CAMINO DE
SANTIAGO
The Portuguese Way
Roland From CaminoWays.com
Summary
• Introduction
• Practical information
• Passport & Compostela
• Refugios vs. Hotels
• Marking
• The Routes
• The ...
Map
The Company
www.caminoways.com
HQ: 16 Redmond’s Hill, Dublin 2
Also: Santiago, London, Lowell, Beauvais.
Services for you
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
• Weather
• How to get there
• Gear
• Safety
Passport & Compostela
Passport & Compostela
For people who have reached
Santiago:
 Walking 100km (From Tui)
 Cycling 200km (From Porto)
 Hors...
The Routes
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
• From Lisbon to Santiago de C.
• Portugal and Galicia
• 600km
• 30d walking
• 13d ...
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Refugio Pontevedra
• € = Donations €3 to €10
• First come first served
• Bunks bed of 10 to 100 people
Fire-station in Albergueria
Monasteries in Seixezelo
Hotel in Porto
Country Cottage in Fajorez
Country Hotel
Lusitanus in Golega
Refugios Vs. Hotels
Markings
Almost no markings from Lisbon to
PortoGood markings from Porto to Tui
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Lisbon
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(Camino Portuguese)
To
Santarem
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(Camino Portuguese)
Vila
franca de
xira
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Santarem
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(Camino Portuguese)
Santarem
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(Camino Portuguese)
Golega
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Castelo de
Almourol
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(Camino Portuguese)
To Tomar
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(Camino Portuguese)
Tomar
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Tomar’s
Templar
Castle &
Church
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(Camino Portuguese)
Coimbre
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Coimbre’s
University
Est. 1290
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
To Porto
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Porto
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(Camino Portuguese)
To Tui
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(Camino Portuguese)
To Tui
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(Camino Portuguese)
Arcos
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(Camino Portuguese)
To Tui
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(Camino Portuguese)
To Tui
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(Camino Portuguese)
Valencia to
Tui
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Tui
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(Camino Portuguese)
Tui
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(Camino Portuguese)
Oporrino
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(Camino Portuguese)
To Arcade
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(Camino Portuguese)
To
Pontevedra
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(Camino Portuguese)
To
Pontevedra
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(Camino Portuguese)
Caldas de
Reis
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Galicia
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(Camino Portuguese)
Galicia
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(Camino Portuguese)
Padron
Arcade
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Pulpo
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Santiago
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Santiago de
Compostela
The Portuguese Way
(Camino Portuguese)
Thank you!
info@caminoways.com
www.caminoways.com
16 Redmond’s Hill, Dublin 2
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The Portuguese Way (sp: Camino Portuguese) is a great option for pilgrims looking for a more rural experience on the Camino de Santiago. It starts in Lisbon, the Portuguese capital city and home of several UNESCO sites; and passes through Santarem (one of the last Moorish bastions in Portugal), Coimbra (with its 13th C. university - once the best in the world) and Porto (UNESCO World heritage site and home of Port wine). Along the Portuguese Way, you will travel along terraced fields, vineyards and sleepy villages.

The last 100km, starts in the border town of Tui, which has a beautiful historic centre and fortress facing its counter-part in Portugal on the other side of the river. See the full description of the Camino Portuguese Way and itinerary or the travel guide.

