The way to Santiago de Compostela is an ancient pilgrimage route that provides unforgettable experiences to those who travel along it. A Pilgrimage is an act of faith. It is a Way and, as such, it presupposes an itinerary but it does not stop at that. It must be associated with an intention and an objective, nourishing the motivation and awakening inner search, thus bringing about spiritual enrichment.
The Portuguese Ways hold a special place among the pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela. The Portuguese Coastal Way is important as it brings pilgrims from the most westerly part of Portugal. Starting from Porto, it follows the coastline north. The Way then links up with the Way that comes via Tui. All these towns plays an important role in this pilgrim Way due to its location, its historical importance and the fact that many aspects of the Jacobean faith have been well preserved there.
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.
Arrival to Porto
The richness of its monumental and artistic patrimony, the Port Wine cellars, the many spots dedicated to leisure and culture are only some of the reasons that invite you to visit Porto. The hotel is located in Porto down-town, near the Douro river, in a walking distance of the famous wine cellars.
Overnight in Porto.
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