Portuguese Camino Tours

The Portuguese Camino is the second most popular route because it allows you to sample the best of Spain and Portugal's cultural heritage, their amazing landscapes and their unique gastronomy. It is mostly flat and less traveled than the French route and that in itself, is an attraction for many.

This route is also known as the Camino Central Portugués because unlike the Portuguese Coast Camino route, when you cross into Spain you will walk inland and not by the coastline. The true starting point for this camino is Lisbon, 615Km away from Santiago but most pilgrims start from either Porto in Portugal or Tui, on the border of Spain and Portugal. Both guided and self-guided tours appear on the list below. 

Portuguese Classic

Cathedral in Tui

This GUIDED tour will start at Tui, located on the border between Spain and Portugal, across the Minho river. Medieval bridges, the historical old town of Pontevedra and the village of Padrón, famous for its peppers, are some of the interesting sights you will find along the way. This section of the Portuguese camino will take you through green landscapes up the hills and down the valleys into a region well-known for its Albariño wines, an excellent way to explore the last 100Km of the Portuguese Camino.

$3,199

Portuguese Camino: Tui to Santiago

pilgrim walking along road

This route starts from the town of Tui on the border between Spain and Portugal, across the Minho river. Medieval bridges, the historical old town of Pontevedra and the village of Padrón, famous for its peppers, are some of the interesting sights along the way. This section of the Portuguese camino will take you through green landscapes up the hills and down the valleys into a region well-known for its Albariño wines, an excellent way to explore the last 100Km of the Portuguese Camino.

$984