Gather a group of friends or family and live a unique experience without any worry! You choose the dates and we take care of the rest.
Discover the magnetism of the Portuguese Camino of Santiago, on a journey of seven days between the oldest town in Portugal, Ponte de Lima or from Valença do Minho and the UNESCO word heritage town of Santiago de Compostela.
Through the farmlands and small towns and villages, that are linked to the “Camino de Santiago”, this is an unforgettable itinerary with more than 12 centuries of history.
Our service, fully adaptable, is the ideal solution for those who want to travel with the comfort and convenience of a support vehicle and an expert guide.
In the centre of a rich farming region, where the famous vinho verde is produced, Ponte de Lima is the oldest town of Portugal. Start your journey by crossing the Roman bridge that gave its name to this very ancient and very beautiful town, which received its first charter in 1125.
Standing on the border with Spain and overlooking the River Minho, Valença is surrounded by walls from the seventeenth century. From Valença you will walk the last 100 km of the Portuguese Camino.
You would like to do Camino de Santiago in group, with the support of an expert guide and comfort of a support vehicle, but you cannot gather a group of friends? Do not worry! Portugal Green Walks organizes two annual group pilgrimages in which you can participate.
There are other start points?
You can start the Camino de Santiago in other places, such as Porto, Barcelos, and Tuy – Contact us for rates and availability – email@example.com
The accommodation will be in hotels, hostels and rural tourism, as near as possible to the “Caminho”. The accommodation is simple but comfortable and individually inspected by our team. We never offer accommodation in “Albergues”.
How to book a program?
To book our programs please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the number of persons, date of departure and the services you want to hire.
Can I choose another itinerary?
Yes. Please contact us – email@example.com – to learn about our other options.
What is the best time of year to follow the Camino?
The “Caminho de Santiago” can be walked at any time of year, but the recommended months are: March, April, May, June, September and October. We do not recommend attempting the Caminho between 15 July and 31 August, because the higher temperatures are not appropriate for long walks.
Still have any question?
Contact us – firstname.lastname@example.org – our experienced staff will be happy to answer all your questions.