the albergue. If you are lucky they will give you a lift in an ambulance. There is one problem with this albergue. It appears that there is only one key. So if someone gets there before you and they go out for dinner you will have to sit around waiting for them to come back.

The next albergue is at Viana do costelo in the convent. It is very easy to miss this albergue. When you cross over the bridge with amazing views there will be stickers on posts directing you to the albergue but you can walk past it. There is a small sign on the wooden doors of the convent.

Caminha has a large albergue with a room with 4 bunk beds and then a large room with 24 beds. There is a telephone number on the door and someone will come with the key in about 10/15 minutes. Unfortunately we had a bad experience at this albergue. We arrived and booked in and at that time we were the only people registered. When we were going out to eat we saw 2 walkers approaching the albergue. When we returned the 2 walkers had taken over the 4 bedded room and put all their gear on the 4 beds and gone out. They were not registered in the book but 5 cyclists were. Imagine our shock when we saw that as well as our 3 beds the other 21 bad been taken up by cycling gear. So we had registered and 5 cyclists had but 19 other people had not. Except for us all the others were out and they had filled the locks with cardboard etc to prevent us locking the doors. We did not know what to do and so phoned the number on the door and were told someone would be there i ten minutes but nobody came. At 11.45 they all came back cyclists and walkers they turned all the lights on played music in the kitchen. When they eventually went to bed about 1am they started to pretend to snore and then had a competition to see who could make the loudest "rude" noise. The lights went back on at 5.15 am when the cyclists all got up and left. They appeared to be a cycling club out for the weekend rather than travelling the Camino. I have no idea how they all got in. This is the only bad experience we have had in the three times we have walked the camino.

Kellyz reported:

I just got back from this route (July 2013). Luis has a map which posts an "A" next to every town with an albergue on the coastal route. Here's a link: ... N-2013.pdf. If this doesn't work, download the map from his website:

I met some Polish men who said they slept on the floor of a fire station in Vila do Conde. I stayed in a pension (the one mentioned by Johnny Walker) for 20e.
Instead of the albergue in Caminha, I took the ferry in the evening and stayed in the albergue in A Guarda.(I was told the very wouldn't run at all on the first Monday of the month.) It was on the far side of town in a facility run by the police and St. Vincent De Paul. Be aware it is slightly off the route (the arrows will not lead you directly to the door). We called the police on the way in to let them know we were coming. We had a great dinner at the restaurant on the corner just before the albergue, and in the morning, we were let into the bakery next door before opening hours. Or we wandered in and they were very patient with us and sold us croissants.
Mougas: private albergue for 10e. I think this might have been a junta that the government could no longer sponser after 2010. Currently run by a local family who might also own the bar next door. The bar served good food.
Ramallosa: Lovely, clean private "cell" at the Apostolic Sisters convent for 10e. Also, an amazing dinner including goose neck barnacles and Coquilles St. Jaque in a slightly rough looking cafe/bar/restaurant in a square near the bottom of the hill. The bar is next to a tapas place and faces a large modern building with a vegetarian breakfast cafe.
O Friexo: where Luis and his neighbors run a village albergue in a former (?) town library. Only four beds. Also mats in a common room. Bar downstairs. The hospitalera prepared a good. simple, inexpensive meal. Luis made queimada after dinner.
Luis's website has all I ever needed to know about walking the various coastal options...if only I'd downloaded and printed the material before I left!


Musicman reported:

