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Portuguese Way Classic Self-Guided

A unique journey from Portugal into the heart of Galicia. The Portuguese Way Classic Self-Guided follows the traditional inland Portuguese Way from Portugal into Santiago de Compostela with an average of 18 km per day. This means you get to visit two different countries, get your Compostela, visit some of the most historical places in Europe, walk in total liberty and... escape the crowds! Although the Portuguese Way is growing in popularity, 70% of pilgrims still choose the French Way. So, if you are looking for a bit more peace and quiet, wonderful accommodation, delicious seafood, stunning views, easier walking days, the proximity of the beach and the possibility to enjoy a thermal bath after a walking day this is the tour for you. But shhh let's keep this a secret between us and let us guide you through the best of the Portuguese Way.

Tui to Santiago for €890 per person sharing!

  • Portuguese Way Classic Self-Guided INCLUDES

    • En-suite accommodation in charming luxurious guest-houses & 2 to 4* hotels
    • All breakfasts and three-courses dinners (wine or beer included on request)
    • Luggage transfers from hotel to hotel
    • Emergency support from our local team
    • All taxes and gratuities for the hotels
    • A detailed John Brierley guidebook per room
    • A Pilgrim Kit per person including an official Pilgrim Passport (Credential)
    • Walk between 9 km and 24 km per day

    price & dates

    Can be organized on request for any number of participants including single departures on the date of your choice - subject to availability and price fluctuations.

    Starting Point Rates
    Walk 8 days in Spain from Tui to Santiago 890
    Single room supplement €250
    Walk 15 days in Portugal & Spain from Porto to Santiago €1.750
    Single room supplement €490
    Walk 9 days in Portugal from Porto to Tui €990
    Single room supplement €280

    Extras:

    • Private Airport transfers from Porto Airport to Porto City or from Vigo Airport to Tui + from Santiago City to Santiago Airport: + €70 per car up to 4 passengers
    • Extra night in Santiago: + €140 per room (dinner not included)
    • Extra night in the 5* Parador of Santiago: + €300 per room (dinner not included - upgrade + €170)

    Contact us for further pricing details including extra activities, shorter walking days, travel insurance, stop-overs and day tours.

    •   fact file from Tui

      Accommodation  Luxurious Manors & 2 to 4* Hotels
      Total Walking Distance  116 km
      Duration  8 days / 7 nights
      Starts  Tui
      Stops  (Valença), Porriño, Redondela, Pontevedra, Caldas de Reis, Padrón
      Ends  Santiago de Compostela
    • highlights

      Get your Compostela
      Walk the Camino in two countries
      Escape the crowds by choosing a secondary route
      Enjoy incredible views, beaches and Medieval towns like Valença

Looking for a different journey? You can also walk the Portuguese Way in 3 to 5* hotels including unique Paradores or choose an alternative coastal route from Baiona to Santiago with a Spiritual Detour via the Ulla River.

what to expect on this tour?

Expect to have a wonderful time and to experience the best the Portuguese Way has to offer! We designed this tour around personal experiences of the Camino, client feedback and recommendations so your group can have the best experience possible along the Way. Take your time to travel through beautiful Northern Portugal and Southern Galician, through countryside, timeless villages and rediscover the pleasure of being in direct contact with nature.

Note: The stops, activities and distances detailed in the tour itinerary are subject to accommodation availability. Ask us for a final itinerary based on your dates and requirements! We will happily customize this itinerary by adapting the number of days and the distances to your specific interests and needs! Learn more about our Services here.

self-guided Tour with local emergency support

This tour does not have a guide so you will be walking at your own pace and making as much or little stops as you wish. The days have been shorten to ensure you are walking an average of 18 km a day (11 miles). As everyone will be walking in the same direction, take this opportunity to meet new people or introspect during your time alone.

Most people leave early in the morning to avoid the heat and to be able to indulge during the afternoon in a siesta, use the hotels facilities, visit the village and have a drink in a local terrace. But this is your Camino, you decide how you want to live it!

