A Taste of Portugal and Spain

The Camino Portugues begins in Porto, home of the famous Port wine, and later enters Spain. Leaving Porto, you can either take the route along the coast or walk inland on the traditional way.

Nevertheless, both ways pass vineyards, picturesque villages and important cities like Port, Tui and Vigo; and sandy beaches invite you to take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. Whichever route you choose,the strong community of pilgrims, the tasty Portuguese food and the refreshing Vinho Verde will make this trip a great experience!

Coastal Route

Part 1: The Camino along the coast

Porto to Vigo

You will start this trip in Portugal's cultural capital Porto. Take a day to explore the city before you take the Metro to the coast. From now on, you will rarely stroll far from the sea, and get to enjoy tasty seafood, a fresh breeze in your face and the great vibe of this coastal Camino. Read more...
160 km            9 days          easy-medium

Tour 2: Through Galicia towards Santiago

Vigo to Santiago

Behind Vigo, the Camino finally leads away from the coast. It unites with the traditional Camino in Redondela and you will now walk on the historic tracks of pilgrims through the green hills of Galicia all the way to Santiago de Compostela Read more...
100 km            7 Tage          easy

Traditional Route

Tour 1: The Caminho in Portuguese

Porto to Tui

The Camino Portuguese has become popular for good reasons: The traditional route leads over green hills, through shadowy forests and medieval towns. The natural beauty is as much a reasons to choose this route as the great infrastructure and the many friendly pilgrims on the Camino Portuguese. Read more...
120 km            7 days          easy-medium

Tour 2: Through Galicia's vineyards

Tui to Santiago

From the bustling city Tui on the border sto Spain, you will follow quite roads towards O Porriño. Galicia in Spain offers fertile and green hills as well as hearty cuisine and good wine. Read more...
114 km            8 days          easy