Thursday 5th, P, (15km) Porto
Airporto Hostal, Rua da Estrada 244, Porto, 4470, tel: 00351911046710, email: £14.67
Friday 6th, P (27km) Vila do Conde
Casa da Laura, Rua Estreita, Vilarinho, 4480, Vi do Conde CFacebook, E-mail ?
Saturday 7th, P, (25km)Esposende
Apulia Praia Hotel, Avenida da Praia 45, Apulia - Esposende (Minho) 4740-033, tel: 00351253989290, email:€39.00
Sunday 8th, P, (27km)Viano de Castelo
Hospedaria Senhora do Carmo, Rua Grande, 72 ou Viela da Cega, 44 Viana do Castelo, 4900-542, tel: 00351258825118, email:€20.00
Monday 9th, P, (22km) Caminha
San Pedro, Rua da Parede Alta, 14 (sao Pedro), Caminha, 4910-341, tel: 00351258727475, email: €35.00
Tuesday 10th, SP, (20km approx)Oia Hotel Araina (Tel 0034 986 362908)CBy phone on 31/7€30.00
Wednesday 11th, SP, (26km approx)Baiona
Carabel La Pinta, Camino Entrehortas 21-1, Baiona, 36300, tel: 0034986355107, email:€32.00
Thursday 12th, SP (20km approx)Vigo
Hostal la Colegiata, Plaza de la Iglesia 3, Vigo, 36202, tel: 0034986220129, email:€20.00
Friday 13th, SP, (18.2km) Redondela Albergue Xunta, Casa de TorreTBCN/A?
Saturday 14th, SP (23.1km)Pontevedra
Hotel Comercio, Gonzalez Besada 3, Pontevedra, 36001, tel: 0034986851217, email: €30.00
Sunday 15th, SP, (18.1km) Caldas de Reis
H Balneario Acuna, Herreria 2, Caldas de Reis, 36650, tel: 0034902104841, email:, NO £30.07
Monday 16th, SP, (24.9km) Padron,
Hotel Rosalia, Marixa Villanueva, S/N, Padron, 15900, tel: 0034981812490, email:€25.00
Tuesday 17th, Santiago
Hospedaria San Martin Pinario, Seminario Mayor, Plaza de la Inmaculada 3, C.P 15704, Santiago, tel: 0034981560282, email:reservas@sanmartinpinario.euCMe/print off€23.00
Wednesday 18thAIRPORT HOME. An excellent route recorded on my Blog "ensuitepilgrim/".

Wakerbrother reported:

The following accommodation costs for a double room:

Povoa de Varzim Hotel Luso Brasileiro (Booked 45 euros B&B)

Hotel Estalagem do Zende (40 euros B&B)
Wouldn't bother with this gaff again. Bit dingy. The albergue at Marinhas 4km or so down the road looked ok.
Shortage of budget rooms in Esposende.
Viana do Castelo Hospedaria Senhora do Carmo (30 euros room only)

Caminha Residencial Galo D'Ouro (40 euros room only)

Oia Casa Puertas (40 euros B&B). Best place we stopped.

Didn't stop in Baiona as we had two nights rest and recreation on Las Islas Cies.

Vigo Hotel Hesperia (72 euros B&B). Bit of a splurge but we were very tired.

Redondela Rosa's Albergue no. 33 just up from the official albergue.
(51 euros included Bed, Evening Meal, Breakfast and quite a few beers!)

Pontevedra Hotel Boavila (45 euros room only). Nice room but right in the centre which is very noisy at the weekend.

Caldas de Reis Hotel Lotus (30 euros room only). Excellent value.

Padron Chef Rivera (70 euros room only but it did have a jacuzzi…bliss)

Santiago Hotel Barbantes (50 euros a night room only)


Monday, 7 October 2013

Matilde’s miracle - “the Camino is not exactly life changing”

Do you believe in miracles? On the Camino? Hmmmm...I’ve always been sceptical. Until now.

In August  I got an e mail from a film producer:
Hello Mr. Walker, 
My name is Zachary and I’m an associate producer for a new series on History Channel about Miracles. In each episode we explore stories of people from around the world who have experienced, performed or witnessed a miraculous event and how it changed their lives. 
In my research I came across your blog on the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. We are planning on travelling to Santiago de Compostela and hoping to speak with people about their experiences on the Way of Saint James. It would be great to speak with you about some of the stories you've heard and written about on your blog. 
If you're interested in speaking with us could we set up a call or Skype chat for sometime next week?
Thanks very much and looking forward to speaking with you. 

Zachary Frank
Associate Producer
Saloon Media

T: (416)-786-9490

Looking back my reply positively dripped with scepticism:

Hi Zachary
I´m happy to talk about this although entirely unsure of the miracle association!
Let me know when you want to call me or we can correspond.


