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    Portuguese Camino de Santiago Tours

    Portuguese Camino de Santiago tours are quickly becoming one of the more popular camino variants due to the blend of scenery and culture along the route. Starting in Portugal - either in Porto or Lisbon - Portuguese Camino de Santiago tours head north into Spain, before arriving at Santiago de Compostela. Whether you’ve walked other camino routes or this is your first, planning a Portuguese Camino de Santiago tour is sure to be an epic adventure.

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      Open details for Portuguese Camino to Santiago: Last 100km

      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino to Santiago: Last 100km

      Follow the centuries-old Portuguese Camino from Tui to Santiago de Compostela on this one-week, self-guided trek across pastoral landscapes dotted with charming stone villages.

      Pilgrimage
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $575USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino: Spiritual Variant

      Embark on a profound spiritual journey along the Spiritual Variant Camino Portugues – from Tui to Santiago, a route steeped in history and significance.

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      Jan-Dec
      9 days from $725USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Camino Portugues from Porto to Tui

      Embark on the Portuguese Way from Porto to Tui, immersing yourself in the rich culture and history of northern Portugal. Begin your journey in Porto, indulging in its charming Ribeira district and sampling the local sweet wine. From Vilar do Pinheiro, traverse through picturesque eucalyptus forests to reach Arcos, where the rural ambiance sets the tone for your adventure.

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      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $825USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino: Tui to Finisterre

      The Portuguese Camino: Tui to Finisterre starts from the border town of Tui, located on the banks of the Miño river that serves as a natural border between Spain and Portugal. The natural, historical and monumental heritage that you will find in Tui will be a magnificent opening to begin the route of this way.

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      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      13 days from $850USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Camino Portugues in Deluxe Hotels

      The Camino Portugues in Deluxe Hotels Pilgrimage offers all the adventure of the Camino de Santiago, with upgraded accommodations. Starting in Tui, you will walk 100km of trails through Spain to reach the cathedral of Santiago. This incredible journey has been made by pilgrims for nearly 1,000 years!

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      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $1,075USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino

      Walking the Portuguese Camino is one of the best pilgrimage routes to Santiago to Compostela. The famous Caminho Português de Santiago, also known as the Portuguese Camino or the Portuguese Way takes you through Portugal before crossing into Spain and ending up at Santiago de Compostela.

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      Jan-Dec
      14 days from $1,125USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Easy Camino Portugues from Tui to Santiago

      The last 100 kilometers of the Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago de Compostela offer an ideal journey for families, divided into manageable stages of 17 kilometers or less each day. Starting in Tui, pilgrims will traverse historic towns and cities such as Pontevedra, Caldas de Reis, and Padrón, each with its own unique charm and cultural significance. Along the route, pilgrims will encounter iconic landmarks, including the Cathedral of Santa María de Tui and the medieval bridge of Ponte Sampaio, adding depth and historical context to the pilgrimage experience.

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      Jan-Dec
      11 days from $1,275USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Self-guided Cycling the Camino Portuguese

      One of the great ways to complete the pilgrimage to Compostela is cycling the Camino Portugues. Cycling enthusiasts unite to join fellow “bicigrinos”—pilgrims who choose to cycle rather than walk—make their way on this Cycling the Portuguese Way tour from Porto to Santiago de Compostela.

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      Jan-Dec
      9 days from $1,275USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Portuguese Camino Plus Walk Tour

      On this ‘plus’ tour, you’ll enjoy charming stays in boutique hotels, convenient airport transfers, and a comprehensive in-person briefing. 

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      Jan-Dec
      10 days from $1,475USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago

      Guided Cycling The Portuguese Camino

      Join this guided bike tour along the Portuguese Camino. Cycle through the bucolic landscape of northern Portugal and Spain as you journey along the Portuguese Camino from Porto to Santiago de Compostela.

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      Jun, Sep
      8 days from $1,895USDDetails
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      Portuguese Camino de Santiago General Information

      What makes the Camino Portugues special?

      The Camino Portugues offers a unique journey through Portugal's stunning landscapes and historic cities. Its blend of rich cultural heritage and scenic beauty makes it a favored route for those seeking a blend of pilgrimage and exploration.

      How does the Camino Portugues compare to Camino Frances?

      The Camino Portugues provides a quieter alternative to the Camino Frances, with less crowded paths and a more intimate experience of the local culture and landscapes. It's ideal for pilgrims seeking a peaceful route rich in history and natural beauty.

      Does completing the Camino Portugues qualify for Compostela?

      Yes, completing the classic Camino Portugues allows pilgrims to qualify for the Compostela, as long as they cover the last 100km on foot to Santiago de Compostela. This recognition honors the spiritual journey undertaken on this historic path.

      Top 5 Most Popular Camino Portugues Variations

      1. Classic Camino Portugues: This option traverses the heart of Portugal, offering an immersive cultural and historical journey through iconic cities and serene countryside.
      2. Camino Portugues Last 100 km from Tui to Santiago: A favorite for those seeking the Compostela, this segment combines Galician beauty with the fulfillment of the pilgrimage's spiritual journey.
      3. Portuguese Way Spiritual Variant: An introspective route through serene coastal landscapes and sacred sites, offering a unique spiritual depth before rejoining the main path.
      4. Camino Portugues Last 100 km with Finisterre Extension: Extends the traditional last 100 km to include the mythical Finisterre, known as the "end of the world," offering breathtaking ocean views and a symbolic end to the pilgrimage.
      5. Guided Camino Portugues: This itinerary offers a structured experience with expert guides, ensuring pilgrims enjoy the rich history and beauty of the route with added support and insights.

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