SLEEP IN CHARMING LUXURIOUS GUEST-HOUSES & 2 TO 4* HISTORICAL HOTELS

We take particular pride in the quality of our accommodation. We regularly visit and rate all our providers to ensure your group only stays in the best accommodation along the Way according to your budget and needs.

On this tour, you will sleep in charming luxurious guest-houses near the Camino (transfers to and from the houses included each day) & 2 to 4* historical hotels in town centers. But please note, that, due to the increasing popularity of the Camino, our favorite hotels might already be fully booked on your dates so we will be reliant on availability. In this case, we will try our best to find the best accommodation available which provide a welcoming, safe and authentic experience.

Everyday, as you change accommodation, you will find your suitcase, left with your hotel receptionist in the morning, will travel with you to the next accommodation and you will have different facilities to enjoy including swimming pools, spas, huge gardens...

Eat fresh, delicious & traditional meals

Northern Portugal gastronomy and wines are starting to gain International recognition and their unique culinary style and produce has been attracting appraisal from some of the best culinary critics. Galicia is also proud to have a few Michelin star restaurants and is known all over Spain for the quality of our products and our cooks' skills. So, expect mouth-watering three-course dinners made out with fresh, local ingredients served either at your hotel or at a local nearby restaurant, whichever offer the best quality meals according to your specifications. Local wine or beer can be included at dinner on request!

Lunch is usually not included to allow you to stop whenever you feel you need a break and to enjoy quality time with the new friends you will make along the Way.

We cater for vegetarians, vegans and any special dietary requirements or allergies. Just let us know beforehand so we can advise the chefs.

Add extra days or activities for an unforgettable adventure

Why not take advantage of the fact you are in the Iberian peninsula to do some tourism and visit Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona or any Spanish city on your bucket list? The closest International airport to the start of your Camino is Oporto and your departure airport should be Santiago de Compostela. So, why not book a couple nights extra in Porto or a few nights in Lisbon, Faro, Lagos?

We can help you choose and book those extra nights before or after your tour and organize day tours around Galicia to, for example, the beautiful Cies Islands, or to Finisterre or extra activities during the tour (wine-tasting, Balneotherapy, guided City tours or much more. Check out our selection of Day Tours in Galicia and European Stop-Overs or let your imagination run wild and let us know let us know how you would like to make this tour unique.

CAMINO PORTUGUESE self-guided DAY BY DAY ITINERARY from Tui

This 7 nights route brings you along the last 116 kilometers of the traditional Camino Portugues - Portuguese Way into Santiago de Compostela.

Map and elevations of the last 116 km of the Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago

DAY 1 - MAKING OUR WAY TO Tui

Make your way to Tui by taking a private taxi, bus or train from Porto (about 1h drive) or Vigo (20 min drive). You will be staying the next couple nights in a modern 3* hotel in the town center of the monumental City of Tui.

Tui is a walled cathedral from which in Medieval time emanated cultural, economic and military life, just on the Spanish side of the border with Portugal. If your time of arrival allows and before your first dinner with us in your hotel, visit Valença do Minho on the other side of the Portuguese border about a 3h walk return. This impressive 13th century fortress with stunning views onto the whole region will help you understand the huge battles that took place between Spain, Portugal and France in the region for control of the strategic River Miño and the visit will allow you to cross a very photogenic bridge between the two country.

day 2 - 16 km - Walk from Tui to O Porriño

Finally, the day you start your pilgrimage on the Portuguese Way starting from the beautiful town of Tui. This area has been occupied since the Lower Paleolithic and has been a strategic defense point since the 6th century. So, before you leave, take your time to marvel at the old town architecture and visit the Cathedral to get your first Camino stamp.

Today’s walk is fairly easy, mostly downhill all the way to O Porriño. The first kilometers will be exiting Tui through an old village. Half way to O Porriño, make sure you follow the new “Camino Natural” signs which will bring you through forests and joins a pretty riverbank, instead of the old alternative route that goes through an industrial area (even if recommended by locals).