I’d forgotten about all of this when my friend and English pupil, Matilde, announced that she was going to walk the Camino. She’s a practical, no nonsense Santiago lass who is an historian by profession and when she can get a job she teaches. Like others in the 27% of the Spanish population who are unemployed Matilde has been out of work for some time.

I suppose it was because she had time on her hands and had been listening to me droning on about the Camino every time we met that her mind turned to the possibilities of travelling to St Jean Pied de Port and walking back to her home. This is rare as people from Santiago rarely ever walk to Santiago – they live there! Add to that the endless mockery of her 30-something friends in Santiago that she had joined “the sect” it took some courage for her to pack her rucksack and prepare to leave.
We did a couple of practice walks, from Padrón to Santiago on the last stage of the Camino Portuguese and from Sigȕeiro on the last stage of the Camino Inglés. She seemed to me to be a natural walker with an easy rhythm and pace and I knew if she took things easy in the early stages of the Camino Francés she’d be fine.   

To send her on her way in style I arranged a blessing for her as a surprise. Her family were there and it was an emotionally charged moment. They wouldn’t see her for over a month. Tears flowed when her mother presented her with her scallop shell and her father presented her walking stick. They were both duly blessed as was the pilgrim. The congregation applauded when the priest wished her the first of many “buen caminos” she would hear.
Off she went. Every three or four days she sent me a brief text telling me where she was and finished it with “no problems, no blisters”. Another said, “can’t sleep in the albergues, I am trying to avoid the crowds”. At times there was the odd typical pilgrim's photograph -we always photograph our shadows! 

The days went on with a few monosyllabic reports “scenery beautiful”, “weather excellent”.

Something niggled in my mind that perhaps she was not entirely embracing the Camino or it was not exactly what she thought it would be.

Eventually we spoke on one of these internet chat programmes. The conversation went like this:

“How is everything?” “Fine”, “But are you getting something out of it?” Then came the historic answer:

“The Camino is a very positive experience, John, but not exactly life changing”.

Truth to tell Matilde has been on my prayer list for a while. She’s young and talented and needs a job. She needs a chance to move her life on to another place. And so I was  mildly disappointed that the Camino I had raved about so much seemed to not be displaying the force which I felt particularly on my first camino.

A few days passed. “Matilde must be within reach of Santiago” I thought. Then I got a message. “John can you contact me urgently, there has been a miracle.”

I did and now report the facts:

In 2009 Matilde submitted her CV as a teacher to the local authority in Sarria. She heard nothing from them.

In September 2013 as she walked through the woods at Sarria her phone rang. It was the Director of Education. “Could she start teaching at a school in Sarria tomorrow?”

She did, and reported to the school 20 hours after she left the Camino. As she looked out of the classroom she was astonished to see pilgrims walking past. The school is on the Camino.

She had to quickly find an apartment as commuting from Santiago over 100 kms away is not an option. She found one which was ideal. It is right on the Camino and every morning Matilde follows the yellow arrows to school.
A miracle? I don’t know. Prayers answered – certainly.

“The camino is not a life changing experience” – she’ll never live that down!

 And I need to apologise to Zachary for my earlier lack of enthusiasm for the topic!

Thursday, 3 October 2013

All the pilgrim numbers from Santiago January - September 2013

Although less frenetic than August the first weeks of September continued to be busy with queues at weekends at the Pilgrims' Office. Similarly all along the Camino we received reports of full albergues. The pilgrims just kept on coming! 

The Statistics:

The total number of pilgrims registered with the Pilgrims´Office between 1 January 2013 and 30 September 2013 is 189.642

The total for the same period in 2012 was 168,722. This is an increase of 12%.

The total number of pilgrims who arrived during all of 2012 was 192,488.

