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  • Portuguese Coastal Camino – The final 100kms

    Beginning in Baiona, Spain, this eight-day pilgrimage is the perfect taste of the Portuguese Way, also known as the ‘Friendly Way’. The 110-kilometre journey will see you walking the Camino alongside golden beaches and through Galicia’s serene, enchanted forests, eventually joining pilgrims from all over the world as they arrive at Santiago de Compostela’s famous…

  • Cycling the Portuguese Way

    Cycle the full length of the Portuguese Way from the cultured streets of Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela. Follow Portugal’s winding rivers and green valleys through to the verdant landscapes of Galicia, taking in cities like the medieval Ribeira of Porto and historic Coimbra along the way.

  • Cycling the Portuguese Way

    Ready for a cycling pilgrimage that you’ll remember forever? Spend eight days riding the Portuguese Way from Porto to Santiago de Compostela, soaking up the food, culture and landscapes that make this part of the world so special. Featuring cosy accommodations, traditional meals and plenty of local wine, this journey is a must-do for any…

  • Portuguese Way with Spiritual Variant

    Take the path infinitely less travelled and mix things up along the Portuguese Way. This detour between Pontevedra and Padron is known as the Spiritual Variant and sees you deviate to catch a boat along the same waterway that delivered the body of St James to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. It’s a unique pilgrim…

  • Portugal Coastal Camino as a Family

    Beginning in Baiona, Spain, this eight-day pilgrimage is the perfect taste of the Portuguese Way, also known as the ‘Friendly Way’. With plenty of beautiful swimming beaches and fascinating historical sights and cultural interactions, it’s a great way to get the family outdoors on a holiday together. And it’s very likely, the kids may just…

  • Wine & Walking in the Douro Valley

    We’re combining two of our favourite things – walking and wine – in one of Europe’s most beautiful regions, Portugal’s spectacular Douro Valley. This guided holiday begins and ends in the charming city of Porto, the perfect place to be introduced to the Portuguese culture and will see you exploring the wineries and trails of…

  • Portuguese Inland Way – The final 100kms

    Beginning just over 100 kilometres shy of Santiago, in the town of Tui, this 8-day pilgrimage follows the final leg of the Camino Portuguese, also known as the ‘Friendly Way’.

  • Portuguese Inland Way

    Follow the inland variant of the Portuguese Way from Porto to Santiago de Compostela, taking in historic towns, flowing rivers and pristine forests as you go.

  • Portuguese Inland Way

    Follow in the centuries-old footsteps of pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago through Portugal, beginning in unforgettable Lisbon and finishing outside the famous Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

  • Portuguese Coastal Way

    Walk the full Portuguese Way from the cultured cobblestones of Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela’s revered cathedral. Along the way you’ll see the rural villages of Portugal and Spain as well as Porto – yes, the home of port wine – and Coimbra, Portugal’s most magical university town.