After the walk, give our driver a call to drive you back in 15min to Tui for another night in the same hotel as the night before.

day 3 - 20KM - WALK FROM O PORRIÑO TO Soutoxuste

As you continue your adventure slightly uphill through peaceful forest paths, you will pass by some of the most interesting examples of Galician architecture: the church of Santa Eulalia del Monte and the Pazo de los Marqueses in the parish of Mos. Enjoy on your left, beautiful views onto the City of Vigo, its bay, the Rías Baixas and the Cies Islands (known for having some of the best beaches in the world).

After a few hours walk, you will reach Redondela. If you still have time and energy, go for a walk along the boardwalk to see the end of one of the Rías Baixas. Your hotel for the night is another 3 km along the Camino de Santiago and has stunning views onto the Ría de Vigo and the Island of San Simon. You can decide to walk to the hotel along the Camino or ask for a pick up from Redondela.

day 4 - 16 km - Walk from Soutoxuste to Pontevedra

Today, expect two sceneries: half the day will be walking uphill by the coast with stunning views over the Vigo Bay and the second part will be downhill through peaceful oak forests. You will pass the infamous bridge of Ponte Sampaio, where during the War of Independence, Napoleon’s army suffered one of its greatest defeats and cross several quaint medieval villages.

You are heading to the a 3* hotel in the center of the old town of Pontevedra, the Roman built city which has been dedicated to the Virgen Peregrina (the Pilgrim Virgin). In the afternoon, and before dinner in your hotel, take a walk through the well-preserved old quarter of Pontevedra, most of which has been pedestrianized, and visit Santa María la Mayor Basilica, a jewel of Gothic-Renaissance architecture, and La Virgen Peregrina Church, a chapel with a scallop-shaped floor plan and beautiful night lighting.

day 5 - 22 km - Walk from Pontevedra to Caldas de Reis

Today's stage is one of the most beautiful of the Portuguese Way. You will walk through vineyards, small rural hermitage, chestnut groves and eucalyptus forests. About 8 km before Caldas de Reis, your destination for the day, make a 500m detour to see Muiñada De Barosa, a beautiful natural enclave with waterfalls and a lovely restaurant.

Your hotel tonight is right in the town center by the river and near the roman baths. To reward you for walking so far, tonight you will get a complimentary thermal bath in the hotel spa (don't forget your swimsuit and cap).

day 6 - 18 km - Walk from Caldas de Reis to Padrón

Today, the path enters the beautiful Bermaña Valley and its centennial forests towards the emblematic town of Padrón, where according to legends, the stone boat containing the remains of the Apostle moored.

Padrón is also famous for their mild green peppers that are sold all over Spain as Pimentos de Padrón and for it's Sunday Market. You will stay in a hotel in the town center whose restaurant attracts customers from Santiago de Compostela.

DAY 7 - 24 km - WALK FROM PADRÓN TO SANTIAGO!

This is it! Only 24 km separates you from your goal: the resting place of the Apostle Saint James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The Camino will bring you through charming villages and hamlets as well as the Baroque sanctuary of A Esclavitude. You will get to walk by the mysterious, abandoned ruins on the hill-fort of Castro Lupario, of the castle A Rocha Vella and the Chapel of San Martiño were one of the most ancient Cruceiros of Galicia stands. Then, finally, from the hills of Agro dos Monteiros, you will get our first glimpse of Santiago de Compostela and start walking into the city of the Apostle.

This day can be cut in two to let you stay in a beautiful Galician Manor near Faramelo or you can make it straight to Santiago. As you enter the town a couple routes are offered to you, we recommend following the River Sarela instead of entering through the new town.

Soon enough you will reach the Plaza del Obradoiro, where the Cathedral will present itself to you, majestic and beautiful. Stop here for a while and breath in this moment, do whatever feels right.

You still have a few things to do today, after you check-in at your hotel just a couple minutes walk away - get your pilgrim certificate, attend Pilgrim Mass & marvel at the architecture of our beloved City.

day 8 - Start of your next adventure

A wise pilgrim once told us “the real Camino starts where the Camino de Santiago finishes but I will not be afraid because the Camino will always be there for me.”