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  • Weather will differ from the starting point in Lisbon to Porto and SantiagioTo start fly to Lisbon for the first sections Porto for the last two sections – Ryan Air Santiago for last 100km Aer Lingus Gear Light boots not hiking boots – heavy – 1kg will add 4khs on upper body.
  • Passport – in the past, letter issued by your priest this enabled feed food and accommodation along the way! Cert can be issued in Latin for religious pilgrims or on English
  • Pontevedra – walking into Day 4 of the last 100km
  • Section 3 into Porto, not as many cafes and utilities along the way
  • Section 3 last town before Porto
  • Section 4 first stop after porto- cafes and utilities start to improve
  • 2nd section, riding school – traditional equestrian area
  • Hostels – Cannot book, good for budget travellers Hotels – Accommodation confirmed – luggage transferred – support and backup
  • Lisbon – Great climate, two unesco sites. First section along the river Tejo an area also known as the Garden of Portugal .
  • Getting more rural. But the way is not well marked and can be along national roads, a suggestion would be to cycle the first 3 sections to Porto.
  • Along the river, arrive in Vila F DE X along a national road. Known for Bull Fighting
  • Last day on this section onto the highest point – 110 metres, amazing views from the Citedal! Walk through vineyeards, groves of fruit trees and crops
  • Historic square with steps up to cathedral
  • Famous equestrian area, bull fighting from horse back. Lots of equestrian festivals
  • Medieval Castle on the Tagus River. Part of the defensive line controlled by the Knights Templar.
  • Historical City with the Praza de la Republica. Originally constructed by the Knight Templar. Centre for Portugal’s overseas expansion under Henry the Navigator
  • Lots of young people, energic city. Nations capital during the middle ages.
  • One of the oldest uni’s in Europe,
  • Weather getting a bit cooler, more farms and rustic appeal. Porto Unesco site
  • Second largest city in Portugal located on the Douro river. Lots of activities along the water front, typical narrow streets in the Historic centre. Fortified wine – Port originally made for long voyages and became popular in England as a way to drink wine.
  • The most popular last two sections of the Portuguese Way, The 4th section to Tui is more rural with climate changing giving the landscape greener field which we are used to. More underdeveloped old roads and roman bridges.
  • Walking through the fragrant Eucalyptus and Pine entering Arcos, this is the lodging we use through the door into the private vine yards
  • Some of the path is rough terraine
  • Changing countryside – what to expect for the rest of the walk
  • The boarder, Valencia on the Portugese side crossing the bridge entering Tui – the starting point fot the last 100km
  • View across boarders
  • Was briefly the capital of Galicia, the entry point from Po to Spain. 11th Centaury Cathedral with Romanesque and gothic elements,
  • Day 3 walking into Arcade on the coast, resort town on a spainish ford
  • 13 century church with view over the bay of Vigo
  • Padron is very important as it is the landing site for St James when he came to preach, and return headless in a stone boat. His remains we carried to Santiago to be entombed. You are walking in the footsteps.
  • Portuguese Way | CaminoWays.com

    1. 1. CAMINO DE SANTIAGO The Portuguese Way Roland From CaminoWays.com
    2. 2. Summary • Introduction • Practical information • Passport & Compostela • Refugios vs. Hotels • Marking • The Routes • The Portuguese Way
    3. 3. Map
    4. 4. The Company www.caminoways.com HQ: 16 Redmond’s Hill, Dublin 2 Also: Santiago, London, Lowell, Beauvais.
    5. 5. Services for you
    6. 6. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) • Weather • How to get there • Gear • Safety
    7. 7. Passport & Compostela
    8. 8. Passport & Compostela For people who have reached Santiago:  Walking 100km (From Tui)  Cycling 200km (From Porto)  Horse riding 200km (From Porto)
    9. 9. The Routes
    10. 10. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese)
    11. 11. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) • From Lisbon to Santiago de C. • Portugal and Galicia • 600km • 30d walking • 13d cycling • Socialising, Heritage, Culture, Food…
    12. 12. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese)
    13. 13. Refugio Pontevedra • € = Donations €3 to €10 • First come first served • Bunks bed of 10 to 100 people
    14. 14. Fire-station in Albergueria
    15. 15. Monasteries in Seixezelo
    16. 16. Hotel in Porto
    17. 17. Country Cottage in Fajorez
    18. 18. Country Hotel Lusitanus in Golega
    19. 19. Refugios Vs. Hotels
    20. 20. Markings Almost no markings from Lisbon to PortoGood markings from Porto to Tui
    21. 21. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Lisbon
    22. 22. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Santarem
    23. 23. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Vila franca de xira
    24. 24. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Santarem
    25. 25. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Santarem
    26. 26. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Golega
    27. 27. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Castelo de Almourol
    28. 28. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Tomar
    29. 29. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Tomar
    30. 30. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Tomar’s Templar Castle & Church
    31. 31. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Coimbre
    32. 32. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Coimbre’s University Est. 1290
    33. 33. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Porto
    34. 34. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Porto
    35. 35. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Tui
    36. 36. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Tui
    37. 37. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Arcos
    38. 38. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Tui
    39. 39. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Tui
    40. 40. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Valencia to Tui
    41. 41. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Tui
    42. 42. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Tui
    43. 43. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Oporrino
    44. 44. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Arcade
    45. 45. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Pontevedra
    46. 46. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) To Pontevedra
    47. 47. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Caldas de Reis
    48. 48. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Galicia
    49. 49. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Galicia
    50. 50. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Padron Arcade
    51. 51. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Pulpo
    52. 52. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Santiago
    53. 53. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Santiago de Compostela
    54. 54. The Portuguese Way (Camino Portuguese) Thank you! info@caminoways.com www.caminoways.com 16 Redmond’s Hill, Dublin 2
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