Camino de Santiago (St James Way)  PORTUGUESE ROUTE

SELF-GUIDED        Choose either     INLAND ROUTE  or  COASTAL ROUTE

About the Portuguese Camino:  There are two main Camino routes leading north from the Portuguese city of Porto. One route goes inland through villages and pretty countryside crossing the Spanish border at Valenca. The other route is along the coast crossing the Spanish border by ferry over the Rover Minho. The two trails eventually merge at Redondela and continue to Santiago.

Walkers' World Self-Guided walks are for those who prefer to walk independently. A comfortable room with private bath is waiting at the end of each day. Luggage is transported from inn to inn so all walkers carry is their daily necessities.  An English-speaking local tour host is on call for advice and assistance. 

Self-guided walks can be arranged starting any day (subject to accommodation availability) but we suggest that the best time is from April to October. 

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