We hope the Camino has brought you whatever you were looking for and wish to see you again soon in Galicia!

CAMINO PORTUGUESE self-guided DAY BY DAY ITINERARY

This 14 nights route brings you along the last 240 kilometers of the traditional inland Camino Portugues - Portuguese Way into Santiago de Compostela.

Map and elevations of the 240 km of the Portuguese Way from Porto to Santiago

DAY 1 - MAKING OUR WAY TO PORTO and port wine tasting

Make your way to the historic center of Oporto where you will spend the night in a historic hotels just by the harbor. In the morning, spend a couple hours discovering the city center: the iconic train station, Galerias Paris, Rua das Flores, the Lello library and the Old Market, before having a typical lunch by the harbor overlooking the river and Gaia.

In the afternoon, cross the imposing double-decked metal arch Dom-Luís bridge to the other side of the river and into the town of Gaia. Take the optional cable car town to the Porto Bodega Quarters (usually €5 with a glass of port wine) and walk until you reach the Ferreira Bodega, one of the best wineries in the world. Here, we will have arranged for you a Premium guided tour of the award-winning bodega where your guide will let you taste different Port wines, explain how there are made and opened. In the evening, we recommend watching sunset on the bridge before enjoying your first dinner with us in your hotel restaurant (Fado dinner is also an option).

DAY 2 - Free morning in Porto and Transfer to Arcos

In the morning, relax and discover a bit more of Porto. We recommended for example, heading to the lighthouse in Foz de Douro for a spectacular view (accessible by tramway) onto the ocean and spend some time on the beach or spend a bit more time walking around the Old Town of Porto, attending Mass in the Cathedral at 11 am for your first Pilgrim Stamp or go shopping for unique souvenirs made of cork or ceramics.

Mid-afternoon, our taxi driver will pick you up at your hotel reception to bring to your second hotel, right on the Camino de Santiago, about 40 minutes drive away from Porto in the village of Arcos. You can also add a couple days to your journey to walk to this popular Camino stop or choose to walk the coastal way through Foz until Vila do Conde before joining the Interior Route in Arcos. But this is not recommended as the exit of Porto is through a busy new town and an industrial area - not very interesting. Instead, lay back while you drive to Arcos with our English-speaking driver and enjoy the swimming pool and gardens of your town center hotel.

DAY 3 - 11 KM - WALK FROM Arcos to Pedra Furada

Finally, this is the day you start your pilgrimage! After breakfast, leave your guest-house on foot to join the Camino de Santiago for your first day's walk, an easy 11km section through delightful woodlands paths. You will be walking along quiet country lanes, mostly screened by eucalyptus and pine woods. Whenever you had enough or reached Pedra Furada give our taxi a call for a pick up to bring you back to last night's hotel in Arcos.

If you feel like this will not be enough, we can also schedule for you to walk directly to Barcelos, the next stop - a total of 20 km, saving you one day walk!

DAY 4 - 9 KM - WALK FROM Pedre furada to barcelos

At 9 am, our driver will pick you up in your hotel in Arcos to bring you back to where you stopped in Pedra Furada. As you start the day, you will have two choices: following the traditional route or making a detour through woodland around the slopes of Monte Franquiera (+140m) with an opportunity to visit the 18th century Chapel of Santa da Franqueira, Roman Castrum and a prehistoric settlement. The second option is tougher but you have time and we believe it is worth the extra kilometers.

Your hotel for the night is a lovely guest-house just before the bridge entering Barcelos, a small town known for its pottery and the most widely-recognized symbol of Portugal - the Barcelos Cockerel. Barcelos is also famous for its weekly artisan and food market (one of the largest in Europe). It takes place on Thursday mornings so if you are interested, try planning to arrive in Barcelos early on a Thursday or leaving for Balugães on a Thursday after visiting the market.

