The Portuguese Way has its starting point in the Portuguese capital. From here to Santiago de Compostela there are approximately 600 kilometres. If you want to do the whole route, you will need at least one month to complete the 27 stages.
It will undoubtedly be a spectacular adventure in which you will immerse yourself in the culture and history of Portugal until you reach the land of Galicia, two sister lands that share many similarities.
Porto is the city par excellence to start the Portuguese Way. From this point, the presence of the Camino becomes more evident as we find better signposting and a variety of services offered to pilgrims.
From Oporto to Santiago de Compostela you have 240 kilometres ahead of you, which you can comfortably cover in 12 stages.
If you have little time to do the Portuguese Way, Tui is the perfect place to start. From this point you only have to travel 120 kilometres to Santiago de Compostela, perfect for a one-week holiday. The Galician section of this route has everything you need to enjoy an extraordinary experience: the best gastronomy of the estuaries, designation of origin wines, beautiful landscapes of vineyards and fields and a wealth of history and monuments.