How the English speaking countries are faring this year:

South Africa
United Kingdom
United States
New Zealand


Route Number of pilgrims

Frances-Camino de            131990 (69,60%)
Portugues-Camino             26755 (14,11%)
Norte-Camino de                 12132 (6,40%)
Via de la Plata                      7826 (4,13%)
Primitivo-Camino                 6091 (3,21%)
Ingles-Camino                      4066 (2,14%)
Muxia-Finisterre                   412 (0,22%)
Otros caminos                      366 (0,19%)


Gender  Number of pilgrims

Males                 103207 (54,42%)
Females              86435 (45,58%)

Method of Travel

Method          Number of pilgrims

On foot           164225 (86,60%)
Bicycle            24474 (12,91%)
Horseback       887 (0,47%)
Wheelchair      56 (0,03%)
Reasons for making the pilgrimage

Reason                                 Number of pilgrims

Religious or spiritual           101109 (53,32%)
Religious                              77826 (41,04%)
Not religious                        10707 (5,65%)


Status                        Number of pilgrims

Employed                  42290 (22,30%)
Students                    37468 (19,76%)
Self employed            21801 (11,50%)
Retired                       21301 (11,23%)
Technical                   21213 (11,19%)
Teachers                   14448 (7,62%)
Public Sector              8824 (4,65%)
Manual                       6866 (3,62%)
Unemployed                4462 (2,35%)
House people              4227 (2,23%)
Directors                     2314 (1,22%)
Artists                         1679 (0,89%)
Priests                        1166 (0,61%)
Farm worked                644 (0,34%)
Religious                      440 (0,23%)
Sailors                         262 (0,14%)
Sports                         218 (0,11%)
Oikoten                       19 (0,01%)


Ages  Number of pilgrims

30 - 60            105932 (55,86%)
< 30                55739 (29,39%)
> 60                27971 (14,75%)

Country         Number of pilgrims

Spain            95997 (50,62%)
Italy                 14324 (7,55%)
Germany        13998 (7,38%)
Portugal         9884 (5,21%)
USA               8165 (4,31%)
France           6919 (3,65%)
Ireland            4407 (2,32%)
UK                 3435 (1,81%)
Holland          2537 (1,34%)
Canada          2372 (1,25%)
Australia        2253 (1,19%)
Poland           2230 (1,18%)
Brasil             2008 (1,06%)
Corea            1976 (1,04%)
Belgium         1625 (0,86%)
Denmark        1510 (0,80%)
Austria           1503 (0,79%)
México           1029 (0,54%)
Switzerland   1003 (0,53%)
Sweden         897 (0,47%)
Argentina      822 (0,43%)
Hungría         792 (0,42%)
Rep Checa    683 (0,36%)
Japón            671 (0,35%)
Noruway        668 (0,35%)
Sth Africa      615 (0,32%)
Venezuela    603 (0,32%)
Finlandia       580 (0,31%)
Colombia       550 (0,29%)
Eslovaquia    501 (0,26%)
Russia           435 (0,23%)
New Zealand 390 (0,21%)
China            378 (0,20%)
Eslovenia      337 (0,18%)
Bulgaria         260 (0,14%)
Ecuador         251 (0,13%)
Rumania       238 (0,13%)
Lituania         217 (0,11%)
Chile             185 (0,10%)
Perú               150 (0,08%)
Uruguay        149 (0,08%)
Ucrania          119 (0,06%)
Puerto Rico   111 (0,06%)
Filipinas         111 (0,06%)
Israel             99 (0,05%)
Malta             94 (0,05%)
Estonia          93 (0,05%)
Croacia          93 (0,05%)
Singapur         91 (0,05%)
Andorra          83 (0,04%)
Taiwán           74 (0,04%)
Luxemburgo    73 (0,04%)
Líbano            70 (0,04%)
Greece           62 (0,03%)
Bolivia            54 (0,03%)
Islandia          52 (0,03%)
Letonia           51 (0,03%)
Costa Rica    48 (0,03%)
Guatemala    46 (0,02%)
Paraguay       46 (0,02%)
Cuba             40 (0,02%)
Rep. Dom      35 (0,02%)
El Salvador   34 (0,02%)
Malasia          34 (0,02%)
India               34 (0,02%)
Panamá         26 (0,01%)
Islas Feroe    23 (0,01%)
Turquía          22 (0,01%)
Bielorrusia     21 (0,01%)
Nicaragua     19 (0,01%)
Marruecos     17 (0,01%)
Albania          16 (0,01%)
Serbia            15 (0,01%)
Jordania        15 (0,01%)
EAU               13 (0,01%)
Indonesia      13 (0,01%)
Bosnia           11 (0,01%)
Irán                 11 (0,01%)
Tailandia       11 (0,01%)
Moldavia        10 (0,01%)
Honduras      10 (0,01%)
Angola           9 (0,00%)
Chipre            9 (0,00%)
Pakistán        9 (0,00%)
Namibia         8 (0,00%)
Vietnam         7 (0,00%)
Argelia           7 (0,00%)
Egypt             6 (0,00%)
Sri Lanka       6 (0,00%)
Congo            6 (0,00%)
Armenia         6 (0,00%)
Kazajistán     6 (0,00%)
Bangladesh   5 (0,00%)
Mauritania     5 (0,00%)
Camerún       5 (0,00%)
Senegal         4 (0,00%)
Liechtensein   4 (0,00%)
Nigeria           4 (0,00%)
Dominica       4 (0,00%)
Kenya           3 (0,00%)
Zimbabwe     3 (0,00%)
Uganda          3 (0,00%)
Macedonia     3 (0,00%)
Túnez             3 (0,00%)
Qatar             3 (0,00%)
Kuwait            3 (0,00%)
Georgia          3 (0,00%)
Omán             3 (0,00%)
Guinea           2 (0,00%)