DAY 5 - 16 KM - WALK FROM barcelos TO Balugães

Today, you will be walking what is considered to be the most beautiful stage of the Portuguese Way. You will start, again, directly from your hotel in Barcelos and walk above a small hill (+170 m) separating the river valleys of Cavado and Neiva through vineyards and woodlands.

Your destination for the night, if available, is a beautiful guest-house just after Balugães at the crossroads of two ancient paths: the Former Royal Road, a roman route between Braga and Viana do Castelo and the Way to Saint James. It was built originally to serve pilgrims over 500 years ago and renovated to offer the best services including an outdoor swimming pool, sauna, hot tub and cinema room.

DAY 6 - 19 KM - WALK FROM Balugães to Ponte de Lima

On your fourth day of your Camino, you will find by now, the way you live the Camino is changing. As your body and feet are getting used to the activity, the path becomes gentler. Take it in and enjoy this time-off from your busy life to think, relax and interact with fellow pilgrims. Expect another beautiful day into the valley of Lima starting with a small climb to Portela (+160 m). It will then be downhill all the way into Ponte de Lima, where you will be staying in a beautiful guest-house in the Historic Center. Ponte de Lima is known for being the oldest village in Portugal and which served as a Roman settlement 2500 years ago on the road from Braga to Santiago de Compostela and Lugo.

The region is famous for its unique Vinho Verde, a very refreshing and slightly sparkling young wine typical from Northern Portugal. The two most successful white wine varieties are Alvarinho and Loureiro. Alvarinho tends to produce low yields and can reach much higher alcohol levels. Loureiro produces higher yields but very aromatic wines. It seems the Roman in 870 AD were already fund of this unique wine, so make sure you try at least one glass before leaving Portugal.

DAY 7 - 22 KM - WALK FROM Ponte de Lima to Cossourado

Today, you will be walking a glorious section far away from any type of civilization. It will also be the biggest climb of your journey, as you will be going uphill for about 5 km on mountain paths, so be well prepared and enjoy some of the most beautiful views there is on any Camino.

Follow the Roman Military Road by the Labruja River to Codeçal through eucalyptus forests by two waterfalls and up to Alto da Portela Grande de Labruja at 400 m of altitude where you will enjoy breathtaking views. Facilities along the way will be limited but there will be shelter and a number of drinking fountains available along the way.

Once you arrived in Rubiaes, where you should visit the 12th-century Romanesque Church of São Pedro de Rubiães, we will ask you to continue another 4km towards Cossourado to reach a lovely guest-house on the Camino (you can also ask for a pick up).

DAY 8 - 16 KM - WALK FROM Cossourado to tui

In the morning, you will start with a a descent towards the Minho Valley and into the must-see 13th century fortress of Valença do Minho (or just Valença). The walls and ramparts of this fortress dominating the riverside and speak volumes about erstwhile neighborly disagreements between Portugal and Spain. After a short visit, take the bridge and cross the border into Spain. You will be walking into the City of Tui where you will be staying in a modern 3* hotel in the town center.

Tui is, above all, a walled cathedral from which emanated cultural, economic and military life. Featuring among Tui’s architectural heritage is the Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral, the Romanesque Church of San Bartolomé and the baroque Church of San Telmo as well as several miradors.

day 9 - 16 km - Walk from Tui to O Porriño



Today’s walk is fairly easy, mostly downhill all the way to O Porriño. This area has been occupied since the Lower Paleolithic and has been a strategic defense point since the 6th century. So, before you leave, take your time to marvel at the old town architecture and visit the Cathedral to get your first Camino stamp. The first kilometers will be exiting Tui through an old village. Half way to O Porriño, make sure you follow the new “Camino Natural” signs which will bring you through forests and joins a pretty riverbank, instead of the old alternative route that goes through an industrial area (even if recommended by locals).

