If you’d rather take your time over your Camino de Santiago and enjoy your surroundings, our Easy Camino is designed with you in mind. Stage lengths range from 7 to 18 kilometres (4.3 to 11.2 miles) per day so that you will have time and energy to explore the places you visit instead of punishing yourself with a more demanding itinerary.

Setting off from the medieval border town of Tui, you will cover the distance required to qualify for your pilgrim passport (compostela). The 116 km journey is divided into 9 walking days that take you through gorgeous forests, fields and villages in the Galician countryside as well as interesting towns and cities such as Pontevedra, the spa town of Caldas de Reis and Padrón, where the boat bearing St. James’ body is said to have come ashore. Santiago de Compostela itself is a joy to explore, not only for the iconic cathedral but also its ancient streets.

Opportunities to sample delicious local fare abound and you’ll discover the joys of tapas served with all manner of drinks, fresh tortilla, succulent seafood and Padrón peppers.

DURATION 11 days – 10 nights
DISTANCE 115 km in 9 stages
AVAILABILITY March to November
10 Nights of accommodation with breakfast
Luggage transfers between hotels (1 bag per person – Max. 15 kg/bag)
24/7 emergency support
Pilgrim kit: passport (credencial) and shell (vieira)
Roadbook of the Way with tips and information (in English)
International flights, arrival and departure transfers, meals (where not listed as included in the itinerary),optional additional tours or activities during free time, tips and items of a personal nature
PRICES Per person in double bedroom: 730 euros
EXTRAS Supplement for single accommodationt: 310 euros
Half-board Supplement (8 dinners): 190 euros
Upgrade for 4, 5* Hotels and Paradores available


– We are a local company, so there are no intermediaries when booking through us. Our goal is get you the best price/quality possible and give you all the necessary local support
– The hotels in our programs are regularly inspected by our team and have been carefully selected for their location and comfort. All our handpicked hotels have en suite accommodation

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Meeting with a member of our team for a briefing and to collect the documentation.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 1: Tui – Porrino (17 km / 280 m)

Begin your Easy Camino in the picturesque medieval town of Tui and walk through some outlying villages into charming woodland. Using a detour to avoid Porriño’s industrial zone you will spend most of the day surrounded by greenery and birdsong.
Accommodation: 2* Hotel

Stage 2: Porriño – Redondela (15 km / 306 m)

Start the day by walking through a series of villages as you climb steadily to the Chan das Pipas pine forest. Views of the Ria de Vigo estuary accompany your descent into Redondela, famous for its two viaducts and church of St. James.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 3: Redondela - Arcade (7 km / 236 m)

This is the shortest walking day of your Camino, leaving you with ample time to enjoy the river beach and fresh oysters in Arcade, even if you have a lazy start to the day.
Accommodation: 2* Hotel

Stage 4: Arcade – Pontevedra (13 km / 293 m)

This particularly pleasant stage follows ancient stone paths through woodland and pretty countryside with a recommended riverside detour to the charismatic centre of Pontevedra with squares and tapas bars aplenty.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 5: Pontevedra – San Mauro (10 km / 257 m)

Exchange the lively city for yet more quiet country lanes and the ancient Roman road. Enjoy the shade of a pleasant section of woodland before ending the day’s walk. Transfer back to Pontevedra for the night.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 6: San Mauro - Caldas de Reis (12 km / 138 m)

Pick up your Camino where you left off the day before to head downhill, past fields and vineyards and numerous stone crosses to the thermal waters awaiting you in the ancient spa town of Caldas de Reis.
Accommodation: 2* Hotel

Stage 7: Caldas de Reis – Padron (19 km / 388 m)

Start with a gentle climb through attractive countryside, punctuated by hamlets and churches and shaded in part by the Valga forest. End the day in Padrón’s historical centre and discover where St. James is originally said to have been buried.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 8: Padron – Teo (11 km / 202 m)

See the beautiful carvings on the Romanesque church of Iria Flavia shortly after leaving Padrón and walk through more villages and woodland to reach the ancient oak grove and stone cross in Parada da Francos.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 9: Teo – Santiago de Compostela (13 km / 371 m)

The first part of this final stage passes through delightful woodland. Once in the Santiago suburbs, you’ll see the cathedral and city in the distance. Descend through hamlets to cross the River Sar before the steady climb towards your destination.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel


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Portuguese Way - Camino de Santiago
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Portuguese Way - Camino de Santiago
Portuguese Way - Camino de Santiago
Portuguese Way - Camino de Santiago
Portuguese Way - Camino de Santiago
Portuguese Way - Camino de Santiago