Starting point

Starting point                      Number of pilgrims

Sarria                                     46543 (24,54%)
S. Jean P. Port                       20930 (11,04%)
Cebreiro                                 9575 (5,05%)
León                                       9551 (5,04%)
Tui                                          8655 (4,56%)
Oporto                                    7897 (4,16%)
Ponferrada                             7529 (3,97%)
Roncesvalles                          7136 (3,76%)
Astorga                                  5510 (2,91%)
Valença do Minho                    4079 (2,15%)
Ferrol                                     3959 (2,09%)
Oviedo - C.P.                         3701 (1,95%)
Pamplona                               3646 (1,92%)
Burgos                                   3238 (1,71%)
Irún                                        2963 (1,56%)
Ourense                                 2860 (1,51%)
Le Puy                                   2813 (1,48%)
Vilafranca                               2500 (1,32%)
Sevilla                                    1896 (1,00%)
Triacastela                             1849 (0,97%)
Francia - C.F.                        1554 (0,82%)
Lugo - C.P.                            1499 (0,79%)
Resto Portugal                       1477 (0,78%)
Resto C. León C.F.                1284 (0,68%)
Ribadeo                                 1182 (0,62%)
Resto Asturias - C.N               1173 (0,62%)
Samos                                   1052 (0,55%)
Santander                                929 (0,49%)
Lisboa                                     885 (0,47%)
Ponte de Lima                          829 (0,44%)
Vilalba                                      820 (0,43%)
Bilbao                                      813 (0,43%)
Logroño                                   767 (0,40%)
Oviedo - C.N.                           722 (0,38%)
Holanda                                   672 (0,35%)
Gijón                                       650 (0,34%)
Rates, S. Pedro                       577 (0,30%)
Alemania                                 514 (0,27%)
Salamanca                              505 (0,27%)
Madrid - C.F.                          486 (0,26%)
Mondoñedo                            475 (0,25%)
Avilés                                     473 (0,25%)
Barcelos                                466 (0,25%)
Somport                                 462 (0,24%)
Porriño                                   432 (0,23%)
Zamora                                  357 (0,19%)
San Sebastián                        356 (0,19%)
Braga                                    354 (0,19%)
Sahagún                                348 (0,18%)
Bélgica                                  346 (0,18%)
Chaves-Portugal                    335 (0,18%)
Resto País Vasco - C.N.        328 (0,17%)
Puebla de Sanabria               309 (0,16%)
Resto Cantabria                    283 (0,15%)
Baamonde                            278 (0,15%)
Resto Asturias - C.P              278 (0,15%)
Vega de Valcarce                  260 (0,14%)
Muxia                                   249 (0,13%)
Lourdes                                245 (0,13%)
Gudiña                                 217 (0,11%)
Frómista                               205 (0,11%)
Suiza                                    202 (0,11%)
Jaca                                    198 (0,10%)
Baiona                                 193 (0,10%)
Fonsagrada - C.P.                187 (0,10%)
Carrión de los Condes          175 (0,09%)
Guimaraes                           169 (0,09%)
Puente la Reina                    166 (0,09%)
Finisterra                              163 (0,09%)
Cataluña - C.F.                     160 (0,08%)
Lourenzá                               157 (0,08%)
R.Pais Vasco C.F.                 157 (0,08%)
Grandas de Salime - C.P.      156 (0,08%)
Vezelay                                 151 (0,08%)
Hendaya                                149 (0,08%)
Viana do Castelo                    146 (0,08%)
Hospital de Orbigo                 141 (0,07%)
Granja de Moreruela              139 (0,07%)
