Camino de Santiago Routes

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Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela from Porto

Walk the ancient pilgrim route of the Portuguese Camino de Santiago.

The Portuguese Camino de Santiago has been one of the main pilgrim routes to Santiago for centuries. Set out on a journey of discovery, not only of the country but of yourself as you follow in the footsteps of countless pilgrims and walkers.

The long days of walking are physically and mentally challenging and rewarding, but there’s no need to punish yourself by carrying all your gear or sleeping in overcrowded smelly dormitories.

We include luggage transfers, and 4-star hotels make the challenge enjoyable. The Roadbook contains all the tips and information you need to follow the Camino easily.

What is the Camino de Santiago?
Camino de Santiago means in English “The Way of Saint James.” It is the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia (Spain). Accord to the legend, this cathedral has the remains of Jesus’s apostle Saint James, the Elder. The Camino has existed as a Christian pilgrimage for well over 1,000 years. Throughout the medieval period, it was one of the three most important Christian pilgrimages undertaken.