Section 5 of 58 DaysModerate Difficulty115km
The most popular section of the Camino Portugues is the final 100KM stretch from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. On this 8 day excursion, you’ll start in the medieval town of Tui and travel through farmland, vineyards and historically significant Camino villages. On this route, you’ll also earn stamps and qualify for your certificate of completion at the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela.
Section 4 of 58 DaysEasy Difficulty113km
On this, the penultimate section of the Camino Portugues, you’ll walk through a diverse landscape of rolling green hills, serene Atlantic coastlines, and even the urban jungle that is Porto. This section is a particular treat for history and architecture buffs, as you’ll get a chance to visit many stunning baroque churches that are sprinkled all along this section.
30+ DaysModerate Difficulty598km
The full Camino Portugues is almost 600KM in length, slightly shorter than the famous Camino Frances, but has tonnes to offer. It boasts stunning coastlines and fantastic cities, such as Lisbon, Porto, and Pontevedra, the There are several important pilgrimage towns, such as Tui, as well as some of the most picturesque beaches in the world.
If you’re looking to get away from the crowds and heat of the Summer, the Camino Portugues is perfect for you.