After the walk, give our driver a call to drive you back in 15min to Tui for another night in the same hotel as the night before.

day 10 - 20KM - WALK FROM O PORRIÑO TO Soutoxuste

As you continue your adventure slightly uphill through peaceful forest paths, you will pass by some of the most interesting examples of Galician architecture: the church of Santa Eulalia del Monte and the Pazo de los Marqueses in the parish of Mos. Enjoy on your left, beautiful views onto the City of Vigo, its bay, the Rías Baixas and the Cies Islands (known for having some of the best beaches in the world).

After a few hours walk, you will reach Redondela. If you still have time and energy, go for a walk along the boardwalk to see the end of one of the Rías Baixas. Your hotel for the night is another 3 km along the Camino de Santiago and has stunning views onto the Ría de Vigo and the Island of San Simon. You can decide to walk to the hotel along the Camino or ask for a pick up from Redondela.

day 11 - 16 km - Walk from Soutoxuste to Pontevedra

Today, expect two sceneries: half the day will be walking uphill by the coast with stunning views over the Vigo Bay and the second part will be downhill through peaceful oak forests. You will pass the infamous bridge of Ponte Sampaio, where during the War of Independence, Napoleon’s army suffered one of its greatest defeats and cross several quaint medieval villages.

You are heading to the a 3* hotel in the center of the old town of Pontevedra, the Roman built city which has been dedicated to the Virgen Peregrina (the Pilgrim Virgin). In the afternoon, and before dinner in your hotel, take a walk through the well-preserved old quarter of Pontevedra, most of which has been pedestrianized, and visit Santa María la Mayor Basilica, a jewel of Gothic-Renaissance architecture, and La Virgen Peregrina Church, a chapel with a scallop-shaped floor plan and beautiful night lighting.

day 12 - 22 km - Walk from Pontevedra to Caldas de Reis

Today's stage is one of the most beautiful of the Portuguese Way. You will walk through vineyards, small rural hermitage, chestnut groves and eucalyptus forests. About 8 km before Caldas de Reis, your destination for the day, make a 500m detour to see Muiñada De Barosa, a beautiful natural enclave with waterfalls and a lovely restaurant.

Your hotel tonight is right in the town center by the river and near the roman baths. To reward you for walking so far, tonight you will get a complimentary thermal bath in the hotel spa (don't forget your swimsuit and cap).

day 13 - 18 km - Walk from Caldas de Reis to Padrón

Today, the path enters the beautiful Bermaña Valley and its centennial forests towards the emblematic town of Padrón, where according to legends, the stone boat containing the remains of the Apostle moored.

Padrón is also famous for their mild green peppers that are sold all over Spain as Pimentos de Padrón and for it's Sunday Market. You will stay in a hotel in the town center whose restaurant attracts customers from Santiago de Compostela.

DAY 14 - 24 km - WALK FROM PADRÓN TO SANTIAGO!

This is it! Only 24 km separates you from your goal: the resting place of the Apostle Saint James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The Camino will bring you through charming villages and hamlets as well as the Baroque sanctuary of A Esclavitude. You will get to walk by the mysterious, abandoned ruins on the hill-fort of Castro Lupario, of the castle A Rocha Vella and the Chapel of San Martiño were one of the most ancient Cruceiros of Galicia stands. Then, finally, from the hills of Agro dos Monteiros, you will get our first glimpse of Santiago de Compostela and start walking into the city of the Apostle.

This day can be cut in two to let you stay in a beautiful Galician Manor near Faramelo or you can make it straight to Santiago. As you enter the town a couple routes are offered to you, we recommend following the River Sarela instead of entering through the new town.

Soon enough you will reach the Plaza del Obradoiro, where the Cathedral will present itself to you, majestic and beautiful. Stop here for a while and breath in this moment, do whatever feels right.

You still have a few things to do today, after you check-in at your hotel just a couple minutes walk away - get your pilgrim certificate, attend Pilgrim Mass & marvel at the architecture of our beloved City.

day 15 - Start of your next adventure

A wise pilgrim once told us “the real Camino starts where the Camino de Santiago finishes but I will not be afraid because the Camino will always be there for me.”

We hope the Camino has brought you whatever you were looking for and wish to see you again soon in Galicia!

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