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8 days

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Up to 30 days

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English, Espanol, Nederlands

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Porto to Tui Camino de Santiago Portuguese | 8 days in hotels and hostels |

The amazing Porto to Tui Camino de Santiago Portuguese in just 8 days! Leisure rural hotels and hostels awaits you. This Portuguese Camino will impress you with the beautiful landscapes of Portugal and the tasty local food.

In WAW Travel we have different options for this Portuguese Camino so have a look!

 

Day 1: Arrival al Porto

The amazing city of Porto, such a way to start your Porto to Tui Camino! Discover the city, walk along the Douro river and get in love with the historical centre. During the night, we recommend you to rest before your Camino starts.

PORTO 1Day 2 Stage 1: Porto – Vilarinho 26 km 05:30h

First step on your Porto to Tui Camino adventure! Today you will say goodbye to Porto and start your way to the village of Vilarinho. It’s an easy and beautiful stage so take your time and enjoy your Camino!

In Vilarinho, you should take a walk around to see the magnificent stone houses in the village.

VILARINHODay 3 Stage 2: Vilarinho – Barcelos 27 km 5:45h

Beautiful stage with lots of greenfield views. Enjoy the Portuguese landscape in your Porto to Tui Camino and stop during your way to taste some local food with a nice portuguese beer.

You will walk along paved and country roads so it’s painless! Don’t forget to show off your adventure to your family and friends.

BALUGAESDay 4 Stage 3: Barcelos – Balugaes 17,1 km 3:30h

This stage runs through family gardens and country houses. Orange and lemon trees surround the area so it’s time to take some photos to make your socials cool! At the end of the day you will be in the middle of your Camino.

Have fun during your Porto to Tui Camino de Santiago and don’t forget to taste some different food in every stage, the Mediterranean food is delicious!

BALUGAES1Day  5 Stage 4: Balugaes – Ponte de Lima 17,4 km 3:40h

Today, in your Porto to Tui Camino, you will visit Ponte de Lima but first you have to walk for a while! Just follow the yellow arrows, the way is easy.

You will see along the way some typical Portuguese architecture in old and almost abandoned buildings, called “Pazos”. Halfway you should make a stop in a bar to recover energy for the rest of the stage.

Once in Ponte de Lima it’s time to find out more about the oldest city in Portugal by yourself!

Porto to Tui CaminoDay 6 Stage 5: Ponte de Lima – Rubiaes 17,4 km 3:40h

Time to leave the amazing Ponte de Lima city crossing the Ponte Velha medieval bridge above river Limia. Watch out! You will go uphill crossing Roman roads surrounded by lush vegetation today and it’s considered the hardest part of this adventure but nothing you cannot beat! Take your time to do this part and take some rest if needed, you have time!

Once in Rubiaes you have every service you could need so serve yourself to be prepared for the rest of your Porto to Tui Camino!

RUBIAESDay 7 Stage 6: Rubiaes – Tui 19,1 km 04:00h

Last day in your Porto to Tui Camino! You will not see a lot of beautiful landscapes today because the path crosses lots of villages but it’s perfect to know more about the Portuguese lifestyle and an excellent excuse to try out more Portuguese food!

You should make a stop in Valenca and go to see the stronghold, it’s worth seeing. Later you will be in Spain. If you think that Portuguese food is delicious you must taste the Spanish one! Don’t miss the chance to have a wonderful dinner to celebrate the end of your Camino.

BARCELOSDay 8: Departure

Time to say goodbye to your Porto to Tui Camino de Santiago! Or maybe… You can continue your adventure until reaching Santiago de Compostela! The decision is only yours but we can resolve any doubt you could have.

We have different options if the Camino Portuguese doesn’t fit you like Camino Francés or Camino del Norte.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover the beautiful hinterland of Portugal doing this Camino! Amazing landscapes and medieval villages awaits you.
  • This Porto to Tui Camino is part of the traditional one so you will walk the same paths as the pilgrims centuries ago.
  • Enjoy the spiritual part of the Camino, despite your faith, it’s a magic adventure that may connect your body and mind.
  • Two countries in just one trip. Visit Portugal and Spain in a few days and enjoy both cultures.
  • Taste the famous Mediterranean food cuisine from Portugal and Spain, everything is delicious!
  • You will walk around 20 km per day, so you will have time to rest and energy to enjoy the destinations.
  • We recommend hiking this route between April and October (included).
  • Accommodation is selected by location and the distance of the hikes.
  • Bed & breakfast.

