- Camino de Santiago (St. James way)
- English way (El Camino Inglés)
- Finisterre Way (El Camino de Finisterre)
- French way (El Camino Francés)
- Portugese way (Camino de Portugués)
- Alternative trails
Camino de Santiago Portuguese WayOperated By Yourwayadventures
Starting at the Spanish border with Portugal, the trail heads North to Santiago, passing many typical Galician villages. A little more level...
Portuguese Way last 100 kmOperated By Pilgrim
This is a different Way. We will not find plateaus, complicated heights or marked unevennesses, but we will be able to enjoy forests and...
Portuguese Way - Tui to SantiagoOperated By Galiwonders
The Portuguese Way (Camino Portugués) is the second most popular way among pilgrims every year. It is a long way that goes from...
Portuguese Coastal Way - Baiona to SantiagoOperated By Galiwonders
This option begins in the Portuguese city of Porto, and it goes all along the coast up to the Galician boarder, almost in parallel with the....
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