Camino Portugues

Experience real Portugal and Spain on the Camino Portugués and soak up the culture of this quieter rural area. Starting in the historic city of Lisbon explore the many UNESCO sites as you journey through historic cities, vineyards, valleys and woodlands. A Portuguese Camino would not be complete without sampling the famous Port wine in the UNESCO heritage city of Porto.

From Porto, choose to walk the Traditional Camino Portugués route or the scenic coastal route to Santiago de Compostela. We have a range of itineraries to choose from should you wish to take on the challenge of the Full Camino Portugués from Lisbon or a just a section of this alternative to the famous Camino Frances.

Blog Articles

  • Which Camino route is the one for you?

    There are many different routes to Santiago de Compostela. Some are quiet, some are wild, some are only a week long and some are over a month. In this video we discuss the various options open to you to help you figure out which of the Caminos is the right one for you, so that you can get your boots on and get walking, confident that you have chosen the Camino that suits you perfectly.

  • What is a Camino?

    The word Camino is one that you will have heard before, but what actually is a Camino and how is it different from a regular walking holiday? In this video we cover the history and some of the key facts of walking a Camino, so that you are clearer on what it involves and might fancy taking one on yourself.