The Portuguese Way commences in Valenca on the Portuguese side of the Minho river, which borders Spain. Pilgrims cross the stunning regions of northern Portugal and Galicia enjoying the warm hospitality of the people of these regions. It truly is a culturally, gastronomically and architecturally rich experience.

Along the Way, you will experience a culture developed over thousands of years, historical influences, gastronomic delights and a rich history of wine.

Join fellow pilgrims from all walks and life and nationalities as they embark on this great adventure.

DEPARTURE LOCATION Valenca
INCLUDED IN SELF-GUIDED
Dedicated support person Emergency contact list
Accommodation Spanish phrase book
Luggage transfer daily (1 bag) Waterproof map
Pilgrim’s Passport Daily luggage tags
Camino walking guide Pre-trip briefings
Hotel location map
INCLUDED IN GUIDED
Dedicated support person Pilgrim’s Passport
Accommodation Camino walking guide
24 hour concierge Hotel location map
Support vehicle Emergency contact list
Daily breakfast and dinner Spanish phrase book
Airport transfers Daily luggage tags
Luggage transfer daily (1 bag) Pre-trip briefings
NOT INCLUDED
Airfares
Single supplement
Travel insurance
PRICING
From A$1,080 pp (twin share) for Self-Guided Treks
POA for Guided Treks
All prices quoted in Australian dollars
Subject to exchange rate fluctuations

It is mandatory to have your own full travel insurance cover for the entire period of your Adventure Camino trek.

We require a deposit of 50% to confirm your booking.

1

Day 1: Departure

Valenca
2

Day 2

Valenca – Porrino (Approx 18km)
3

Day 3

Porrino – Redondela (Approx 15km)
4

Day 4

Redondela – Pontevedra (Approx 18km)
5

Day 5

Pontevedra – Caldas de Reis (Approx 23km)
6

Day 6

Caldas de Reis – Padron (Approx 18km)
7

Day 7

Padron – Santiago (Approx 23km)
8

Day 8

Santiago – Depart

Drink bottle

Alarm clock

Hat or cap with a brim

Sunscreen

Bourdon or hiking pole

Footwear: Lightweight trekking boots for hiking and comfortable shoes for other times

Backpack: Lightweight frame, height adjustable (approx 35 and 50 litres)

Clothing: Lightweight, breathable clothing, poncho or raincoat and, in winter, beany, scarf and gloves

Sleeping bag to suit the season

Basic medicine kit: Panadol, scissors, bandaids, gauze, tweezers and adhesive tape

Headlamp for night

Earplugs

Pillowcases

Laundry detergent

Tissues and toilet paper

Departure Dates of The Portuguese Way – 8 Day Self-Guided Treks during 2019

 

1

Trek 1:

10 April 2019
2

Trek 2:

24 April 2019

3

Trek 3

8 May 2019
4

Trek 4

10 May 2019

4

Trek 5

22 May 2019

5

Trek 6

12 June 2019
6

Trek 7

26 June 2019
7

Trek 8

10 July 2019
8

Trek 9

24 July 2019
9

Trek 10

7 August 2019

10

Trek 11

21 August 2019

11

Trek 12

11 September 2019

12

Trek 13

25 September 2019

13

Trek 14

9 October 2019

14

Trek 15

23 October 2019

Camino de Santiago from Portugal
Porto, Douro River with traditional Rabelo boats