« Camino Portuguese Walking Tour 2018 Portugal

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March 20th, 2018 – April 2nd, 2018
14 Days

Join us walking the lesser travelled Caminho Português de Santiago from Porto to Santiago de Compostela, an alternative Camino to the more renowned Camino Frances through Spain. Passing vineyards, crop fields and farms along the way, this trail gives us an insight into the suburban Portuguese way of living.

Walking the Caminho Português is a quieter experience, allowing time for reflection and time to absorb the changing landscape of Portugal, the warmth of the local people, the stunning coastline and historic towns.
Beginning in the World Heritage site of Porto, we walk through a mixture of coastal, forest and open countryside trails to our final destination, the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, where pilgrims from all over the world congregate.

Our arrival coincides with Easter Sunday, where the processions are an incredibly special experience!

Camino parade

Important: We know how popular our Camino Walks are, so we’ve provided you with our day to day itinerary in brief, so you know how far you will walk each day, the towns you will visit and how long the walking tour is for.
We will be updating this with full details shortly, however if you want a head start on securing a place … here’s your chance!



Day 1 - Arrive Porto

Day 2 Transfer to Vilar do Pinheiro and walk to Arcos (4hrs, 19km)

Day 3 Walk to the market town of Barcelos (5hrs, 20km)

Day 4 Continue to Balugaes (4.5hrs, 16km)

Day 5 Walk to Ponte de Lima, the oldest town in Portugal (5.5hrs, 17km)

Day 6 Along delightful trails and crossing small hills en route to Pecene (6.5hrs, 22km)

Day 7 Cross the Spanish border at Tui (4.5hrs, 15km)

Day 8 Walk to O Porriño along quiet country roads and woodland paths, transfer to Tui (5hrs, 16km)

Day 9 Transfer to O Porrino, walk to Arcade on the coast (5.5-6hrs, 22km)

Day 10 A shorter walk to the old town of Pontevedra (3-4hrs, 12.5km)

Day 11 Walk to Caldas de Reis (6-6.5hrs, 23.8km)

Day 12 Via the river valleys of Bermana and Valga to Padron (5-5.5hrs, 19.2km)

Day 13 Through Galician villages to Santiago (6.5hrs, 25.6km) to arrive Easter Sunday

Day 14 Trip concludes Santiago de Compostela


Cost of Tour :

AU$ 4095.00, or Join our Adventure Club as a financial member, and pay the discounted rate of AU$ 3995.00

Book on our Camino de Santiago, Spain and received a further $350 off the price of the two tours.


2 x Adventurous Women Tour Hosts (1 Leader, 1 Support)
13 nights accommodation twin share with ensuite
13 breakfasts
12 dinners
Daily Luggage transfers (1 piece of max 20kg per person)
Information pack, containing maps/route information
Pre-departure information & support to assist you with pre-trip planning (flight/transport options to Porto, local transport options, emergency contact numbers, taxi's, accommodation pre/post, )
Visitor Tax


Not included:

International Flights
Items of a personal nature
Entrance fees
Travel insurance (Compulsory)


TO BOOK YOUR PLACE - Click on the Book Now Button Below, fill out the booking form and we'll provide you with an invoice for payment of a $500.00 deposit.

Once the deposit is paid, your place is secure.

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