What you will do

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Stage 1: Porto - Vilarinho 26 km 05:30h
Stage 1: Porto - Vilarinho 26 km 05:30h
First step on your Porto to Tui Camino adventure! Today you will say goodbye to Porto and start your way to the village of Vilarinho. It’s an easy and beautiful stage so take your time and enjoy your Camino!
In Vilarinho, you should take a walk around to see the magnificent stone houses in the village.
Stage 2: Vilarinho - Barcelos 27 km 5:45h
Stage 2: Vilarinho - Barcelos 27 km 5:45h
Beautiful stage with lots of greenfield views. Enjoy the Portuguese landscape in your Porto to Tui Camino and stop during your way to taste some local food with a nice portuguese beer.
You will walk along paved and country roads so it’s painless! Don’t forget to show off your adventure to your family and friends.
Stage 3: Barcelos - Balugaes 17,1 km 3:30h
Stage 3: Barcelos - Balugaes 17,1 km 3:30h
This stage runs through family gardens and country houses. Orange and lemon trees surround the area so it’s time to take some photos to make your socials cool! At the end of the day you will be in the middle of your Camino.
Have fun during your Porto to Tui Camino de Santiago and don’t forget to taste some different food in every stage, the Mediterranean food is delicious!
Stage 4: Balugaes - Ponte de Lima 17,4 km 3:40h
Stage 4: Balugaes - Ponte de Lima 17,4 km 3:40h
Today, in your Porto to Tui Camino, you will visit Ponte de Lima but first you have to walk for a while! Just follow the yellow arrows, the way is easy.
You will see along the way some typical Portuguese architecture in old and almost abandoned buildings, called “Pazos”. Halfway you should make a stop in a bar to recover energy for the rest of the stage.
Once in Ponte de Lima it’s time to find out more about the oldest city in Portugal by yourself!
Stage 5: Ponte de Lima - Rubiaes 17,4 km 3:40h
Stage 5: Ponte de Lima - Rubiaes 17,4 km 3:40h
Time to leave the amazing Ponte de Lima city crossing the Ponte Velha medieval bridge above river Limia. Watch out! You will go uphill crossing Roman roads surrounded by lush vegetation today and it's considered the hardest part of this adventure but nothing you cannot beat! Take your time to do this part and take some rest if needed, you have time!
Once in Rubiaes you have every service you could need so serve yourself to be prepared for the rest of your Porto to Tui Camino!
Stage 6: Rubiaes - Tui 19,1 km 04:00h
Stage 6: Rubiaes - Tui 19,1 km 04:00h
Last day in your Porto to Tui Camino! You will not see a lot of beautiful landscapes today because the path crosses lots of villages but it’s perfect to know more about the Portuguese lifestyle and an excellent excuse to try out more Portuguese food!
You should make a stop in Valenca and go to see the stronghold, it’s worth seeing. Later you will be in Spain. If you think that Portuguese food is delicious you must taste the Spanish one! Don't miss the chance to have a wonderful dinner to celebrate the end of your Camino.

Included/Excluded

  • Pilgrim passport.
  • Transfer from Porto airport to the city.
  • Rates are per person in shared rooms.
  • 7 nights in hotels and hostels with a private bathroom, breakfast included.
  • Luggage transport.
  • Flights.
  • Transfer Tui - Oporto.

Duration

5 – 7 hours

Languages

English
Espanol
Nederlands

Activity Types

Camino Santiago
Food & Nightlife
Sightseeing Tours
Walking

Activity's Location

FAQs

Where should I start?
If you are only interested in doing Porto to Tui Camino you should begin your journey in Porto because the airport has a lot of international flights.
Where do I sleep?
You will sleep in rural hotels and hostels along the way.
What do I carry with me?
You walk with your backpack. You will need good walking shoes and depending on the season you could need warm clothing to avoid the cold. But don’t forget some lightweight clothing and your flip flops to rest! During the day you need enough water, something to eat, sunscreen and a raincoat. Additionally you can take a walking stick but it’s not necessary.
What happens if I have an accident or something unforeseen happens?
You can contact us anytime 24/7. We will see how we can help you.

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