Camino Portugués

Description

  1. Name Camino Portugués
  2. Length of trail 632 km, 393 miles
  3. Length in days 25 days
  4. Start of trail Lisboa
  5. End of trail Santiago de Compostela
  6. Traildino grading MW, Moderate walk, backpacking trail
  7. Hut tour grading T1, Walk

Camino Portugués

Camino Portugués, Lisboa - Santiago de Compostela, 632 km, 25 days

There is a trail between Lisboa and Santiago de Compostela, and it is marked. The downside is that it closely follows the road, even if you do not walk on the roads themselves. So, from the point of view of a good hike, there may be better Ways of St. James.

Visit Traildino's overview page for the Way of Saint James / Camino de Santiago.

Select some tracks
Camiño Portugués de Santiago, 314km
Camiño Portugués Variante Espiritual, 40km

Opinions

Rate 7.0 | 1 vote | No 12. in Spain
  • Oranginas, hiking trails Europe April 2016
  • Rate 7
  • Positive a nice walk on quiet roads, by many villages, some eucalyptus forests, vineyards. This Camino route also passes many lovely rural villages
  • Negative A lot of asphalt or stone roads
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Books

The Book Depository
United Kingdom
De Zwerver
Netherlands
2014
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Maps

Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Santiago de Compostela
  • Topographic coverage of mainland Spain at 1:50,000 from the Centro Geográfico del Ejército, the country’s military survey organization. Contours are at 20m intervals, without additional relief shading but with graphics and/or colouring to show different types of terrain, vegetation or land use. Boundaries of national parks and other protected... Read more
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De Zwerver
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  • Wandelkaart Camino de Santiago in Spanje | CNIG
  • Een duidelijke overzichtskaart van Spanje en Portugal waarop alle pelgrimsroutes naar Santiago de Compostela - de Camino"s - staan ingetekend. Ideaal voor het uitkiezen en plannen van een langere wandelroute. Het is door de schaal niet een kaart die te gebruiken is als wandelkaart. Read more
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Walking holidays

Macs Adventure
United Kingdom
  • Camino Portugués: Stage 2: Santarém to Coimbra Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • Walk from the gothic city of Santarém through to the beautiful University town of Coimbra. The second stage of the Camino Portugués starts off with a day of relatively flat walking, but you are soon out amongst the rolling hills as the week progresses. This section has three of the most amazing cities on the trip, the gothic Santarém, the... Read more
Macs Adventure
United Kingdom
  • Camino Portugués: Stage 3: Coimbra to Porto Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • This section takes you to Coimbra and up to the northern capital of Porto. This section takes you from Coimbra up to the northern capital of Porto. During the course of the week you will walk through vineyards, valleys and woodlands as you head out towards the Atlantic coast before swinging round into the beautiful UNESCO city of Porto, where... Read more
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United Kingdom
  • Camino Portugués: Stage 4: Porto to Tui Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • This stage crosses the border from Portugal to Spain across the Minho river. On this trip you cross the border from Portugal into Spain when crossing the international bridge over the Minho river. During the course of the trip you will pass through a wide variety of landscapes, from the urban sprawl of Porto to rolling green hills and stretches... Read more
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United Kingdom
  • Camino Stage 5 - O'Cebreiro to Santiago Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • Stage 5 of the Camino, O'Cebreiro to Santiago 9 day and 8 night self guided walking holiday. Walk the last section of the Camino through rural Spain ending up in the fabulous city of Santiago de Compostela. A wonderful section of the walk and just enough mileage to gain your Compostela Certificate. This final stage passes through the sierra of... Read more
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  • Camino Portugués: Final Stage - Tui to Santiago Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • The final 110km of the Camino Portugués from Tui to Santiago. This section covers the last 100km of the route which is the minimum required to get your Compostela certificate in Santiago. It takes you through the friendly region of Galicia in Northern Spain until you reach your final destination, Santiago de Compostela. Following quiet country... Read more
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United Kingdom
  • Camino Portugués: Full Walk: Lisbon to Santiago Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • The full 611km of the Camino Portugués pilgrimage. Walk the full Camino Portugués from Lisbon to Santiago de Compostela, and enjoy a quieter Camino and a less travelled side of Portugal, but one which is no less inspiring. From the smells of cooking from the Churrascaria, the swell of emotion from your first sight of Santiago de Compostela,... Read more
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United Kingdom
  • Camino Portugués: Stage 1 & 2: Lisbon to Coimbra Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • Combine the first two sections of the Camino Portugués. Combining the first two sections of the Camino Portugués means that you are getting to visit many of Portugal’s most important, historic cities as well as walking through some of its most beautiful scenery through the ‘Garden of Portugal.’ The walking on these two sections is mainly flat,... Read more
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United Kingdom
  • Camino Portugués: Stage 1: Lisbon to Santarém Self Guided Walking Holiday
  • The first stage of the Camino Portugués - Lisbon to Santarém. This first stage of the Camino Portugués is relatively flat and easy going apart from the short climb up to Santarém at the very end of the section. Starting off in the vibrant city of Lisbon you walk north and eventually escape the urban sprawl to arrive in the ‘Garden of Portugal.’... Read more
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Forum

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  • Pedro Alves 2015-11-30 18:26:26
  • Portuguese way
  • There is an alternative Portuguese route that follows near the shore where you don't have to walk close to the roads and it's an excellent hike. Together with the French, the Portuguese way is one of the most beautiful. https://gaiabikers.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/caminho-central-portugues.jpg
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