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The Camino Way – Portugal to Spain

11 Days
goat guide

DATES Sun 7th April 2024
- Wed 17th April 2024

10 nights/11 days

THIS TREK IS FULLY BOOKED BUT DO LOOK AT ONE OF OUR OTHERS - SWITZERLAND,IRELAND HADRIAN’S WALL AND THE LIGHTHOUSE WAY STILL HAVE PLACES. Walking over 100kms guided by our local Portuguese guide Raquel we will give you an experience you won’t forget. We hope you will join us on this very special women only ‘ last 100km of the Camino Way’. Yes you will get your stamp!


Dates: Sunday April 7th to Wednesday April 17th – 10 nights/11 days

Guide: Local english speaking guide

Walking Grade: 3 Goats because of the distance we are travelling. These are not high walks and there is minimal ascent and descent so some days are much more of a goat 2 walk. We will walk from TUI  to Santiago de Compostela which is over 100km – there will be some transport to get you to the start of each days walks. The transport carries all your luggage between hotels so you just need to relax and enjoy the walking!

We stay in small towns so you can also look around at the end of your walk.

Arrival: Please book flights to Oporto Airport to arrive for an 15.00 group transfer . The hotel is approx 1 hour from the airport.

We will also do a pick up for the Manchester flights arriving at 20.30 and any other with evening flights arriving at around this time.

Departure:  return flights leaving after breakfast on Wednesday April 17th from either Santiago ( approx 1 hour from hotel) or Oporto ( approx 2 hours )

We can arrange an extra night in Porto at the beginning or end of your trip if you would like some extra time to look around.

It is an epic journey by train if you have time.

Price: £2,400 per person for this special trip to include 

  • 10 nights accommodation in an ensuite room for solo occupancy
  • 10 buffet breakfasts at hotels
  • 10 evening meals inclusive of wine and water
  • English speaking guide for the duration of the holiday
  • All land travel in Portugal as outlined – luggage will be transported and is included in the price
  • 1 boat tour on the Douro River
  • 1 wine tasting tour
  • Airport transfer on first and last day from Oporto Airport (Porto)

Not included:

  • Lunches
  • Travel to and from Oporto, Portugal.

If you bring a friend and share a room the price is £2k – a discount of £200 each.



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In 2023 we offered a taste of the Portuguese Way walking 74 kms to experience the more hidden paths in Portugal. Many woman told us they would like to walk longer and do the Camino Way so we have developed a holiday with our  partner in Portugal. This time to walk 100kms and get your Camino Way passport once you reach Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

The central Camino route is fairly flat and a steady walk of between 15 and 25km a day. We walk through small traditional villages and discover the rural countryside of this area of Portugal as we head North. You will have some lovely coastal views at some parts of the journey. We stay in hotels so you have the chance to relax and be in comfort at the end of each day. Your luggage will transported between hotels so it is ready for you when you arrive.


Itinerary may vary or change depending on weather and at the guides discretion. You will be briefed on the next days walk every evening 

Day 1 – Arrival at Oporto airport

On arrival at Oporto Airport, we will have a private coach transfer to our centrally located hotel. Depending on our arrival time we will have an orientation walk before dinner.

Overnight Oporto

Day 2 – River Douro Trip & Port Lodge – a settle in day

Explore the town, which is the ‘capital of the north and Portugal’s second city.

We will visit some of Porto’s most iconic monuments.

Today we visit the Ribeira, a quaint living area, and a World Heritage Site.

A river trip will then allow us to enjoy the spectacular view from the river and a visit to a Port Lodge to get to know the history of this world-famous wine and taste it, of course.

Overnight in Oporto

Day 3 – Transfer to Tui  120km by transport to our start of the Camino Way

Free morning to explore Porto

After lunch we transfer to TUI, located on the banks of the Minho River – the natural border between Spain and Portugal – Tui is our starting point of the beautiful Santiago de Compostela way. Allowing spectacular views into Valença do Minho, we are 116kms from the finishing line!

Overnight Tui .

The Camino Way route begins 

Day 4 – Tui a Porriño 16km. Approx 4 hours walking with 190m ascent and 171m descent.

The day begins by walking through the historic streets of Tui, and a visit its famous cathedral, a 12th century roman catholic church in a late Romanesque and gothic style.

From Tui, we start climbing north, with a descent into O Porriño. It is recommended  to try this town’s famous bread, just because it’s delicious and we’ve earned it!

Overnight Tui 

Day 5 – Porriño a Redondela 15.5 km. Approx 4 hours with 265m ascent and 279m descent.

Our walk takes us through Val da Louriña just before we start the climb that leads to Redondela, where we finish today’s stage. From the top of the climb we can contemplate the amazing views of the Ria de Vigo.

At the end of the walk time to visit Redondela.

Overnight Tui

Day 6 – Redondela a Pontevedra 19.6km. Approx 5 hours with 355m ascent and 347 descent.

From Redondela, we witness a piece of history, by crossing the “Ponte Sampaio”, a Roman bridge that witnesses a battle against the Napoleonic invaders.

We head to Pontevedra, a town with a fascinating historic town centre and several places of interest worth visiting, such as the Plaza de la Peregrina (Pilgrim Square) and the Basilica of Santa María la Mayor.

At the end of the walk time to visit Pontevedra.

Overnight Pontevedra

Day 7 – Pontevedra a Caldas de Reis 21.1km. Approx 6 hours with 212m ascent and 203m descent.

Today’s stage brings us another amazing piece of history. The “ponte do Burgo” is a medieval bridge that will allow us to cross over the Lerez River. Irrevocability associated with the Portuguese way of Santiago, amongst the arches of the bridge the famous scallop is sculpted. The walk continues through native forests, eucalyptus trees and small streams towards Caldas de Reis, known for its thermal waters.

Day 8 – Caldas de Reis a Padrón 18.6km. Approx 5 hours with 223m ascent and 240m descent.

Famous for numerous reasons, Padron is deeply associated with Saint James and its travels through Hispania, making it naturally, one of the most famous stages of the Santiago way.

Nevertheless, you may also want to try the famous local peppers, a roulette of flavourful delicacies that the locals are very proud of!

Overnight Pontevedra

Dia 9 – Padrón a Santiago de Compostela – the final 24.3km. Approx 6 hours with 223m ascent and 394m descent.

Shortly after starting this stage, we reach the village of A Escravitude, with its ornate and beautiful Marian sanctuary. The trail continues to climb as it winds towards Santiago, and we’ll soon spot the towers of the cathedral.

Overnight Santiago de Compostela

Day 10 – Santiago de Compostela

A free day dedicated to the town that centres the mysteries and the pilgrimage of Santiago de Compostela.

Farewell dinner at local restaurant

Overnight Santiago de Compostela

Day 11 – Departure from Santiago de Compostela 

Transfer from Hotel to Airport after breakfast


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The Camino Way – Portugal to Spain
DATES Sun 7th April 2024
- Wed 17th April 2024

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