Individual guided

Camino de Santiago

Braga – Santiago

Instead of beginning your Camino in Porto, why not set off from the beautiful Minho city of Braga? Walk through gorgeous countryside to join the central Way in Ponte de
Camino de Santiago

Caminha – Santiago

A scenic ferry ride takes you from the beautiful riverside town of Caminha to the rugged Galician coastline. Enjoy beautiful Baiona’s beaches and architecture before continuing your journey inland. Your
Camino de Santiago

Camino in Country INNS

Maximise your experience of the Portuguese and Galician countryside by staying overnight in cosy rural inns instead of hotels. Enjoy traditional home-cooked meals and outstanding hospitality. You’ll have the opportunity
fatima way

Fatima Way

Fatima is the most important pilgrimage site in Portugal, where the Ways meet with unbounded spirituality. It is a place of coming together and of sharing, where the Ways intersect
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French Camino

The French Camino de Santiago is one of the most popular and traditional pilgrimage routes to the tomb of the Apostle Saint James. Portugal Green Walks does not organise programmes
Portuguese Way

Porto – Santiago

Spend an unforgettable two weeks walking through stunning Portuguese and Galician countryside and villages and exploring fascinating historical towns and cities between two World Heritage cities. You’ll have the opportunity
Cycling the Camino

Porto – Santiago – Cycling

Cycle your Way along country lanes and tracks through forests and farmland, interspersed with historical towns and cities and opportunities to sample the best of Portuguese and Galician cuisine. On
Camino de Santiago

Porto – Santiago (Coastal way)

Walk along sandy beaches and through historical coastal towns of northern Portugal, the rugged Galician coastline and beautiful beaches of Baiona before joining the central Camino in Redondela. After visiting
Camino

Porto – Santiago (Coastal Way) – Cycling

Enjoy a blend of beaches, gorgeous green countryside, traditional villages and historical towns as you alternate between the Portuguese and Galician coast and inland areas. Cycling the Coastal Portuguese Way
Camino

Porto – Tui – Santiago

Combine sandy Portuguese beaches with the greenery of its countryside by walking alongside the spectacular River Minho to join the central route in the fortress town of Valença. You’ll have