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Camino Portugués: Full Walk: Lisbon to Santiago

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Camino Portugués: Full Walk: Lisbon to Santiago

  • Walk the full Camino Portugués from Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela
  • Discovering the historical towns that form the backbone of the route
  • Enjoying a Pastel de Nata and coffee in Coimbra
  • Sipping ruby port in the UNESCO heritage city of Porto
  • Completing a unique and rewarding journey and gaining your Compostela in Santiago
Walk the full Camino Portugués from Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela, and enjoy a less travelled side of Portugal, but one which is no less inspiring and rich in cultural and architectural heritage. From the smells of cooking from the Churrascaria, the swell of emotion from your first sight of Santiago de Compostela, and the warmth and friendliness of the local people, you can be sure that this Camino will make a lasting impression.


Day 1: Arrive Lisbon and overnight Day 2: Walk to Santa iria de Azoia 16.5 miles / 26.5 km Day 3: Walk to Vila Franca de Xira 9.2 miles / 14.8 km Day 4: Walk to Azambuja 12.5 miles / 20 km Day 5: Walk to Santarém 20 miles / 32 km Day 6: Walk to Golega 20.5 miles / 33 km Day 7: Walk to Tomar 19 miles / 30.5 km Day 8: Walk to Alvaiazere 20 miles / 32 km Day 9: Walk to Alvorge 16 miles / 25.5 km Day 10: Walk to Conimbriga (Overnight Condexia) 13 miles / 20.5 km Day 11: Walk to Coimbra  11.3 miles / 18.2 km Day 12: Additional night in Coimbra Day 13: Walk to Mealhada 14.3 miles / 23 km Day 14: Walk to Agueda 16.8 miles / 27 km Day 15: Walk to Albergaria a Velha and transfer to Agueda 10.3 miles / 16.6 km Day 16: Transfer to Albergaria and Walk to Oliveira de Azemeis  13 miles / 21 km Day 17: Walk to Malaposta 10.7 miles / 17.3 km Day 18: Walk to Porto  20.2 miles / 32.5 km Day 19: Additinal night in Porto Day 20: Walk to Vilar do Pinheiro (transfer to Arcos for overnight) 10.3 miles / 16.6 km Day 21: Transfer back to Vilar do Pinheiro and walk to Arcos 14 miles / 22.5 km Day 22: Walk to Barcelos 13 miles / 20.8 km Day 23: Walk to Ponte de Lima 22.4 miles / 36 km Day 24: Walk to Pecene 13.7 miles / 22 km Day 25: Walk to Tui  10 miles / 16 km Day 26: Walk to O Porrino (transfer to Tui for overnight)  10.7 miles / 17.2 km Day 27: Transfer back to O Porrino and walk to Arcade 14.6 miles / 23.5 km Day 28: Walk to Pontevedra 8.3 miles / 13.4 km Day 29: Walk to Caldas de Reis  13.7 miles / 22 km Day 30: Walk to Padron 12 miles / 19 km Day 31: Walk to Santiago de Compostela 16 miles / 26 km Day 32: Additional Night in Santiago Day 33: Onward Travel from Santiago

This trip has a carbon score of 15kg per person per night, meaning it’s one of our best trips! For comparison, a carbon count of 15kg is equivalent to 4.5 cheeseburgers. Here at Macs, we pride ourselves on being a responsible travel company and continue to adopt, develop and innovate ways to positively impact the environment. Find out more information on how we've carbon counted our trips.


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