Francia - C.N                         139 (0,07%)
Resto C. León                       138 (0,07%)
Sto. Dom de la Calzada         135 (0,07%)
Laza                                     135 (0,07%)
Rabanal del Camino               134 (0,07%)
Resto Andalucia                     124 (0,07%)
Valencia O.C.                        121 (0,06%)
Coimbra                                118 (0,06%)
Mérida                                  114 (0,06%)
Zaragoza                              113 (0,06%)
Arles                                    111 (0,06%)
Abadin                                  109 (0,06%)
Tineo - C.P.                           108 (0,06%)
Navarra                                  107 (0,06%)
Cáceres                                 106 (0,06%)
Neda                                     99 (0,05%)
Fatima                                    96 (0,05%)
Montserrat                             93 (0,05%)
A Guarda                               90 (0,05%)
Resto de Extremadura            85 (0,04%)
Vigo                                       84 (0,04%)
Madrid - V.P.                         84 (0,04%)
Molinaseca                            83 (0,04%)
Canfranc                               83 (0,04%)
Verín                                     79 (0,04%)
Cadavo                                  77 (0,04%)
Barcelona                              73 (0,04%)
Com. Valenciana - C.F.          70 (0,04%)
Estella                                   69 (0,04%)
París                                     68 (0,04%)
Austria                                   65 (0,03%)
Povoa de Varzim                    64 (0,03%)
Xunqueira de Ambia               64 (0,03%)
Ponferrada. C.Inv.                  61 (0,03%)
Granada                                61 (0,03%)
Viseu                                     61 (0,03%)
Cast. la Mancha - C.F.            59 (0,03%)
La Rioja                                 58 (0,03%)
Resto Europa                         54 (0,03%)
Fonfría                                   51 (0,03%)
Com. Valenciana - O.C.           50 (0,03%)
Monforte de Lemos                49 (0,03%)
Salas                                     41 (0,02%)
Esposende                            38 (0,02%)
Allariz                                     38 (0,02%)
Rábade                                  37 (0,02%)
Italia                                        35 (0,02%)
Castilla La Mancha VP            35 (0,02%)
Castilla la Mancha otros          34 (0,02%)
Malaga                                  32 (0,02%)
Aveiro                                    29 (0,02%)
Roma                                    29 (0,02%)
Castrojeriz                             28 (0,01%)
Polonia                                  27 (0,01%)
Huelva                                   25 (0,01%)
XFonsagrada                        25 (0,01%)
Córdoba                                24 (0,01%)
Cruz de Ferro                       22 (0,01%)
Valladolid                              22 (0,01%)
Benavente                            22 (0,01%)
Nájera                                   22 (0,01%)
Reino Unido C.F.                   17 (0,01%)
Grado                                   16 (0,01%)
La Mesa                               15 (0,01%)
Irlanda C.F.                           13 (0,01%)
Cataluña - O.C.                     13 (0,01%)
Faro                                     12 (0,01%)
Badajoz                                12 (0,01%)
A Rúa                                   12 (0,01%)
Republica Checa                    10 (0,01%)
Murcia                                    9 (0,00%)
XGrandas de Salime                9 (0,00%)
Valcarlos                                7 (0,00%)
Hungría                                  7 (0,00%)
Luxemburgo                           6 (0,00%)
San Juan de Ortega               6 (0,00%)
O Barco de Valdeorras          5 (0,00%)
La Bañeza                             5 (0,00%)
Resto Galicia                        5 (0,00%)
Inglaterra C.F.                       5 (0,00%)
Rusia                                    1 (0,00%)
Jerusalem                             1 (0,00%)