Whilst growing in popularity this route is much quieter than the Camino Francés and passes though small hamlets, quiet country lanes, forests, coasts and beautiful old towns and cities as Ponte de Lima, Tui and Pontevedra. We meet in Porto, one of Portugal’s most famous cities and makes for a spectacular
start to our journey. From there we head up to Ponte de Lima where we start our Camino in Portugal and a few days later enter Spain by crossing the international bridge of the Rio Mihno. We walk 155 kilometres over 2 beautiful countries which means you can request your Compostela, or certificate of completion, when we reach Santiago de Compostela!