Find your trekking - Portugese way (Camino de Portugués)
Become part of a select group of hikers from all over the world and experience one of the oldest pilgrimages in the world: El Camino de Santiago or the St. James path in English. Dive deep in the Mediterranean culture and walk through the vineyards, dine in little bistros and meet like-minded pilgrims and trekkers on your way. A glass of Rioja is well deserved after a good day of trekking along the Camino.
The Camino Portugués (Portuguese) is a great alternative for the French Way if you are looking for a more rural experience and you want to trek the less trodden trails. You can do the last 100 KM of the Camino on the Portuguese-Spanish border or choose for the full pilgrimage coming from Lisbon. See stunning countryside, drink the best Port wine in the world and visit historic cities and villages. Contact one of our trekking experts now to learn more about hiking the Portuguese Camino.
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Starting at the Spanish border with Portugal, the trail heads North to Santiago, passing many typical Galician villages. A little more level terrain than the...
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The Portuguese Way (Camino Portugués) is the second most popular way among pilgrims every year. It is a long way that goes from Lisbon to Galicia, and its...
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