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Walk the Portuguese Way or Camino Portugués in Style

Did you know that you can walk the Portuguese Way in style? The are really nice accommodations on the way from Tui to Santiago de Compostela: from Paradores, historical buildings, to picturesque country cottages.

On our Camino Portugués Lux Tour, you will be able to sleep on the best hotels on the way. We also include extra activities like a Spa Experience in Caldas de Reis or Santiago de Compostela.

The Portuguese Way is a long walking trail (from Lisbon to Santiago) but most of the pilgrims walk its last 100 km, from Tui to Santiago. 

Also, if you feel distances are too long, we can split some of the walking days in two. For example, if you do not feel like walking all the way from Pontevedra to Caldas de Reis in one day, you can stay overnight in Barro!

Some of the highlights of the last 100 km of the Portuguese Way:

-The old quarter of Tui and its Cathedral

-The village called Pontesampaio, on the way to Arcade

-The Church of La Peregrina, in Pontevedra

-The thermal spring waters in Caldas de Reis

-The history of Padrón

And there is even more! The Camino Portugués is the perfect walk for those pilgrims who are looking to meet other walkers on the way, but also have some time of solitude and reflection.

 

  • From 910€/per person sharing (double room).
  • Upgraded accommodation · Half Board · Luggage Transfers included.
INCLUDES
  • 7 NIGHT UPGRADED ACCOMMODATION
  • HALF BOARD
  • SPA
  • LUGGAGE TRANSFER
  • 24/7 PHONE ASSISTANCE
  • PILGRIM PASSPORT
  • WALKING NOTES
Customize your trip
If you want to add extra nights, upgrade your accommodation, add or remove meals, stay on a specific place… or change anything on the itinerary, please do not hesitate to let us know. We offer tailor-made tours!
 

IMPORTANT

Please note that our itineraries are completely flexible. If you have a different idea in mind (want to add or remove nights, services, etc), you can just let us know. Please do not hesitate to contact us to get your custom-made itinerary. 

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Tui, point of departure of the last 100 km of the Camino Portugués.

Day 2: Tui– O Porriño (16 km)

Tui is a lovely town located in the boarder with Portugal. It is known as the starting point of the last 100 km of the Portuguese Way.

The walk from Tui to O Porriño is very pleasant, through the countryside of Galicia region.

Day 3: O Porriño – Redondela (15 km)

The walk from O Porriño to Redondela will offer the first views of the ocean.

The terrain is quite hilly, but the landscape is worth the effort.

Day 4: Redondela – Pontevedra (20 km)

There are really nice spots on the way from Redondela to Pontevedra. For example, Pontesampaio. There is a lot of history in this small village.

The most challenging part of the day? The ascent known as A Canicouva.

Day 5: Pontevedra – Caldas de Rei (21 km)

After leaving Pontevedra behind, the path of the Camino will take us back to the countryside of Galicia region. We will walk through rural areas, woods, and streams.

Highlights of the day:
-The cascades and mills at the Natural Park of the Barosa River
-The thermal spring waters in Caldas de Reis

Day 6: Caldas de Rei – Padrón (19 km)

On the way from Caldas de Rei to Padrón, the Portuguese Way passes through small hamlets. You will see disperse house along the walk.

Padrón has a lot of history related to the Camino de Santiago.

Day 7: Padrón – Santiago (24,5 km)

If you do not feel like walking 25 km in one day, we can split the stretch from Padrón to Santiago de Compostela in two. This way you will get to know Teo, which is half way.

The landscape will radically change as we approach the outskirts of Santiago de Compostela.

Our final destination? The Obradoiro Square, where the main façade of the Cathedral is located.

Day 8

Check out Santiago

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