Spend 2 weeks holidays crossing 2 countries on foot and discovering new cultures. Book our tour from Oporto and walk to Santiago de Compostela. Ready for the challenge?


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Take 14 days Camino and Walk from Porto to Santiago de Compostela. Book your tour now!

Walk from Portugal to Spain and find out 2 distinct cultures and countries, it’s like a two in one trip! Start within the legendary Portuguese city of Oporto and head straight to the North of Portugal.

Discover the country’s unique Minho region, best-known for its ‘green’ wines. You will then spend the second part of the trip living the legendary Spanish culture. Go and discover the world of tapas and delicious sea-food as you walk in tranquillity through peaceful rural villages.


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Accommodation Level:
1-2 Star Inns: 1,175€ *
2-3 Star Inns: 1,595€ *

Every day between:
April 1st – October 21st, 2018
March 23rd – October 24th, 2019

Average Daily Distance:
23km – 5 to 7 hours


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Tour’s Programs

- 13 nights accommodation
- All breakfasts
- Luggage transfers
- Return transport, Santiago de Compostela-Porto
- Pilgrims Passport (1 per person)
- Access to a 24-hour helpline
- Personalized electronic guidebook which includes:
daily route notes, elevation profiles & itinerary overview.
- informative notes and videos of sites of interest
restaurant reviews and suggestions
- Camino trail map & GPS locations of sites of interest
- Essential services locator (banks, pharmacies, water, etc)
-Food menu translator
-Common Spanish phrasebook
-Tips for how to prepare & train for the Camino
-First aid & emergency situation tips
- Personal expenses
- Meals outside of breakfasts
- Data and phone plan for electronic devices
- Potential taxi services to shorten days
- Electronic Device. Rental available on demand at extra cost
- Flights
- Travel insurance
- Museum entrances & other paid visits
Arrival at Porto Airport and transfer to your lodging for the night, a 30-minute journey.
After checking into your lodge for the evening, you can choose to either sit back and relax or opt for a stroll around this town.
Take a day to get over jetlag, get your bearings and discover Porto which is filled with interesting sites. In fact, its historical centre was decreed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
Porto is a large city with a sprawling urban area, we avoid it all with a quick 20 minute transfer by car to Vilar de Pinheiro. The terrain is mainly gentle rolling farm lands, passing the medieval bridge of Don Zameiro on our way to Arcos.
A lovely day amidst Portugal’s rural lands mixed with eucalyptus forests. The day ends at the impressive city of Barcelos, where you’ll discover the origins of the country’s famous symbol, the rooster.
Today, things start to get more serious, as there are few villages passed and it is a rather lengthy day. The good news is that the entire day is spent in quiet, serene Portuguese farmlands and forests. The day ends in Ponte de Lima. Founded in 1125, it is one of Portugal’s oldest cities and the site of an ancient Roman settlement. Its long stone bridge is further testament of their presence.
First real challenging day in terms of climbing as you’ll pass the Portela Grande, located at 410m in altitude. You are rewarded with great views of the valley below from the top of this pass. We end today’s walk in the quaint little hamlet of Agualonga (“long waters”).
One last day to enjoy the Portuguese countryside and culture. Crossing the Rio Minho at the end of the day, we say goodbye to Portugal and enter Spain. Valença do Minho, on the border with Spain, is a beautiful Portuguese fortress town built solely for military purposes in the 12th century.
You’ll spend most of the day in the quiet Spanish countryside, discovering the peacefulness of rural Galicia. A physically challenging day in distance but rewarding.
Passing the occasional beach makes this day a perfect blend of coastal and rural walking. Stopping in Pontevedra allows to visit some the city’s impressive sanctuaries.
Another peaceful day in the countryside, we pass the impressive historical site of the Puente del Burgo and finish at the legendary hot springs of Caldas de Reis.
As you get closer to Santiago, you start walking through more and more Eucalyptus treed forests. The aroma is delightful as is the rest of the trail. The village of Padron is where the boat carrying St-James’ remains landed.
A little more hills as we walk the final miles into Santiago. There is tons to see and do, on top of enjoying the fulfillment of reaching your destination so take full advantage of the city’s sites!
A well-deserved rest day in Santiago de Compostela. Take this time to pick-up your certificate of completion at the Pilgrim’s office and attend the midday mass and see the legendary Botafumeiro in action.

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