Portuguese Way

27 Stages | 620km

The Portuguese Camino de Santiago is the second busiest route of the Camino de Santiago.

From Lisbon, it draws a line from south to north that passes through important Portuguese cities and towns, such as Santarém, Coímbra, Oporto, Barcelos, Ponte de Lima and Valença do Miño, until it crosses the international bridge over the Miño River and enters Galicia through the town of Tui. Already in Galician lands, the route runs through the entire province of Pontevedra until it reaches the city of the Apostle.

Our journeys of the Portuguese Camino de Santiago