Quieter than the Camino Frances, the Portuguese Camino follows the route the body of the Apostle St. James took en-route his final  resting place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.  Starting in the city of Porto you walk this ancient pilgrimage route through small hamlets and pretty forests, over ancient bridges and through market towns dating back to the time of the Romans.  As your luggage will be transferred for you, all you need to carry is your daypack.
Quieter than the Camino Frances, the Portuguese Camino follows the route the body of the Apostle St. James took en-route his final  resting place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.  Starting in the city of Porto you walk this ancient pilgrimage route through small hamlets and pretty forests, over ancient bridges and through market towns dating back to the time of the Romans.  As your luggage will be transferred for you, all you need to carry is your daypack.
Portugal, Spain

Self-guided Portuguese Camino

Self-Guided Trip

14

CA$

days from

2590

Quieter than the Camino Frances, the Portuguese Camino follows the route the body of the Apostle St. James took en-route his final resting place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Starting in the city of Porto you walk this ancient pilgrimage route through small hamlets and pretty forests, over ancient bridges and through market towns dating back to the time of the Romans. As your luggage will be transferred for you, all you need to carry is your daypack.

Activity / Theme

Country

Hiking

Portugal, Spain

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Moderate

Moderate

Transportation

On foot, vehicle transfers, luggage transfers

Accommodation

Comfortable hotels

Months of Operation

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:

Summers are busy on the Camino and you should book well ahead of time.  Consider the beautiful spring and fall seasons when temperatures are perfect for hiking, rain falls only every third day and crowds have gone home.

Itinerary

DAY 1 Start Porto
DAY 2 Walk to Arcos (4 hrs, 19 kms)
DAY 3 Hike to Barcelos (5 hrs, 20 kms)
DAY 4 Onwards to Balugaes (4.5 hrs, 16 kms)
DAY 5 To Portugal's olders town, Ponte de Lima (5.5 hrs, 17 kms)
DAY 6 Through the hills to Pecene (6.5 hrs, 22 kms)
DAY 7 To Tui in Spain (4.5 hrs, 15 kms)
DAY 8 Quiet roads and paths to O Porriño (6 hrs, 23 kms)
DAY 9 Walk to coastal Arcade (6 hrs, 23 kms)
DAY 10 Ramble to old Pontevedra (3-4 hrs, 12 kms)
DAY 11 Hike to Caldas de Reis (6-7 hrs, 22 kms)
DAY 12 To Padron (5-6 hrs, 19 kms)
DAY 13 To Santiago de Compostela (6-7hrs, 26 kms)
DAY 14 End Santiago

Inclusions

13 breakfasts and 11 dinners
13 nights in comfortable hotels with private facilities
Route notes, maps and guidebook
Luggage transfers
Transfers Porto - Vilar do Pinheiro and O Porriño to Tui return
Emergency hotline
Pilgrim's passport

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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