The last section of the Camino Portugués starts in the small beguiling city of Porto, one of Portugal’s oldest cities, and takes pilgrims across stunning countryside, villages and towns such as Tui, Pontevedra and Padrón to Santiago. Explore Tui’s beautiful old town, visit the hilltop cathedral and, if you have time before heading to Santiago, walk across the 19th century International Bridge to Valença do Minho, its Portuguese ‘twin’ town.
On the Portuguese Camino route you will walk past terraced fields, lush forests, vineyards and peaceful sleepy villages. Since you will be walking over 100km, don’t forget to stamp your pilgrim passport and request your Compostela certificate when you reach Santiago!
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