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Self-guided Way to Santiago de Compostela

  • Way to Santiago
  • Way to Santiago
  • Way to Santiago
  • Way to Santiago

The Portuguese Way (Camino portugues) was the route chosen by several Pilgrims going to Santiago, at least from the beginning of the 14th century. This is well evidenced in the numerous reports kept in the Compostela Archives and in the known references to its most distinguished Pilgrims: Santa Isabel, Queen of Portugal, Leon of Rotzmithal, Jerome Münzer, King Manuel, Confalonieri, Albani and probably also St. Francis of Assissi, Blessed Francisco Pacheco and many other eminent Pilgrims not chronicled.
In effect, after the completion of the Barcelos Bridge in 1325 and the renovations to the one at Ponte de Lima at the same time, it was possible to follow a straight route. Rates, Barcelos, Ponte de Lima, Valença, Tuy, Redondela, Pontevedra and Caldas de Reis defined the new medieval route from Oporto to Santiago, in common with the ancient Roman military via.

What is a Self-guided Tour?

Self-Guided Tour is the best option for independent travellers where you navigates the route oneself. We provide all the information: suggestions, maps, instructions, directions, and items to see or do during self-guided tours.
Each of our self-guided tour is a complete and affordable vacation, tailored specifically for independent travelers who demand exceptional value and flexibility.
Our self-guided tours offer the same quality, style, service and comforts of typical guided trips. The only difference is that with self-guided... you are the guide!

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