Beginning in Porto, the Portuguese Camino de Santiago borders the Portuguese coast and ends in Santiago. Of the Jacobean itineraries, the Camino that follows the coast of Portugal is one of the least walked but is nevertheless one of the most beautiful.

The Portuguese route along the coast from Porto to Santiago is 175 miles long (280 kms), featuring magnificent cliffs, enigmatic monasteries and surprising legends. We will walk 86 miles (137 kms) in 9 stages –an average of 9,5 miles (15,2 kms) per day– crossing three Portuguese districts and two Galician provinces. Like the Central Portuguese Way, it ends with magnificent views over the Galician estuary. Learn more about the history of the Portuguese Camino and the route that we’ll take.


Aldeia Nova → Vila do Conde → Povoa do Varzim → Esposende → Antas → Viana do Castelo → Ponte do Lima → Rubiaes → Rubiaes → Tui → Redondela → Pontevedra → Caldas → Iria Flavia → Santiago

Porto to Spanish border along the coast, then to Santiago: 175 miles (280 kms)
Walking distance: 86 miles (137 kms)


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