Pilgrims have been walking the Camino de Santiago for centuries, following the many paths to Santiago de Compostela and the tomb of St James. Today, whether walking the Camino for spiritual reasons, as a challenge or to experience its unique culture and beauty, the Camino is a trip of a lifetime, an unforgettable journey…
The Portuguese Way
Walk along the gorgeous coastal route from Baiona to Santiago, soaking in the beautiful scenery and experiencing authentic culture in rustic coastal towns. The last 100km of the Camino Portugués is the most popular section, starting in Tui, Galicia, just across the Minho river from Portugal. Explore Tui’s beautiful old town, visit the hilltop cathedral and, if you have time before heading to Santiago, walk across the 19th century International Bridge to Valença do Minho, its Portuguese ‘twin’ town
The Portuguese Coastal Way
or Caminho da Costa is a stunning alternative route of the Portuguese Camino de Santiago. Following the Atlantic Coast towards Santiago de Compostela, the Portuguese Coastal Way starts in the colourful city of Porto and will take you to charming seaside towns and villages in Northern Portugal before crossing by ferry to A Guarda, in Galicia, and the heart of the Rías Baixas. Discover the wild Atlantic beauty and sandy beaches of Northern Portugal and Galicia, taste delicious seafood and wine, stay in fishing villages and feel refreshed by the maritime feel of our newest Coastal Camino.
Do the Camino your way, stop for two nights and explore or relax. Take a train and enjoy city break in one of the picturesque towns like Porto, Galicia or Santiago. The whole area is steeped in history and offers the finest of seafood and wine to all the weary Camino trekker passing through.
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